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Plane carrying 25 people crashes near northern Saskatchewan airport
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A West Wind Aviation plane carrying 22 passengers and three crew members crashed near the Fond-du-Lac, Sask., airport shortly after takeoff early Wednesday night, according to the RCMP. Several injuries were reported.

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Chinese Manitobans gather at legislature to mark Nanking Massacre
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More than 100 people gathered at the Manitoba legislature Wednesday night to honour and remember the victims of the Nanking Massacre.

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Man shot by police in critical condition
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A 25-year-old man is in critical condition after he was shot by Winnipeg police in the North End.

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Aging fighter jets to be replaced in mid-2020s, Liberals will buy used Aussie planes as stopgap
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Canada plans to buy a handful of used Australian fighter jets as a stopgap on the way to replacing all of the air force’s aging CF-18s sometime in the mid-2020s, the Liberal government said Tuesday.

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Manitobans walk to mark death of toddler who inspired Jordan's Principle
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​Dozens braved sub-zero temperatures in Winnipeg Tuesday night to remember a First Nations boy who died waiting for the provincial and federal governments to decide who would pay for his health care.

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Don't touch that cat: Humane Society program focuses on felines' minds, not their cuddles
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They animal shelter has started retraining its team of 150 volunteer cuddlers in an effort to broaden the range of activities and stimulation they offer to the cats in their care.

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Winnipeg, Edmonton see highest numbers of shootings by police officers in 2017
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Winnipeg police officers shot five people so far this year — more than police in larger cities like Calgary, Toronto or Vancouver, according to data provided to CBC by police services and police oversight agencies.

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Winnipeg's inner-city groups wasting 'precious resources' to prove value to province: report
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Many inner-city groups are plagued with uncertainty over future funding and say they’re not getting clear direction or communication from the province, according to the latest State of the Inner City report.

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No more waiting in the cold: Rural Manitoba school division to start using school bus-tracking app
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A rural Manitoba school division will soon be using technology to make the wait for the school bus a lot more precise, and likely a lot more pleasant.

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Health Canada decides against banning wire-bristle BBQ brushes
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Health Canada has decided against banning the sale of wire-bristle barbecue brushes, and is instead leaving brush safety mostly in the hands of industry and grillers, according to its latest risk assessment report.

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Serious incident sends police to North End neighbourhood
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Winnipeg police are at the scene of a serious incident in the city’s North End.

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Crash sends 4 to hospital, shuts down Fermor Avenue at St. Anne's and St. Mary's roads
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Four people were rushed to hospital after a crash Wednesday morning that has blocked traffic at two of Winnipeg’s biggest intersections.

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Council approves 25-cent transit fare hike as 2018 budget passes
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Bus fares are going up a quarter a ride next year, as city council has approved Winnipeg’s spending plans for 2018.

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Lake, campground in Riding Mountain National Park closed after discovery of zebra mussel DNA
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Parks Canada has closed a lake and campground in Riding Mountain National Park to the public after DNA evidence of zebra mussels was found in water samples taken this summer and fall.

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Former Manitoba Health employee snooped on records of family, senior public officials: ombudsman
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Manitoba Health didn’t do enough to mitigate the risks of a privacy breach. That was the provincial ombudsman’s finding in a report detailing the investigation of an employee who accessed the medical records of his estranged daughter, colleagues and some senior public officials.

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Good grief! Like its title character, MTYP's Charlie Brown double bill is unassuming but likable
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MTYP’s Charlie Brown double bill, which brings together You’re a Good Man, Charlie Brown and the stage adaptation of the 1965 TV classic A Charlie Brown Christmas, is a lot like Chuck himself — it’s not flashy and it doesn’t always hit a home run, but it’s awfully likable all the same.

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4 bombing incidents part of same case, rules judge in Guido Amsel trial
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A judge hearing the case of Guido Amsel has ruled there are enough similarities and linkages connected to four bombing events that she can conclude they are not coincidental and are the responsibility of the same person.

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New all-weather road linking Berens River, Bloodvein to highways will open up economic opportunities: mayor
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An all-weather road linking two Manitoba First Nations and the provincial highway network is now complete.

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Ojibway 'Netflix' launches on Apple store
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The world’s first Indigenous language TV streaming app launched on the App Store Tuesday, allowing people to stream Ojibway education and entertainment programming through an Apple TV device.

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'Right in their own backyard': New Google Earth project maps Canada's residential schools
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The Google Earth Voyager residential school story uses more than 100 markers to geographically show Canada’s residential school sites.

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Brandon priest pleads guilty to using church credit card for Vegas trips, massages, Netflix
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A Manitoba priest who admitted to using a church credit card for nearly $200,000 in private purchases has pleaded guilty to theft.

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Winnipeg man's murder was 'vicious revenge killing,' judge says as teen pleads guilty
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A Winnipeg teen has received a maximum youth sentence of seven years custody and community supervision for what a judge described as the “vicious revenge killing” of 20-year-old Canon Beardy.

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Indigenous languages such as Cree and Ojibway set to make a big leap in the House of Commons
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The House of Commons is getting set to include real-time interpretations of Indigenous languages like Cree, Ojibway and Inuktitut.

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Handful of Manitoba schools close after snow blankets parts of Manitoba
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Schools are closed and buses are staying parked in a few school divisions after snow covered much of Manitoba overnight.

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Suspect, 3 others injured in 'attempted terrorist attack' at NYC transit hub
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A pipe bomb strapped to a man went off in the New York City subway near Times Square on Monday at the height of the morning rush hour, injuring the suspect and leaving three other people with minor injuries, officials said.

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Manitoba lone holdout on federal pot tax plan
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Manitoba is the only province not joining in on a federal-provincial agreement to share the tax revenue from legalized cannabis.

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Winnipeg School Division adopts concussion protocols
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Conversations around concussions are dominating junior and professional sports leagues and now Winnipeg schools are taking action.

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RCMP searching for missing woman from Thompson, Man.
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Thompson RCMP are asking for the public’s help in locating a missing woman.

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Polar bear capital of the world debating sale of legalized marijuana
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The northern Manitoba town known as the polar bear capital of the world may be remote, but it’s dealing with the same issue as many of the province’s municipalities — whether cannabis should be sold in the community once recreational use is legalized in July.

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2nd attack in 27 minutes was death blow: Judge
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Travis Chief wasn’t the first person to assault Henry Kipling the night he died, but a judge rejected his claim it was the first attacker who should be held solely responsible and convicted him Monday of manslaughter.

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Mathieu Perreault helps Jets snap 3-game losing streak
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Mathieu Perreault scored two goals and added one assist to help the Winnipeg Jets halt a three-game losing streak with a 5-1 victory over the Vancouver Canucks on Monday.

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'It hurts! It hurts like heck!': patient sore about loss of HSC IV team
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A Winnipeg woman dreads her monthly trips to the HSC for IV medication because the hospital recently deleted a team of nurses who specialized in IVs as well at the same time they told staff to stop using local anesthetic.

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Winnipeg piano prodigy performing at Carnegie Hall in international competition
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Angela Suet Kee Ng was chosen to perform at the American Protégé International Music Competitions in New York City after submitting a recording of her playing Mozart’s piano sonata in C Major at the Winnipeg Music Festival.

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Council poised to debate budget
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After three weeks of debate and a little bit of backtracking, city council will debate the 2018 budget Tuesday.

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Community safety officers a model for dealing with RCMP shortage in northern Manitoba
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To support RCMP in a busy Thompson detachment, the city of Thompson partnered with the province in 2015 to launch a two year pilot project which amended existing legislation to give community safety officers, peace officer status and the authority under the Intoxicated Persons Detention Act to deal with concerns that the RCMP would otherwise […]

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Dad's fedora to take special seat at Winnipeg linesman's 1,000th NHL game
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Vaughan Rody’s father stopped talking to him when he found out his son was going to quit “a good union job” with the City of Winnipeg to chase his dream of becoming an NHL referee, but he was so proud he couldn’t speak when his son achieved his goal.

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Foster mom charged in 2016 homicide of teen with autism, family says
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Lydia Whitford’s foster mother has been charged in connection with the 18-year-old’s death in 2016, the teen’s family says. Lisa Marie Campbell, 26, was arrested in Winnipeg on Thursday.

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Winnipeg police release photos of man accused of knocking out woman's teeth on bus
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Winnipeg police have released photographs of a man they say knocked the teeth out of a passenger on a bus after she tried to prevent another man from sexually harassing another woman.

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