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Winnipeg Free Press (Newspaper) - July 17, 2015, Winnipeg, Manitoba C M Y K PAGE A6 A 6 WINNIPEG FREE PRESS, FRIDAY, JULY 17, 2015 MANITOBA winnipegfreepress. com WED. TO FRI. NOON - 8PM | SAT. 9: 30AM - 5PM ALL SALES ARE FINAL. SOLD AS IS IN JULY UP 75 % TO OFF Furniture Factory Outlet 630 Kernaghan Ave Door 79 | 204.988.0800 35 Melnick Road, Winnipeg MB www. guertinequipment. com ph: 204- 255- 0260 Mercury 60hp 4- stroke, Trailer Cover, livewell, Privacy Enclosure, and much more. *@ 5.50% for 240 months OAC or $ 25,995 Me Tr Pr 21 2S Sportfisher an ONLY $ 85 B/ W ( plus tax)* 1700 Waverley Street In the Waverley Automall at Bishop Grandin 204- 269- 5555 “ Drive a Little, Save a Lot!” 1- 877- 990- 1717 Recognized as one of the Most Energy Efficient Dealerships in North America! WIN- WIN has a clearout price your Brain will love too. WIN 0 % 96 FINANCING † MONTHS GET FOR UP TO ON SELECT 2015 MODELS GET UP TO 12 WEEKLY PAYMENTS Ä ON US! ON SELECT 2015 MODELS The Hyundai your Heart wants www. murrayhyundai. com Dealer Permit # 4008. All Prices as based on cash prices and are plus PST and GST. . Save Up to $ 5000 16 16 10 Up to OR 30 % Off LEFT 101010101010 2015 Accents Save Up to $ 6000 19 19 9 Up to OR 25 % Off LEFT 9 6 2 2015 Elantras Save Up to $ 5000 Up to OR 25 % Off L EFT 2015 Elantra GTs 8 4 Save Up to $ 8000 Up to OR 25 % Off LEFT 2015 Sonata Hybrids Save Up to $ 9000 9 ds 9 5 Up to OR 20 % Off L EFT 5 2015 Genesis Sedans f f This will REPEATED! NOT BE s ATTENTION AT TENTION N E W C A R SHO P P E R S NEW CAR SHOPPERS B RANDON — It proved to be a false alarm, but a brief evacuation of the Brandon courthouse goes to show how seriously security is being taken in light of recent events. An estimated 40 people were evacuated from the building Thursday morning after staff there received a package they considered “ suspicious.” It turns out that the package wasn’t suspicious at all. “ It was sent from a legitimate company,” Brandon Police Service Sgt. Kevin McLean said. “ We got a call that there’s a suspicious package and through protocol we evacuated the building.” McLean said sheriffs at the courthouse reported the package around 9: 35 a. m. He said it appears police were called after the phone number on the package didn’t match that of the originating business. It seems the package was initially in the office where provincial and Queen’s Bench staff work, but was handed over to sheriffs. Roughly 40 people — including lawyers, judges, accused, staff and other visitors — were evacuated to the other side of the street and remained out of the building for about 20 to 30 minutes. Police examined the package, contacted the company it came from and verified it as a legitimate one. The name of the originating company hasn’t been released at this time. McLean believed the parcel may have contained business cards, but that hasn’t been verified. The suspicious package alert comes after bombs were mailed earlier this month to a pair of Winnipeg law offices and a business where a suspect’s ex- wife worked. One exploded and seriously injured a Winnipeg lawyer who had represented the accused’s ex- wife in divorce proceedings. A spokesperson for Manitoba Justice says court staff have been told to follow Canada Post protocols for dealing with suspicious packages. — Brandon Sun We can help. 204- 925- 0600 or 1( 800) 805- 8885 www. adam. mb. ca PHOTOS BY TIM SMITH / BRANDON SUN Hot dog, what a beautiful day! Elsa Plewes throws a stone into the water at Clear Lake for her dog, Scottie, who chases it into the cool water on a hot Thursday afternoon in Riding Mountain National Park. False- alarm bomb scare evacuates courthouse A_ 08_ Jul- 17- 15_ FP_ 01. indd A6 7/ 16/ 15 10: 19: 00 PM

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