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Manslaughter charge laid in South Indian Lake homicide
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An 18-year-old man is facing manslaughter charges after a South Indian Lake man was found dead earlier this week. Global News/ file. What is this? Sponsored content is written by Global News' editorial staff without any editorial influence by the sponsor.

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A runner's guide to the right pair of shoes
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WINNIPEG — Whether it's because you want to get active after the long winter months or you're training for the Manitoba Marathon, the right shoes are the most important piece of equipment you'll need. Global Winnipeg's Mike Koncan stopped by the …

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Winnipeg pummeled by intense storm
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The rain began to pummel the streets around 11 a.m. and was so intense it lead to overland flooding. Aftermath of #mbstorm in Richmond West pic.twitter.com/YjOnZMm6Xd. — MagicMen (Ken Brick) (@magicmenpdr) August 22, 2015. Drivers were left with …

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Fire destroys RV and kills dog
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GIMLI – An early morning blaze in an RV park has completely destroyed one vehicle and left a young girl with minor injuries. The incident happened Saturday morning around 5 a.m.at the Autumnwood Motel and RV Resort in Gimli. gimlifire3. Co-manager …

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Winnipeg Blue Bombers punt plans to add extra seating
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A plan to add temporary seating in the north end of Investors Group Field for the 103rd Grey Cup has been scrapped. John Woods / The Canadian Press. What is this? Sponsored content is written by Global News' editorial staff without any editorial …

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Dozens march in Winnipeg to remember Tina Fontaine
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WINNIPEG — Tears streamed down the faces of Tina Fontaine's cousins as they marched in her honour Friday. The 15-year-old's body was pulled from the Red River one year ago this week. Her friends and family are still searching for closure. “I don't …

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Heavy rainfall on the way for southeastern Manitoba
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WINNIPEG — Environment Canada has placed southeastern and parts of central Manitoba under a special weather statement. Heavy rainfall along with very strong northerly winds, possibly gale force, are expected over the weekend. The weather is an effect …

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Mulcair distances himself from Selinger, tackles aboriginal issues
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WINNIPEG – Federal NDP Leader Thomas Mulcair carefully drew a distinction between his party and Manitoba's NDP government on Winnipeg's Morning News Friday. Mulcair also talked about aboriginal issues and his party's childcare plan in the live …

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Better Winnipeg: Community garden provides more than tasty vegetables
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Rainbow Community Garden is located on some undeveloped land at the University of Manitoba. The space is divided up for 128 families to grow their own plants and vegetables. Story continues below. Global News. “They're reaction is huge excitement,” …

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Headstone marks a year since Tina Fontaine's body found
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A large crowd gathered at the unveiling of Tina Fontaine's headstone, a year after her body was discovered. Lauren McNabb / Global News. What is this? Sponsored content is written by Global News' editorial staff without any editorial influence by the …

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Paul Martin to make a stop in Winnipeg
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WINNIPEG – Former Prime Minister Paul Martin will be making a stop in Winnipeg on Monday. His visit comes just days after Prime Minister Stephen Harper hit the city for a Conservative rally. Martin will be here to help give the Liberals a boost in at …

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What Dads want on Father's Day
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WINNIPEG — No matter what you call him: dad, father, grandpa, many want the same thing on their special day. According to a recent survey by a Canadian marketing company, one in three dads said they don't want a gift at all. Even gift cards, the most …

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Woman fighting for life after stabbing on Main Street
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Winnipeg Police on scene at Main Street near Logan Avenue for reports of a critical stabbing Tuesday morning. Gage Fletcher / Global News. What is this? Sponsored content is written by Global News' editorial staff without any editorial influence by the …

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Families could see tax break in 2015
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WINNIPEG — If you are single income family with at least two kids, you may get a break on your taxes in the coming year. “People with kids will save a lot of money on taxes because the federal government made some good changes to help out families …

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Winnipeg company furnishing fairways at golf's top courses
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Bayco Golf in Winnipeg supplies golf accessories to many of the most storied courses in the world. Mitch Rosset / Global News. What is this? Sponsored content is written by Global News' editorial staff without any editorial influence by the sponsor. If …

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Severe thunderstorm sweeps through Winnipeg
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Environment Canada issued a severe thunderstorm watch just before 3 p.m. saying conditions were favourable for a severe thunderstorm to develop. Environment Canada warned that the storm could bring severe wind gusts, hail and torrential rainfall.

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Tornado threat passes for southern Manitoba
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Earlier in the day Environment Canada reported that a severe thunderstorm was heading east-northeast at around 35 km/h. The storm was capable of producing strong winds, large hail, heavy downpours and possibly tornadoes. Earlier this afternoon …

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Charles Adler signs off from Winnipeg
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WINNIPEG — After 17 years at the mic veteran broadcaster, Charles Adler, is signing off on his final radio show with CJOB. Adler joined the station in the 9 am time slot in 1998. For eight years he lead a national program and more recently, moved back …

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Pedestrian killed on King Street was Siloam Mission staffer
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Oanh Pham, a Siloam Mission staff member, mother and wife, was killed when she was hit by a truck while crossing King Street on Thursday morning. Facebook. What is this? Sponsored content is written by Global News' editorial staff without any editorial …

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Crash near Steinbach, Manitoba, sends 2 to hospital
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WINNIPEG – A crash at the intersection of highways 206 and 311 northwest of Steinbach, Man., sent two men to hospital Friday morning. The passenger of a Toyota Tacoma had to be extracted from the truck by firefighters, RCMP Cpl. Glen Binda said. He and …

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Massive Lego Yoda on display at Winnipeg Shopping Centre – Winnipeg …
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8 ft. tall Yoda created from Lego bricks on display at Polo Park after three days of building the creation. Josh Arason / Global News. What is this? Sponsored content is written by Global News' editorial staff without any editorial influence by the …

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WATCH: Marvel universe comes alive in Winnipeg
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WINNIPEG — The Marvel comic book universe comes to life at the MTS Centre this week. Marvel Universe Live gives audiences the opportunity to watch their favourite superheroes and villains battle in front of them. More than 25 Marvel characters come …

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CEO of Manitoba Hydro to step down in September
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Manitoba Hydro Electric Board says Scott Thomson is leaving to take a job in the private sector. He joined the Crown-owned utility in February 2012 and has been involved in securing approvals for the Keeyask hydroelectric project and the Bipole III …

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Manitoba's million-dollar government ads
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Manitoba Family Services Minister Kerri Irvin-Ross (center) and Jobs and The Economy Minister Kevin Chief (right, blue shirt) announce increased housing subsidies Friday, May 22, 2015 behind a sign bearing the government's Steady Growth, Good Jobs …

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Suspicious package false alarm closes downtown Winnipeg streets
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Emergency crews responded to the area of Fort St. at St. Mary Ave. around 7pm Friday evening for what turned out to be a false alarm. Reports from the scene indicate police had located a suspicious package.

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Winnipeg city councillor wants to restore Louis Riel monument – Winnipeg …
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WINNIPEG – A peeling, crumbling monument to Louis Riel needs to be restored, St. Vital Coun. Brian Mayes says. A plaque at the bottom of the slab of cement in Riel Park says it's a monument to Manitoba's founder, but the structure is in such bad shape, …

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Manitoba financial forecasts secret under information law: Finance dept.
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The Manitoba Finance department has refused to release any documents forecasting deficits or surpluses beyond 2017 for what it calls the summary budget. John Woods / The Canadian Press. What is this? Sponsored content is written by Global News' …

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Fog brings advisory, lovely photos in southeastern Manitoba Friday – Global News
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WINNIPEG – It didn't last long, but early morning photographers got some lovely morning fog snaps in southeastern Manitoba Friday. A fog advisory was issued for southeastern Manitoba at about 5:45 a.m. as the region was blanketed in heavy fog, creating …

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Storms batter parts of southern Manitoba
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WINNIPEG – Severe thunderstorms made their way across parts of southern Manitoba Wednesday evening with some parts of the province dealing with flooding. In Brandon, 60 millimetres of rain fell in an hour making it difficult to get around the city. St …

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Video, photos: funnel cloud spotted in south Winnipeg
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WINNIPEG — Winnipeggers spotted what appeared to be a large funnel cloud over south Winnipeg and south of the city around 6 p.m. Monday evening. There were no tornado watches or warnings in effect at the time of the sightings. Funnel cloud spotted …

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Winnipegger strikes double gold at Pan Am Games
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WINNIPEG — Winnipeg's Chantal Van Landeghem won a pair of gold medals in the pool on Tuesday at the Pan American Games in Toronto. Van Landeghem, 21, set a new Pan Am games record in winning the final of the 100 metre freestyle event. With a …

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Bomb unit on scene at Airport Canada Post building
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Emergency crews, including the bomb unit, responded to the Canada Post building at Winnipeg's International Airport Tuesday evening. Jeremy Desrochers. What is this? Sponsored content is written by Global News' editorial staff without any editorial …

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Stafford staying put with Winnipeg Jets
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WINNIPEG — The Winnipeg Jets will have one less free agent hitting the open market on Wednesday after the team announced forward Drew Stafford has re-signed with the Jets. Stafford agreeing to a 2 year contract extension that will pay him $4.35 …

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Winnipeg police uncertain how many bombs mailed
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WINNIPEG – Police do not know how many bombs have been mailed and anyone who was associated with Guido Amsel or his ex-wife should watch for packages similar to those already discovered, officials said Monday. “We don't know how many packages …

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Blast rocks Winnipeg neighbourhood as police investigate bombing – Global News
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Emergency crews were called to a law firm on Stradbrook Avenue Sunday night after reports of an explosive device. (Global News). What is this? Sponsored content is written by Global News' editorial staff without any editorial influence by the sponsor …

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Ride for Lyme goes nationwide
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WINNIPEG — Two friends are riding their bikes across Canada to change the way Canadians see Lyme disease. At the beginning of May, Daniel Corso and Tanner Cookson set out on a journey to bring attention to the debilitating illness, which can be …

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New Distracted Driving Penalties in Place
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Manitoba drivers will be hit with the most demerit points in Canada for distracted driving. Pat Wellenbach / The Associated Press. What is this? Sponsored content is written by Global News' editorial staff without any editorial influence by the sponsor …

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Child abduction social experiment starts conversation in Winnipeg
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YouTube and Vine star “Joey Salads” is well-known for pranking, but a social experiment he filmed at a public park has gone viral after he was able to walk away, hand-in-hand, with a child he didn't know. READ MORE: Social experiment sheds light on how …

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