Man shot by police facing 10 charges

RCMP have laid 10 charges against a Winnipeg man who was shot by police Thursday.Carl Devin Beaulieu, 30, is facing one count each of careless use of firearm, possession of a weapon for a dangerous purpose, pointing a firearm and unauthorized possession in a motor vehicle, two counts of dangerous driving and four counts of mischief.He will appear i

RCMP Sgt. Bert Paquet.

WATCH: RCMP update on police pursuit, shooting

A 30-year-old Winnipeg man was taken to hospital Thursday morning after being shot by Portage la Prairie RCMP.RCMP Sgt. Bert Paquet spoke to media in Portage la Prairie around 2:45 p.m. Thursday afternoon to provide an update.

Update: Officer involved in shooting

One person has been injured in an officer-involved shooting in Portage la Prairie.The Trans-Canada Highway has been closed at Hwy. 240 in relation to the incident.Emergency crews have taken the shooting victim to hospital. No Mounties were injured.RCMP remain on scene south of the community.

Saskatchewan crop report

Seeding progress continues to rapidly advance thanks to warm and dry weather as Saskatchewan producers now have 35 per cent of the crop in the ground.

Police blotter

The following is a summary of police activity in the Central Plains Area (Portage la Prairie, Treherne, Amaranth and the surrounding Rural Municipalities). The reporting dates are between May 9 and May 15. During this time period police responded to: 336 calls for service

Donald Trump. (Reuters photo)

Trump: My tax rate 'none of your business'

U.S. Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump pushed back on Friday against renewed calls for him to release his tax returns before the election, saying the rate that he pays is "none of your business."

A gender neutral restroom is seen in a city building in Los Angeles, California, U.S., May 14, 2016. REUTERS/Lucy Nicholson

11 states sue govt for transgender bathroom policy

Eleven U.S. states sued the Obama administration on Wednesday, seeking to overturn a directive from the federal government this month that public schools should allow transgender students to use the bathroom matching their gender identity.

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