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Man fatally stabbed in Winnipeg had recently arrived from Ukraine

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A crime scene at the intersection of Watt Street and Talbot Avenue.

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The victim of a murder stabbing in Winnipeg's Elmwood neighborhood on Wednesday had recently arrived from Ukraine, according to one of his colleagues. The family was preparing to spend their first Christmas in their host country.

Ivan Rubanik, 46, was stabbed near the intersection of Watt Street and Talbot Avenue around 8 a.m. Wednesday, according to the Winnipeg Police Service.

He was taken to hospital in unstable condition, where he was pronounced dead.

A 19-year-old man was was arrested in connection with the incident, but police have not yet indicated what charges he may be charged with.

The victim's colleague at the workshops of electric vehicle manufacturer Westward Industries, Jasen Dillon, said that Ivan Rubanik, an electrician, had never missed a day of work. He had been in the Manitoba capital for less than a year.

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It was the wife of the deceased who informed her colleagues of his death , according to Jasen Dillon. His wife didn't know how to reach us [at Westward Industries] and showed up this morning to tell us what had happened – this was before the police released his name, he says.

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Ivan Rubanik, an electrician, had been in the Manitoba capital for less than a year.

We saw the yellow [police] tape at the end of the street near work and we knew something had happened, but we didn't know it was Ivan, unfortunately, he adds.

Ivan Rubanik had two children. It was their first Christmas in Canada, and that's not how a first Christmas should be, Jasen Dillon continues.

With his colleagues and the company, he started a fundraiser for the family with the website GoFundMe.

He was smiling all the time. He was happy. He loved the work. He was happy to be here. He was looking forward to his new start here in Canada, adds Jasen Dillon.

The Winnipeg Police Service holds a press conference regarding this murder at noon Friday. This is the 41st murder of the year in the Manitoba capital.

With information from Zubina Ahmed

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