June 30, 2015

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McIntyre, Mike

Justice reporter

Journalist, national radio show host, author, webmaster, pundit and cruise director ... Mike McIntyre loves to keep busy!

Mike, 33, is the justice reporter for the Winnipeg Free Press, where he has worked since 1997. He operates his own website, www.mikeoncrime.com, and produces and hosts the weekly talk radio show Crime and Punishment, which runs on the Corus Radio Network in several Canadian cities.

Mike is the author of several Canadian true crime books, including: Nowhere to Run: The Killing of Const. Dennis Strongquill (2003); The Yuletide Bandit: A Seven-Year Search for a Serial Criminal (2004), To the Grave: Inside a Spectacular RCMP Sting (2006), and Devil Among Us: How Canada Failed To Stop A Pedophile (2008).

Mike is a firm believer in giving everyone a say, and regularly interviews people from all facets of the justice system — judges, lawyers, police officers, victims and yes, even the criminals.

Born and bred in Winnipeg, Mike graduated from River East Collegiate and completed his journalism studies in the Creative Communications program at Red River College. He and his wife, Chassity, have two children.

Mike McIntyre on Twitter: @mikeoncrime

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Winnipeg Free Press | @WinnipegNews

Jun 30 12:00 pm

#Winnipeg Mosquito Status: HIGH; citywide trap average: 18. More trap counts: wfp.to/mosquitomap

Jason Bell | @WFPJasonBell

Jun 30 11:58 am

Canada's Eugenie Bouchard loses today in 1st round at Wimbledon (7-6, 6-4) to Ying-Ying Duan. Bouchard reached final of 2014 Wimbledon.

Bartley Kives | @bkives

Jun 30 11:58 am

Weirdest anomaly in 2014 compensation disclosure: former St. Norbert councillor Justin Swandel made more than former mayor Sam Katz.

Bartley Kives | @bkives

Jun 30 11:57 am

City also paid former acting CAO Deepak Joshi $245,899 in 2014. Figure does not include a severance package. He left this January.

Bartley Kives | @bkives

Jun 30 11:53 am

Former Winnipeg CAO Phil Sheegl - who quit in 2013 - was the City's highest-paid employee in 2014. Made an even $250,000.