Category Archives: winnipeg

Manitoba students last in Canada in science and math, second last in reading | CBC News

Results show Manitoba doing worse in all three categories than in previous years Kristin Annable · CBC News · Posted: Dec 03, 2019 The PISA 2018 assessment tests the capabilities of 15-year-olds in reading, math and science literacy through a … Continue reading

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Winnipeg Police Closing Regional Stations

Nov 29 2019 – Concerned Citizens The WPS budget is now over $300,000,000 or 27% of entire City budget with ovet 85% of that going to salaries, pension and other benefits. So due to their incompetence, fiscal mismanagement and worse … Continue reading

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Province reviewing photo radar use, effect on road safety – Winnipeg Free Press

The probe will examine all aspects of photo enforcement, including whether it’s meeting the stated objective of reducing collision and injuries. (Boris Minkevich / Free Press files) By: Jessica Botelho-Urbanski Posted: 11/13/2019 6:46 PM https://www.winnipegfreepress.com/local/province-reviewing-photo-radar-use-effect-on-road-safety-564889052.html Archive The province is putting … Continue reading

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Winnipeg film dives into meth crisis with a look at those suffering

Nov 6 2019 – Winnipeg Sun, CJOB, Concerned Citizens To understand the methamphetamine crisis in Winnipeg is to understand the people who are suffering and dealing with the drug riddled plague. Winnipeg filmmaker Rodney Bodner, 47, has spent the last … Continue reading

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Winnipeg property appraiser claims city targeted him, clients for ‘economic injury’

Manitoba Rocky Neufeld alleges his success at tax appeals led city to penalize his clients Bartley Kives – CBC News Posted: October 30, 2019 – CBC Winnipeg City Hall Winnipeg’s chief financial officer, top tax assessor and other officials are … Continue reading

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Cash for needle returns? Homeless Winnipegger says incentives, help from city could clean up camps

© Provided by Canadian Broadcasting Corporation Raymond Dunn lives in a tent in a neatly kept area behind Balmoral Hall, a private girls’ school a short walk from a homeless encampment along the Assiniboine River. Raymond Dunn lives in a … Continue reading

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Tech giants and others are Reading License Plates

Google And Facebook Are Reading Your License Plates https://jalopnik.com/google-is-reading-your-license-plates-1839259494 Some police, public or third party for profit traffic or parking photo enforcement partners, public auto insurance providers and others are also using OCR and automatic license plate readers (ALPR’s). In … Continue reading

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