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Fire crews tackle blaze in downtown Winnipeg
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WINNIPEG — Fire crews battled a massive rooming house blaze on William Avenue between Juno Street and Isabel Street in downtown Winnipeg Monday evening. Crews rushed to 511 William Avenue shortly after 6:30 p.m.. The blaze sent flames shooting …

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Toronto slaying suspects may be in Winnipeg, police say
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Sabrina Chouart, 27, and Clyde Marshall, 36, are wanted in connection with the slaying of Sina Parsi. Global News. What is this? Sponsored content is written by Global News' editorial staff without any editorial influence by the sponsor. If you'd like …

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Former Winnipeg Goldeye cooks up new career
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“I've never worked in a restaurant,” said the former Winnipeg Goldeye. “All my jobs have been sports related.” Ramon has had a full plate despite having just retired from professional baseball. He and his neighbour opened Fusian Experience, a sushi …

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Allergists in high demand in Manitoba
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WINNIPEG — Spring is finally here, and for allergy sufferers, it means dealing with itchy, watery eyes and runny noses — and for many, a long wait to see a specialist. The Fontaine family found out about their daughter's allergy the hard way when …

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Special air quality statement ended for Winnipeg
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A fire near La Ronge, SK Monday. Enivonment Canada says the smoke will affect air quality in Winnipeg again Tuesday. Devin Sasuer / Global News. What is this? Sponsored content is written by Global News' editorial staff without any editorial influence …

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Winnipeg police officer charged with impaired driving
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“The RCMP officer who had observed this occurrence approached the male, and it was determined he was intoxicated. He was placed under arrest for impaired operation of a motor vehicle,” the RCMP said in a release late Tuesday afternoon. RCMP say the …

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New law in Manitoba cracks down on distributing pics without consent
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Manitoba passed a new law that will see a crackdown on the distribution of pictures without consent. File / Global News. What is this? Sponsored content is written by Global News' editorial staff without any editorial influence by the sponsor. If you'd …

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Footy fans invade Winnipeg for FIFA Women's World Cup
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“It's on my bucket list and I'm checking it off so I'm pretty excited,” said Rachel Lueken who drove up from Indiana for the FIFA Women's World Cup. Story continues below. Global News. Tens of thousands of footy fans have flooded Winnipeg for the …

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Far away forest fires make skies hazy over Winnipeg
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The thick haze from Saskatchewan forest fires gave the sun a weak red glow in Winnipeg on Monday afternoon. 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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Manitoba's new PTSD legislation will save lives: firefighter
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WINNIPEG — Firefighters, paramedics and police officers see and hear things most of us never will, like a traumatic scene that can often lead to post traumatic stress disorder. On Monday, the province is set to announce new legislation that will make …

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Manitoba issued debt warning by credit rating company Moody's
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Moody's Investor Services says Manitoba's credit rating could be hurt by its failure to meet balanced-budget targets. John Woods / The Canadian Press. What is this? Sponsored content is written by Global News' editorial staff without any editorial …

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Pedestrian in critical condition after serious collision in Winnipeg
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Traffic is backed up at the scene of a serious collision involving a pedestrian at Panet Road and Nairn Avenue. Skyview-1 / Global News. What is this? Sponsored content is written by Global News' editorial staff without any editorial influence by the …

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Gas prices shoot up at some Winnipeg stations
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YIKES!!!!! Gas has jumped 14 cents overnight at many stations.. #ShouldHaveFilledUpYesterday #EveryTime *sigh*. — Brittany Greenslade (@BrittAtGlobal) June 3, 2015. Send your gas price information or photos to winnipeg@globalnews.ca. Global News.

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Winnipeg high school stabbing fatal: sources
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WINNIPEG – A young man was taken into custody after a 17-year old was stabbed at Kelvin High School over the lunch hour Tuesday. It happened during a fight, police say. “I just saw a fight. Two guys pass me and they just start to fight each other …

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The tricks of the iPhone photography trade
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WINNIPEG – Every year there are more than 380 billion photos taken worldwide, many of them on smartphones. While more photos are being taken and shared than ever before, Winnipeg photographer Alexandra Morrison wonders how many of them will …

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Stolen taxi pulled from Winnipeg retention pond
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A Duffy's Taxi cab managed to make its way to the bottom of a retention pond in the Maples area. Shannon Cuciz / 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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4 Manitoba First Nations get money for school renos
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Aboriginal Affairs Minister Bernard Valcourt announced Wednesday that four Manitoba First Nations will get funding for new schools or renovations to existing schools. THE CANADIAN PRESS/Sean Kilpatrick …

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Winnipeg school evacuated due to fumes
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Classes ended early for students at Shaughnessy Park School. Equipment fumes from the installation of the new gymnasium floor set off a carbon monoxide alarm. winnipegsd.ca. What is this? Sponsored content is written by Global News' editorial staff …

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PICTURE THIS: Ice flows down Red River in Winnipeg
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WATCH: Ice flows down the Red River at sunrise in this video by Gage Fletcher. WINNIPEG – As winter releases its cold grip on Manitoba, the ice that blankets the Red River gives way to flowing water. For a brief time, Winnipeggers bear witness to what …

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St. Andrews Airport turns 50
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WINNIPEG – St. Andrews airport opened its hangars to the public Saturday to celebrate its 50th anniversary. “It's rare, you don't get to see these kinds of planes too often,” said visitor Bruce Simpson. The downpour of rain cancelled some of the …

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RCMP search quarry for answers in 1985 Manitoba homicide
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Michael Kalanza, 80, went missing from Faulkner, Man., in 1985. RCMP have renewed their investigation into his death. RCMP handout. What is this? Sponsored content is written by Global News' editorial staff without any editorial influence by the sponsor.

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Buses cancelled as Winnipeg Transit workers refuse overtime
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There may be Winnipeg Transit delays or cancellations as drivers refuse to work overtime, city officials say. Tamara Forlanski / Global News. What is this? Sponsored content is written by Global News' editorial staff without any editorial influence by …

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Better Winnipeg: Premium pet food manufacturer made in Winnipeg
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Walk into a pet store and you'll see row after row of different kinds of dog food. No surprise when you consider, more than one in every four Canadian households has at least one dog. Finding its place on the shelves is a made in Winnipeg premium …

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Weather Warnings in place for May long weekend
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Winnipeg – The southern Prairies stand out in Canada with Weather Warnings in place for the long weekend. Environment Canada issue Weather Warnings when more than one type of extreme weather is anticipated. In this case rainfall warnings, freezing …

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Manitoba girl found dead, may have been mauled: chief
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GARDEN HILL, Man. – Residents of a northern Manitoba community were in mourning Tuesday after the apparent mauling death of an 11-year-old girl. Teresa Robinson disappeared a week earlier after leaving a birthday party on the Garden Hill First Nation.

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Garth Collings halfway home
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STEINBACH – Three time Manitoba Amateur golf champion Garth Collings is one step closer to a 4th championship. The 56-year-old Collings from Matlock has the 36 hole lead at the provincial Men's Amateur Championship being contest at The Links at …

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Tick threat in Winnipeg on the rise
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WINNIPEG – At this time of year they could be as small as a poppy seed, but no matter the size, a black-legged tick can carry a potentially nasty bite. May is Lyme Disease awareness month and it is one of several tick-borne diseases doctors say an …

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Winnipeg morning commute a foggy one
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Below is a gallery of photos some of our staff took on the drive this morning. If you have any photos you'd like to add, email them to us at winnipeg@globalnews.ca. foggy-weather-winnipeg-table. The early morning sun rises over Winnipeg, before the fog …

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Hundreds of marijuana plants seized in RM of Reynolds
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Lac du Bonnet RCMP seized around 500 marijuana plants after executing a search warrant on a rural property in RM of Reynolds. RCMP handout. What is this? Sponsored content is written by Global News' editorial staff without any editorial influence by …

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Winnipeg police remove covered Dumpsters from homeless shelter
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Winnipeg police investigate covered Dumpsters behind the Siloam Mission homeless shelter Monday morning. The investigation behind the downtown building comes after police issued a warning to homeless people following two homicides on the weekend …

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Bombers Lucas calls it quits
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WINNIPEG – After two straight injury filled seasons Ryan Lucas announcing his retirement from the Canadian Football League. Lucas joined the Bombers in 2012 but appeared in just nine games in the blue and gold over the past three seasons and didn't …

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Fiery crash on Hwy 59 sparks rally
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WINNIPEG — Dangerous and scary — that's how residents of Niverville describe the intersection of highways 59 and 311. A Saturday night crash was the impetus for a rally at the intersection 4 p.m. Monday. Niverville resident Barry Paista was one of …

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1st human studies promising for Ebola vaccine designed in Winnipeg
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A vial of the Canadian-made Ebola vaccine VSV-ZEBOV, is pictured in a recent photo. THE CANADIAN PRESS/HO, Walter Reed Army Institute of Research – Col. Shon Remich. What is this? Sponsored content is written by Global News' editorial staff without …

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Winnipeg Jets playoff tickets sold out in seconds Tuesday
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WINNIPEG — If you wanted one of the few Winnipeg Jets playoff tickets still available, you better have been quick on the draw Tuesday. Tickets for Game 3 (April 20) and Game 4 (April 22) of the first round of playoffs against the Anaheim Ducks went on …

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Natural gas rates going down in Manitoba
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WINNIPEG – Natural gas rates are going down for Centra customers who aren't on fixed-term fixed-price contracts. Centra Gas Manitoba will decrease its gas rates from 15.67 cents per cubic metre to 15.51 cents per cubic metre on Aug. 1 after getting …

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Winnipeg school gets massive fundraising boost
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Festivities get underway for the second annual fundraiser gala for Dakota Collegiate's new Alumni Field. Riley McDermid / Global News. What is this? Sponsored content is written by Global News' editorial staff without any editorial influence by the …

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PHOTOS: Winnipeg fire crews battle huge blaze downtown
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Flames engulfed the vacant 4 storey apartment block at 44 Hargrave Street which was in the process of being demolished. PeterWallFallenDown. A wall collapsed on one side of the 4 storey building in Winnipeg's downtown. Christopher Stanton / Global …

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Jeff Stoughton calling it quits
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Manitoba skip Jeff Stoughton, right, and Mark Nichols head from the ice after defeating British Columbia 7-6 at the Tim Hortons Brier in Kamloops, B.C., on Thursday. Andrew Vaughan / The Canadian Press …

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