APTN National News
The largest urban Aboriginal community in Canada was on edge Tuesday night.
Police issued warning for people in Winnipeg’s North End to exercise caution, even if they’re inside their homes.
That’s because random gunfire is once again hitting the neighbourhood.
People are connecting the shootings to another deadly spree in 2010 and as the body count climbs, police still have no suspects.
APTN National News reporter Tiar Wilson has this story.
3 thoughts on “Gunfire leaves Canada’s largest urban Aboriginal community on edge”
“violence will become less when more people fight back”…where’s that story, APTN?
Why doesn’t the headline note the good people of the community who want to end the violence?u00a0 Your headline promotes the racial stereotype of the Indigenous community across Canada.
A gun does not make you a man.
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