Manitoba Government (Minister Sharon Blady) recognizes caregivers with a charter for Caregiver Recognition in April.
Crime Reporting- Frauds and Scams
It’s normal to feel embarrassed if you’ve become a victim of a fraud or scam. You can help stop the con artist from scamming other people by reporting what’s happened to you to a police officer or other trusted professional. The following is a list of organizations that can help:
If you are worried about your safety or the safety of another person, call 911.
To report a crime, contact:
Winnipeg Police Service
Non-Emergency: Contact your local RCMP detachment
Brandon Police Service
Manitoba Consumer Protection Office – Hears, mediates and investigates consumer related complaint
Manitoba Securities Commission – Investigates complaints of unfair treatment by investment advisors
Phonebusters – Offer education and support to victims of consumer fraud