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QuadrigaCX – Canadas BEST Bitcoin exchange
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STM promises mitigation measures for stranded exo riders come January
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STM officials say 30 coach-style buses have been leased to help with mitigation measures for when the Deux-Montagnes trains stop running Jan. 6, 2020.

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Customers fuming as Air Canada reservation system problems persist
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“I’d have to be a masochist to fly Air Canada again,” passenger Carrie Shoemaker told Global News.

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Letters: December 11, 2019
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STOP SKIMMING Read More

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City funds boost community safety groups
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The City of Winnipeg is providing $100,000 of safety grants to community groups. Read More

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Siloam Mission presses start on laundry facility
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With two washers, two dryers and a load of hope Siloam Mission officially opened its new laundry facility on Logan Avenue. Winnipeggers who have been part of the downtown organization’s employment …

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City announces safety, crime prevention grants
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Police have a lot of power and influence, but they can’t do what citizens like Talatu Shokpeka, Mandela Kuet and Kenton Eidse can: help people get into constructive activities and …

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Hugh Jackman is a Winnipegger…sorta
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EMPTY STOCKING FUND: Maxim-um cash for Cheer Board
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Well, that was a rather timely truckload of Christmas cash Read More

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Seed money for city’s million tree challenge grows to $1.25 million
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Winnipeg now has $1.25 million worth of donations to support its “million tree challenge,” but it’s not yet clear how many trees that will buy or where they’ll be planted. Read More

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Address causes, not symptoms, of downtown’s problems: report
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The Canadian Centre for Policy Alternatives is a calling on a more coordinated approach from the province and city to address the root causes of the mental health and drug problems in Winnipeg’s downtown. Read More

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Feed the Need in Durham ramps up production to meet seasonal rise in demand
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This time of the year, the need to help feed people in the region increases, and the services that help make that possible ramp up production.

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Manitoba ad seeking Quebec workers draws slow response
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While the provincial government’s $20,000 Quebec ad blitz generated plenty of headlines in Manitoba and la belle province, it has only resulted in a few dozen inquiries from Quebecers asking …

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Manitoba posts middle-of-the-pack per capita pot sales
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Manitoba is in the middle of the provincial pack in terms of retail cannabis sales per capita, according to a Statistics Canada analysis of the first year of Canada’s legal …

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Off-duty cops a popular gift that retailers are giving themselves to stem shoplifting tsunami
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Pricey Christmas trees 10 years in the making
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Getting into the holiday spirit will come at a higher price tag for Manitobans this year, as prices for Christmas trees surge across the continent due to a shortage that …

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Guardians of the gift galaxy
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Enterprising elves are offering consumers a secure address to send packages in exchange for donations during the holiday online shopping season. At least two Winnipeg locations — Sturgeon Heights Community Centre …

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Fatal hit and run driver gets 10 year prison sentence
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A B.C. man who ran over a Winnipeg grandmother in a stolen truck and left her to die has been sentenced to 10 years in prison. Gater Browne’s actions “must be ……

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Security shifts for off-duty cops on the rise
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With the number of retail thefts increasing exponentially in Winnipeg, so too are requests made by businesses for special duty officers to monitor their stores. Read More

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The reverse-Laine: Jets sniper a plus, all-around
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It was the self-deprecating Patrik Laine who came off the ice after practice, Wednesday. Read More

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Siloam Mission’s social enterprise laundry is ‘changing lives’
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Siloam Mission is out to provide a fresh start for people experiencing homelessness through a social enterprise laundry facility. Read More

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Defenceman Neal Pionk has been turning heads in short time with Jets
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DETROIT — Ask Winnipeg Jets fans which player on the team this year has surprised them the most and many are likely to say Neal Pionk. Read More

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Richmond RCMP hunt hit-and-run driver after Fraser Valley man killed
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Investigators say the victim had “visible trauma to his body that was consistent with being struck by a vehicle.”

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AG can order remediation agreements in ‘very rare circumstances,’ says Lametti
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Lametti says the director of public prosecutions should be the one to decide whether a company should have access to a remediation agreement to avoid being pursued for corporate crimes — most of the time.

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Scientists studying whether melting glaciers will affect Alberta’s drinking water
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“The glaciers themselves, with increased melt, they actually are banks of contaminants that have accumulated for decades,” said researcher Rolf Vinebrooke.

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Driver ticketed for having phone in plain sight wins B.C. Supreme Court appeal
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After years of mixed messaging from police and the courts, a recent B.C. Supreme Court ruling has provided some clarity on distracted driving rules.

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Fifty years of Cheer
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When Kai Madsen received a sales job transfer to Winnipeg from Calgary in the late 1960s, he found himself on a metaphorical island. “I knew absolutely no one in Winnipeg, none,” …

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Australia found responsible in workplace death of Manitoba pilot
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The Commonwealth of Australia has been found responsible for two breaches of the country’s workplace health and safety regulations in connection with the 2016 death of a Winnipeg helicopter pilot …

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Being in the black, doesn't mean being out of the woods
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The Pallister government may be planning to balance the books in two years. But it doesn’t mean the province will stop borrowing and racking up debt even after it’s in …

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The Forks opens land skating trail while waiting to see if river trail will be possible
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While there’s still no clear timeline for a possible river skating trail, the canopy rink and about one kilometre of on-land ice are now open at The Forks. Read More

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23 community groups get money from city for crime prevention, safety efforts | CBC News
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Ice build up on the bottom window. Tilt mechanism.
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Hi. I have very specific question. I noted that during very cold weather (-18 and below) the bottom of the window pane gets slightly wet plus the ice is forming on the bottom of the frame. To the point: Does anybody have a hint how to make the bottom of the window more resistant to […]

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PSA: Package thefts around Christmas time
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Have had two separate packages stolen this month in Tuxedo. Ironically the second package was a Nest doorbell camera to try and combat package thefts… Seems like people are just driving around looking for packages to steal especially around this time of the year. Turns out quite a few of our neighbours have had multiple […]

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Party leaders make final appeal to undecided voters on eve of U.K. election
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All 650 seats in the House of Commons seats are up for grabs in the election, which is being held more than two years early in a bid to break the political impasse over Brexit.

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Let there be light (therapy)
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As daylight hours shrink and parts of the province heed extreme cold warnings, more Winnipeggers are turning to artificial sunshine to get through dark days. Light-therapy lamps at local libraries are …

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Rockin' rarity
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It was a biter among all the provinces, but Manitoba scored the most eight-enders — taking into consideration its population — last curling season. Curling Canada recorded a total of 111 …

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Improperly-packaged pot tickets 'almost unenforceable': lawyer
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A new regulation that will allow Manitoba police and provincial inspectors to issue $672 tickets to people found possessing cannabis without its legal packaging is raising eyebrows among local criminal …

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Portion of northbound Hwy. 410 closed for police investigation
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Police say the partial closure of the northbound lanes comes after a traffic stop at around 2:20 a.m.

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