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Police officers attacked making arrest
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A pair of police officers were attacked while making an arrest in St. Boniface on Monday evening. At around 9 p.m., officers were patrolling in the Central St. Boniface area when they spotted a male rummaging through property at the rear of a business. As the officers attempted to speak with him, he threw a […]

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RCMP arrest student with a gun at Selkirk high school, no one hurt
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SELKIRK, Man. — RCMP say they have arrested a student with a gun and ammunition at a high school in Selkirk. Mounties say they responded to a report of a student with a firearm. Educators put the Lord Selkirk Regional Comprehensive Secondary School into a lockdown as a precaution. Investigators say they arrested a 17-year-old […]

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Youth faces robbery, assault charges after beer vendor robbery
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A teenage boy faces robbery and assault charges after robbing a beer vendor on Monday evening. At around 8:30 p.m., police were called to a commercial robbery at a beer vendor in the 1400 block of St. Matthews Avenue. Police said a young male suspect had entered the store and selected a pack of beer. […]

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Winnipeg Jets waste 3-goal lead in overtime loss to Edmonton Oilers
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The Edmonton Oilers scored three times in the third period and again in overtime to beat the Winnipeg Jets 5-4 on Tuesday at Bell MTS Place.

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Calgarians raise concerns at 1st of 6 Olympic bid open houses
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People looked for more information about benefits, cost sharing and infrastructure upgrades that come with a potential bid.

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Legalization creates cannabis career boom in Winnipeg
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The legalization of cannabis has created a mini job boom in Winnipeg.

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'I replay that night so much': Someone Knows Something retraces slain teen's last night and haunting legacy
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The unsolved rape and killing of 15-year-old Kerrie Ann Brown — whom horseback riders found dead two days after she disappeared from a house party in Thompson, Man. — continues to haunt her family three decades after the devastating loss.

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FRIESEN: Bombers’ Walters says Gray has high ceiling
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The Winnipeg Blue Bombers have a general manager, after all. Kyle Walters, the now-you-see-him, now-you-don’t, front-office boss of the Bombers made a rare appearance before reporters, Tuesday. What a difference four weeks makes. Had Walters been available a month ago, the worry lines on his face would have been deeper, the bags below his eyes […]

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Manitoba cracking down on distracted drivers
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Manitoba is cracking down on drivers who use hand-held cellphones behind the wheel. As of Nov. 1, new rules will allow for short-term roadside licence suspensions and the fines will jump to $672 from $203, and the number of demerit points will increase to five from two. “Really, what this is about is safety,” said Infrastructure […]

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Belief in flu shot high, those getting it lower, says survey
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While nearly three-quarters of Winnipeggers believe getting the flu shot is important, only six out of 10 will actually get the annual vaccination. A new survey says 73% of those polled believe the flu shot should be sought ever year to help mitigate its spread and protect those most vulnerable to contracting the bug. But […]

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McDavid does it all for Oilers in win over Jets
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This was as close to a one-man show as you’re going to see. With Wayne Gretzky in the building on Tuesday, the current Edmonton Oilers captain found another gear as his team rallied from a three-goal deficit in the third period to defeat the Winnipeg Jets 5-4 in overtime. McDavid had two goals and four […]

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Waterloo sees record numbers vote early ahead of municipal election
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A record number of voters cast their ballots in the city of Waterloo ahead of the Oct. 22 election.

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Trump calls Elizabeth Warren ‘total fraud,’ offers to give DNA test himself
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U.S. President Donald Trump is lashing out at Democratic Sen. Elizabeth Warren after she released the results of her DNA test results.

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Happy birthday Bighill: Blue Bomber earns CFL honour, turns 30
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Winnipeg Blue Bombers linebacker Adam Bighill got a nice birthday gift from the CFL on Tuesday.

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Man carjacked at gunpoint after meeting someone about online ad
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A man who went to buy a notebook computer after answering an online ad instead found himself stranded after being carjacked at gunpoint.

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Distracted drivers in Manitoba will face licence suspension, tripling of fine
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If you’re caught driving while using a cellphone next month, police will strip you of your driver’s licence for three days and impose a fine that’s triple the existing financial penalty.

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Man believed to be high on meth kicks officers, threatens to stab them
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A 26-year-old man is charged with assaulting two police officers after they caught him rummaging through property at the back of a business in Winnipeg’s St. Boniface area.

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Selkirk high school student arrested after bringing gun, ammunition to school
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Manitoba RCMP arrested a 17-year-old high school student in Selkirk Tuesday after he brought a gun and ammunition to the school in his backpack.

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5 stores will open on 1st day of legal weed in Manitoba
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@CBCAlerts: "Canadian Union of Postal Workers issues strike notices to Canada Post. If deals cannot be reached over the weekend, service will be disrupted as of next Monday."
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City newspapers hastened demise of Rooster Town
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In Seeing Red: A History of Natives in Canadian Newspapers, academics Mark Cronlund Anderson and Carmen Robertson studied more than 40 Canadian regional and national publications between 1869 and 2009. …

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Delta 9's getting its joint ready for big day
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THE smell of fresh paint lingered in the air Monday afternoon inside the strip mall at 827 Dakota St. in south Winnipeg, where Delta 9 Cannabis will open its first …

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Stymied Parker lands developer files $30-M lawsuit against city, senior officials
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Winnipeg real estate developer Andrew Marquess has filed a lawsuit against city hall and four senior officials, accusing them of a co-ordinated effort to thwart his plan to develop the …

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Teen arrested, gun seized at Selkirk school
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Manitoba RCMP arrested a 17-year-old Selkirk student Tuesday, after he took a sawed-off shotgun and ammunition to school. Administration put Lord Selkirk Regional Comprehensive Secondary School into lockdown just before 11:10 ……

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Man in custody after altercation at Georgian Mall sends teen to hospital
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Police say one man is in custody and another is in hospital following a stabbing in Barrie.

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Bryan Adams’ ‘smog shadow’ looms large over New Delhi concertgoers
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‘In this photo, if you look carefully you can see my shadow silhouetted in the dust and smoke of the venue over the audience,’ Bryan Adams writes in the caption.

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Doug Ford’s plan to scrap cap and trade will mean $3 billion in lost revenue, FAO report says
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The Financial Accountability Office says in a report released today that the loss of revenue is greater than the savings achieved by cutting spending associated with the program, and will worsen Ontario’s budget position.

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Detective ID's 2017 murder suspect in surveillance footage at trial
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A homicide detective identified Christopher Brass on surveillance footage presented in court Tuesday that was recorded from three different settings the morning 21 months ago when Bryer Prysiazniuk-Settee was found dead in the snow.

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Former Winnipeg financial adviser fined $100K, suspended
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A former financial adviser from Winnipeg has been fined $100,000 and suspended for 18 months by a hearing panel that found him guilty of a number of infractions earlier this year.

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Province mum on whether MLA accused of harassment still on Manitoba Hydro board
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The provincial government is refusing to say whether a veteran minister accused of harassment still has a seat on the Manitoba Hydro board.

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'Nickel and diming health care is costing lives up north,' family says after man dies en route to appointment
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The family of a heart patient who died while on a 10-hour bus ride to his appointment say his death highlights major gaps in the health-care system for northern Manitoba.

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Bowman vows to continue fight against homelessness
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Brian Bowman says if he is re-elected as mayor, he wants to make sure no Winnipeggers are left behind. Bowman said Tuesday that he will continue support of the United Way’s Plan to End Homelessness, an initiative that city council pumped $150,000 into in 2015 to help United Way’s community efforts over the next decade. […]

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Parker Lands developer files suit against city administrators
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Lawyers for the would-be developer of the Parker Lands filed a lawsuit against four senior City of Winnipeg administrators on Tuesday. The lawsuit alleges the defendants, which include the city’s planning, property and development director John Kiernan, committed an abuse of their public office. “The lawsuit is triggered by and relates to: the unlawful and […]

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Piers Morgan shames ‘emasculated’ Daniel Craig for carrying daughter in ‘papoose,’ dads fire back
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On Monday, the breakfast talk show host tweeted a photo of the James Bond star carrying his daughter in what Morgan referred to as a “papoose.”

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Scott Thompson: Why do some want to spend legacy LRT money on maintenance issues?
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Why do some want to spend government money that has already been designated for the Hamilton LRT on maintenance issues?

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Halifax rolls out more designated smoking areas ahead of cannabis legalization
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There are several locations on the Halifax peninsula. Downtown has experienced a growth of the areas — with at least four cropping up on Argyle Street. 

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Kelowna house fire
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Kelowna fire fighters dealt with a house fire in Kelowna’s Upper-Mission Monday night.

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