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QuadrigaCX – Canadas BEST Bitcoin exchange
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Man transported to trauma centre after shooting at Mississauga apartment
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A man in his 30s was shot inside an apartment complex in the Mississauga Valley Boulevard and Central Parkway East area Tuesday evening.

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Manitoba government will change law banning floor-crossing, avoid lawsuit
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Manitoba’s justice minister says the government will eliminate a controversial ban on political floor-crossing and end a legal battle with an ousted backbencher.

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'Minimum wage is a poverty wage': Rally calls for hike to $15/hour in Manitoba
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The Manitoba Federation of Labour says it’s time to raise minimum wage in Manitoba.

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Federal NDP leadership hopeful Jagmeet Singh stands by new Manitoba leader Wab Kinew
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One of the leading contenders in the federal NDP race is standing by the new leader of the Manitoba wing of his party, as Wab Kinew acknowledges he will continue to face questions about 14-year-old domestic violence charges.

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Accused bomber allowed to question police evidence
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Defence lawyers for an accused bomber have been given permission to question the police officer who applied for a warrant during the attempted-murder investigation. Lawyers for 51-year-old Guido Amsel have launched …

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With protesters gone, clearing of Parker lands resumes
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A bulldozer is clearing the forest on the Parker lands, just days after protesters took down their camp after a judge ordered them off. The machine could be seen on Tuesday …

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Trudeau, Liberals trying to get Churchill rail repairs back on track
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OTTAWA — The federal Liberals say it might not be too late to restore rail service to Churchill before the fall freeze, despite Manitoba moving ahead with propane shipments to …

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Manitoba chiefs join push for Beyak's resignation
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Manitoba chiefs say Senator Lynn Beyak owes indigenous Canadians an apology for suggesting First Nations should trade their status cards for citizenship and be paid off “each Indigenous man, woman ……

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Owner of Portage and Main tower denied right to expand surface lot – Manitoba
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Toronto police to update shooting death of OVO Sound affiliate
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The deceased has been identified as Anthony “Fif” Soares, a friend of hip hop superstar Drake and an OVO Sound affiliate.

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Bob Layton editorial: Election lottery
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Choosing the best in a field of unknowns.

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Calgary election 2017: mayoral candidates invited to forum at MRU
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Calgary’s mayoral candidates are invited to attend a forum on campus on Tuesday evening.

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Scott Thompson: How are you in isolation?
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That was the objective behind an experiment helping to choose the NASA astronauts that will eventually take the long journey to Mars.

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Monster storm Hurricane Maria smashes into Dominica, churns towards U.S. Virgin Islands
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Maria’s eye roared over the island late Monday night before the storm briefly dropped to Category 4 strength early Tuesday before resuming its extremely dangerous Category 5 status.

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Poacher fined $5K after selling lake sturgeon in Transcona parking lot
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Officials with the Manitoba Conservation Officers Association say the fines don’t do nearly enough to protect endangered species from poaching.

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Jets fans get first look at Bell MTS Place renovations
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The renovations have seen new lighting, flooring, and signage added to the concourse, and the final result means the building’s design and colour palette better matches the look of the team.

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Faouzia, 17-year-old singer from Carman, Man., signed to U.S. booking agency
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A 17-year-old musician from Carman, Man., has been signed to a U.S. booking agency in charge of big names including Coldplay, Ed Sheeran and Feist.

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Confrontation expected at Sept 30 rally against 'state-run media'
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After its last rally was interrupted by AntiFa demonstrators, Winnipeg Alternative Media is planning another rally and says a group in Alberta – that’s been linked to anti-government extremists – …

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WRHA president says its time to address racism in healthcare
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The interim president of the Winnipeg Regional Health Authority says its time to talk about racism in the health-care system. Réal Cloutier spoke with the Free Press following the release of …

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Quebec legislature resumes Tuesday after recess
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Tuesday marks the return of Quebec’s legislature after its summer recess.

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Donald Trump to argue ‘America first’ policy in debut address to UN General Assembly
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Addressing the General Assembly is a milestone moment for any president, but one particularly significant for Trump, a relative newcomer to foreign policy who has at times rattled the international community with his unpredictability.

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London city hall gets behind bid for 2019 Junos
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City politicians voted 14-0 in support of a request from Tourism London for $500,000 to assist with the $1.7 million bid fee.

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Man pleads guilty in La Ronge, Sask. armed robbery death
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A man charged in the death of a La Ronge restaurant owner pleads guilty to manslaughter.

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Amsel lawyers seek approval to question police
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A judge will rule Tuesday whether lawyers for accused bomber Guido Amsel will be allowed to cross examine police officers who prepared DNA warrants that helped secure his arrest.

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Father of Ste. Anne girl killed by train wants changes at railway crossing
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The father of the girl who was hit and killed by a train in Ste. Anne last week says more needs to be done to make sure pedestrians have a safe place to cross the high-speed rail line that runs through the community.

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Ignored to death: Brian Sinclair's death caused by racism, inquest inadequate, group says
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A group of doctors and academics from across Canada say an Indigenous man who died while waiting 34 hours for care in a Winnipeg emergency room in 2008 was killed by racism, and say the subsequent inquest into his death didn’t address the root problem.

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Kinew's coronation as NDP leader comes with tough questions
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Wab Kinew is now the leader of the NDP. But questions about his past will likely never go away. And some won’t let them.

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Wild top Jets in shootout
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Ryan Malone had the lone goal in the shootout to lift the Minnesota Wild to a 3-2 win over the Winnipeg Jets in pre-season play Monday.

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Teen's sex assault term served as adult
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A teen who was sentenced as an adult for brutally attacking two women on Winnipeg streets nearly three years ago has been ordered to serve his sentence in a federal …

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Two fined $7,000 for illegal fishing
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Two Winnipeg men caught fishing illegally at a cottage in Lake of the Woods were each fined more than $7,000 last month. Matthew Slough and Kieran McCormick are suspended from fishing …

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Man hit by train, in critical condition
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A man remained in hospital in critical condition Monday night, after he was struck by a train early that morning. The Winnipeg Police Service said emergency crews arrived at the intersection ……

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Surveys to help develop mental health, addictions strateg
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The province’s health minister is calling on Manitobans to help in laying out a government strategy on mental health and addictions issues.

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Province performs ‘record number’ of boat inspections in zebra mussels fight
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The provincial government says it performed a “record number” of inspections on watercraft this summer, targeting invasive species like zebra mussels in the province’s lakes.

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Health care survey complete farce
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The Pallister government’s online health care survey, which includes questions about a proposed health tax, is one of the most dishonest surveys I’ve seen in a long time.

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The Goldeyes just won a 6-hour baseball game in the 17th inning
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Holy shit. Deciding Game 5 is tonight! submitted by /u/chemicalxv [link] [comments]

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Recipe: Maple Bourbon Pear Galette
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Pie Girl Bakes’ recipe for Maple Bourbon Pear Galette

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Paddlewheel Princess being cut up and sold for scrap
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The Paddlewheel Princess was damaged beyond repair by fire in Selkirk earlier this year and the ship’s current owner is recouping whatever profit he can from the boat by recycling what he can.

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Single mom homeless after subsidy shrinks, Manitoba Housing rent increases
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A single mother who got off social assistance and started working full-time was evicted from Manitoba Housing, in part because she was behind in her rent by $100.

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Chaos, confusion as 100s of support staff in Winnipeg hospitals told their jobs will be deleted
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Health care aides at Winnipeg hospitals say morale on the units is at an all-time low as support workers face uncertainty, a shift into shift work and reduced hours in the near future.

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Details emerge of Kinew's assault, drunk-driving charges
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As new Manitoba NDP Leader Wab Kinew finishes his first day on the job, more details are emerging about his 2003 arrests for assault and drunk driving. CBC has reviewed the audio record of Kinew’s sentencing in September 2004.

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