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QuadrigaCX – Canadas BEST Bitcoin exchange
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Misericordia Urgent Care Centre overnight hours cut by July 5 – Winnipeg
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Visitor to Winnipeg – help me understand …..
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Hey All, I'm from Edmonton and visit Winnipeg every few weeks for work …. I gotta ask, what the hell is up with the roads in Winnipeg? I used to always think Edmonton had bad roads, but Winnipeg takes it to an entirely new level – 3rd world country bad. What's the deal? Poor funding? […]

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Anyone else having problems with their MTS internet since last night?
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We had a power outage in Transcona on Thursday afternoon and ever since MTS has been down. No internet or TV. I called this evening more than 24 hours later and technical support said they were working on it but could give me no indication when it would be back up. "Just watch your modem […]

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Winnipeg woman chases deals for a freebie-filled birthday
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For the past two years, a Winnipeg woman has made it her mission to chase freebies on her special day. It turns out you can get a lot of free stuff if it’s your birthday.

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Kives and Kavanagh review this week in politics
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This week saw a few issues pop up in politics. The town of Churchill is dealing with its rail woes, the police service is talking about integrating civilians, and Brian Pallister is taking some flak for going on a bike ride. Legislative reporter Sean Kavanagh and city hall reporter Bartley Kives are here for their […]

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Survivors hold reunion at little-known Winnipeg residential school
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It’s a high school reunion like few others. Dozens of former students of a residential school that once operated in one of Winnipeg’s wealthiest neighbourhoods are gathering at the site this weekend, the first time many have returned since they were just teenagers.

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Want to beat the heat in Metro Vancouver? The health authority has some tips
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Tip 1: drink lots of fluids.

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Peach City Beach Cruise draws tens of thousands
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More than 25,000 people are expected to attend the 17th annual Peach City Beach Cruise in Penticton this weekend.

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Competing protests over Israel-Palestine conflict fail to realize violence fears in Calgary
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“Everything went peaceful.”

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Charges upgraded to manslaughter
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A man already in police custody has had charges upgraded to manslaughter in connection with an incident this week on Martha Street.

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Pritchard homicide suspect arrested
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The man suspected of killing 27-year-old William George Sumner Sunday on Pritchard Avenue was arrested by police on Thursday.

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WRHA chopping Misericordia hours
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Misericordia’s urgent care centre will reduce its hours months before it’s slated to close and officials can’t guarantee emergency rooms slated for closure won’t do the same.

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Human rights complaint about change
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A vocal advocate for LGBTTQ* rights in Manitoba is once again taking aim with a human rights complaint, this time directed at the province’s education system.

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CMHR No. 2 in Canada
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Winnipeg’s Canadian Museum for Human Rights has made the top 10 of a USA Today travel poll.

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Philadelphia Flyers select Winnipegger Nolan Patrick 2nd overall
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The New Jersey Devils took Nico Hischier with the first pick No. 1 overall pick in team history, opting for the so-called “Swiss McDavid” over Nolan Patrick, the big Brandon Wheat Kings centre. It wasn’t clear which way the Devils would go in a draft that lacked the slam-dunk stars of recent years.

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Four-year-old Edmonton boy dies after colliding with car while he was out playing
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Police said the boy’s injuries were not consistent with being run over by a vehicle.

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Chinese mountain village of Xinmo buried in landslide, and only 3 survivors: reports
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Fears grew for 141 people missing in China after a landslide buried their mountain village in southwestern Sichuan province on Saturday, with reports that only three survivors had been pulled out of the mud and rock hours after the calamity struck. The landslide swept over 46 homes as dawn broke at around 6 a.m. in…

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More speed on Waverley?
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A city committee will consider calls to seek higher speed limits for two Winnipeg streets.

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Cops warn of suspicious van
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Winnipeg police are warning the public of a suspicious vehicle that has been seen at various schools in the Elmwood and Rossmere areas.

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'Like… Beethoven coming to Winnipeg'
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Philip Glass, considered one of the most influential classical music composers of the 20th and 21st centuries, will be the headline performer and focus of the 2018 Winnipeg New Music …

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'I'm dying in 2 years': Man who died in North End after fight lived with addictions, HIV
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‘I just want to get my life straightened out,’ Marvin Caribou said in 2010 CBC interview about his battle with addictions. Caribou died in hospital earlier this week after being beaten two days earlier.

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Sagkeeng high school marks graduation of Serena McKay with diploma, red gown after death in April
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When the class of 2017 in a Manitoba First Nation walked on stage to graduate Friday, one chair was left empty, dedicated to the memory of a classmate who died earlier this year.

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Winnipeg Jets select Kristian Vesalainen in 2017 draft
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Two Winnipeg-born players were selected in top 10 overall spots on Friday.

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Cycling fundraiser to honour legacy of late Penticton radio host
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Cyclists are gearing up for the annual Ride Don’t Hide fundraiser on Sunday in support of the Canadian Mental Health Association, but this year’s event will be bittersweet for those in Penticton. Not only will many be riding to raise funds for mental health, but they’ll also be peddling to celebrate the legacy of Jeremy…

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Winnipeg student needing advice: admissions into social work program at the university of manitoba
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Does anyone know how competitve or the difficulty in entering the faculty of Social work at the University of Manitoba? my grades are not that good. Is volunteering good to have before applying? I have finished doing pre-social work at the university of Winnipeg. submitted by /u/corbillonaire [link] [comments]

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New Music Fest 2018
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Suspect charged with manslaughter
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A man has been charged with manslaughter after a man assaulted late Monday night died from his injuries. Marvin Caribou, 37, of Winnipeg, was taken to hospital in critical condition after …

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Canadian Museum for Human Rights earns more praise south of the border
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If you are looking this summer to visit one of Canada’s top attractions, look no further than Winnipeg. The Canadian Museum for Human Rights (CMHR) has been named second among the …

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Northern First Nations offer to repair damaged rail line to Churchill before winter
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It could be First Nations to the rescue in Churchill. The Keewatin Tribal Council and Churchill Mayor Mike Spence declared that First Nations could repair and reopen the flood-damaged rail line …

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Misericordia urgent care clinic will be closed overnight starting July 5
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Misericordia Health Centre’s urgent care clinic will begin closing overnight as of July 5 in the lead-up to it shutting down in the fall. The Winnipeg Regional Health Authority made the …

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Manitoba premier's reconciliation ride includes PC fundraiser but no meetings with Indigenous people
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Premier Brian Pallister’s press secretary confirms he attended two Progressive Conservative events while on his ride for reconciliation from Selkirk to Peguis.

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Crash sends 2 Winnipeg police officers to hospital
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Two Winnipeg police officers and one other person were injured in a crash on Thursday night.

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Inuk journalist awarded for best image in human rights exhibition
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An Inuk journalist’s now-iconic photograph of a Mi’kmaq woman praying during the 2013 fight against fracking in New Brunswick is part of a national exhibit at the Canadian Museum for Human Rights in Winnipeg.

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Summer weather forecast 2017: What’s in store for Canadians
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Wondering what the summer weather is going to bring? We break down which regions are expected to feel the summer heat – and the rain.

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International Food Festival drawing local foodies to Victoria Park this weekend
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The smell of more than 200 food dishes will waft through Victoria Park this weekend, as vendors cook up cuisine from around the world during the International Food Festival.

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Family of missing Saint John woman say mental illness may play role in disappearance
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The family of Shannon Sullivan believes the 39-year-old Saint John native went missing from Toronto Feb. 13.

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Edmonton hires design engineer to increase use of High Level Bridge
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The transportation department hopes to have some answers from an engineering consultant this fall on what more can be done with the High Level Bridge.

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Montrealer Chris Boucher signs with Golden State Warriors
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Montrealer Chris Boucher signed a contract with the defending NBA champions Golden State Warriors.

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Former firefighter faces criminal record for stealing from dead senior
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A former Winnipeg firefighter convicted of stealing from a dead senior while on duty now faces a criminal record — something he avoided when he pleaded guilty to fraud in …

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Feds still figuring out province's share of $100M Canada birthday pie
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A week before Canada Day, Ottawa still doesn’t know how much birthday money it’s giving each province for Canada 150 community events. Canadian Heritage data obtained earlier this month showed that …

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