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Manitoba Homicide Suspect On The Run Almost Made It Across Ontario Before He Got Caught

He evaded arrest for almost a week and over 2,000 kilometres.

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 On Day 6 Of A Manhunt For An 'Armed & Dangerous' Suspected Killer

Manitoba RCMP are warning citizens to expect heavy police presence.

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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Maxime Bernier Has Been Arrested At A Freedom Rally In Manitoba (VIDEO)

The People's Party of Canada leader was apparently arrested for "attending rallies with supporters."

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 Starting Canada’s First Vaccine Lottery & They’re Dishing Out $1.4M in Prizes

Any resident 12 or older who gets a dose is automatically eligible!

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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Trudeau Says He's In Talks With Manitoba To Help Them 'Fight This Third Wave'

Manitoba has the highest COVID-19 case rate in Canada.

Due to increasing COVID-19 cases in Manitoba, the province has recently pulled ahead with the highest case rates in the country.

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau issued a tweet on Friday, May 21, to share that he spoke with Premier Brian Pallister this morning. "We spoke about the current COVID-19 numbers in Manitoba and the steps we're taking together to beat this virus - and I let him know the federal government will work with the province on additional support to keep people safe," Trudeau wrote.

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Manitoba Has Officially Pulled Ahead As Canada's Leader In COVID-19 Case Rates

Manitoba and Alberta are leading the country by a landslide.

While Alberta has been leading the country in COVID-19 case rates, another province has just pulled ahead. The COVID-19 situation in Manitoba has led the region to surpass Alberta and become the province with the highest per capita cases as of Sunday, May 16.

Case rates are based on the number of cases per 100,000 people. Over the past seven days, Alberta's case rate was 230 whereas Manitoba's was 232. In comparison, Ontario's rate over the past week was 115 and Quebec's was only 60.

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