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QuadrigaCX – Canadas BEST Bitcoin exchange
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A question to handymen about home renovations & asbestos
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I just bought my first house in the Riverview area (built 1914), and am considering renovations involving removing plaster & lathe, popcorn ceiling, as well as a partial wall removal. I bought this house with the intent of learning how to do renovations (and subsequently, learning how to fix my fuck-ups). I'm less concerned about […]

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JETS GAME DAY: Winnipeg Jets at Minnesota Wild
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Winnipeg’s struggling defence vs. Minnesota’s struggling offence Read More

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FRIESEN: Jets need second wind for second half
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Some will prefer to describe the glass as half-full when looking at where the Winnipeg Jets sit at the midpoint of the NHL season. Read More

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Ethiopian emperor's descendant to visit city
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The Manitoba Historical Society is bringing royalty to Winnipeg. The grandson of the late Ethiopian emperor Haile Selassie I will be the guest of honour and keynote speaker at a formal …

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Moose finds way into town
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There was a moose on the loose in town Thursday. Brandon police and animal control officers were called to a house on Viceroy Crescent, off Rosser Avenue in the west end …

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Nurses union mulls 'grey listing' HSC
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Amid a mound of unresolved grievances and mounting concerns about unsafe and inappropriate working conditions, the Manitoba Nurses Union is mulling the rare move to discourage members from taking jobs …

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Dikes, ditches and dams: Manitoba's fight against flooding is complex
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WINNIPEG – It has become an annual ritual in Manitoba — mid-winter thoughts turn to the spring melt and whether land and communities will be threatened by rising water that …

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Peterborough man charged with possession of stolen property
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Officers responded to a report of someone attempting to enter vehicles early Friday.

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Snow coming to Nova Scotia as Environment Canada issues special weather statement
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Environment Canada says a system will approach the Maritimes on Sunday, with some regions expected to receive 15 centimetres of precipitation.

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City asked to spend $2.6M to combat climate change
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Winnipeg city council is being asked to devote $2.6 million to battle climate change over the next four years. Read More

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Tim Hortons staff locked out, replaced over dime hourly raise
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Unionized employees of a downtown Tim Hortons were picketing Friday morning at Portage and Main, after the franchise owner locked them out over a wage increase roughly equivalent to the …

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Judge imprisons Wolseley killer at least 15 years in neighbour's 'vicious' murder
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Calling her actions vicious, sadistic and bizarre, a judge sentenced Brenda Schuff to life in prison with no chance of parole for 15 years in the 2017 killing of Judy ……

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Carlos Ghosn’s escape: What we know about the ex-Nissan boss’ misconduct case
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Here’s a look at the unfolding case of the fallen superstar of the auto industry.

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Ross Memorial Hospital in Lindsay welcomes first baby of 2020s
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Walker George, the second child of Matt and Chantel George, was born around 10:40 a.m. on Jan. 2, 2020.

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1 dead after stabbing in Paris suburb; suspect killed by police
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French Interior Ministry officials and many police were on the scene in the southern suburbs of Paris.

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Justin Bieber drops new song ‘Yummy,’ an ode to wife Hailey
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The official music video for Justin Bieber’s ‘Yummy’ will be released on Jan. 4 at 12 p.m. on his official YouTube channel.

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Honorary street name tribute to Transcona veteran
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When Second World War veteran Henry Golis learned his name would grace a street sign in his old east Winnipeg neighbourhood, he had one but thought: “I feel honoured. Very …

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Just moved to Winnipeg (after 10 years away). Looking for west end recommends.
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Where is the best place to commit a murder? I just wanna fit in. Kidding aside, I moved back after 10 years out of province – went east, then west, then north… and I've never lived in this part of the city before… Those on this side of town, what are you favourite eats? How […]

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Motorcycle Rental
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Both my buddy and I have had our licenses for ~8 years, but both sold our bikes a few years ago for various reasons. He is getting married in the summer, and him and I always talked about doing one last trip for his bachelor party. Does anybody know if there are motorcycle rentals here […]

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Winter yard sale?
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My family buys storage lockers at auction, and it really got me into something more than drinking. During the summer I'd be there every weekend having sales, or just going to organize. My dad's doing the winter roads again, so it's just me doing locker stuff. If I make a yard sale during the winter, […]

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Anyone know what this vehicle was doing past my house? Police?
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N.L. father charged with abduction was arrested at ferry terminal: police 
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The Royal Newfoundland Constabulary says the 12-year-old boy was found with his father at the Marine Atlantic terminal in Port aux Basques, N.L., which crosses to North Sydney, N.S.

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Guelph man walking dog turns around to see truck being stolen: police
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A man’s truck was almost stolen while he walked his dog early Friday morning, according to Guelph police.

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Letters: January 3, 2020
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Shooters not duck hunters Read More

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GIESBRECHT: Difficult conversations about reserve system are needed
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EDITORIAL: PM going backwards on climate change
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According to polling done by the Trudeau government prior to the Oct. 21 election, most Canadians are skeptical about Canada meeting its greenhouse gas reduction targets for 2030 but want us to try. Read More

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HSC sex assault treatment program expands to domestic violence care
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Manitoba’s largest sexual assault treatment program has expanded care for victims of domestic violence. Seeing a need for trauma-informed treatment that wasn’t solely for people who have been sexually assaulted, the …

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City mulls Exchange parking rate cut
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CITY hall is looking at reducing street parking rates in the Exchange District by 50 cents an hour amid concerns from local business owners that high meter fees are cutting …

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Refugee grateful for opportunity for 'beautiful life'
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The new decade began full of love and hope for one newcomer who faced hatred, death and despair not long ago. Muhazu Muniru has lost nearly everything in his 33 years: …

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RCMP defends practice of profiling people by scouring their online presence
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A Toronto activist concerned about mining-industry abuses recently learned the Mounties compiled a six-page profile of her shortly after she showed up at a federal leaders debate during the 2015 election campaign.

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Youth injured after stabbing at Vaughan Mills mall, 2 suspects arrested
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As of Wednesday evening, it was unclear how severe the victim’s injuries were.

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4 dead after rockets fired at Baghdad airport, Iraq says
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It was not immediately clear who had fired the rockets or who was targeted.

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‘Stable values’ touted for 2020’s Okanagan property assessments
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The average Kelowna home is valued at $629,000, down two per cent from $643,000 in 2019.

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Winnipeg working to protect homeowners behind on their taxes
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A Winnipeg city councillor is lobbying for a change to prevent certain lending companies from taking the titles of local homes and businesses through the city’s tax sale process. Read More

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NFL-bound Bombers bid fond farewell to the ‘Peg
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We don’t all get a shot at our dream job. Read More

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Hellebuyck rocked as Leafs hammer Jets in wide-open affair
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It has been an epic struggle for the Winnipeg Jets this season when they are playing fast-skating, high-octane offensive teams and, with their goaltender having one of his worst games in recent memory, things got worse on Thursday night. Read More

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Tories play Manitoba 150 marketing ploy
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The problem with the Pallister government’s decision to rebrand $45 million of infrastructure spending as “Manitoba 150” anniversary costs is it gives the appearance the province is spending lavishly on …

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