News briefs for Tuesday, September 13, 2022


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A collection of breaking news briefs filed on Tuesday, September 13, 2022

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A collection of breaking news briefs filed on Tuesday, September 13, 2022

9:31 AM

Manitoba Sports Hall of Fame announces 2022 induction class

The Manitoba Sports Hall of Fame announced its 2022 induction class on Tuesday.

Individual inductees:

  • Don Baizley: Builder – Hockey
  • Halldor Bjarnason: Athlete – Cerebral Palsy Tricycling
  • Andrea Ferguson: Athlete – Ringette
  • Patrick Jebbison:Athlete – Basketball
  • Michelle Sawatzky-Koop: Athlete – Volleyball

Team inductee:

  • 1990 Winnipeg Blue Bombers – Football

The induction ceremony will take place on Thursday, Nov. 3, 2022, at 7 p.m. at the Victoria Inn in Winnipeg. Tickets are on sale now at

10:12 AM

Collaros and Jefferson named CFL Top Performers of the week

Blue Bombers quarterback Zach Collaros and defensive end Willie Jefferson have been named CFL Top Performers for their performances in Saturday’s 54-20 win over the Saskatchewan Roughriders in the annual Banjo Bowl.

Collaros completed 21 of 25 passes for 273 yards and four touchdowns, with no interceptions.
Jefferson recorded two sacks, a forced fumble and three defensive tackles in Saturday’s victory.

1:00 PM

Two aides charged in St. James care home assault probe

Winnipeg police have arrested two personal care home aides accused of assaulting elderly residents.

The police service began the investigation into allegations of assault at Extendicare’s Oakview Place, at 2395 Ness Ave., in June, after a whistleblower notified the Winnipeg Regional Health Authority. However, the home’s operator, Extendicare, had known about the allegations since February.

The Winnipeg Police Service said Tuesday that after a lengthy probe, investigators determined the two health-care aides allegedly used “inappropriate physical actions” to “gain the compliance” of five residents while performing care duties. None of the victims needed medical treatment.

The two aides were arrested Monday. A 49-year-old woman is facing three assault charges, while a 36-year-old woman is facing two assault charges. Both were released on undertakings.

5:21 PM

Monday a day of mourning: province

Manitoba is recognizing Monday as a day of mourning to mark the death of Queen Elizabeth II.

All non-essential government services and offices will be closed for the day, the province said in a press release.

Schools will remain open and classes will be in session, and child-care facilities will also be open, a provincial government press release said late Tuesday. “The health-care system will continue to operate as usual,” it advised.

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