Lottery winners, Project Gold Dust and Bobby Orr: February’s top five most-read stories
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WINNIPEG -- Here are the top 5 most read stories on CTV News Winnipeg for February 2021.
The winners of Manitoba’s largest lottery jackpot came forward to claim the whopping $60-million Lotto Max prize.
CTV’s Devon McKendrick reports.
-This story was originally published on February 2, 2021.
Say goodbye to the term master bedroom as the Canadian real estate industry looks to modernize its language and remove potentially racist undertones.
CTV’s Simon Stones reports.
-This story was originally published on February 5, 2021.
The Winnipeg Police Service seized a total of $11.5 million in assets, including drugs, Bitcoin and cars, during a months-long investigation into a multi-provincial drug network between British Columbia and Manitoba.
CTV’s Kayla Rosen has the details.
-This story was first published on February 24, 2021.
A man who claims he was recruited by the Winnipeg police to inform on the Hells Angels motorcycle gang is now suing the police for allegedly blowing his cover, which forced him to go on the run from the gang, which he believes is trying to kill him.
CTV’s Danton Unger reports.
-This story was first published on February 1, 2021.
A Manitoba man has put a one-of-a-kind Bobby Orr rookie hockey card up for auction, hoping it will surpass the million-dollar mark and become the most expensive hockey card ever sold.
CTV’s Simon Stones has more.
-This story was first published on Feb. 2, 2021.