With less than a week to go in the federal election, maybe we can actually dig into issues that are going to matter. So much of the last five weeks have delved into fear-mongering, mud-slinging and dancing with social issues which will have little impact on the day-to-day lives of Winnipeggers. According to University of Winnipeg Political Science associate professor Malcolm Bird, it still comes down to the holy trinity of putting food on the table: economy, jobs and taxes.
Guy Quenneville (blue toque) leads a rally outside the Stony Plain Provincial Court on Friday, Nov. 16, 2018. The Stop the Violence rally was held in support of his son Liam Quenneville who was beaten, stabbed and robbed at gun point in Spruce Grove on Oct. 27.
The father of a Spruce Grove teen who was beaten, stabbed, robbed and hospitalized in a brutal attack two weeks ago is calling for action to stop violence in the community. Guy Quenneville organized a rally outside of the Stony Plain Provincial Court on Friday morning as one of his son’s alleged assailants — a 14-year-old whose identity cannot be disclosed — arrived for a first court appearance.
@dstaples@Lowetide They have it coming for every day they mocked Oilers fans for the signing of Lucic, multiplied by a factor of hypocrisy when they did a 180 and tried to defend Treliving’s acquisition of Lucic.