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QuadrigaCX – Canadas BEST Bitcoin exchange
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Mother Nature plays trick on River Trail
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Thanks to more normal February temperatures over the last few days and by popular demand, a portion of the Red River Mutual Trail re-opened Saturday. Unfortunately it didn’t stay that way very long.

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Stolen vehicle, suspect found at Brandon courthouse
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Brandon police didn’t have to go far to arrest a suspect believed to have stolen a vehicle on Friday morning – he was already in the courthouse. The arrest of a 21-year-old the Brandon man came about 30 minutes after a 2008 Chevrolet Equinox was reported stolen from a parking lot on Cornell Bay…

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Police rescue occupants from block after spotting fire
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Two Winnipeg police officers came to the rescue of several residents of a Spence Street apartment block during a fire early Saturday morning. The Division 11 officers entered the burning building on the 500 block of Spence St., which was filled with smoke, around 2:30 a.m. after spotting the

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'It's not going to be right without her': Sister of teen killed in foster care plans birthday vigil
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Lydia Whitford’s sister Jessica is inviting the public to light a candle for her on her birthday as her family continues to search for answers.

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Animal services checking licenses at dog park
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Hey, just a heads up for anyone with an unlicensed dog: as of about 30 minutes ago Animal Services is at Charleswood Dog Park (Grant at Morray) checking dog licenses. submitted by /u/cptmartha [link] [comments]

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cangene\prometic?
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Hey Guys, I was looking up plasma donations and it seems like Cangene was purchased by Prometic. It seems like Cangene used to compensate for the donations but I cant find any thing on the prometic website saying they compensate. Have any of you dealt with them and do they compensate? submitted by […]

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Hearing to decide who has standing at inquest into jail death
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A hearing will be held March 15 to determine who can participate in the inquest into the death of Bradley Errol Greene. Greene, 26, died on May 1, 2016, after suffering medical distress while in custody at the Winnipeg Remand Centre. He had been arrested April 30 by police on a warrant for a

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A daughter's complaints
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By the time she reached out to share her hospital diary, she had been at her elderly father’s bedside for 30 days and 30 nights. Sleeping, when she could, next to him in a chair. The handwritten fax the woman I will call Marie was sent to the Free Press from the Health Sciences Centre

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OCN Blizzard’s Brady Keeper Named MJHL MVP
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OCN Blizzard defenceman Brady Keeper will have to make a little more room on his mantle after winning two major MJHL awards including most valuable player. The 20-year-old Cross Lake, Man. product has scored a career-high 22 goals as well as 23 assists in 45 games so far this season. Keeper was also named the […]

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Defence lawyer for the man accused of killing Candace Derksen files motion to stay case
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The defence lawyer for the man accused of killing Candace Derksen has asked that the case be stayed, arguing that the DNA used to link Mark Edward Grant to the murder was flawed and cannot be independently verified because it no longer exists.

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Deloraine, Man. residents weigh in on $3.7M community hall and curling rink
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The conclusion to a months-long debate over a proposed $3.7-million recreation complex in a Manitoba town is in sight after a public hearing on Thursday.

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Bipole II tower down for 2 days after being hit by farmer in tractor
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Manitoba Hydro’s Bipole II line was knocked out of service this week after a farmer drove into one of its towers with a tractor, a Hydro spokesperson confirmed Friday.

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Royal Canadian Mint struggles to make money: documents
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Once a cash cow, the Royal Canadian Mint is struggling to make money. Internal documents and other reports show the mint is facing strong headwinds as sales of collector coins tank, revenues diminish and profits fall.

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Asylum seekers learning to cope without hands after frostbitten walk into Canada
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It’s been exactly two months since Seidu Mohammed and Razak Iyal almost froze to death walking across the border into Manitoba from the United States, and while they’re grateful to be in Canada, they’re struggling to cope.

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Games tickets to go on sale Tuesday
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Get ready to have your pick of two weeks of summer sports excitement in Winnipeg. Individual day passes and tickets to the opening and closing ceremonies and medal competitions for the 2017 Canada Summer Games go on sale Tuesday morning at ticketmaster.ca. “Ticket sales are going well. Up

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Le première manitobaine sur la rivière Rouge
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Le bateau-dragon est l’épicentre d’une nouvelle vague d’engouement mondial. Mais d’une grosse nouvelle vague figée. Depuis fin 2015, les passionnés de cette pirogue se paient le plaisir de pagayer sur la glace. La première manitobaine aura lieu le 25

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Whose day planners? The Uniter’s day planners
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For our online exclusive edition of Whose House, we offer a glimpse into the making of your weekly paper, by way of our planners.

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Highlights from black media
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What to watch, listen to and read by black creators

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Sean Skene has set himself on fire – for work
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Sean Skene has been beaten up, set on fire and launched from the roof of a moving Jeep – all in the name of a day’s work.

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Hitting puberty in the advent of instant messaging
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Instant Messaging (IMing) is a popular, inexpensive way to keep in touch with friends. But it wasn’t so long ago that online communication was exciting and new, leaving lasting impressions on those who engaged with it.

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User-friendly cameras mean more diversity in film
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Local filmmakers have seen a shift in power dynamics on set within the last few years, mostly due to advances in technology.

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NDP pushes government to invest $10M to entice drivers to go green
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Should the province loan you the cash to buy an electric car?

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University Roundup: Wog Gets Gold, Bisons Men’s BBall Advances
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SHERBROOKE, QC – Bisons swimming phenom Kelsey Wog again proved why she’s one of the top swimmers in Canada, grabbing her first ever U Sports championship medal Friday. The rookie from Winnipeg captured gold in the 100M breaststroke, setting a new personal best time in the win. She also ranked first in the 50M and […]

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Manitoba Moves On To Final At The Scotties
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ST. CATHERINES, ON – Ontario’s Rachel Homan spent most of this week plowing through opponents at the Scotties Tournament of Hearts. But Michelle Englot’s Manitoba rink has proved to be a difficult beast to tame. The team from Winnipeg’s Granite advanced to Sunday’s final with a 9-8 win in a very entertaining 1 vs. 2 […]

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Ralph Goodale to raise illegal border crossings with U.S. officials in coming days
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Canada’s public safety minister says he’ll be discussing the growing issue of asylum seekers trying to sneak across the border into Canada with senior officials in the United States in the coming few days.

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3 steps the government must take to regain control of immigration
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It is time for the Canadian government to take back control of our immigration policy in a manner that protects Canadians, ensures our immigration policy is effective and also protects individuals fleeing persecution.

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Confidence and competence: Tips on talking to kids about personal safety
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Noni Classen, director of education at the Canadian Centre for Child Protection, weighs in with some advice for how to make sure your child knows what to do in an unsafe situation.

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Police search for person of interest after girl, 14, finds substance on her back at the mall
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Winnipeg police are asking the public to help identify a person of interest after a 14-year-old girl found what police believe may have been a bodily fluid on her back while at St. Vital Centre on Sunday.

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MUTIYAAR LYRICS – Happy Raikoti
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Mutiyaar Lyrics by Happy Raikoti is a Punjabi song composed by Laddi Gill and written by Happy Raikoti while it is released by Speed Records

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Justice backlog targeted as chief justices recommend eliminating preliminary hearings
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Manitoba’s justice minister has joined three provincial chief justices in calling on Ottawa to green-light a pilot project to eliminate preliminary hearings.

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New CEO at Liquor & Lotteries
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Longtime Manitoba Liquor & Lotteries executive Peter Hak has been named the new president and CEO of the crown corporation, the board of directors announced Friday.

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Restaurant where you could play 16-bit games by the hour, think it was called "Gamers", does anyone remember this place or did I make it up?
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Hey all, I remember there was a short lived restauraunt, I can't remember the name but I feel like it was either called Gamers or that was what I chose to call it. You could rent time on a bunch of TVs with Genesis and SNES games, and change the game as often as you […]

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Looked at another house today that has knob and tube wiring.
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WOW! I was wondering where my post went. Sorry didn't mean to upload it, here's the full post! I went and looked at another house today and noticed that one of the outlets wasn't grounded so I asked if it was still knob and tube wiring. The realtor said no but upon checking the electrical […]

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Why does MTS love Neepawa Public Access TV so much?
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I'm looking at MTS' stripped-down "skinny cable" plan which basically just includes the big Canadian and US networks. And NAC TV, where people randomly read the local newspaper and they show kids hockey games. https://www.mts.ca/residential/tv WTF? submitted by /u/NH787 [link] [comments]

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Massive mineral claim
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It could be a mining bonanza for southeastern Manitoba. An incognito Alberta company’s colossal mineral claim suggests a huge area surrounding Steinbach could be sitting atop something valuable. If it’s there. Whatever it is. “The speculation is they’re looking for…

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Bowman welcomes Uber, promises to reduce red tape at state of the city speech
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Winnipeg Mayor Brian Bowman used his annual state of the city speech to express support for ride-sharing services like Uber, promise to reduce the red tape associated with permits and say he’s made progress on reopening Portage and Main to pedestrians.

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Battle brewing between heavyweights Manitoba, Ontario in Scotties playoffs
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A pair of intriguing rematches are on tap as the playoff round opens at the Scotties Tournament of Hearts, with Manitoba facing Ontario in the 1 vs. 2 game, and Team Canada taking on Northern Ontario in the 3 vs. 4 matchup.

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Brandon man, 60, charged with sexually assaulting 2 youth
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A 60-year-old Brandon man has been charged with sexual assault after touching a girl in an “inappropriate manner” and making a second youth touch his exposed genitals, police say.

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Emerson Adjusting To Media Attention
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EMERSON –Before the news broke of asylum seekers crossing the border into Emerson, it had been over ten years since the town’s reeve had done media interviews. The slower country pace had taken a sharp turn for Greg Janzen, who has spoken to media from all over the world in the last two weeks. The […]

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Police Looking For man After ‘Disturbing’ Incident At St. Vital Centre
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WINNIPEG – The Winnipeg Police Service has released the description of a man wanted in a “disturbing” incident at St. Vital Centre. The Sex Crimes Unit is investigating after a mother contacted police to share her daughter’s unsettling story Sunday. The mother, who asked not to be identified, first shared the story on Facebook. READ […]

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