Cyril Weenusk murdered while visiting Winnipeg to care for his Father

Cyril Weenusk, 26, was found injured near Portage Avenue and Donald Street on July 5th at around 4 in the morning. Weenusk was rushed to hospital where he died of his injuries.

Cyril Weenusk was a soft-spoken, firefighter and father of four from Oxford House, Manitoba. He had come to Winnipeg to care for his sick father.

Police said that Weenusk was in an altercation that turned violent and fatal. Police are searching for 3 suspects.

**UPDATE**
A warrant for the arrest of Geordie Douglas Wood of St. Theresa Point, MB, has been issued the charge of second-degree murder in the death of Cyril Weenusk.

**UPDATE**

Renelle McDougal, 20, of Winnipeg, Geordie Douglas Wood of St. Theresa Point, have been charged with second-degree murder in the deathof Weenusk.

6 week old baby killed by 16 year old girl

Saskatoon Police were called to a home in the 200 block of Waterloo Crescent around 7am Sunday July 3 on report of an injured 6 week old baby.

The baby Nikosis Jace Cantre was rushed to hospital where he died of his injuries. The cause of death has not been released at this time.

Family members of Nikosis said they didn’t know the 16 year old girl accused in his death,  they had just met her downtown. The girl had nowhere to go and decided to help her out. The 16 year old girl had ran away from the Kilburn Hall Youth Centre the day before.

The accused has been charged with second degree murder.

Corby Stott dies after being stuck by a vehicle in Midland

Emergency crews were called to the Walmart plaza parking lot on July 2nd at around 1:50 pm on reports of someone being stuck by a vehicle.

Corby Stott 29 was found injured and was rushed to hospital where he was pronounced dead.

Police said that there was an altercation between Stott and Jason Heffernan 25, and Stott ended up on the hood of Heffernan’s vehicle.

Heffernan stayed at the scene, and was arrested by Midland police. He has been charged with second degree murder in the death of Corby Stott.

Justin Bokma and Lafrance Matthews shot to death at after hours Toronto Club

Police responded to reports of a shooting in what police called an illegal after hours lounge above Thymeless bar at 355 College St, in Toronto in the early hours on July 1st.

Police arrived to find Justin Bokma, 42, a former pro Skateboarder and Doorman at the after-hours club dead at the scene. Lafrance Lloyd Matthews ,41, in serious condition. Matthews was a father of two and a popular bartender at Einstein Café and Pub died in hospital of his injuries. Police said there were two more victims, a 34 year old man and a 45 year old man,  with non life threatening injuries, who are expected to survive.

Police said there were around 30 people inside the club at the time of the shooting and ask anyone with any information to contact investigators at 416-808-7400 or Crime Stoppers anonymously at 416-222-8477, or to leave a tip online at www.222tips.com