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Legal losses mount making Winnipeg look ‘disorganized and unreliable’

In yet another legal setback, the City of Winnipeg grapples with mounting challenges, raising critical questions about the urgent need for substantial reforms within the Property and Development department.

The recent blow struck on Oct. 27, by Court of King’s Bench Justice Vic Toews reverberates deeply. He ruled that the city has been delaying the sale of a Main Street property, marking a significant victory for Earls Holdings (Main Street) Ltd. This property, a source of contention since its 2012 sale to developer OGGI Investments Ltd., has become the latest battleground in a string of costly lawsuits afflicting our city.

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