Haki Sefa’s van after he was stopped by members of the Winnipeg Police Service near Birds Hill Sept. 20, 2015. A report issued by the province’s Independent Investigation Unit cleared three WPS officers who fired their weapons after Sefa got out of his van. The report said Sefa was armed. (File photo)

Sefa shooting

The Independent Investigation Unit of Manitoba has cleared the Winnipeg Police Service for their role in the fatal shooting of Haki Sefa near Birds Hi

Dawgs split games

The Arborg Ice Dawgs hosted the Selkirk Fishermen in a KJHL Central-Southern match-up at the Arborg-Bifrost Arena Jan. 13.

Jeff Wharton is the MLA for Gimli. (Manitoba PCs)

MLA for Gimli

As we embrace this new year, I would like to wish all the residents of the Gimli constituency, from St. Andrews to Hecla Island, good fortune, great h

(File photo)


Following Prime Minister Justin Trudeau’s shuffling of his cabinet, Manitoba is now left with only one MP sitting at the cabinet table.

The Town of Winnipeg Beach municipal office. (Katelyn Boulanger, Interlake Publishing, Postmedia Network)

Winnipeg Beach invests in infrastructure

2016 saw the Town of Winnipeg Beach tackle some large projects with the purpose of allowing the community to expand and flourish in the years to come.

Equipping learners

For the Lakeshore School Division, 2016 was a year to focus on making sure learners were well positioned to get the best out of their educational expe

The Stonewall Flyers’ Barret Schlag (left) and Jordan Cameron of the Morden Redskins engage in fisticuffs during Stonewall’s 7-4 loss to Morden at the VMSC Jan. 13. (Adam Peleshaty, Interlake Publishing, Postmedia Network)

Flyers continue to struggle

With only a few games left in the regular season, the Stonewall Flyers are running out of time to get into better position for the SEMHL playoffs.

The Gimli High School Lakers varsity boys basketball team won their home tournament 72-64 over the Frontier Raiders at Gimli High School Jan. 14. (Twitter)

Lakers victorious

The Gimli High School Lakers varsity boys basketball team took full advantage of playing on home court as they won their home tournament Jan. 14.

Interlake Lightning captain Jack Einarson was named the CCM Player of the Week, following his eight-point weekend. So far this season, Einarson has 19 goals and 24 assists, which puts him fourth in the Midget Hockey League of Manitoba's scoring race. (Interlake Lightning)

Einarson gets CCM nod

Jack Einarson has been selected as the Manitoba AAA Midget Hockey League’s CCM Player of the Week.

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