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Why is it "Earls" on Main Street, but "earls" on St. Mary’s and on Portage?
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Where can I get FreeRange, antibiotic, grass fed meat in the city?
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As the post title says, where can I get free range, antibiotic free etc. meats in the city? Thanks! submitted by /u/Garbageday5 [link] [comments]

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Who are active local influencers on instagram? Love to see a list of your local faves.
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Looking to follow local influencers who will give me local current and interesting content – 204 related. Can be fitness, food, real estate- I want to discover more interesting locals. Who's making waves on Instagram as a winnipeger these days. Thanks a lot, looking forward to dig in. submitted by /u/Tavrabbit [link] […]

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Funny question. Syringe :)
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Its fluids school project time! Its more problematic than it sounds 🙂 I need a few syringes. Rather bigger ones (10-15cm3). I went to rexall and asked if they have so I can buy it. I got strange looks and they gave me two 3cm3. Free of charge. So I went to Shoppers and asked […]

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1 dead, 2 injured in rollover near Big River, Sask.
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A 24-year-old man was killed in a rollover on a grid road west of Big River, Sask.

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Several homes evacuated in RM of Montcalm due to localized flooding
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The RM of Montcalm, located along the Manitoba/North Dakota border, has declared a State of Local Emergency due to floodwaters overtaking a section of an area road.

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Former London Knight Kelly Thomson dies at age 34
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Kelly Thomson passed away Sunday, days after his 34th birthday.

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Quebec flooding: How to help, where to donate
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Looking to help out those affected by flooding? You can volunteer or donate.

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Huawei’s Q1 revenue grows 39% despite company controversy
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Chinese tech giant Huawei said Monday its revenue rose 39 per cent over a year earlier in the latest quarter despite U.S. pressure on allies to shun its telecom technology as a security risk.

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Digging for gems in Florida: Bombers’ mini-camp heavy on receivers and defensive backs
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BRADENTON, Fla. — Unable to secure a big-play receiver through free agency, the Winnipeg Blue Bombers will have to go the in-house route to fill a void that haunted them last season. The process of unearthing that potential gem started last year when the Bombers brought in promising but CFL-untested receivers Corey Washington, Kenbrell Thompkins, […]

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New website aims to spread info about bees
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A new pollinator conservation website has been added just in time for Earth Day. The Living Prairie Museum and Bee Better Manitoba launched the site Monday, which aims to help conserve bees and other pollinators. The site, beebettermb.ca, offers detailed tips to create a pollinator habitat. It also notes the various pollinators found in Manitoba, […]

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Three in critical condition after emergency at Winnipeg apartment pool
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Police say two children and a man have been sent to hospital in critical condition after emergency crews were called to a swimming pool in a Winnipeg apartment complex. The call came in shortly before 5 p.m. Sunday about an emergency at the complex in the city’s west end, not far from the airport. There […]

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Flood water forces evacuations, road closure in southern Manitoba
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The Rural Municipality of Montcalm, which stretches from the U.S. border to Morris along Hwy. 75, declared a state of local emergency Monday morning after floodwaters overtook a section of an area road. A provincial spokesperson says multiple residences face a mandatory evacuation order “as a precaution due to access issues.” The province says its […]

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Laughing off the winter blues
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At the Winnipeg Comedy Festival, even the volunteers are funny sometimes. Take Ed Buller, for example. While selling 50/50 tickets to festival attendees, Buller has been known to shout, “Buy two for …

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Heavy metal and knitting: not such a motley crew
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If I asked you to name two things that naturally go together, you would probably come up with something like peanut butter and jelly. Or salt and pepper. Possibly spaghetti and ……

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Class 1 drivers here?
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Hey guys, I'm looking in to changing careers. I've been thinking about getting my class 1, and hopefully in to long haul driving. When I was younger I sat in on a Reimer trucking welcome meeting to see if I would be interested in such a job; back then I was lazy, and content with […]

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I feel like these guys should have waited a little longer on this job ad
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Larger bags of Perlite?
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Starting a small raised bed and looking to mix in 8 cu. ft. Of perlite. Rona/CT/HD only show small 9L bags on their website. Anyone know where I can find bigger bags? Preferably in the SW? submitted by /u/Gar13 [link] [comments]

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Chain link fences.
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Looking to get a chain link fence done. Does anyone have a recommendation for a company that does chain link fence for residential. TIA submitted by /u/teacup18 [link] [comments]

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Cat followed me home, I tried to drop him off where I found him (St Matthews & Toronto) but he followed me again so I’m letting him sleep over.
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Calgary’s Sri Lankan community rallies around family who lost loved one in Easter Sunday blasts
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Prayers were said for victims of the Sri Lankan attacks at Calgary churches on Easter Sunday.

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Vancouver humanitarian promotes therapy for amputees, thanks to gift from Yaletown shooting survivor
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Reckless Bikes owner Paul Dragan has partnered with local humanitarian Stephen Sumner to help those dealing with phantom limb syndrome in war-torn countries.

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Ile Mercier couple battles to save home from flooding as waters rise
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Officials have recommended that Helene Caron and Burt Ansell evacuate their home, but they’ve decided to stay put.

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Toronto police release video of suspect in multiple downtown break and enters
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Officials said that over the past three years, between April and December, the suspect typically broke into older buildings by using a crowbar or forcing the doors open.

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Healthy Leonard leads Raptors over Magic
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ORLANDO, Fla. – At this time last year, Kawhi Leonard was rehabilitating a serious injury and barely watching the playoffs. His fragmented season was over. His basketball future was uncertain.

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Cochrane X Games athlete lands world’s 1st snowbike BASE jump
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“It was definitely the craziest thing I’ve ever done,” the three-time X Games medallist said on Sunday.

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Heavy police presence around swimming pool at Courts of St. James apartment complex
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Lost kitty. Please help?
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Three taken to hospital after ‘incident’ at Winnipeg’s Courts of St. James pool
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Several police officers kept watch over a floating life preserver in the otherwise empty indoor pool on Sunday evening.

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New Mexico man arrested at U.S. border, charged with being a felon in possession of firearms
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Larry Mitchell Hopkins, 69, also was accused of impersonating a police officer in Oregon’s Klamath County in 2006 and claimed to be a fugitive bounty hunter, the Santa Fe New Mexican reported Sunday.

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OHL Roundup: Sunday, April 21, 2019
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OSHAWA, Ont. – The Ottawa 67’s are just a win away from the Ontario Hockey League final.

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‘It was panic mode’: Witness describes aftermath of Sri Lankan bomb attacks
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Bhanuka Harischandra was running a little late for his meeting Sunday. As a car carrying him pulled into the back entrance of the luxury Shangri-La Hotel in Sri Lanka’s capital of Colombo, he realized something was wrong.

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FRIESEN: Fans weigh in on Friesen and the Jets
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It’s the morning after the night before, and my e-mail inbox and Twitter machine are humming like they’re radioactive. Only this time the majority aren’t telling me to shove my laptop where the sun don’t shine. Wait – I wrote that too soon. It’s a few hours later, and the tally is getting closer to […]

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City of Winnipeg to begin spring cleanup Monday night
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City of Winnipeg crews will start their annual street clean up on Monday.

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Queen Elizabeth marks 93rd birthday with Easter service
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Prince Harry’s wife Meghan Markle, who is due to give birth to the couple’s first child imminently, did not attend the day’s festivities.

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'I was in shock and then in tears'
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Members of Winnipeg’s Sri Lankan community are shocked after more than 200 people were killed and hundreds more injured when eight bombs exploded on Easter Sunday in churches and luxury ……

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Unattended pot of oil blamed for residential fire
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An unattended pot of oil left on a stove is being blamed for a residential fire Saturday evening. At shortly after 7:30 p.m., Winnipeg Fire Paramedic Service (WFPS) crews responded to reports of a fire in a two storey, single-family home in the 800 block of College Avenue. When they arrived, crews encountered heavy smoke […]

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