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Letters: December 10, 2018
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Listen to us, please After weeks of riots over gas, electricity and rising food costs, French society is breaking down. The middle class is responding to the crushing weight of the war against carbon. In response, the president of France said to protesters, “No tax merits putting our nation’s unity in danger.” He has suspended […]

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Opinion: Western Canada can encourage a different kind of climate change research
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I don’t know about you, but I’m awfully tired of being shamed for living in Western Canada. Attacks on our collective self-esteem come not only from folks in big eastern cities who have no trouble benefiting from our fossil fuel revenue, but from our own federal government. Prime Minister Justin Trudeau seems to find sport […]

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RCMP being investigated over Dauphin woman’s injury
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The Independent Investigation Unit is investigating an incident in Dauphin between a 25-year-old woman and the RCMP that resulted in the woman’s fractured fibula. On. Nov. 27, RCMP officers in Dauphin arrested a 25-year-old woman for breach of peace. RCMP say the woman was not cooperative druring her arrest and officers used force to control […]

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Meth made in Canada entering New Zealand
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OTTAWA — Canada is making meth and exporting it to New Zealand, the Free Press has learned. “We are currently aware that New Zealand is a destination country,” Public Safety Canada …

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Teaching the age-old art of mushing to northern youth
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A teacher in Bloodvein First Nation is using his passion for dogsledding to start an after-school program for the community’s youth. Sidney Klassen aims to have the program’s first participants on …

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Demand for services prompts library to add crisis worker
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As social services agencies struggle to keep up with the growing need for resources, community organizations — such as libraries — have to pick up the slack, a Winnipeg social …

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More treatment key to battling meth problem
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Never before have the federal and provincial governments done such a good job of living up to the adage of “too little, too late.” Last week, the federal and provincial governments …

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Basement Framing/Insulation – any personal recommendations?
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Hi! Looking to finish a bare 1000sqft basement. Anyone with positive experiences here in r/winnipeg that would recommend a reputable contractor? Thanks! submitted by /u/ferropop [link] [comments]

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Transportation inequity plagues Winnipeg’s inner-city residents, report says
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An open letter to Unicity…
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Thanks for hanging up on us 3 times while trying to complain about car #159's gross and inappropriate behaviour while my girlfriend was trying to get home this morning. I thought CBC's past stories about sexual harassment and assault from cab drivers coupled with incoming competition from ridesharing apps would smarten up the taxi service […]

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What is the best one night stand hotels/motels in Winnipeg?
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I cannot have people over where I live and my partner cannot at their place either. I figure that there are others out there in this situation or have been in this situation before. Or others who are travelling through Winnipeg and are looking for a bit of fun and a place to have a […]

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Ontario Human Rights Commission to release interim report into racial profiling by Toronto police
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The commission said the inquiry looks at police service culture, training, policies, procedures and accountability mechanisms.

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The “Rumours” are true… Fleetwood Mac announces concert in Winnipeg
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Legendary band Fleetwood Mac has announced they’ll be stopping in Winnipeg April 11. 

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Nissan chairman Carlos Ghosn indicted for lying about income, improper conduct
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Tokyo prosecutors indicted ousted Nissan Motor chairman Carlos Ghosn for under-reporting his income and also officially charged the automaker, making the firm culpable for the financial misconduct scandal that has shocked the industry.

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Ottawa, Nova Scotia to announce funding today for downtown Halifax arts centre
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The Link Performing Art Centre project proposes an arts and culture hub at the former trade centre that would include an 1,800-person performance hall, a media production studio, two dance studios, a 160-seat cinema, a creative entrepreneurs centre, a storefront box office and a cafe on Argyle Street.

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Aurora Cannabis to acquire Mexican company following partnership deal
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Aurora Cannabis says Farmacias plans to use imported THC and CBD concentrates to produce various cannabis oil products for the medical market.

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A home for the holidays: Humane society's 'staycation' program lets Winnipeggers temporarily adopt dogs
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If you’re looking to bring a furry friend into your home this Christmas, the Winnipeg Humane Society has a unique idea.

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U of M needs to take 'honest, hard look' at Indigenous leader position after resignation, prof says
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A longtime professor of Native Studies at the University of Manitoba says the resignation of the university’s vice-provost of Indigenous engagement shows its administration needs to take a hard look at what it wants the position to be.

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Sexual assault highlights need for foot patrol, says Osborne Village BIZ
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The sexual assault of a young woman in Osborne Village Friday night is renewing calls for more city funding for foot patrols through the busy neighbourhood known for its vibrant nightlife.

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Missing and murdered Indigenous women and girls inquiry holds final hearings in Ottawa
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The national inquiry into missing and murdered Indigenous women and girls concludes its evidence gathering activities this week as final submissions from parties with standing will be heard in Ottawa.

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Knights of Columbus donate $70,000 to Jim Pattison Children’s Hospital Foundation
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Jim Pattison Children’s Hospital is expected to open late 2019.

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Co-accused in killing of 14-year-old Mississauga teen appears in court
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Twenty-year-old Mark Mahabir is charged with second degree murder in the death of 14-year-old Riley Martin-Driver.

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How we can raise kids to have healthy relationships with food, themselves and all kinds of bodies
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I have never heard my kid say a bad word about how she looks or her body overall and, at seven years old, she still doesn’t know what a diet is. That’s saying something, given the statistics about how early in life girls start thinking about diets.

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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
winnipegsun.com

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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