RCMP say 2 bodies found, believed to be fugitives

Canadian police announced Wednesday they believe the two fugitives suspected of killing a North Carolina woman and her Australian boyfriend as well as another man have been found dead in Manitoba. (Aug. 7)

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Canadians urged to be vigilant for murder suspects

Police asked “all Canadians” to be on the lookout and will conduct a door to door canvas of two communities in Manitoba as the search continues for two suspects in the slaying of an American woman, her Australian boyfriend, and another man. (July 26)

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Canadian police: Two sightings of murder suspects

Canadian police say there have been two sightings of the suspects in the slaying of an American woman, her Australian boyfriend and another man in the Gillam area of Manitoba and they still believe they are in the area. (July 25)

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Charred vehicle found in hunt for murder suspects

Canadian police say the suspects in the murders of an American woman and her Australian boyfriend as well as the death of another man in northern British Columbia left a burnt-out vehicle two provinces over in Manitoba. (July 24)

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Carbon monoxide leak hospitalizes 46 people

Authorities in Canada say a carbon monoxide leak at a hotel in Winnipeg, Manitoba has sent 46 people to the hospital, with at least 15 of them in critical condition. (July 9)

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The Bear Clan Patrol Are The Protectors Of Indigenous Communities In Canada (HBO)

In 2014, the body of a 15 year-old Indigenous girl — Tina Fontaine — was found wrapped in plastic at the bottom of a river in Winnipeg, Manitoba. Last month, her accused murderer was acquitted. Racism is still ugly and is still alive amongst us. That verdict set off protests from indigenous people, and their supporters, who say the Canadian government doesn’t do nearly enough to protect their communities. Which is why a group called the Bear Clan Patrol has been keeping watch at night in Winnipeg and other cities, ever since Fontaine’s death.

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Warriors Off The Res: Aboriginal Gangs in Winnipeg

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Winnipeg is the capital of Manitoba, Canada — and for 16 of the past 33 years, it has also been the country’s murder capital. The prairie city is home to just under 800,000 people, about 10 percent of whom are Aboriginal, meaning Winnipeg boasts the largest urban Aboriginal population in Canada. Largely impoverished and facing continual discrimination, the community has given rise to violent Aboriginal street gangs. VICE News went to Winnipeg to spend time with gang members and find out why they’re linked to the majority of the city’s murders.

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