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How hired postpartum help is becoming more commonplace for moms
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Unlike birth doulas, who help mothers during pregnancy and childbirth, postpartum doulas step in after the baby arrives.

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Indian and Metis Friendship Centre to reopen, and Bear Clan wants in
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The Indian and Metis Friendship Centre was recently ruined by vandals, but the North End fixture will likely reopen again — just maybe not at its current location, and preferably with input from the Bear Clan, patrol co-founder James Favel says.

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Garry McLean, lead plaintiff in Indian Day School class action lawsuit, dead at 67
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An Indigenous leader and mentor at the centre of a multi-billion dollar lawsuit against the federal government over Indian Day Schools has died.

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Train carrying oil collides with gravel truck in western Manitoba
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A train carrying petroleum struck a gravel truck Tuesday that was trying to cross an intersection near Westbourne, about 110 kilometres west of Winnipeg.

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TSB says improved tankers involved in Manitoba derailment that spilled crude
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Federal investigators say CN railcars that spilled crude after derailing on farm land in western Manitoba were upgraded tankers.

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Manitoba offers Trudeau an olive branch in carbon tax battle
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(Bloomberg) — At least one conservative party premier in Canada is willing to work with Prime Minister Justin Trudeau on his controversial new carbon tax. While conservative leaders in Ontario, Alberta and Saskatchewan have pledged to fight the levy, Manitoba Premier Brian Pallister says he’s open to renegotiating the rate of the carbon tax with […]

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Man dead after workplace incident in northwest Calgary
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One man is dead after what Alberta Labour is calling a workplace incident Tuesday morning.

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Nunavut hockey team making history at Canada Winter Games
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A hockey team from Nunavut is making history this week as it competes for the first time at the Canada Winter Games in Red Deer, Alberta.

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Petro-Canada installing 50 fast-charging EV stations across the country — but is there demand?
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Petro-Canada said more than 50 EV stations will be located at gas stations along the Trans-Canada Highway, from Nova Scotia to British Columbia.

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USask research on apparent hungry slugs reveals new timeline for life on Earth
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Research on African fossils involving the University of Saskatchewan suggests organisms on Earth were capable of movement 2.1 billion years ago.

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Saskatchewan government commits $2 million to build Prince Albert hospice
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The RGHA is planning on building a hospice to provide end-of-life care and comfort for terminal patients of the Prince Albert, Sask., area.

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Live Comedy Podcast Recording Tonight!
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Hey all! If you're looking for something to do on this lovely Louis Riel Day, why not head down to the Park Theatre to catch a live recording of Superbomb, the podcast about the most comically-bad comic book films ever made. Tonight's special guests are local comedians Ashley Burdett, Paul Rabliauskas and Kids in the […]

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City hoping to reduce carbon footprint with potential purchase of electric vehicles
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Hot water tank Q’s and company recommendations??
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Hey all, I noticed a few days ago that my hot water tank (Rheem R40-33M … 40 gallon/gas supply) has a slow dripping leak coming from the bottom. We have been in our house for 3.5 years, so the tank is at least that old (probably a few years older is my guess). First question, […]

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Heated bus shacks
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Westbound Broadway @ Osborne is confirmed heated as of 5:20pm submitted by /u/duhRealZap [link] [comments]

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FRIESEN: Slumping Jets need a shakeup
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The trade deadline for the Winnipeg Jets was always supposed to be about bolstering an already dangerous team for a playoff run. Add a second-line forward, the thinking went, and the Jets should be as good a bet as any to reach another Western Conference Final, and beyond. But things have changed over the last […]

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Pallister sees deficit narrowing next fiscal year
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Manitoba’s budget deficit will narrow by more than $100 million next fiscal year, leaving room for Premier Brian Pallister to fulfill his pledge to eventually cut the provincial sales tax by a percentage point. Manitoba will post a budget gap of less than $400 million for the 2019-20 fiscal year, down from a forecast of […]

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Winnipeg’s delayed budget to be revealed March 1
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The City of Winnipeg is set to table its delayed budget on March 1. The budget will be tabled at a special meeting of the city’s executive policy committee. “This has been a challenging budget year considering continued demand for high quality services, the need to improve the city’s efficiency and control costs, as well […]

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Manitoba back in the thick of things at the Scotties after upset win over Ontario
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SYDNEY, N.S. — Manitoba’s Tracy Fleury has seen all this before. When she represented Northern Ontario at the Scotties Tournament of Hearts last year, her team started out 0-2 and bounced back to finish pool play with a 5-2 record. After starting out 0-2 again this year with a different team, from a different province, […]

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JETS GAME DAY: Will extra rest benefit Winnipeg against Colorado?
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Winnipeg Jets (36-19-4) at Colorado Avalanche (24-24-11) 7:30 pm CT. Pepsi Center TV: TSN3. Radio: TSN 1290 THE BIG MATCHUP Connor Hellebuyck vs Semyon Varlamov With one team trying to snap a two-game losing streak and the other trying to get above the playoff line, motivation won’t be lacking for either of the masked men. […]

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Roger Stone apologizes after posting Instagram photo showing judge next to crosshairs
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“Any inference that this was meant to somehow threaten the Judge or disrespect court is categorically false,” Stone said in a statement posted to Instagram.

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Rod Rosenstein, who appointed Mueller to Russia probe, to quit as deputy AG in March: official
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Rosenstein is expected to step down by mid March, a Justice Department official said on Monday.

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Vancouver vegan cheese shop told they can no longer use the word ‘cheese’ in packaging
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The Canadian Food Inspection Agency (CFIA) has ordered Blue Heron Creamery to stop calling their products ‘cheese’.

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WHL Roundup: Monday, February 18, 2019
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Dylan Myskiw stopped all 38 shots he faced as the Edmonton Oil Kings blanked the Medicine Hat Tigers 5-0 on Monday afternoon in Western Hockey League action.

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Venezuelan gov’t to stage concerts to rival Richard Branson’s charity show
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The rival bids for aid and concerts to shore up support are part of a tense bid by both Maduro and the opposition to break a monthlong stalemate over power in Venezuela.

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City eases fleet into electric tech with planned vehicle purchases, charging stations
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The City of Winnipeg is calling for pitches from charging station manufacturers as it plans to add two electric vehicles to its fleet of 2,200.

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CN apologizes to rancher 'kept in the dark' after oil-carrying train cars derailed
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A rancher whose land is being cleaned up after a CN derailment sent dozens of crude oil-carrying cars toppling onto his western Manitoba property says the company has apologized for not immediately reaching out to him after the incident.

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Stranded on coral, Winnipeg sailor determined to finish trip around North America
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A Winnipeg retiree who sold everything to sail around North America says he’s determined to continue despite hitting a reef and destroying his boat off the coast of Honduras.

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Future Oscar winners pitch scripts
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For those of you who don’t have 2019 calendars, allow me to point out there are only — hold on while I count — five more sleeps until the 91st …

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Feds' new energy bill draws criticism from western provinces
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OTTAWA — A controversial reform of how Ottawa approves energy projects that has drawn loud protests across Western Canada could also have profound implications for Manitoba, legislators argue. The federal Liberals …

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Students enlisted to write books teaching tolerance
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A human rights advocacy group is promoting diversity to students with a new contest, and the winner could become a published author and pocket $3,000 in the process. B’nai Brith Canada …

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Don't rename Emerson constituency, MLA urges
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Emerson MLA Cliff Graydon wants to see his constituency keep its name in the next provincial election, which would require reversing a decision made by an independent commission to rename ……

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Roblin man’s legacy lives on after generous donation
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A legacy of Roblin man who loved horses and the nature around him in western Manitoba will now live on after his family donated a slice of land he owned near Riding Mountain National Park to the Nature Conservancy of Canada on Monday. Bob Mickelson, a long-time resident of the area, owned the tranquil, 418-acre (169-hectare) […]

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Police warn of scams as tax season nears
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With the time coming to pay the taxman, the Winnipeg Police Service is reminding the public to be conscious of potential scams and frauds. Those scams come in various iterations with the most common including telemarketing, online, email and text message, identity theft, business, mail and door-to-door scams. Police say each of those methods utilized to […]

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Woman in hospital: Portage man charged with attempted murder after fire 
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PORTAGE LA PRAIRIE, Man. — A man in southern Manitoba has been charged with attempted murder following an apartment fire that injured a woman. The 38-year-old man from Portage la Prairie is also facing charges of arson with disregard for human life and forcible confinement. RCMP allege the injured woman was being held against her will when […]

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Letters: February 19, 2019
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Under the bus Did anyone else notice that when Trudeau announced how disappointed he was in Wilson-Raybould he was in a Winnipeg bus depot and his speech podium was right beside a city bus? His disappointment stemmed from her not advising him what common sense is. Wonder what the rest of the Liberal caucus thought […]

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Edmonton physiotherapist suffers serious injuries in Whitemud Drive crash
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An Edmonton physiotherapist has been identified as the woman seriously injured when she was struck by a vehicle on Whitemud Drive over the weekend.

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