Saturday, December 23, 2023, in Winnipeg and Manitoba in the news.
Suspicious Death Investigated on Pimicikamak Cree Nation
Manitoba RCMP are delving into the circumstances surrounding the death of a 47-year-old man found in a residence on Pimicikamak Cree Nation.
This incident, considered suspicious, underscores the ongoing public safety concerns in the community and the importance of thorough investigations in such cases.
Community Continues Search for Missing Senior with Dementia
The search for 81-year-old Earl Moberg, who has been missing since December 12, continues in North Kildonan.
His daughter’s appeal for enhanced alert systems on mobile phones highlights the need for effective community-wide responses in locating vulnerable individuals like Moberg.
Arrest in Winnipeg Woman’s Assault and Confinement Case
Winnipeg police have made progress in a disturbing case involving the assault and confinement of a woman found in a dumpster.
The arrest of one suspect, 27-year-old Romeo Chris Miles, marks a significant step in the investigation, while the search for two other suspects continues.
Manitoba Health Officials’ Plea for Healthcare Workers
Amidst the strain on intensive care units and the expected rise in respiratory illnesses, Manitoba’s health minister and chief public health officer are urging healthcare workers to pick up shifts during the holiday season.
This plea reflects the critical state of the healthcare system and the vital role of healthcare workers.