Eadie Expects Progress On Bus & City Hall Safety Measures

Episode 15 picks up on our last interview with Mynarski Coun. Ross Eadie, with a long-form discussion about danger using the transit system and around City Hall. The previous discussion encompassed City budget and housing plans, the massive transit route re-organization, and his own concerns about flawed public consultations. Listen to it here: Coun. Eadie…

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Winnipeg’s Greeks & Ukrainians Outraged About Violent Attacks

The Crime Courts and Public Safety update goes behind the headlines in Episode 11, asking the question: What kind of society are we becoming? Part 1- A brief recap of our last podcast, 100 Days Of Wab. A listener pointed out that Kinew posted a promotional video that seemed to agree with us- the Premier’s…

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Revolving Door Justice, Ambulance Failure Blamed In Vogiatzakis Murder

We bring you up to date on the senseless murder of Cork and Flame owner Kyriakos Vogiatzakis and the demands for systemic court changes to protect the public from violent drug addicts. In Part 1, Marty Gold lays out the known reports about the violent criminal acts since 2019 by the accused killer, Curtis Dalebozik.…

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Disabled Tenant Describes Escape From North End Arson

A special edition of the Crime Courts & Public Safety Update has exclusive ActionLine details on two recent incidents – one in the North End, the other on Pembina Hwy. – where violent criminals terrorized female victims, with one left homeless. A special edition of the Crime Courts & Public Safety Update has exclusive ActionLine…

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Dr. Joss Reimer, The Pollyanna of Downtown Winnipeg

Season 4, Episode 1, Part 1- We are making a difference, as 2023 proved. Marty Gold thanks the audience and pledges to keep up the pace. Fan mail is reviewed, and then there’s talk about the final episodes of 2023, and the first ActionLine.ca post of 2024- the Bobby Hull retrospective with guest Peter Young.…

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No Excuses For Teens Accused In December Murders

Two shocking, senseless murders have rocked Winnipeg before Christmas- and Episode 36 looks at the details and how the courts and provincial government failed the victims. Part 1 – Public Safety update: The pro-Hamas protesters wanted to emulate the harassment tactics seen in Toronto but their plans didn’t work. We have the details about the…

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Second Teen In 6 Months Murdered On Graham

Episode 34 begins with thanking donors to our $1800 fundraising campaign. You can review our top podcasts using the links on the Donate page, and send support from there too. Part 1 5.55- A 14 year old girl was stabbed and killed on Graham Avenue downtown, in broad daylight last Friday. Police are looking for…

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The Alt-Reality of Winnipeg’s Criminal Class

Three recent cases- two homicides and a police shooting- are pieced together with ALL the details scattered across reports by an agenda-driven MSM. We provide a full picture of the deaths on Burrows and Langside and the danger police faced in Fort Garry. This Crime, Courts and Public Safety Update exposes how the Winnipeg media…

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More Mayhem: ER Nurses Anxious And Fearful

In Part 1 we provide a brief look at upcoming reports that – like this episode about unsafe working conditions for Winnipeg nurses – will follow-up on recent events and investigations featured on TGCTS podcasts. During December, listeners will hear about the reaction to the belated apology of PC MLA Obby Khan for signing a…

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Langside Murders Derail “#3 Most Liveable” Lie

Episode 28 is a Crime Courts and Public Safety report: shocking developments in Winnipeg have submarined a public relations effort by prominent officials to portray our city as “the best blend of everything Canada has to offer.” A Saturday Globe and Mail clickbait article of “Canada’s most liveable cities” placed Winnipeg at #3 Overall. WRHA…

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