Investigations

April 29, 2016 10:54 am

“Vile” and “racist” emails sent by A+ Financial Services owner, says Human Rights Commission

WINNIPEG — The owner of a now-defunct Winnipeg business has been fined by a government-appointed adjudicator after he sent “racist and vulgar content and photos” to his colleagues. A government-appointed adjudicator determined that for over two years, three employees from A+ Financial Services were subjected to emails that violated The Human Rights Code, including material… Continue reading 

April 24, 2016 3:15 pm

3 building fire in Wolseley called ‘suspicious’ by police

WINNIPEG — Winnipeg Police are calling a Wolseley fire that caused $4.5 million in damage suspicious. The fire broke out early Saturday morning at a development under construction at Maryland St and Westminster Ave. Several buildings were destroyed and six people were sent to hospital including four firefighters. “The fact that we didn’t have fatalities in… Continue reading 

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