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QuadrigaCX – Canadas BEST Bitcoin exchange
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Hundreds of Okanagan residents no longer on evacuation alert
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The Regional District of the Okanagan-Similkameen Emergency Operations Centre  issued some some good news for hundreds of residents affected by the threat of flooding Tuesday afternoon.

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Company walks away from Churchill railway deal after briefly showing interest
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A private company has walked away from the negotiation table only weeks after showing interest in taking over the flood-damaged Hudson Bay rail line and port of Churchill in northern Manitoba.

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Winnipeg Speed Camera Idea…
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What is the best wood fired pizza in the city?
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Sure you say santa Lucia is the king for the normies hehe but what about the fancy stuff? submitted by /u/infantry_of_the_line [link] [comments]

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[32F] Looking for a local man with a breeding fetish and the ability to see it through.
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I am talking about the long game here. I need someone with the stamina to keep up and the desire to raise a family together. I am 32, attractive, good genes, self employed, own my own home, fit, educated. I am wilting over hear and need a solution, a person, that wants the same things […]

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Police discover bodies in Charleswood home
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Police have been at a Charleswood home since late Monday evening after police found two bodies, say neighbours. “We always knew our neighbours, but not them,” said Maureen Kaiser, who lives across the street from the Buckingham Road home. “They were always to themselves, never said hi.” Kaiser said that her and her husband, Michael, […]

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There’ll be no summer loving of holiday gas prices, warns analyst
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Families hitting the highways this summer may be chasing sunshine and good times but they may also have to face higher prices at the petrol pumps, a leading gasoline price analyst has warned. In the past week the average retail gas prices in Edmonton have jumped almost 10c per litre leaving the average price as […]

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UNFINISHED BUSINESS: Jets Trouba says he’s open to long-term deal
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Jacob Trouba didn’t sound like a guy who was going to ask for a trade or planning to skip training camp in the fall. When the Winnipeg Jets defenceman was asked about needing a new contract, he made it clear he was open to sticking around for the long term. Trouba would also prefer things […]

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Manitoba politicians want feds to clear up some marijuana concerns
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Two Manitoba ministers are lobbying the feds to guarantee more provincial control over home cannabis production and provide additional road safety measures before recreational pot sales become legal. In a submission to the federal Standing Senate Committee on Social Affairs, Science and Technology, Justice Minister Heather Stefanson and Health Minister Kelvin Goertzen say serious public […]

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Company pulls out of running to takeover northern Manitoba rail line
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A company that announced a surprise bid earlier this month to revive a troubled rail line in northern Manitoba has pulled out. iChurchill accuses the federal government of not taking its bid seriously and of focusing on a competing bid that includes many of the communities in the region. Severe flooding a year ago washed […]

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News briefs for May 22, 2018
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Two-year-old killed in driveway accident Steinbach RCMP are investigating after a two-year-old girl was killed on her own driveway on Sunday. The incident took place around 7:50 p.m. when RCMP responded to …

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For Sovereign's Medal recipients, the work is its own reward
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A few weeks ago, I profiled Valerie McIntyre and Roma Maconachie, two women who received the Sovereign’s Medal for Volunteers from Gov. Gen. Julie Payette at Rideau Hall on April …

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All the dirt (ewww!!) on my weekend in bed
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I don’t know how you guys spent the holiday weekend, but I made a sincere and humanitarian effort to spend all three days sleeping. Out of journalistic fairness, I will confess …

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Police investigate Charleswood deaths
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The police homicide unit is investigating after two bodies were found in a Charleswood home on the long weekend. The house at 625 Buckingham Rd. was sealed off Tuesday morning as ……

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FBI agrees to ‘review’ highly classified information on Russia probe with lawmakers
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The agreement came after President Donald Trump made an extraordinary demand that the Justice Department investigate whether the FBI infiltrated his presidential campaign.

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Young boy taken to hospital after being hit by car in north Edmonton
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A six-year-old boy was taken to hospital with non-life-threatening head injuries on Monday night after he was hit by a car while trying to cross a road in north Edmonton, police said.

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Police seek witnesses to downtown confrontation on Friday night
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Winnipeg police want the public’s help in finding witnesses to a downtown confrontation.

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Jets bullish about next season but looking forward to rest and regroup
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Winnipeg Jets players say they know expectations are high for the team next season, and they are concentrating on doing it all again for 2018/19.

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Winnipeg opens its doors again; weekend event showcases our heritage buildings
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Winnipeggers are once again getting a chance to peek behind closed doors this weekend, during the 15th annual Doors Open Winnipeg. The free event, which takes place May 26 and 27, invites participants to explore more than 90 buildings and tours with architectural, historical, cultural and social significance. “Doors Open Winnipeg showcases some of our […]

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B.C. woman angry at online florist after Mother’s Day flowers arrive late and wilted
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Mother’s Day has come and gone, but a B.C. woman is still angry over her online flower order.

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Hundreds of Boundary-area residents return home
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Nearly 900 evacuation orders were rescinded across the Boundary region on Monday.

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10% of Ontarians don’t have a family doctor, making ‘hallway medicine’ worse: Which party do you trust to fix it?
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Accessing primary care and a family doctor is a struggle for many Ontarians. So what are Kathleen Wynne, Andrea Horwath, or Doug Ford going to do about it? And will this issue impact the way you vote?

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Forest fires forces RM of Grahamdale into state of emergency
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Officials say a local state of emergency has been declared for the R.M. of Grahamdale due to wildfires affecting the east side of Highway 6 between Ashern and Mulvihill.

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Bitcoin is an energy hog: New numbers suggest how big a problem it is
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Bitcoin miners will guzzle more electricity this year than some countries do, according to new numbers from a leading researcher. And while some critics take issue with these figures, few disagree that the digital currency’s energy use is a growing problem.

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Letters: May 22, 2018
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Taxing situation Re: “It’s time to start talking about a post-carbon tax Canada,” Editorial, May 14. Regulations cost everyone a lot of money. One person’s subsidy is another person’s tax. Free allocations to industries costs other industries more to make up the difference. Industry tax exemptions are paid by you and me, the average taxpayer. […]

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Fort Rouge Station southbound
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Anyone know what’s going on right now at the Fort Rouge southbound bus stop? There are 20+ people waiting for a bus, did the buses get stuck downtown? submitted by /u/204trww [link] [comments]

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No Canada Day fireworks, evening festivities at Assiniboine Park this year
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Benefits of Glycerin Lotion for Sensitive Skin Types
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Camille Beckman’s glycerine lotion helps heal and restore the driest and most cracked skin. It combines the company’s signature herbal complex with high-performance ingredients that moisturize, strengthen, and soften. Free of parabens, gluten, and artificial colors, Camille Beckman’s glycerine lotion is vegan-formulated and never tested on animals.

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Canadians stranded in Cuba after deadly plane crash returning home 
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Caribe Sol said Monday that Cubana Airlines was resuming operations after the passenger jet crash on Friday that killed 111 people.

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Ontario party leaders campaigning in the GTA on Tuesday
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With a little more than two weeks left before Ontario voters cast their ballots on June 7, all three major party leaders will stick close to the Greater Toronto Area today.

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Toronto city council set to appoint new Ward 33 councillor
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Shelley Carroll stepped down as Ward 33 councillor on April 5 to run in the provincial election as a candidate in the riding of Don Valley North.

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North Korea media returns to angry tone as Donald Trump, Kim Jong Un summit looms
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North Korean media stepped up their rhetorical attacks on South Korea and joint military exercises with the United States, warning Tuesday that a budding detente could be in danger.

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Vegan Snacks for Summer Adventures
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22 Days Nutrition has plant-based protein bars and one of the best tasting vegan protein powders available. Their delicious and nutrient dense products make it easy to stay vegan on-the-go. Stock up on vegan snacks to take on any summer trip to stay happy and healthy away from home.

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Canadian scientists track Lyme disease threat
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Health officials combine surveillance of human cases, dogs and ticks in the field to track the spread of the disease across the country.

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Mental health report brings much-needed hope
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Dr. Brian Rush’s work restores faith that needed changes can and will occur, creating better care in mental health and addictions for all Manitobans.

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Rare encounter between 2 wild, shrieking lynx caught on video
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Ed Trist lives in the Ontario bush and had been planning to catch a few minnows for fishing, but instead caught a rare sighting of two lynx squaring off and wailing at one another.

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Man dies after boat crashes into shore near Lac du Bonnet
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A 40-year-old man has died after a boat crash on the Lee River in the Rural Municipality of Lac du Bonnet.

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Driveway crash kills 2-year-old in La Broquerie, Man.
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A two-year-old girl died after being struck by a vehicle in her driveway in the RM of La Broquerie.

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Choosing a Vegan Diet for Weight Loss
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22 Days Nutrition is widely recognized for its revolutionary vegan meal delivery options, which are fresh, never frozen and don’t contain any harmful additives or preservatives. Each meal constructed by 22 Days is healthy and nutritious, that means it is soy-free, gluten-free, and dairy-free. Created with the world’s finest organic plant-based superfood ingredients, 22 Days […]

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Sapotaweyak Cree Nation threatened by wildfires
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Three out-of-control forest fires are burning near Sapotaweyak Cree Nation, blanketing the small northern community with thick smoke and forcing hundreds from their homes. “It’s pretty scary for a lot of …

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