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Brandon police search for missing teen
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Police in Brandon are asking for the public’s helping tracking down a missing 15-year-old boy.

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Risk of spring flooding low across Manitoba
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Flood forecasters say the risk for major flooding this spring is low for most areas of Manitoba.

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Tina Fontaine met social workers, police and health-care workers — but no one kept her safe
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In the six weeks 15-year-old Tina Fontaine was in Winnipeg, she came in contact with police officers, security officers, hospital staff and Child and Family Services. Her body was found in the Red River on Aug. 17, 2014. What went wrong?

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Manitoba signs federal climate-change plan
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After months of agreeing to disagree with the federal government, Manitoba has signed on to the Pan-Canadian Framework on Clean Growth and Climate Change, less than a week before a deadline that would have cost the province $67 million in federal funding. .

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'Flash mob round dance' in Saskatoon sends its love to Tina Fontaine and Colten Boushie
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About 75 people gathered at city hall Friday night in the wake of the Raymond Cormier not-guilty verdict

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Connor Hellebuyck posts 34-save shutout as Jets down Blues
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Connor Hellebuyck made 34 saves for his sixth shutout of the season and Blake Wheeler and Kyle Connor each had a goal and an assist in the Winnipeg Jets’ 4-0 victory over the St. Louis Blues on Friday.

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Dying Winnipeg boy's cancer diagnosis came too late: family
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The family of a Winnipeg teen with an aggressive form of cancer and only days to live says his illness should have been diagnosed sooner.

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Uber, Lyft continue Winnipeg prep even though they won't be ready to roll next week
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Vehicle-for-hire companies Uber and Lyft are mounting separate efforts to enter the Winnipeg market even as they confirm they will not be transporting passengers in the Manitoba capital next week.

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Peg Beer closure highlights disadvantage Manitoba craft brewers face: Farmery
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The closure of Peg Beer is a worrisome development for a craft beer industry that should be fizzing in Manitoba, says Farmery Estate Brewing Company.

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Alcohol a factor in crash between car and transit bus, police say
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A crash involving a Winnipeg Transit bus has sent 3 people to hospital, including one in critical condition.

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Winnipeg faces $5.64M tab to repair water-treatment plant problems
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The City of Winnipeg expects to spend another $5.64 million in the coming years to address deficiencies at its eight-year-old water-treatment plant and may decommission a chlorine-production facility originally built to eliminate the prospect of vehicle collisions with trains carrying the highly volatile chemical.

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5 charged after former businessman found dead inside Winnipeg home
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Five people have been charged in connection to the death of Hossein Lotfi, a retired North End business owner who was found dead inside his home last month.

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Billboard looming over Portage Avenue can remain as rooftop art gallery
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Winnipeg will allow a dilapidated billboard to continue hovering over Portage Avenue after the owner of the heritage building below it convinced councillors to allow it become a rooftop art gallery.

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Disappointment, pride in Ste. Anne after women's Olympic hockey team shootout loss
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Several dozen people gathered at the Ste. Anne Curling Club to cheer on Team Canada hockey players Jocelyne Larocque and Bailey Bram, who both hail from the Manitoba town about 40 kilometres southeast of Winnipeg.

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Winnipeg city council imposes pre-election funding blackout
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Mayor Brian Bowman and Winnipeg’s 15 city councillors won’t be allowed to make funding announcements for two months before this fall’s election.

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Peg Beer closes doors until further notice
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The owner of Peg Beer announced Thursday the Winnipeg brewery and restaurant has closed until further notice.

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Get the safety scissors — Winnipeg wants kid mayor to cut some ribbons, pitch ideas
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The antics at city hall can sometimes seem childish, so why not put a kid in charge?

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Dad 'sorry' in police interview after toddler Kierra's death, but stopped short of blaming mom
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Daniel Williams, the father on trial for manslaughter in connection to his toddler’s death, told police despite concerns about the girl’s health he did not take her out in public or to hospital in the weeks prior to her death because he was scared his children would be apprehended by Child and Family Services again.

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Afro Prairie Film Festival honours black cinema in Winnipeg
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Black cinema is taking centre stage in Winnipeg this weekend at the city’s first Afro Prairie Film Festival.

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Bowman, Browaty trade barbs in potential preview of 2018 mayoral race
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A potential preview of Winnipeg’s mayoral race unfolded Thursday on the floor of city council, where Mayor Brian Bowman and Coun. Jeff Browaty traded barbs during question period for the mayor.

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Civil servant fired over harassment complaint, other underwent counselling under Pallister gov't
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A senior civil servant was fired by the Pallister government after a series of allegations were raised by a government employee, according to the clerk of the executive council.

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Parents rap school over handling of social media threat
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A rural Manitoba school division is hosting a public meeting to discuss communications after a threat posted to social media left some parents feeling the situation had been mishandled.

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Cormier verdict brings fresh pledges to combat violence against Indigenous women
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Winnipeg’s mayor urged Canadians to “confront the shame and tragedy” of racism, the province pledged to end the marginalization of Indigenous women and Ottawa called levels of violence unacceptable following the trial of Raymond Cormier.

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'Hard for us to sit': Olympic hockey player's parents say their gold-medal game seats won't get much use
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A couple of nervous parents from small-town Manitoba will be in the stands in Pyeongchang Wednesday night, watching their daughter play in the game of a lifetime.

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Manitoba student, 16, questioned after Instagram post showing pellet gun
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Manitoba police say no charges have been laid in an ongoing investigation into an Instagram post showing a photo of a firearm and the statement “School is going to be fun tomorrow at the Niverville Collegiate.”

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'I'm not a saint': What Raymond Cormier revealed to CBC about the case against him in Tina Fontaine's death
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It wasn’t a totally unexpected call. What was unexpected was how quickly Raymond Cormier got in touch.

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'Calm before the storm' as jury deliberates on Raymond Cormier murder trial: MKO grand chief
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The leader of a group representing Manitoba First Nations says while she can’t predict the verdict the jury will reach in the second-degree murder trial of Raymond Cormier, she knows the outcome will be hard on the family of victim Tina Fontaine.

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Pallister to announce 'no wrong door' approach to harassment complaints today: source
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In a wake of CBC’s investigation into the conduct of a former NDP cabinet minister, Manitoba’s premier will announce new policy on dealing with sexual harassment, according to a senior government source.

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Realize The Full Potential Of A Cryotherapy Franchise
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Impact Cryotherapy is a leading manufacturer of cryotherapy machines. We are committed to selling the market’s best cryosaunas and offers exciting cryotherapy franchise opportunities around the world. We also offers installation, training, marketing and support services to help our clients succeed.

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Police bust marijuana grow-op worth more than $800K
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A 61-year-old man has been charged after Winnipeg police busted a marijuana growing operation in the city’s Southdale area.

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Criminal charges stayed after man tried to board flight from Winnipeg with semi-automatic gun
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Criminal charges against a man who tried to take a semi-automatic handgun on a flight from Winnipeg to Toronto last summer have been stayed.

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Independent MLA starts 'inquiry' into Manitoba Hydro
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Independent MLA Steven Fletcher has questions about Manitoba Hydro and he isn’t satisfied with answers given by the Crown corporation’s management and board or at recently held Public Utilities Board hearings.

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'My miracle:' Teen heart attack survivor to undergo groundbreaking, life-saving surgery — again
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A Winnipeg teen who had groundbreaking, life-saving heart surgery as a baby now has to undergo groundbreaking, life-saving surgery once again after a heart attack earlier this month.

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Veteran public servant tapped to become Winnipeg's next city clerk
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Longtime public servant Marc Lemoine has been tapped to become Winnipeg’s city clerk, one of only four city employees who report directly to council.

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At least 25 injured in Mexico ferry explosion
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An explosion rips through a ferry as it unloads passengers in the Caribbean beach city of Playa del Carmen, hurting 25 people, but authorities say none of the injuries were life-threatening.

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Selinger resignation opens big political door in Manitoba
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The resignation of NDP MLA Greg Selinger opens a path for Manitoba Liberals to grab a desperately needed seat, puts stress on the New Democrats to keep their seat count and offers a chance for the Tories to reinforce their huge 2016 electoral win.

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'A case can be built on circumstantial evidence': experts discuss Cormier trial
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Legal experts say a lack of physical evidence in the death of Tina Fontaine makes it difficult, but not impossible, for a jury to convict her accused killer in what has become a symbolic case for Indigenous women in Canada.

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Manitoba rivers feed 400M pieces of microplastic into Lake Winnipeg every year
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The Assiniboine and Red rivers are bringing 400-million pieces of tiny plastic into Lake Winnipeg every year, but most of it is thin, wiry and so small that even the avid beachgoer probably doesn’t know it’s there.

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After asking for help, man in stolen car pulls gun on Good Samaritan
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A passerby was threatened with a gun after stopping to help a driver stuck in a snowbank, police say.

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Errol Greene was to see doctor before given anti-seizure medication, inquest told
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Beverly Reeves, the acting health services manager at the remand, was not scheduled to work on May 1, 2016, but came in to help the nurse who was working alone.

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