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Pride Winnipeg needs volunteers days before festival start
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Pride Winnipeg is putting out a call for volunteers days before the launch of its 30th festival.

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Canadian actor Adam Beach walks a fine line as an ambassador for Canada 150
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Canadian actor Adam Beach finds himself walking a fine line after agreeing to be an ambassador for the federal government’s Canada 150 celebrations.

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From the Netherlands to Winnipeg, project promotes cycling culture
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More than 100 bicycles hitting the streets of Winnipeg will be more than a mode of transportation — they will carry a story that crosses the ocean, peddles through the Netherlands and promotes the cycling lifestyle.

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Main Tera Boyfriend Lyrics
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Main Tera Boyfriend Lyrics from Raabta is sung by Arijit Singh Neha Kakkar and Meet Bros. Its music is given by Sourav Roy and lyrics are penned by Kumaar.

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Via Rail changes policy on wheelchairs, mobility aids on trains
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Via Rail has changed its policy on wheelchairs and other mobility aids to comply with a federal order demanding it make its trains more accessible to those who use the devices.

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5 families displaced after fire rips through housing complex in The Pas, Man.
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Nearly two dozen people have been forced from their homes as a result of a fire at a Manitoba Housing complex in The Pas, Man.

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Fatal overnight crash hit-and-run: police
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A 30-year-old man is dead after a fatal crash on Cumberland Avenue Sunday morning.

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Instagram Real Likes
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Grand chief's 120-km walk to counter Canada 150 festivities, honour resilience
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A Manitoba indigenous leader plans to walk 120 kilometres next month in a decidedly different commemoration of Canada’s 150th birthday.

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Fast and Furious Feast to take over Winnipeg's Exchange District
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A feast is coming to Winnipeg’s Exchange District this Friday and it’s going to be fast and furious.

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'It's senseless': Dozens of headstones toppled at Winnipeg cemetery
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John Laporte found roughly 50 graves had been vandalised in one of Winnipeg’s oldest cemeteries.

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'She was so skinny': Community donates nearly $800 to animal rescue to help Betty, an abandoned dog
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A small-town Manitoba dog rescue raised nearly $800 in one day to help care for an abandoned dog named Betty.

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Residential schools take centre stage in new musical production
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The story of Canada’s residential schools is told in a dark new musical that comes with a trigger warning.

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'Tante Madeleine,' 1st female member of Winnipeg Press Club, dies at 97
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Madeleine Bernier, born in St. Boniface, Man., in 1920, cut her teeth at the Winnipeg Free Press as a journalist and assistant editor of the women’s page.

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Manitoba man charged after girl, 2, found safe
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A Brandon, Man., man is facing a slew of charges after fleeing with a two-year-old girl, Ontario Provincial Police say.

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Flora's alphabet adventure: Toastmaster explores Manitoba's communities, from A to Z
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Flora Schalla is on a journey to learn about communities across Manitoba, one letter of the alphabet at a time. Read more about Schalla, one of the many nominees in CBC Manitoba’s #IamMB project.

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Sleepless in Winnipeg: How looking into the cause of snoring can improve your life
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Snoring isn’t just annoying. It can also be a sign of sleep apnea, which can cause a variety of health issues. Jo Davies hopes the results of her test for sleep apnea will help her get more shut-eye.

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Ottawa English teacher gives Bard the boot in favour of Indigenous writers
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How much attention should Shakespeare get in high school English courses? An Ottawa high school teacher says she stopped teaching the Bard five years ago to showcase Indigenous authors.

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'Swerving into danger': drivers warned not to swerve when encountering geese
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If you’re heading out on the road this weekend and encounter geese, one thing is clear — don’t swerve.

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Kenora, Ont. man seeks answers after police detonate explosives on his property
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A Kenora, Ont. resident is looking for answers after he said police blew up some explosives on his property without his knowledge or consent.

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5 tips for starting your garden strong this season
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Gardeners, rejoice: It’s May long weekend, which means the summer gardening season has unofficially begun.

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Police investigate 8-year-old boy's death in Rushing River Provincial Park
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Police are investigating after an eight-year-old boy was found dead in Rushing River Provincial Park not far from Kenora, Ont.

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Opening the cottage this weekend? Tips for getting back to living at the lake
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If you’re heading out to the cottage this weekend, seasoned cottagers have some tips for you.

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Falcon Lake incident is Canada's 'best-documented UFO case,' even 50 years later
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Stan Michalak can still vividly remember when his dad came home sick and injured from something that happened in the Falcon Lake woods on the May long weekend of 1967.

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Manitoba school's powwow club teaches dance, culture, reconciliation
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With music, regalia and a lot of fun, a powwow club in a Winnipeg school is bringing reconciliation into the classroom.

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Canadians will play for gold after Scheifele leads comeback vs. Russia at hockey worlds
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Canada will get a chance to win a third straight gold medal at the world hockey championship. Ryan O’Reilly scored with about three minutes left to play and Sean Couturier added an empty-net goal as Canada beat Russia 4-2 in semifinal play on Saturday in Cologne, Germany.

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Giving their cut: 24-hour salon marathon supporting homeless
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A 24-hour cut-a-thon is raising money for a St. Boniface homeless shelter this weekend.

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Big crowds for opening day of St. Norbert Farmers' Market
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With fiddles playing and the smells of delicious food wafting in the air, people turned out in droves to the opening day of Winnipeg’s St. Norbert Farmers’ Market on Saturday.

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Dinner for Syrian refugees over a year in the making
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It’s a dinner over a year in the making and next Wednesday it will be served with all the trimmings — Syrian style, that is.

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Huge dust devil in Brandon, Man., due to warm, dry weather
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Dry, sunny conditions are bringing out the dust devils in Manitoba.

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Price Chopper rolls down its prices for the last time
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Saturday was a sad day for loyal Price Chopper customers, as the bargain grocer rolled its prices down for the last time.

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Explore the great outdoors, while indoors: Google Street View offers tour of Manitoba trails
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If you’re stuck for inspiration about where to go this long weekend — or stuck at home and can’t go anywhere — you can take a peek at parks and trails in Manitoba from the comfort of your couch.

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City gets green light to fog for mosquitoes with DeltaGard
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The city got the go-ahead from Health Canada to use DeltaGard 20EW to tackle the city’s adult mosquitoes should fogging be required.

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MMIWG chief commissioner still has 'hope' despite rocky start
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The chief commissioner of the inquiry into missing and murdered Indigenous women and girls says the criticism the inquiry has received over its progress so far is not the result of a leadership or staffing deficiency but rather a failure to communicate the “tremendous work” it has already accomplished.

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Former Calgary Stampeders running back Stan Kaluznick dies at age 85
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Stan Kaluznick, who led the Calgary Stampeders in rushing during the 1951 season, has died. He was 85.

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Indigenous Music Awards show returns to Winnipeg
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From country music and instrumental to powwow and rock, Indigenous artists from across North America were honoured at the Indigenous Music Awards tonight.

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Pool parasite: Swimmers urged to take simple steps to avoid Cryptosporidium
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Before dipping into a swimming pool or lake this long weekend, take precautions against stomach-turning parasites that may lurk in the water, public health officials say.

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Electoral reform: Window of opportunity opens to revive our democracy
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Canadians should pressure their MPs to vote in favour of reviving electoral reform, the prime minister’s sidelined ‘cornerstone campaign promise,’ say two Winnipeg-based community organizers.

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Commission on missing, murdered Indigenous women has become a fortress of bureaucratic incompetence
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The commission cranks out sensitive-sounding, culturally appropriate news releases, but doesn’t seem terribly interested in, or very good, at actually speaking to the families of missing and murdered Indigenous women, which is, after all, its main job.

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Agency that oversees immigration consultants appears to be in turmoil
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The council that oversees thousands of immigration consultants in Canada is in the midst of what many describe as a crisis, beset by resignations, infighting and harsh criticism from lawmakers and lawyers.

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Manitoba RCMP hope they won't see a fatal crash this weekend — but stats suggest they will
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Manitoba RCMP officers are urging drivers to be safe behind the wheel heading into the long weekend after five straight years of highway fatalities.

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