|John Woods/Canadian Press|
The Lions got to Winnipeg's four-yard line with 56 seconds to go, but on third-and-one tailback Chris Rainey was stopped by Winnipeg linebacker Maurice Leggett.
The turnover ended with Bombers receiver Weston Dressler conceding a safety with one second to go after scrambling around in the end zone.
The victory ended Winnipeg's two-game losing skid and upped its record to 9-6 in front of 24,284 fans at Investors Group Field.
B.C. is 9-5 and the teams who are tied for second in the CFL West Division face each other again next Friday in Vancouver.
Winnipeg had a 24-3 lead early in the second quarter, but the Lions closed the gap to 24-20 by halftime.
(The Canadian Press)