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QuadrigaCX – Canadas BEST Bitcoin exchange
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Controversial redevelopment of Surrey golf course heading to public hearing
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The development would see the creation of about 325 homes and 4,000 sq. ft. of retail space.

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Meet the Greyhound customers who spent months seeking refunds after B.C.’s worst fire season
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“It appears there was a mistake made on our end, and we apologize to the customers for that.” 

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Alberta man convicted of criminal harassment in Creep Catcher case gets probation, fine
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An Alberta man convicted of criminal harassment for his involvement in a Creep Catchers sting has been fined $1,500 and must spend a year on probation.

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As other Okanagan cities crack down, Vernon moves to allow existing pot shops
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Vernon is moving forward with a bylaw Mayor Akbal Mund said will continue the status quo and allow the existing shops to keep operating while blocking new ones.

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Teenager sentenced for beating live streamed on Facebook
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An adult looking to exchange sex for money is “despicable,” but it doesn’t excuse a beating that was live streamed on Facebook, a Manitoba provincial court judge says.

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Come for the hockey, stay in school: inside the Winnipeg Jets Hockey Academy
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The Winnipeg Jets Hockey Academy wants to help enrich the lives of children in Winnipeg. The organization has done this through its ‘Living Philanthropy’ partnerships.

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Manitoba NDP leader wants Churchill to be hub for northern health care
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NDP leader Wab Kinew is joining a chorus of voices calling on governments to invest in Churchill’s hospital, developing it into a regional centre for Northerners.

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NDP wants province to turn Churchill into health-care hub
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Manitoba NDP Leader Wab Kinew wants the provincial government to take the lead on turning Churchill’s medical centre into a health-care hub servicing northern residents, Nunavut and even the Northwest …

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Hi Winnipeg I am looking for a way to start a business proposal that would require some funding and support from the city but I have no idea of where to start or even how to start any ideas?
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Mount Mayon: Philippines volcano may be near violent eruption – here’s what you need to know
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The Philippines’ most active volcano, Mount Mayon, exploded Monday spewing lava and ash and sending a massive plume of smoke into the air.

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Lawyers slam ‘de facto expulsion’ of University of Calgary student guilty of sexual interference
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The lawyers’ group calls the university’s move an act of cowardice and denial of fundamental due process.

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Tim Cook makes surprise 1st visit to Canada as Apple CEO, meets Toronto students in coding class
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Tim Cook surprised a class of children taking coding lessons at Apple’s Eaton Centre in Toronto.

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Ontario landlords want right to ban pot in rental units despite tenant laws
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Ontario landlords want the right to immediately ban the use of pot in rental properties when recreational weed is legalized this summer.

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Visitation for Holly Hamilton to be open to the public
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A public visitation for Holly Hamilton will be held on Friday at P.X. Dermody Funeral Home on Upper Gage.

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Manitoba roads claim second fewest lives since 1982: MPI
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Manitoba Public Insurance declared 2017 as one of the lowest years on record in terms of fatalities on Monday. The Crown corporation said 2017 saw the second lowest number of road deaths in the past 35 years. MPI said 73 people were killed in 65 fatal collisions, marking 2017 as one of the safest years […]

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Kinew lobbies province, feds for Churchill Health Centre
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Enhancing one northern health centre could speed up patient care and boost the area’s economy, according to Manitoba’s NDP leader. Wab Kinew is lobbying the provincial and federal governments to transform Churchill Health Centre into a regional health-care hub. Kinew said his tour of the facility last week, and discussions with the northern community it […]

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Jets back in first place, but rest of division keeping it close
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It’s hard to imagine there has ever been a time when parity — or at least the contrived cluster in the standings the NHL wants — has ever been greater. As the all-star break approaches, there are only eight teams in the entire league with a points percentage below .500. That’s right, just eight out of […]

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Storm hits Jets farm team
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The last time we checked out the farm, fields were lush, the skies were bright and a bountiful harvest appeared only a matter of time. The Manitoba Moose were on a 17-1-1 run at the time and had plowed their way to the top of the AHL standings. A stormy couple of weeks, though, have […]

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Red tape costs Manitoba biz $360M a year: CFIB
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Manitoba businesses spend $360 million a year to meet unnecessary regulations, according to the Canadian Federation of Independent Business. But others say the province needs to be more careful in deciding which ones to cut. CFIB Manitoba says federal, provincial and municipal regulations cost the province’s businesses $1.2 billion per year, of which they deem […]

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'He needs to hear about the pain': Victim impact statements delay sentencing in Winnipeg case
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An “unprecedented” number of victim impact statements has delayed the sentencing hearing for the killer of a Winnipeg high school student — and legal experts says the relatively new Canadian Victims Bill of Rights is to blame.

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'They want more for their life:' Winnipeg professor develops guide to support refugee students
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After years of development and discussion, a University of Winnipeg professor has created a new guide that aims to help refugee students thrive in the classroom.

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Time to put MLA conflict of interest info online
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When Manitoba’s legislative assembly modernizes its conflict of interest rules, one of the first things it should do is make politicians’ disclosure statements available online. Because right now, they’re only available in hard copy at the clerk’s office at the Manitoba Legislative Building during business hours. Under the province’s Legislative Assembly and Executive Council Conflict […]

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Steering clear of Hutchinson debate
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Winnipeg Jets goalie Michael Hutchinson last week acknowledged it felt “awkward” re-joining the team that shunned him to the minors for much of the season. That might also be the best way to describe Manitoba Moose head coach Pascal Vincent’s reaction to a question about Hutchinson, Monday. Asked if he’d like to see Hutchinson get […]

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Nearly 100 victim impact statements entered in sentencing for killer of Winnipeg teen
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A sentencing hearing for a Winnipeg man who admitted he murdered a teenager and stuffed his body in a garbage bin will go ahead with all 96 victim impact statements. Justice Glenn Joyal has ruled all the submissions are admissible, but only 16 from family and close friends will be read aloud in court. Nicholas […]

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Winnipeg’s second homicide of year
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The victim of a Thursday evening stabbing in Winnipeg’s West End neighbourhood has died. The homicide is Winnipeg’s second of the year. Police said 22-year-old Angel Beaulieu died Sunday from injuries sustained when she was stabbed in her lower body during an altercation in the 400 block of Furby Street at around 5:45 p.m. on […]

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Dog rescue group begs province for help
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A local dog rescue group that claims to have saved 4,000 dogs over the past three-and-a-half years is asking the provincial government to step in. But the province says the while they acknowledge there is an issue, it’s ultimately up to the municipalities and First Nations in the province to set bylaws that would help […]

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Hydro warns Keeyask price tag could hit $9.9B
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Manitoba Hydro admitted Monday that any more delays to the Keeyask generating megaproject could push the final cost as high as $9.9 billion. Keeyask project manager Dave Bowen told public utilities ……

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Pope Francis sorry for insisting sexual abuse victims need to show ‘proof’
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But he also doubled down on defending a Chilean bishop accused by victims of covering up for the country’s most notorious pedophile priest.

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Okanagan Crime Stoppers looking for tips after thief steals its donation box
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Two men bolted from a convenience store in Kelowna with the Crime Stoppers donation box, according to surveillance video.

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Saskatoon weather outlook: foggy mornings make way for a mild week
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Foggy mornings make way for a mild start to the week, but there is a cool down in Saskatoon’s weather forecast ahead.

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Winnipeg mother relieved she'll get her citizenship back
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​A Winnipeg mother, who received a letter from the government telling her she wasn’t entitled to Canadian citizenship, has since been told she’ll be invited to a citizenship ceremony where she’ll be able to resume her Canadian identity.

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Hug Mug hut lets skaters step into giant cup of hot chocolate at The Forks
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Students at Mennonite Brethren Collegiate Institute designed and built the Hug Mug, a hut in the shape of a giant mug, complete with marshmallows.

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Main Street business locks doors after several incidents with suspected meth users
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The owner of a Winnipeg pet store is locking her doors during business hours, asking customers to knock to get in, because she feels unsafe after several run-ins with people she suspects were high on crystal meth.

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Winnipeg guitarist who left mother to die on floor pleads guilty to negligence
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Ron Siwicki has pleaded guilty to criminal negligence after his injured 89-year-old mother was left to die on the floor of their shared Winnipeg home.

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School board silent on trustee's suspension
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Liberal Leader Dougald Lamont demanded Friday that Louis Riel School Division board explain publicly why it took the extraordinary step of suspending trustee Robert Page for a month. The board is …

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Experts find language the biggest obstacle for refugee students
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Public school teachers are not prepared to handle the huge influx of newcomer and refugee students and require more training, says a new book by two Winnipeg educators to be …

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Know where to get good office chairs?
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Looking for a really good & ergonomic chair, possibly a Teknion Contessa or Herman Miller. Does anyone know where to get a good price on one of these (it is okay if it is slightly used) or something comparable? submitted by /u/ISometimesProgram [link] [comments]

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Is skipthedishes a reliable job in our city?
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Im looking to work flexible hours(Im a student), working part time around 20hours is too heavy for me with all my school work and I was wondering how skipthedishes is for our city(pay, flow of work, etc.) submitted by /u/Vinsanityyy [link] [comments]

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