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The two victims of a violent attack in Winnipeg on Canada Day recently arrived in the country as refugees from Ukraine, according to new reports.

On July 1, one man was stabbed and another was pepper-sprayed in an incident that took place at The Forks as Canada Day celebrations were drawing to a close.

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The identities of the four people who were found dead at the Canada-U.S. border have been confirmed to be a family from India between the ages of 3 and 39 years old.

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After two adults, a teenager and an infant were found dead at the Canada-U.S. border by Manitoba RCMP, a Florida man has been arrested and charged in the U.S. with human smuggling.

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Manitoba RCMP has confirmed that a group of people, including a teenager and an infant, have been found dead at the Canada-U.S. border.

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A rare weather phenomenon has transformed a Canadian lake into thousands of slush balls.

As frigid temperatures hit, rather than Lake Manitoba turning into a flat, frozen surface which is typically expected through the winter months, it looked more like someone has spilled thousands of frozen Timbits.

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A winter storm has been causing all kinds of havoc across the Prairies recently, and this seriously Canadian TikTok has captured what might be the most perfect snippet of what life is like for Canucks during the cold months.

"You know it's bad when..." said the video from PaPamPaM (@maaanduuuu on TikTok) on Monday, November 15.

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An 18-year-old has been arrested by RCMP for allegedly "swatting" schools in the U.S. after 911 calls were made with someone claiming to be inside a school with a firearm.

In August, Manitoba RCMP's East District Crime Reduction Enforcement Support Team received a request to assist law enforcement agencies in the U.S., including the Tennessee Bureau of Investigation, the North Carolina State Bureau of Investigation and Homeland Security Investigations, with two swatting incidents in Tennessee and two in North Carolina.

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Election campaigns can get pretty wild so nobody would fault you if you saw this TikTok and thought Austin Powers was running in the 2021 Canadian federal election with the slogan "make Canada groovy again."

Darcy Tiderman posted a video on TikTok of his Winnipeg neighbourhood and the mock campaign sign he had created for the made-up International Man of Mystery party candidate, which he placed on his lawn. Narcity spoke with him to get all the details about his hilarious contribution to the election.

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Manitoba RCMP announced that Eric Wildman, a suspect in a homicide case, has been caught in Ontario.

On Twitter, police said that Wildman was taken into custody by Ontario Provincial Police at around 5:30 a.m. CT on June 18. He was apprehended at a residence just outside of Belleville, which is about two hours east of Toronto.

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Manitoba RCMP are continuing their six-day search for 34-year-old Eric Wildman, a suspect in a homicide who is considered "armed and dangerous."

Police have been searching for Wildman since June 12, when they tweeted that he could have information regarding the disappearance of 40-year-old Clifford Joseph, who was reported missing on June 7.

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On Friday, June 11, Maxime Bernier, the leader of the People's Party of Canada, was reportedly arrested after leaving a freedom rally in Manitoba.

CBC News reported that the politician had gotten into his vehicle after the rally when he was approached by RCMP officers and taken into police custody.

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Manitoba is setting up the first vaccine lottery in Canada and the province is handing out nearly $2 million in cash prizes and scholarships.

Manitoba Premier Brian Pallister and Manny Atwal, president of Manitoba Liquor & Lotteries, announced on June 9 that the province would hold two draws with a total of $1.4 million in prizes up for grabs.

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