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'Be aware,' Winnipeg woman warns East Kildonan residents after coyote spotting
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Two coyotes were seen near 900 Raleigh Street in East Kildonan, just after 9:30 a.m. Saturday, near the Phoenix Soccer FC.

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RCMP make arrest in Selkirk homicide
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Selkirk RCMP have arrested and charged a 24-year-old man in connection to a homicide which occurred in the community on November 10.

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Man who sparked panic by yelling ‘Heil Hitler! Heil Trump!’ in theatre sorry for ‘stupidity’
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Tony Derlunas was eventually escorted out of the Hippodrome Theatre, but was not arrested.

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Torched camper raises new concerns about Vancouver’s RV-living community
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No one was hurt in the fire, but advocates for the precariously housed say that’s not always the case.

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Finding funny in food: Winnipeg pop-up chef wants his menu to make you smile
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The first course on chef Matty Neufeld’s menu for a pop-up dinner Sunday evening is bone apple tea. Say it loud and you’ll get it.

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For CFL's final four, conference finals a chance to make up for lost time
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The CFL season is down to four teams. And for two of those fanbases, a Grey Cup celebration has been a long time coming.

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Parcel backlog mounting as CUPW rejects latest offer from Canada Post
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The union representing postal workers has just rejected an offer from Canada Post. It now seems the Crown corporation will head into its busiest time of year mired in a labour dispute.

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Manitoba Warriors members swept up in RCMP drug bust
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Two full patch members and an associate of the Manitoba Warriors street gang are among six individuals facing charges following a drug bust in Headingley, the RCMP announced Saturday. RCMP said the arrests were made as a result of Project Derelict, an investigation that began in July 2018 and undertaken by members of the RCMP […]

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A Winnipeg Transit app that can be trusted?
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Does anyone know of a reliable mobile app for Winnipeg Transit (iPhone)? Specifically, for tracking the status of buses. I’ve been using “Wpg Bus Live” but it has failed me repeatedly during the last few weeks – sticking on, say, “13 minutes away” for like 20 minutes, then disappearing because presumably my bus has come […]

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Edmonton Oilers, Calgary Flames licence plates to benefit charity foundations
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Service Alberta introduced two new specialty licence plates — featuring hockey team logos, slogans and colours — on Saturday.

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Democrat Andrew Gillum concedes Florida governor’s race to Ron DeSantis
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Gillum had conceded to DeSantis on election night, but retracted it after the margin between the two candidates narrowed.

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Canmore, London, Langley ‘top’ online list of Canada’s coziest cities for 2018
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British Columbia leads way with 5 cities in top 15 and 20 in total list of 55.

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Ghost bike erected in honour of the late Clément Bazin
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The late 67-year-old’s memorial bike is the fifth one in nine years to be put on display by the Ghost Bike Montreal advocacy group.

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Months-long RCMP investigation leads to charges against Manitoba Warriors in alleged cocaine trafficking ring
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Police have made several arrests following a months-long investigation into a drug trafficking network RCMP say was funnelling cocaine into northern Manitoba communities.

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Winnipeg police look for missing teen last seen Oct. 30
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Winnipeg police are asking for help tracking down a missing teen.

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RCMP believe alcohol a factor in Highway 59 crash that killed 50-year-old man
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Police believe alcohol was a factor in a crash that killed a Selkirk man Friday night.

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Early morning Charleswood crash sends 4 to hospital
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Winnipeg police are investigating after an early morning crash in Charleswood Saturday that sent four to hospital, including one in critical condition.

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Man, 50, dead following two-vehicle collision
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A 50-year-old man is dead following a two-vehicle collision on Friday evening. At just before 8 p.m., Selkirk RCMP responded to a report of a two-vehicle collision on Highway 59, located north of the Highway 12 junction in the RM of Alexander. Officers believe that a southbound pickup truck, being driven by a 30-year-old male […]

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Early-morning crash sends four to hospital
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Police are looking for witnesses after a traffic accident sent four people to hospital, early Saturday morning. At around 2:30 a.m., emergency services personnel responded to a single vehicle collision in the first 100 block of Cullen Drive in Charleswood. The four occupants of the vehicle were all taken to hospital; one in critical condition, […]

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Pedestrian in critical condition following hit and run
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A male pedestrian is in hospital in critical condition following a hit and run on Friday evening. At shortly after 8 p.m., emergency services personnel responded to a report of a pedestrian struck by a car in the area of McDermot Avenue and Sherbrook Street near the Health Sciences Centre. The pedestrian was taken to […]

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Winnipeggers bundle up to take in Santa Claus parade
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Thousands of Winnipeggers bundled up to stay warm and braved the cold to line Portage Avenue Saturday evening to take in the 109th Winnipeg Santa Claus Parade. Organizers were expecting at least 60,000 people to be coming downtown to watch the 77 floats in the parade, highlighted by the debut of Santa Claus’s new sleigh […]

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FRIESEN: Bombers on new ground, Sunday
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CALGARY — Matt Nichols was sitting on his couch with his wife earlier this week when she asked him an interesting question. A question as probing as any we in the media have asked the Blue Bombers quarterback leading up to Sunday’s West Final. “She asked me if it feels any different,” Nichols said. How […]

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Vets don’t want to squander rare team bond
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CALGARY — The Winnipeg Blue Bombers claim to be as tight-knit a group as you’ll find in a football locker-room. That’s an X-factor that can’t be measured going into Sunday’s West Final. “We can’t take this for granted,” running back Andrew Harris said upon arriving in Calgary, Saturday. “There is something special in this locker-room.” […]

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GAMEBREAKERS: Eight players who could make all the difference in West final between Bombers and Stamps
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Sometimes it all comes down to one play. When two teams are as evenly matched as the Winnipeg Blue Bombers and Calgary Stampeders, there are small moments that make all the difference. In the West Division semifinal against the Saskatchewan, it was a second-quarter interception by Kevin Fogg that turned the tide and a special […]

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WYMAN: Bombers decision to stick with Nichols big key to success, says Stamps QB Mitchell
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CALGARY — In the space of a few minutes Saturday, Calgary Stampeders quarterback Bo Levi Mitchell talked about his friendship with Matt Nichols, expressed a deep desire to beat that friend and went on a rant about how it bothered him to see Winnipeg fans booing the Bombers quarterback earlier this season. “For fans and […]

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BOMBSHELLS: Former Bombers receiver Matthews didn’t really consider return to Winnipeg before signing with Stamps … Bighill and Singleton have mutual admiration … Nelson to get shot at boosting Bombers return game?
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CALGARY – Chris Matthews thinks of Winnipeg as home in some ways but that doesn’t mean he ever felt destined to return to play for the Blue Bombers. Matthews was the CFL’s most outstanding rookie in 2012 with the Bombers, catching 81 passes for 1,192 yards, and later played in the NFL and even the […]

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City of Edmonton employees hold candlelight vigil highlighting the problem of harassment and discrimination in the workplace
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City of Edmonton Employees hold a candlelight vigil hoping to continue the conversation about harassment and discrimination in the workplace.

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VPD seeks ‘person of interest’ after woman followed, attacked in West End
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Investigators believe the man’s motive was sexual in nature. 

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RCMP in Grande Prairie charge 19 men with solicitation offences
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Nineteen men, ranging in age from 23 to 69, have been charged with obtaining sexual services for consideration.

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24-year-old charged with manslaughter following Selkirk homicide
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The 24-year-old was arrested Wednesday in connection with the Nov. 10 homicide, RCMP said on Saturday.

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Canada Post rotating strikes continue as mail backlog piles up
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Canada Post says the clock is ticking for postal workers to accept its latest offer in an ongoing labour dispute. The Crown corporation has set a midnight deadline for the union to accept its offer.

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Saved from a dumpster, Winnipeg museum's new trove of Guess Who recordings could include unreleased music
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A huge find of old recordings by the Guess Who — recently saved from a trip to the city dump — is being uncovered at the St. Vital Museum.

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American asylum-seeker numbers skewed
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Headlines heralding the news that American citizens make up the third-largest group of refugee claimants making irregular crossings into Canada came as no surprise to one Winnipeg-based immigration lawyer. For years, …

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Obstacles to oversight
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The young man steps onto the road, his stride quick as he cuts across the street. He has no idea what’s about to happen; he has no idea he’ll never …

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Missing Teen in Winnipeg, Manitoba – Dominik MCIVOR-SOKIL, 15
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Louis Riel honoured on anniversary of execution, part of Métis Week celebrations
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The ceremony, organized by the Métis Nation of Alberta, paid tribute to the rebel leader who sacrificed his life defending the rights of Métis people.

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The Forks hopes to bring experimental brewery to Market
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The Forks is hoping to brew up a new tenant that can fill space in its Market building as well as glasses of suds.

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