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QuadrigaCX – Canadas BEST Bitcoin exchange
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Anywhere in the city selling nerdy Christmas sweaters?
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Need one for a Christmas get together and figure I might as well get one that I'll enjoy. Anything video game or star wars related would be sweet. Can't buy online. submitted by /u/IceDragon77 [link] [comments]

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Tesla starts working on Trans-Canada Supercharger route for coast-to-coast travel
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BellMTS – Using Own Router?
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Sorry if this is a stupid question. I searched on the BellMTS website regarding using your own router instead of the PACE ones but was not able to find anything. ​ I've read that using your own router may actually be better than using the basic ISP ones they provide. The question is, with BellMTS, […]

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Santa drops in at Kelowna dealership to pose with kids, cars for good cause
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The jolly old elf turned up at a Kelowna car dealership to pose for pictures with kids and sports cars.

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At this Kelowna market, the oldest vendors are just 15 years of age
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This is the third year for the Young Entrepreneurs Pocket Money Market, limited to Kelowna vendors between the ages of five and 15.

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Return of rail service means freedom for Churchill residents to head south for shopping, family visits
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Earlier this week, Churchill celebrated the arrival of the first visitors travelling by train in over a year — but the newly repaired train tracks also mean freedom to go south for many who live in the northern Manitoba town.

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Boy who was ISIS captive behind movement to bring bicycles to refugee children
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Emad Mishko Tamo looks excitedly at his bright-green mountain bike and talks about how he’s looking forward to summer cycling adventures with other Yazidi refugee children in his community.

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Trucks, cars treat Red River like a highway, say ice fishers
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At least 10 trucks and cars drove dangerously fast on the Red River Saturday, putting themselves and dozens of ice fishers in danger, say two friends.

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Brandon man accidentally shoots girlfriend in the leg
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A Brandon man started his Saturday morning in handcuffs, and may have ended it without his girlfriend, after accidentally shooting her in the leg.

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WW II veteran meets nephew of man he says saved his life
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A veteran of the Second World War met the nephew of the man who took his place on the front lines just days before the end of the war — possibly saving his life.

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SERMON, SONG AND A SLICE: Family pizza biz comes through for less fortunate
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Sunday was a day for a sermon, a song and a slice at Main Street soup kitchen, the Lighthouse Mission. The faith-based, non-profit organization between Logan and Higgins avenues serves about 300 people per day during the week. Yesterday, it capped its Sunday outreach program that included a small church service and carol singing with […]

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Veteran pitches tent downtown to collect toys, food, clothing
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As the temperatures plunged this week, most Winnipeggers tried to shorten the time they were outside. One military veteran and his girlfriend on the other hand, pitched a tent and camped at the corner of Higgins Avenue and Main Street for the week. The couple used the bold act to collect toys, clothing and food […]

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Boy who was ISIL captive behind movement to bring bicycles to refugee children
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Emad Mishko Tamo looks excitedly at his bright-green mountain bike and talks about how he’s looking forward to summer cycling adventures with other Yazidi refugee children in his community. For the 14-year-old boy, the bicycle stands for freedom, something that only a few years ago was snatched away from him and his family when they […]

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'Canada is the greatest place for families'
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For the first time, dozens of new Canadians sang O Canada as their own national anthem at a special citizenship ceremony on Sunday. During the ceremony, which was held to mark ……

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One remains in hospital following St. Norbert crash
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One male youth remains in hospital following a collision Friday in St. Norbert which affected traffic on Pembina Highway for several hours. At just before 1 p.m., emergency personnel responded to a report of a collision involving a vehicle near the intersection of Pembina Highway and Ducharme Avenue. Four male youths, including the driver, were […]

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Hellebuyck looks familiar…Tanev trending towards career-highs…Jets get contributions throughout the lineup
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A cursory glance at the final score doesn’t tell the tale. Although it ended in a one-sided blowout, were it not for the sharpness of goalie Connor Hellebuyck in the early stages, it would have been the Winnipeg Jets chasing the game – instead of the Jets chasing goalie Michal Neuvirth early in the second […]

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Bomb squad at Calgary International Airport after suspicious package found
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Police said the airport is still functional.

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Toronto company’s Christmas party builds, donates 292 bikes to kids in need
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For the past three years, employees at Waste Connections of Canada have spent their holiday parties building bicycles for less fortunate children.

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Jets overwhelm Flyers with power-play outpouring
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Winnipeg’s power play struck three times and seven different players found the net as the Jets routed the visiting Philadelphia Flyers 7-1 on Sunday.

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EDITORIAL: Alberta’s oil woes are Canada’s problem, too
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For a province that prides itself on its adherence to free enterprise — even with the NDP in power — it’s an astonishing turn of events. Perhaps no less remarkable is the move was preceded by a plea for such intervention by some major players in an oil industry known for its distaste for past […]

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GROUNDED: Lifeflight docs threaten to refuse to work on private planes
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The doctors working on Manitoba Lifeflight air ambulances are prepared to refuse to work on private planes, beginning Jan. 1. The Winnipeg Sun has learned the physicians sent a Nov. 26 email to the provincial government that warned they are set to take that action over their ongoing concerns related to the potential shift to […]

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Lazar scores twice, including overtime winner, as Heat top Moose 3-2
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STOCKTON, Calif. — Curtis Lazar scored in overtime and in regulation as the Stockton Heat edged the Manitoba Moose 3-2 in American Hockey League action Saturday. Kerby Rychel also found the back of the net for the Heat (12-12-1), who are 5-5 in their last ten games. C.J. Suess and Alexis D’Aoust supplied the offence […]

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Letters: December 9, 2018
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Stop skimming profits I don’t mind paying my share when it comes to the use of hydro, because when the power is down people want immediate restoration or they complain. The professional crews are out there doing needed repairs in minus-40C and plus-40C weather conditions. What is upsetting however, is that governments have been siphoning from Manitoba hydro […]

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Information on Restricted Firearms
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I have my restricted firearms license and am interested in purchasing a firearm. ​ I have a few questions regarding buying and selling; ​ Am I able to purchase restricted firearms from friends or family? If I was going to purchase a firearm from a friend or family member what would be the steps? Would […]

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Onyemata making impact with Saints after taking unconventional path to NFL
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David Onyemata hadn’t played a single down of football when he arrived at the University of Manitoba in 2011. More interested in quarterly reports than quarterback blitzes, Onyemata originally came to Winnipeg from Nigeria to pursue an economics degree. Seven years later, Onyemata is making key contributions to a New Orleans Saints team with designs […]

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No winning ticket for Saturday night’s $9M Lotto 6-49 jackpot, no Manitoba winners
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TORONTO — There was no winning ticket for the $9 million jackpot in Saturday night’s Lotto 6-49 draw. However, the guaranteed $1 million prize was claimed by a ticket holder in Ontario. One ticket purchased in Ontario and two in Quebec matched five of the six numbers plus the bonus to win $81,173 each. Three […]

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2019 Grammys might be ‘year of the women’ as female voices dominate nominations
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Five out of eight nominations for album of the year are women, and six of the eight best new artist nominees are women, as well.

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Calgary’s Alex Gough wants to contribute to success of Canadian lugers in her retirement
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Gough, 31, retired the most decorated luger in Canadian history. She was the first Canadian to win an Olympic medal in the sport with a bronze in February’s Winter Games in Pyeongchang, South Korea.

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Canada's Tracy Fleury tied for Group A lead at curling World Cup
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Canadian skip Tracy Fleury sits tied for the top spot in Group A of the women’s draw at the second World Cup of the season after round-robin action Friday.

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Brightest comet of the year can be seen as it zips past Earth
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If you have clear skies and are willing to brave the chilly temperatures, you might want to head to a dark site and look for a passing visitor.

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Pick your poison: Winnipeg’s Katona earns UFC decision and maybe a submission
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TORONTO — Winnipeg bantamweight Brad (Superman) Katona won a unanimous decision — and perhaps a submission as well — over Matthew Lopez on the undercard of UFC 231 on Saturday night. Katona (9-0-0) had Lopez in a choke on the ground as the fight ended and the American, his arm going limp, appeared to have […]

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Jones ousts Homan to set up final against Einarson at Canada Cup
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ESTEVAN, Sask. — Jennifer Jones is headed to the women’s final of the Canada Cup. The Winnipeg skip jumped out to a 4-1 lead after a three-score fourth end en route to an 8-4 victory over Ottawa’s Rachel Homan in the women’s semifinal Saturday night. Jones and Homan are the two most recent Canada Cup […]

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BRODBECK: There’s a major flaw in the Tories’ referendum bill
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New proposed rules governing how and when a provincial referendum can take place unveiled this past week could pave the way for more direct democracy in Manitoba. That’s a good thing. But there’s a major flaw in the bill that needs to be changed. Bill 8, The Referendum Act – introduced this past week – […]

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EMPTY STOCKING FUND: Nog at the Nob on tap for Tuesday
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For some people, it just doesn’t taste like Christmas until they have sipped their first rum-infused eggnog. And we’ve got the perfect place for you to start sipping those yuletide libations this Tuesday, Dec. 11. Just join us for our annual Nog at the Nob (St. Norbert Hotel), from 5 to 10 p.m., as my […]

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Who is Konstantin Kilimnik, the suspected former Russian spy who worked closely with Paul Manafort?
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Konstantin Kilimnik has a history of connecting former Trump campaign chairman Paul Manafort to contacts in Russia and Ukraine.

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Ryan Dzingel scores in OT to lead Ottawa Senators to 2-1 win over Pittsburgh
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The Penguins were called for too many men on the ice, setting up the winning power play.

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Humboldt crash survivor has PTSD triggered by truck rear-ending his bus
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Humboldt Broncos survivor Ryan Straschnitzki had his mind on his teammates when a truck rear-ended his bus last week, screaming “please live,” according to his mother.

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