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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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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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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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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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Happy birthday Bighill: Blue Bomber earns CFL honour, turns 30
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Winnipeg Blue Bombers linebacker Adam Bighill got a nice birthday gift from the CFL on Tuesday.

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Man carjacked at gunpoint after meeting someone about online ad
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A man who went to buy a notebook computer after answering an online ad instead found himself stranded after being carjacked at gunpoint.

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Distracted drivers in Manitoba will face licence suspension, tripling of fine
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If you’re caught driving while using a cellphone next month, police will strip you of your driver’s licence for three days and impose a fine that’s triple the existing financial penalty.

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Man believed to be high on meth kicks officers, threatens to stab them
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A 26-year-old man is charged with assaulting two police officers after they caught him rummaging through property at the back of a business in Winnipeg’s St. Boniface area.

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Selkirk high school student arrested after bringing gun, ammunition to school
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Manitoba RCMP arrested a 17-year-old high school student in Selkirk Tuesday after he brought a gun and ammunition to the school in his backpack.

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Detective ID's 2017 murder suspect in surveillance footage at trial
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A homicide detective identified Christopher Brass on surveillance footage presented in court Tuesday that was recorded from three different settings the morning 21 months ago when Bryer Prysiazniuk-Settee was found dead in the snow.

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Former Winnipeg financial adviser fined $100K, suspended
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A former financial adviser from Winnipeg has been fined $100,000 and suspended for 18 months by a hearing panel that found him guilty of a number of infractions earlier this year.

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Province mum on whether MLA accused of harassment still on Manitoba Hydro board
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The provincial government is refusing to say whether a veteran minister accused of harassment still has a seat on the Manitoba Hydro board.

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'Nickel and diming health care is costing lives up north,' family says after man dies en route to appointment
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The family of a heart patient who died while on a 10-hour bus ride to his appointment say his death highlights major gaps in the health-care system for northern Manitoba.

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Manitoba won't have enough cannabis to meet demand, distributor says
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Manitoba Liquor and Lotteries confirmed Monday that “we are expecting that less product than anticipated will be available.”

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New coin marks 100 years since end of First World War
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A colourful new toonie has been issued by the Royal Canadian Mint to mark the 100th anniversary of the end ofWorld War I .

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Harassment complaint against MLA Cliff Graydon 'dealt with internally'
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There are few details about how the Progressive Conservative government managed a harassment complaint against MLA Cliff Graydon after he allegedly offered a seat on his lap to a female legislative staffer at a meeting last week.

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Trial begins as city tries to recoup $72K in dumping fees from Samborski Environmental
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A senior manager with the city’s water and waste department testified Monday that Samborski Environmental failed to pay more than $72,000 in dumping fees between the summers of 2010 and 2011.

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Winnipeg police will be allowed to toke up — off the clock — come Oct. 17
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Winnipeg police can consume cannabis come Oct. 17, and won’t be subject to the strict policies some police forces have issued.

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Moose Lake boaters never made it to destination, found dead
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Two men are dead after heading out on a boat trip Saturday.

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'That's ridiculous': Judge scolds City of Winnipeg for failure to disclose emails in developer lawsuit
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A court of Queen’s Bench justice took the City of Winnipeg to task on Monday because of its policy to delete emails that are more than a year old.

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MPI defends need for higher premiums, posts more than $70 M in earnings so far this year
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Manitoba’s public insurer is defending it’s request to boost rates by 2.2 per cent after posting more than $70 million in earnings in the first half of its fiscal year.

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Closet 'stacked' after calls for clothing donations for sex assault victims
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A Winnipeg clinic that provides 24 hour crisis counselling to victims of sexual assault recently put out a plea for clothing donations and the community rolled up, and donated, their sleeves.

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'There's too much fat-shaming': Group says weight-based discrimination impacts health
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A forum was held in Winnipeg Monday night to discuss the negative impacts of weight-based bias and discrimination on people’s health and well-being.

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'It's just a big blank': Helicopter search for Dwayne Lavallee yields no signs of missing man
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Friends and family of Dwayne Lavallee have ramped up their search for the missing 21-year-old, hiring a helicopter to fly over the area where he was last seen.

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Brian Bowman promises to create youth council at city hall if re-elected
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Brian Bowman says he’ll establish a new committee to ensure Winnipeg’s youth are heard if he’s re-elected mayor.

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Second-degree murder trial begins after man found lying in snow on Aberdeen
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The mother of Bryer Prysiazniuk-Settee sobbed under her breath Monday morning as the details of her son’s 2017 death were read out in a Winnipeg court room.

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Better wages, job protection, in new contract with big Manitoba grocer
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About 3,500 workers at Superstore, Extra Foods, and No Frills stores in Manitoba have ratified a new contract with Loblaw, with the union saying it improves wages and protects full-time positions.

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Winnipeg priest charged with multiple sex assaults dating to the 1980s
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A retired Winnipeg priest has been charged in a historic sexual assault investigation.

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'Hotter hot spells and colder cold spells': climate change already making mark on Manitoba
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The dreary, cold fall the province has been experiencing? It’s not a coincidence, says one scientist.

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West End Cultural Centre takes home WCMA for giving back to community
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The venue took home the Community Excellence Award at the 2018 Western Canadian Music Industry Awards, its fourth consecutive year taking home the award.

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