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Motkaluk vows freeze on water and sewer rates, calls for audit of utility's spending
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Winnipeg mayoral candidate Jenny Motkaluk is calling for an audit of the water and waste utility, saying she’s unable to account for spending within the department – even though the …

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Snow expected for Barrie area on Wednesday: Environment Canada
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Residents in the Barrie, Collingwood and Orillia areas could see the first snowfall of the year on Wednesday.

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Kingston Voyageurs prepare for division foes
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Newcomer Brendan D’Agostino ignites the Kingston Voyageurs offence.

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Motkaluk pledges to freeze Winnipeg water and sewer rates until audit is done
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Mayoral candidate Jenny Motkaluk is promising to freeze Winnipeg water-and-sewer rates until the city conducts an audit of the way it spends money on wastewater upgrades.

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Comet In Moominland burns bright in dazzling return to MTYP
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It’s hard to imagine a tale of impending apocalyptic doom more completely charming and delightful than Manitoba Theatre for Young People’s Comet In Moominland.

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Cannabis retail outlet ‘like an Apple store’
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You could have mistaken it for the opening of the city’s latest Apple store or Bath & Body Works. Delta 9’s first cannabis shop in St. Vital was neither of those, of course. But when the pot producer and now public retailer opened their doors to the public at 10 a.m. on Wednesday, just hours […]

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‘It’s really sad’: Fiery rollover sends 7 students from same school to hospital
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Business booming as Winnipeggers line up for legal cannabis
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Winnipeggers were keen to buy legalized cannabis today online and in line. Matthew Dahl was the first retail customer to purchase cannabis at the Delta 9 store in Winnipeg. “I said give ……

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With Quinte Humane Society shelter at double capacity, officials call for adoptions
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With its shelter at almost double its capacity, the Quinte Humane Society is calling on the public to adopt cats.

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Audio released of conversation between cops and man accused in 2016 killing of Japanese student
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An audio recording of a conversation between police and the accused in the murder of Japanese student Natsumi Kogawa has been released.

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Camping for cannabis
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With just one more sleep until recreational cannabis becomes legal in Canada, some people just can’t wait.  One excited person has set up camp in front of the Delta 9 store on Dakota Street to make sure to be one of the first in the province to purchase some pot.   While Delta 9 will start…

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Nurse strikes in overtime, McDavid sets new record as Edmonton Oilers win over Jets in OT
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The Oilers stormed back in the third period and beat the Jets in overtime on Tuesday night.

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Red Deer ready to wrangle new visitors with city set to host Canadian Finals Rodeo for 1st time
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The Canadian Finals Rodeo gets underway in exactly two weeks and while the event has 45 years of tradition behind it, the 2018 edition will usher in a new era as Red Deer hosts the rodeo for the first time in its history.

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Canada Post workers could begin rotating strikes Monday
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The Canadian Union of Postal Workers says it has given strike notice to Canada Post that workers could walk off the job as early as next week.

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U.S. border patrol warns 'amnesty' for pot convictions doesn't guarantee entry
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A senior U.S. border patrol official is warning travellers that cannabis remains an illegal narcotic in the U.S. — and even if you’ve been granted amnesty for a previous pot-related criminal conviction, you could still be denied entry to the United States.

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Step inside a Winnipeg cannabis store
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Five retail spaces will open in Winnipeg Wednesday morning, the day recreational cannabis becomes legal in Canada. Here’s a look inside one of them.

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Janice Lukes joins 3 other incumbents endorsing Jenny Motkaluk as Winnipeg mayor
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Waverley West councillor-elect Janice Lukes said Tuesday she is backing Jenny Motkaluk’s effort to unseat incumbent Brian Bowman.

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First legal weed sold in Canada at Newfoundland shops
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“When’s the last time you bought a gram and got a receipt for it? Never happened,” said Canopy CEO Bruce Linton to his first customers as they stood in the front of the line for sales to officially start.

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Victim carjacked when online sale turns to armed robbery
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Police are warning the public to use caution when buying or selling items online following an armed robbery which occurred when the victim was robbed when he went to purchase an electronic item. On Monday, at around 8 p.m., police received a report of a robbery with a firearm in the area of Selkirk Avenue and […]

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Letters: October 17, 2018
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Swithceroo Re: Pallister’s carbon tax gaffe. Putting a price on big Manitoba polluters is not in Pallister’s agenda. I agree with the criticism, as Wab Kinew, leader of the Manitoba NDP, vents his displeasure with Premier Pallister  on Manitoba’s carbon tax cancellation. However, I see things a little bit different. Here’s my take. The premier […]

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Canada’s first legal purchase of cannabis made in Newfoundland and Labrador
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One of the first customers to buy legal recreational cannabis in Canada says he has no intention of smoking, vaping or otherwise consuming the gram of weed he bought at a store in St. John’s. Ian Power, who was first in line at one of several stores in the country’s easternmost province that opened just…

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Vancouver police search for missing man with dementia, Golden Retriever
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He has dementia and is unlikely to ask for help

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McDavid sets NHL record as Oilers comeback for OT win against Jets
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Darnell Nurse scored his first goal of the season 1:25 into overtime as the Edmonton Oilers overcame a three-goal deficit to beat the Winnipeg Jets 5-4 Tuesday.

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'Tell the truth' if U.S. border guards ask about legal pot use, lawyer advises
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Starting Wednesday, the laws around the consumption and sale of cannabis will change dramatically, and along with that could come uncomfortable questions for anyone attempting to cross the border into the U.S.

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Supreme Court ruling shows need for more Indigenous Parliamentarians and judges, says lawyer
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Following a Supreme Court ruling that there is no duty to consult Indigenous Peoples in drafting legislation, some officials say more Inuit, Métis and First Nations representation is needed on Parliament Hill.

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Motkaluk promises freeze of water and waste rates
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A mayoral candidate is promising to freeze water and sewer rates until an audit of recent rate hikes can be completed, if she’s elected. Jenny Motkaluk said she questions why only $15 million from sewer rate hikes imposed since 2015, which she estimates will raise $56.7 million of additional revenue, were spent on $1.4 billion […]

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Beat places for winter tires?
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WAs wondering where you would recommend and what promotions there are for winter tires. Was getting them before the snowfall and hoping to get the best possible deal. submitted by /u/mr_beachtrees [link] [comments]

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Police officers attacked making arrest
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A pair of police officers were attacked while making an arrest in St. Boniface on Monday evening. At around 9 p.m., officers were patrolling in the Central St. Boniface area when they spotted a male rummaging through property at the rear of a business. As the officers attempted to speak with him, he threw a […]

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RCMP arrest student with a gun at Selkirk high school, no one hurt
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SELKIRK, Man. — RCMP say they have arrested a student with a gun and ammunition at a high school in Selkirk. Mounties say they responded to a report of a student with a firearm. Educators put the Lord Selkirk Regional Comprehensive Secondary School into a lockdown as a precaution. Investigators say they arrested a 17-year-old […]

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Youth faces robbery, assault charges after beer vendor robbery
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A teenage boy faces robbery and assault charges after robbing a beer vendor on Monday evening. At around 8:30 p.m., police were called to a commercial robbery at a beer vendor in the 1400 block of St. Matthews Avenue. Police said a young male suspect had entered the store and selected a pack of beer. […]

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Winnipeg Jets waste 3-goal lead in overtime loss to Edmonton Oilers
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The Edmonton Oilers scored three times in the third period and again in overtime to beat the Winnipeg Jets 5-4 on Tuesday at Bell MTS Place.

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Calgarians raise concerns at 1st of 6 Olympic bid open houses
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People looked for more information about benefits, cost sharing and infrastructure upgrades that come with a potential bid.

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Legalization creates cannabis career boom in Winnipeg
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The legalization of cannabis has created a mini job boom in Winnipeg.

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'I replay that night so much': Someone Knows Something retraces slain teen's last night and haunting legacy
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The unsolved rape and killing of 15-year-old Kerrie Ann Brown — whom horseback riders found dead two days after she disappeared from a house party in Thompson, Man. — continues to haunt her family three decades after the devastating loss.

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FRIESEN: Bombers’ Walters says Gray has high ceiling
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The Winnipeg Blue Bombers have a general manager, after all. Kyle Walters, the now-you-see-him, now-you-don’t, front-office boss of the Bombers made a rare appearance before reporters, Tuesday. What a difference four weeks makes. Had Walters been available a month ago, the worry lines on his face would have been deeper, the bags below his eyes […]

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Manitoba cracking down on distracted drivers
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Manitoba is cracking down on drivers who use hand-held cellphones behind the wheel. As of Nov. 1, new rules will allow for short-term roadside licence suspensions and the fines will jump to $672 from $203, and the number of demerit points will increase to five from two. “Really, what this is about is safety,” said Infrastructure […]

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Belief in flu shot high, those getting it lower, says survey
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While nearly three-quarters of Winnipeggers believe getting the flu shot is important, only six out of 10 will actually get the annual vaccination. A new survey says 73% of those polled believe the flu shot should be sought ever year to help mitigate its spread and protect those most vulnerable to contracting the bug. But […]

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