The Carillon - ONLINE EDITION
By: Staff Writer
Posted: 01/9/2019 8:21 PM
Find these stories and more in the Jan. 10 issue of The Carillon.
Heading to the bright lights
Reporter Jordan Ross discovers how the response to upgrades at the Emerson border crossing isn't exactly glowing.
Standing up for safety
Reporter Dave Baxter talks with a Niverville resident working to reestablish a COPP program in the community.
Warriors find success
Sports editor Terry Frey reports on the exploits of the St Malo Warriors in the new CRJHL.
Representatives from the Pat Porter Active Living Centre visited Steinbach city council on Tuesday, asking for support with funding stage upgrades at the Chrysler Gate venue.
Pat Porter Centre president Doug Enns told council the centre needs $21,000 to complete stage ...
The sentencing of a former Lorette teacher convicted of sexually abusing a young girl was delayed but not derailed on Friday, as defence counsel tried to reopen the trial and admit fresh evidence that included an inmate’s handwritten confession.
Court of ...
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