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QuadrigaCX – Canadas BEST Bitcoin exchange
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Sask. Party candidates face off in 4th debate in North Battleford
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Candidates squared off in North Battleford on Thursday for the fourth Saskatchewan Party leadership candidate debate.

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London Lightning set to defend NBL Canada title
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The 2017-18 season is about to begin for the London Lightning and they appear poised to make another run.

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Music Career Day offers London artists access to industry professionals
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The event runs from 9 a.m. until 4 p.m. today at the Wolf Performance Hall downtown.

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Pentagon retweets call for Donald Trump to resign
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The retweet has since been deleted.

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Mel Gibson weighs in on Hollywood sexual harassment scandals
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Appearing on Thursday’s ‘Late Late Show,’ Mel Gibson addressed the growing number of sexual harassment accusations in Hollywood.

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Watch the Canadian mixed curling championship
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Watch live as the Canadian mixed curling championship continues in Swan River, Man. The winner of the tournament, which will be decided Saturday, represents Canada at the 2018 world mixed curling championship.

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'She was just an amazing person': Winnipegger who died in Cambodia remembered as kind, compassionate
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A young substitute teacher from Winnipeg who died while travelling in Cambodia is being remembered by a friend for her big heart and generous spirit.

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Execution anniversary of Louis Riel inspires exhibit of rare, curious items
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It’s been 132 years since Louis Riel was hanged for treason, but interest in the leader of the Métis and the founder of Manitoba has never waned.

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Police release new details on truck Amber Guiboche was seen getting into before 2010 disappearance
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Seven years after Amber Guiboche disappeared, police have new information about the truck she was seen getting into on the night she went missing.

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Woofs welcome at first downtown off-leash dog park
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Winnipeg’s downtown is now home to a gated community — for dogs, that is. Mayor Brian Bowman fulfilled one of his campaign promises Thursday, officially opening the city’s first off-leash dog …

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Order Unique Figures Online from Willow Tree
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Easily express your emotions to your loved one by gifting unique, beautiful and creative figures. Willow Tree offers a wide range of figures created by famous & well-known artist Susan Lordi. Our every piece of figures are cast from her original carvings and individually painted by hand. To shop now visit – https://www.willowtree.com/Figures/901002001,default,sc.html

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Wanted: Peachland bylaw officer with a thick skin
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Apparently some Peachland residents don’t like being told what to do — especially when it comes from a bylaw officer.

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Special counsel Mueller subpoenas a dozen Donald Trump campaign officials: report
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Mueller’s team issued the subpoena in October, requesting that documents from several key campaign officials be handed over which include documents related to Russia.

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Steele & Drex: Marijuana advent calendars turn out to be holiday hit for Vancouver dispensary
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“It’s been crazy popular, we’ve actually stopped accepting payments today to make sure that we have enough boxes and I had to hire three more people to help out.”

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How is the City of Calgary preparing for marijuana legalization?
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One-hundred-fifty stakeholders have already contacted the city about getting into the cannabis business.

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Sex predator who targeted young runaways gets 21 years
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A child sex predator whose victims included a young girl who later died of suicide has been sentenced to 21 years in prison. Kevin Rose, 44, previously pleaded guilty to 19 offences involving five girls between the ages of 13 and 17 and a 22-year-old woman.

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Toronto investment firm gets on board with Churchill port, northern rail purchase
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CBC News has learned that Toronto-based investment company Fairfax Financial Holdings will partner with two Manitoba ownership groups to attempt a purchase of Omnitrax’s assets in the province.

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Settlement reached in 'sexually toxic workplace' lawsuits against dealership
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Two ex-staffers from a Winnipeg car dealership who came forward this summer alleging they were sexually harassed and assaulted at work have reached a settlement with the business they say allowed the attacks to happen.

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Deep Jets lineup pulls it out, but where does Perreault go, long-term?
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It was billed as the deepest lineup the Winnipeg Jets have iced in their six-plus seasons, with nary a soul on the injured list. Of course, the Jets turned in one of their more uneven performances of the season against the Philadelphia Flyers, Thursday. It took a goal by Mark Scheifele with less than a […]

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Didn’t have their best, but Jets gut out win over Flyers
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Progress can come in many forms. For the Winnipeg Jets, the latest step in their continuing transformation was more about what they didn’t do rather than what they did. After falling behind 2-0 to a Philadelphia Flyers team that had gone 158 minutes and 36 seconds between goals, it would have been easy for the […]

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Getting screwed around by MPI – need help
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In short, I wrote off my vehicle two months ago. It was 3 years old, had only 30,000 km, and in great condition overall. MPI offered me $26,000. I've shopped around & can't find the same vehicle for less than $29,000. And all of those have considerably more mileage than mine. I countered with $28,000, […]

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Winnipeg Fans’ Yelling, Opinions & Knowledge Help Jets Win
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Deer Lodge Centre adds new beds for seniors with behavioural issues
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Eleven new beds will be available starting Monday for patients in the special needs behavioural unit at Deer Lodge Centre. The centre’s chief operating officer Kevin Scott helped cut the ribbon …

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Court learns of Guido Amsel's fraud complaint filed against ex-wife
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Before he was accused of trying to kill his ex-wife and local lawyers with bombs delivered through the mail, Guido Amsel went to police with a fraud complaint. Amsel, now 51, …

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Winnipeg man sentenced to 21 years for sexually exploiting underage girls
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For years, a 44-year-old Winnipeg duct-cleaner preyed on foster children, chronic runaways and vulnerable girls who had drug addictions or mental-health issues. He used them, recruited them into the sex …

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Train crash in Singapore has Edmonton city councillors thinking about Metro Line problems
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A commuter train crash in Singapore is getting attention in Edmonton because the same contractor doing work on the city’s problem-plagued Metro Line has done signalling work for Singapore.

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Vancouver’s unsolved homicide rate is higher than any other metro area in Canada: stats
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“I think we’ve been trending in the right direction in most cases,” said Vancouver Mayor Gregor Robertson.

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Workshops show that improv is for everyone
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Improv is a life skill, according to Riva Billows, executive director of Common Crow Improv Co.

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CRITIPEG: Accumulation of Moments  Spent Under Water with the Sun and Moon
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Charlene Vickers’ Accumulation of Moments Spent Under Water with the Sun and Moon is an art show with the future on its mind. 

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The New Customs – All Walls Fall
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A neo-folk duo from our very own city, The New Customs is made up of locals Emma Cloney and Dale Brown. 

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Petric follows feuds with balance
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Winnipeg country music fans will soon have a new album to help keep them dancing through the winter months. 

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Reconsidering Black Friday
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The Friday following American Thanksgiving is widely known as Black Friday. But to some, it is celebrated as Black Friday’s antithesis, Buy Nothing Day.

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Darcy Oake refutes criticism of proposed drug treatment centre named after brother
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Winnipeg magician Darcy Oake denies his family received any “backroom deal” in their efforts to convert the old Vimy Arena in St. James into a long-term drug rehabilitation facility.

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RCMP associations raise concerns after prisoner breaks free during transport
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Two organizations representing RCMP members are raising concerns over inmate-transport protocol one day after a prisoner assaulted a Mountie and escaped hours before being fatally shot by RCMP.

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Mayor fulfils downtown dog park promise
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A small slice of downtown is going to the dogs. Winnipeg’s first off-leash downtown dog park is now officially open to canines. The city budgeted $400,000 to create the 0.12-hectare (12,900-square-foot) area within Bonnycastle Park, fulfilling one of Mayor Brian Bowman’s 2014 election campaign promises.  “It’s wonderful to be able to provide our canine friends […]

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WRHA boosts bed count for dementia patients
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Eleven dementia care beds have been added to the Deer Lodge Centre, the Winnipeg Regional Health Authority announced Thursday. The long-term beds were opened for seniors with behavioural or psychological dementia symptoms and will be located in the Special Needs Behavioral Unit at Deer Lodge. The 11 new beds brings to 32 the total number […]

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October collision trends ‘disturbing’: MPI
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Upwards of 12,000 claims for collisions were made to Manitoba Public Insurance in the month of October, a trend MPI called “disturbing” on Thursday. MPI said 12 people were killed in collisions in the month, which is above the five-year average of eight. Collision counts were 8% higher in October 2017 than the same time […]

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No evidence Tory gas tax will curb emissions
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The Pallister government has finally released a background paper that was supposed to show how its proposed carbon tax, announced last month, will reduce greenhouse gas emissions in Manitoba. Unfortunately, it provides no such evidence at all. The paper, pulled together by provincial officials in recent weeks following media requests for evidence that a five-cent […]

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New plans for Highway 75 a cost-saver, province says
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A plan to raise Highway 75 beyond the reach of most floods could soon be partially replaced with a detour, which the province expects to cost about half the price. Since 2013, the Manitoba government has planned to raise a section of the key route to the United States. The goal was to protect against […]

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Local music artists step up for one of their own
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A fundraising show at the West End Cultural Centre on Saturday is a musical family affair depending on the kindness of strangers. A Song for Annika was organized by singer-songwriter Scott Nolan for the wife of former bandmate Sky Onosson, who plays bass for New Meanies, a ’90s fave who still perform occasionally. She was […]

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