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QuadrigaCX – Canadas BEST Bitcoin exchange
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Trump may have committed a crime, ex-FBI official Andrew McCabe tells ’60 Minutes’
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“The president may have been engaged in obstruction of justice in the firing of Jim Comey.” McCabe said.

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Okay, who did it? Found at the YWG airport.
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Where can I de-mat cat?
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My cat is very matted and needs a lot of dematting/shaving. Where in Winnipeg can I find dematting services? A lot of places just serve dogs Would like to know of a place that doesnt ask for a lot of background info on cat. Its an indoor male cat, dont know much about it […]

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CS at Brandon Uni or U of M?
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thoughts? lets say no co-ops? just for the paper degree? while working on your own portfolio and obviously moving out after completing it unless you get a job. BU: pros : cheaper UofM: pros: solid, recoginsable. big city life tags: computer science submitted by /u/Blackboxbrownstrip [link] [comments]

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What is your opinion of Louis Riel?
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The man was one of the founders of Manitoba, but also hung for treason. I was wondering how you reconcile the different sides of this complicated man? submitted by /u/kickacol [link] [comments]

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Yesterday was Winnipeg’s 33rd consecutive day with maximum temperature ≤-8°C which makes January 16➞February 17, 2019 the longest run since 1993-01-18.
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Manitoba elder Joseph Meconse dies at 77
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Prominent Indigenous elder Joseph Meconse has died.

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Landowner says CN hasn't reached out after train carrying oil derails on his ranch
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While CN Rail publicly apologizes for a derailment that leaked crude oil onto a western Manitoba farm Saturday, the man who owns the land where cleanup efforts are now underway says he hasn’t heard one word from the railway company.

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Winnipeg mother looking for answers after daughter dies during Caribbean vacation
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A Winnipeg mother is returning home without her daughter after a winter vacation in the Dominican Republic ended in tragedy less than a day into their planned week-long holiday.

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WHL Roundup: Sunday, February 17, 2019
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PORTLAND, Ore. – Joachim Blichfeld added to his league-leading numbers with three goals and an assist as the Portland Winterhawks beat the Seattle Thunderbirds 5-2 on Sunday in Western Hockey League action.

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'Hero,' 'traitor' or 'it's complicated?' When it comes to Louis Riel, labels matter
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One hundred and fifty years ago this year, Louis Riel took one small step for the Métis and created one giant, complicated leap for his legacy. Since then, his story has not stopped evolving — and neither have the labels we’ve assigned to him.

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Trucking in meth: How smugglers sneak the destructive drug into Winnipeg
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Before their arrest last October, police allege Allan Rodney and Shontal Vaupotic were smugglers. The truck they drove and the road they travelled for a major Western Canadian drug trafficking operation were their conduit to a highly addictive drug Winnipeggers are importing in droves.

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UPDATED: CN begins cleanup after derailment causes crude oil spill near St. Lazare
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CN’s environmental experts have begun the cleanup of Saturday morning’s derailment which caused a crude oil spill after almost 40 train cars derailed near the community of St. Lazare in western Manitoba. CN officials said several of the cars had been leaking but the product has been contained and has not entered the Assiniboine River. […]

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Adam Helewka scores twice to lead Admirals over Moose 6-5
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Adam Helewka had two goals and an assist as the Milwaukee Admirals edged the Manitoba Moose 6-5 on Sunday in American Hockey League play at Bell MTS Place. Duncan Siemens, Joe Pendenza, Eeli Tolvanen and Matt Donovan also scored for the Admirals (23-20-10), who got 27 saves from Troy Grosenick. JC Lipon led the Moose […]

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Manitoba off to rough start at Scotties while Ontario, Alberta and B.C. still perfect
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SYDNEY, N.S. — This is just not how it’s supposed to go for Manitoba at national curling championships. Tracy Fleury’s East St. Paul team fell to 0-2 at the Scotties Tournament of Hearts Sunday morning after suffering a 7-5 loss at the hands of British Columbia (Sarah Wark). Manitoba also lost 7-6 to Alberta (Chelsea Carey) […]

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Call of the Wilde: Montreal Canadiens fall to the Florida Panthers
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Where the Habs are in the playoff chase will decide what Bergevin does as the trading deadline approaches.

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Vancouver Police search for missing senior with dementia 
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Vancouver Police are looking for missing senior Glen McKim.

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With Brexit deadline six weeks away, UK is in high anxiety
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Pretty much everyone in the U.K. agrees that the Conservative government’s handling of Brexit has been disastrous. Unfortunately, that’s about the only thing this divided nation can agree on.

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Australia says a ‘state actor’ led cyberattack against political parties
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Prime Minister Scott Morrison did not identify the state behind what he described as a “malicious intrusion” on Feb. 8.

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Princeton-area man credits Facebook group with helping save his life
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A man who lives in a rural area is crediting a Facebook group with helping to save his life by calling for an ambulance when his cellphone signal couldn’t get through.

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Manitoba town learns to coexist with polar bears, thanks to radar and unlocked car doors
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As sea ice shrinks, polar bears are coming into more towns more frequently to find food. Churchill, Man. is ahead of the curve in figuring out how to deal with that.

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What’s up at the old Reset Ultralounge?
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New signage going up and construction on the front of the building at Pembina and Bishop. Something about a "hot snow spa". Anyone know what's going in there? submitted by /u/davewpgsouth [link] [comments]

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Went to Activate, had a blast! Winnipeg originals?!?
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I had so much fun playing Activate last night, not related to them or sponsored lol but I gotta give a shoutout. Definitely bringing out of town guests here. What more impressive is that it's brainchild of a winnipeg couple, ready to bring it to Canada wide. I thought it was a franchise from the […]

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LAN centers?
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Is there any LAN centers you can drop in on? Sorry if this is a dumb question. submitted by /u/winnipegthrowaway3 [link] [comments]

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Winnipeg firefighters battle early morning blaze on Jarvis Avenue
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Winnipeg Fire and Paramedic Service responded to reports of a fire in a multi-family home early Sunday morning.

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Aurora shooter was issued firearm permit after 1995 assault conviction
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Gary Martin, who was killed in a shootout with officers Friday, ending his deadly rampage at the Henry Pratt Co. in Aurora, was issued a firearm owner’s identification card in January 2014 after a background check failed to show a 1995 aggravated assault conviction in Mississippi

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Quebec woman stabbed to death, teenage son in custody: police
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A 17-year-old boy is under police surveillance at a Quebec City hospital, in connection with the stabbing death of his 49-year-old mother Saturday night.

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'Mr. Pallister, please show you do care,' grieving mother of overdose victim pleads in open letter
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“What are you doing about the drug crisis in Manitoba?” That’s the question Arlene Last-Kolb, whose son Jessie died of a drug overdose, asks Premier Brian Pallister in her open letter.

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Winnipeg's Story Studio draws on power of storytelling to encourage reconciliation, bridge building
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Telling and listening to stories is one way of developing relationships, creating understanding and encouraging reconciliation. It’s why a group working with under-privileged people in inner-city Winnipeg built a state-of-the-art recording studio and is inviting people to come in and tell their stories.

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Crews extinguish overnight house fire in Winnipeg's North End
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Fire crews were called to a house fire in North Point Douglas early Sunday morning.

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CN cleaning up crude spill, has reopened railway after derailment
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CN Rail’s environmental experts have started the work of cleaning up crude oil that leaked out or rail cars after a derailment of dozens of oil cars in western Manitoba …

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Ottawa Senators, Winnipeg Jets GMs huddle; is a trade in works?
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Where there’s smoke, there’s fire? There was plenty of intrigue on display Sunday afternoon at Bell MTS Place as trade rumours between the Winnipeg Jets and Ottawa Senators appear to be ……

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Triathlon participants brave cold so homeless don't have to
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Dozens of hardy Winnipeggers braved the cold to run, cycle and skate on the Assiniboine and Red Rivers so homeless people could stay warm. The first Beat the Cold Winter Triathlon …

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Newfoundland skip red-faced after failing to see opportunity to score six points
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SYDNEY, N.S. — It seems every person in Centre 200 saw it, except for the five players and one coach wearing Newfoundland colours. Newfoundland (Kelli Sharpe) was playing Yukon (Nicole Baldwin) in a Pool B game at the Canadian women’s curling championship and had a golden opportunity to score big points in the fourth end. […]

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Manitoba drops into rare 0-2 hole at Scotties after loss to B.C.
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SYDNEY, N.S. — This is just not how it’s supposed to go for Manitoba at national curling championships. Tracy Fleury’s East St. Paul team fell to 0-2 at the Scotties Tournament of Hearts Sunday after suffering a 7-5 loss at the hands of British Columbia (Sarah Wark). Manitoba also lost 7-6 to Alberta (Chelsea Carey) on […]

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BEAT THE COLD: Winnipeggers brave elements to raise funds for homelessness
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The smile on Luke Rempel’s face hardly waned at the intersection of the Red and Assiniboine rivers just off the banks of The Forks. Sure, part of that might have been due to the sub-zero temperatures on an otherwise beautiful, sunny Sunday morning in the heart of Winnipeg. But in reality, the grin Rempel wore […]

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Langelaar chalks up Manitoba’s second Canada Games gold
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Winnipeg’s Tyson Langelaar celebrates his 20th birthday with his second gold medal of the 2019 Canada Winter Games in Red Deer, Alta., on Sunday. Langelaar, who captured gold and Manitoba’s first medal on Saturday in the men’s 1,500m, struck gold in the men’s long track speed skating 500m in a combined two-race final time of […]

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