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WINNIPEG – When I ran into Canada’s Minster of International Trade in the elevator of an old Winnipeg hotel — y’know, as one does — the Honourable Francois-Philippe Champagne said he was concerned all day Wednesday.
He’d been informed a Whiteout was invading the Prairie city at the same time as his business trip.
The politician’s safety worries were relieved when the details of this particular brand of Whiteout were explained to him.
Winnipeg Police issued a warning Friday afternoon, calling the advertisements an attempt at “scalping.” The police service said there had not been any formal complaints, but reminded the public that it is illegal under both city and provincial law to resell tickets for more than the original cost.“The Winnipeg Police Service reminds the public to take every precaution before paying for these free tickets,” the police service added.Winnipeg Jet fans celebrate at Portage an Main in downtown Winnipeg after the Winnipeg Jets defeated the Minnesota Wild in game five NHL playoff action to win the first round 4-1 in Winnipeg on Friday, April 20, 2018.#Traffic Tues #go Jets Go @NHLJets #rcmpmb — RCMP Manitoba (@rcmpmb) April 10, 2018 Head-to-toe white jumpsuits, ZZ Top–style beards, chalky wigs, 15,321 whipping towels stamped with the claim “We Are Winnipeg,” road-white replica jerseys galore, makeshift fighter jet pilot helmets, white Christmas lights worn as body necklaces, more expended tubes of clown-white face paint than a mime convention … All that funnels down to us and that really does make a huge difference.Jets fans don’t just show their pride, they dunk themselves in it and then mosh in your face and make merry. My first Whiteout experience will be one I’ll never forget.” Winnipeg’s Whiteout harkens back to 1987, when supporters of the original Jets were encouraged to wear white to home playoff games to build an intimidating backdrop for the visiting Flames — a colourless response to Calgary’s C of Red.We’d like to welcome you to Winnipeg and hope you’ll explore our website packed full of resources, information and tips on creating a memorable experience.