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QuadrigaCX – Canadas BEST Bitcoin exchange
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16-year-old bursts into joy after getting into Harvard in viral video
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A video of a 16-year-old boy and his classmates erupting in joy when they learn he was accepted to Harvard University is drawing millions of views online.

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California wildfires: Thomas Fire threatens 18,000 structures
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The Thomas Fire has destroyed more than 1,000 structures, including about 750 homes, in coastal communities in Southern California since erupting on Dec. 4.

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Man, 38, dead after head-on collision on Hwy. 401 near Bowmanville
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One person has died following a fatal head-on crash on the eastbound 401 in Bowmanville early Saturday morning.

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Conservative MP's bestiality bill aims to close 'archaic' loophole in Criminal Code
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It’s time to close the loopholes in Canada’s laws when it comes to bestiality, says Michelle Rempel.

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Hunter Harrison, CSX CEO and former head of CP Rail and CN Rail, dies at 73
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Hunter Harrison, the CEO of railroad giant CSX Corp. and the former head of Canada’s two largest railways, has died days after taking an unexpected leave of absence.

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200 families to receive Christmas hampers through Ma Mawi Wi Chi Itata annual drive
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Turkeys, carrots, potatoes and a lot of holiday spirit were packed into boxes at R.B. Russell School Saturday, all set to be delivered to Winnipeg families in the North End.

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'Stop being selfish': Veteran walking across Canada hosts huge, free community dinner in Winnipeg
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Trevor Sanderson has 15 hams, 150 boxes of stuffing and 200 pounds of potatoes, and he’s giving it all away for free at a massive community dinner at Winnipeg`s Thunderbird House Saturday night.

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Don’t leave cars running, police warn
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Police are warning motorists about leaving their cars running unattended after an unoccupied car was stolen and taken on a joy ride Friday morning. At just before 6 a.m., a suspect was in the 300 block of Sydney Avenue in East Kildonan when he came upon an unoccupied car parked and running behind a residence. […]

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Busted for break and enter
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An 19-year-old man faces numerous charges after breaking and enter a residence in the North End and leading police on a wild chase. On Friday at around 11:45 a.m., a male suspect – who was driving a stolen vehicle – stopped at a residence in the 300 block of Mountain Avenue where he broke a […]

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Christmas hamper drive helps families in need
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Ma Mawi Wi Chi Itata Centre and Bell MTS joined forces on Saturday to bring some holiday sparkle to the season for Indigenous families in need. Dozens of volunteers gathered at R.B. Russell School and packed and distributed 200 hampers giving Indigenous families the opportunity to enjoy a memorable holiday dinner and celebration for the […]

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MB Metis Federation offers Churchill helping hand
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The Manitoba Metis Federation (MMF) is bringing a little bit of Christmas to Churchill on Sunday. President David Chartrand and the MMF staff have busily been collecting items for a traditional Christmas meal and toys for the students at the Duke of Marlborough School in the northern Manitoba community.  “We are honoured to be able […]

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Thorburn excited to see old teammates…Hellebuyck gets an extra day to regroup…Pietrangelo set to return…Injuries a factor (for both teams)…Moose on fire
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ST. LOUIS – Chris Thorburn was doing his best to treat it as just another game, but playing a first game against his old mates after 10 seasons in the organization was going to be an emotional experience. “A little nervous, a little anxious, excited. All of those emotions (after) 10 years with one organization […]

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Plenty to reflect on for premier
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From provincial cost-cutting to highly publicized battles for federal funds, Manitoba Premier Brian Pallister generated plenty of headlines throughout 2017. With a notable injury and some hotly criticized high heels comments along the way, the premier had plenty to reflect on during a recent year-end scrum with media. Here’s a glimpse of some of the […]

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Police dog helps capture two carjacking suspects
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A police service dog certainly earned a treat after her actions were instrumental in the capture of two carjacking suspects. At around midnight early Saturday, police said two suspects were in the first 100 block of St. Mary’s Road in St. Boniface and confronted two occupants of a parked vehicle who were waiting for the […]

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Woman, youth injured in early-morning shooting
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An adult woman and a male youth are in hospital following an early-morning shooting at a residence in the North End on Saturday. At around 4 a.m., emergency personnel responded to the report of a shooting at a residence in the 300 block of Aikins Street near Mountain Avenue. Upon arrival, an injured adult female […]

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Five keys to Jets vs Blues (Round 2)
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Winnipeg Jets vs St. Louis Blues 5 pm CT, Bell MTS Place, TV: TSN3. Radio: TSN 1290 THE BIG MATCHUP Connor Hellebuyck vs Jake Allen Since the backups played Saturday, the match-up still applies. Hellebuyck has allowed five goals in six of his past 15 starts, but his numbers remain above average – including 16 […]

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Men sentenced to 14 years for killing drug dealer
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Two men have been sentenced to 14 years in prison for a shooting during a drug deal that the prosecution says would have been tough to prove. Devvin Worthington, 25, and …

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NDP wants legislature to acknowledge treaty land
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NDP Leader Wab Kinew is hopeful the spring sitting of the legislature will open each day’s business with an acknowledgment that Manitoba is treaty land. “It would be awesome if the …

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Man found dead after shooting in St. Lawrence neighbourhood overnight
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Police said officers responded to a report about shots fired in the Henry Lane Terrace and The Esplanade area around 12:30 a.m.

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Gimli, Man. just says no to retail pot
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Councillors in Gimli, Man. have voted no to allowing the retail sale of pot in the community.

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Education minister to host roundtables
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Manitoba Education Minister Ian Wishart will play host to a series of full-day Indigenous education roundtables in Winnipeg and Brandon over the next month. The Winnipeg meetings are set for Monday …

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Demolition 'devastating'
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Crescentwood residents are miffed a century-old home was demolished. They’ve posted drawings, flowers, RIP notes, sympathy cards and placed a wreath on the fence surrounding what is now a construction site. A …

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The gift of giving: students learn to pay it forward
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It may be better to give than receive, but some city students learned on Friday it is best to give and receive. To prepare for an event called Make Nice Happen, …

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Police dogs lead officers to suspects
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Winnipeg police pooches earned some extra treats after a busy Friday and early Saturday morning. Over the noon hour on Friday, police dog Jade led canine unit officer Const. Jeff Katcher …

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Two people in hospital after shooting on Aikins Street
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Winnipeg police are investigating a double shooting in the North End from early Saturday morning. Two people were taken to hospital, including an adult female in critical condition. She has since …

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Taxi companies seek court injunction over ride-hailing bylaw
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City cab companies are seeking a court injunction to block the city’s new bylaw that will allow ride-hailing services like Uber and Lyft to open in Winnipeg. Duffy’s and Unicity, the ……

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I see your crappy Robert Falcon Oulette card and raise you this- from the Canadian fossil discovery centre
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Dentist Anxiety – Need advice
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I'm looking for a dentist in Winnipeg who is understanding on severe patient anxiety. I had a bad experience when I was younger which has left me petrified of the dentists office. I have some noticeable tooth decay, as well as chipped teeth despite brushing and flossing every day – bad teeth genetics perhaps? On […]

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Best tattoo artist in Winnipeg?
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I want to get a small tattoo of an rose and I was wondering where the best place to go would be? I need someone who is good at intricate detail, I only want a small black outline of a rose. I don't need someone who is good at shading or realistic drawings, just someone […]

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accident question
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a friend of mine borrowed a car and he rear ended me with it. since its not his car would he pay 2x the deductible? and how much demerit would he get? – depending on it he might just fix it with money coming out of his own pockets submitted by /u/veros9 [link] […]

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COMMENTARY: The adults can chill. Canada’s kids are okay
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Ahead of cannabis legalization next year, there has been much fretting and hand-wringing about the potential for an increase in teen cannabis use.

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TTC to be free Sunday in honour of new Line 1 subway extension launch
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The free service includes all TTC services, including streetcars, buses and subways.

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Mysterious elf pops up in Fernie to ‘keep an eye on things’ until Christmas
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He’s been seen on a chairlift, at a grocery store, in shop windows, even atop a telephone pole.

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Gillam comes together to build outdoor rink days after recreation centre blaze
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A northern Manitoba community banded together and has a new outdoor hockey rink and curling lane, just days after a fire tore through the local recreational centre.

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Mayor says he remains confident in CAO Doug McNeil
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Mayor Brian Bowman says he remains confident in the abilities of his chief administrative officer in the wake of concerns about the city’s handling of the Sterling Lyon Parkway extension.

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Farm equipment maker MacDon sold in $1.2B deal
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GUELPH, Ont. — Linamar Corp. stock jumped nearly 12%, following its agreement to buy Winnipeg-based agriculture equipment maker MacDon Industries Ltd. for $1.2 billion. Linamar  stock rose 11.50% or $7.48 to close at $72.50 Friday on the Toronto Stock Exchange. It’s Linamar’s best day on the market since Nov. 7, when it reported a drop […]

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Kids' hospital restricts visits during flu season
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Annual Health Sciences Centre Children’s Hospital visitation restrictions are now in place as Manitoba moves to help its littlest residents avoid serious flu season complications. Anyone feeling sick as well as …

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Police nab suspect after getaway snowmobile breaks down
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A man accused of shooting a gun and trying to break into a house faces criminal charges after his getaway snowmobile broke down and police caught him. The episode took place …

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Workplace inspectors issue more orders to improve safety
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The province has served workplaces with 58 per cent more orders to improve safety and health since a change in enforcement policy directed inspectors to focus more narrowly on hazardous …

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Churchill awaits 27 tonnes of supplies, via winter road
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Twenty seven tonnes of goods – from dog food to Christmas presents – hit the road on Winnipeg Friday on an overland mission of mercy to Churchill. Winnipeg trucking company Polar …

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