CKY - Thursday, May 23, 2024 - 07:00 a.m. (ET) - Segment #3

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believed one of them had a gun. The man says he told his employer but was told not to worry about it. And to go back to station. He was shot above the hip while walking back to the booth. The lawsuit says the man hasn't been able to work since then suffered a loss of income. The plaintiff is suing for damages and health care costs. Ctv news has reached out to red river ex for comment. North american midway says it's aware of the lawsuit, but wouldn't comment as it's before the courts. Westjet is making changes to lower the price to fly. But it comes with sacrifices for travellers. They have to have. >> The space that you can will take a little bit like home away and you know, come to that with the most seats and then sit at another world. >> Westjet is planning to add more seats to some of its bigger plane, saying it will lead to cheaper prices. It's also going to launch an ultra-low fare category for people who are willing to fly without any carry on luggage. People who fly this category can bring a bag on board, but can't use the overhead bin. The airline is also asking ottawa to freeze government implodes passenger fees, which pay for airport maintenance and other projects. China this morning as holding military drills around taiwan, calling, calling them punishment against the island. And a sign of escalating tensions. The drill simulate a full-scale attack on taiwan. This comes just days after taiwan inaugurated its new president. William lay lay is a member of taiwan separatist democratic progressive party has been called a troublemaker by teaching. Taiwan's coast guard is keeping a close eye on the drills, telling china ships to stay away. Its defence ministry has condemned china's actions as irrational provocations and pei's opening a held damage estimating centre following a surge in claims more than 1150 claims have been made in the last week. The new temporary centre will open next week at mpi's physical damage centre. Plus, he's road in winnipeg. It will be open monday to friday and have 70 appointments available each day. Mpi will reach out to customers who opened a health claim, but haven't yet had an estimate appointment customers have been waiting the longest will be contacted first and taking a look at the current traffic situation now on be norwood bridge looks like a pretty smooth drive over here. If you see anything out there, though, please let us know. Go to our x age. @ctvmorningwpg and taking a look at your gas prices. The canadian average sends a $1.65 while the provincial average sits at a $1.41. In winnipeg, the average is about 40. The lowest price in the city is a $1.20 for a 204 fuels in st. James. All this information is on gasbuddy dot com. >> Pressure the palm brought to you by kitten card dot ca get a free tow and a tax receipt for value of your car. >> If you're interested in doing are learning some really cool things you can go to aurora farm. 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