Winnipeg Mayor Sam Katz has just issued a statement on the Bombers' loss in the Grey Cup final:
"Although the Lions reigned victorious tonight, I am proud to say that our Blue and Gold reigned victorious in the hearts and spirits of fans the entire season and represented our football city with unwavering dignity and determination."
Be listening at 7:13 on Information Radio. Terry talks to our "money saving mom" about hot deals on electronics this Cyber Monday. Then, the king of "crackberry" looks at the not-so-hot playbook. Is it a good deal after all?
Marcy in Vancouver...
OK. Some guy here in BC seriously said to me that they would take the Grey Cup as a "consolation prize" because they really want the Stanley Cup. The Grey is easy...I guess??? I really need to come home to Winnipeg.
Still ahead in a few moments on Information Radio: It was a car crash that left a family reeling in shock. Both parents died, and five boys became orphans. At 7:40, find out how the Dubois family has met the incredible challenges of a life torn apart.
Brandon University students and parents listen up: BU President and Vice Chancellor Deborah Poff joins Terry MacLeod at 8:13 for a look at what happens now that the 45-day strike is over.
Downtown massage parlour approved.
With conditions attached by city hall. .
Say middle aged man is targeting elderly Winnipeggers at senior's complexes for fraud. .
Man is 40-50 yrs old, sandy blonde-red hair, visits vulnerable seniors and asks for debit cards, pins etc. .
Police looking for 24 year old man who is facing break and enter and numerous weapons charges in connection with incident in Elmwood earlier this month. .
RCMP say no charges will be laid in Neepawa Natives hazing incident.
Heading to the airport to
meet up with fans and players as the Blue Bombers return home from Vancouver this afternoon .
Snow Coming Midweek
We'll be on the northern edge of a 3-5cm snowfall on Wednesday afternoon and evening
Blue Bomber Doug Brown joins me at 4:13pm on Up to Speed , 89.3 fm
It's Cyber Monday...are you shopping online today? We'll talk about that on our 5:40pm Business Report on Up to Speed, CBC Radio One, 89.3fm
A grandfather and elder convicted of sexually assaulting his
granddaughter and fathering her baby is accused of incest once again. Why some feel his community did not do enough to stop it, tonight on CBC TV News, Winnipeg at 6 PM.