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Winnipeg food bank issues urgent appeal for donations
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Winnipeg Harvest said in a news release it is seeing a decline in stocks of their top ten food items, "especially high-protein, non-perishable ones." Dan Kitwood / Getty Images. What is this? Sponsored content is written by Global News' editorial staff …

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Watch Winnipeg National Day of Honour vigil live on globalnews.ca
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A special National Day of Honour ceremony will take place at the Brookside Cemetery Field of Honour on Friday. Here, a candle is placed last June at the Korean War memorial in the Field of Honour. Riley McDermid / Global News …

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Nigerian students in Winnipeg work to help missing girls
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Monica Igweagu, president of the University of Manitoba Nigerian Students Association, hopes their video helps spur the Nigerian government to act. Global News. What is this? Sponsored content is written by Global News' editorial staff without any …

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Winnipeg police cancelled 911 call before deadly shooting
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WINNIPEG – Winnipeg police have launched an internal investigation after officers failed to show up at a call about a fight outside a downtown nightclub where a man was later shot and killed. 23 year old Rustom Paclipan died in the shooting early …

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Coach charged in minor hockey melee
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WINNIPEG – Police have laid charges against the coach of a minor hockey team involved in an on-ice brawl that was caught on video. Officers announced Friday that a 35 year old man from Sagkeeng First Nation was arrested Thursday and charged with …

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Social media making Manitobans less sociable
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WINNIPEG – They're impossible to look away from, especially when many people struggle to put them down. Smart phones are addictive. “Most of the day, I have it in my hand,” said Brandi Hanna, a 22-year-old who never ventures far from her iPhone.

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Man killed in shooting outside Winnipeg nightclub
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WINNIPEG – One man is dead following a suspected shooting outside Opera Ultralounge early Sunday morning. Emergency crews were called to the intersection of Main Street and Bannatyne Avenue around 2 a.m.. A spokesperson for the Winnipeg Police …

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Phoenix's legacy: Manitoba getting tough on child death reporting
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Manitoba is tightening child death reporting rules based on recommendations from an inquiry into the death of Phoenix Sinclair, 5. Handout. What is this? Sponsored content is written by Global News' editorial staff without any editorial influence by …

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Judge hears appeal of Labossiere triple murder conviction
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The Winnipeg appeal hearing for Denis Jerome Labossiere, convicted of the murders of his father, mother and brother, will be carried live on globalnews.ca. Rudi Pawlychyn / Global News. What is this? Sponsored content is written by Global News …

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Community groups aim to end homelessness in Winnipeg
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Michael Tomkiewicz, at Winnipeg's Siloam Mission, gets dressed to go outside in extreme wind chills in December 2013. Lorraine Nickel / Global News. What is this? Sponsored content is written by Global News' editorial staff without any editorial …

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Threat recedes as water goes down in western Manitoba
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WAYWAYSEECAPPO FIRST NATION, Man. – Waywayseecappo First Nation Chief Melville Wabash believes the threat of major flooding in his community has ended. “It (the threat) is just not there anymore, I guess,” he said Wednesday morning. A culvert …

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Kids make waves at one-on-one swim lessons
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WINNIPEG – Thirteen-year-old Beck Long, is making a big splash at Seven Oaks Pool where he is learning to swim. Long is one of 125 kids taking part in Making Waves, a program that provides one-one-one lessons with volunteer instructors who teach kids …

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Police investigating string of 'suspicious incidents'
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Police say one of two suspicious incidents on April, 25, 204 happened in this area of Sanford Fleming Road. Ashley Carter/Global News. What is this? Sponsored content is written by Global News' editorial staff without any editorial influence by the …

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Main Street reopened after car took out hydro pole
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Main Street at Templeton Avenue is closed Thursday morning after a car crashed into a hydro pole and knocked it down. Gage Fletcher / Global News. What is this? Sponsored content is written by Global News' editorial staff without any editorial …

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Refs call hockey suspensions a 'slap on the wrist'
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A championship game between teams of 13- and 14-year-old players in Stonewall, Man., ended when a brawl broke out and RCMP were called. Global Winnipeg. What is this? Sponsored content is written by Global News' editorial staff without any editorial …

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Crews on scene of train derailment
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Three contain plastic pellets, two were carrying wood products and another two had pipes in it. There were no dangerous goods being carried. No one was injured as a result of the derailment. CN is expected to be on the scene for a number of hours as …

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Dramatic not guilty verdict broadcast live from Winnipeg court room
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WINNIPEG – History was made in a Winnipeg courtroom Wednesday when a judge delivered the verdict in a murder trial live on camera. Court of Queen's Bench Justice Shane Perlmutter found Cassandra Knott, 30, not guilty of second degree murder in the …

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Province issues high-water advisory for Assiniboine River
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WINNIPEG-In the Province’s latest flood outlook a high-water advisory was issued for the Assiniboine River from St. Lazare to Portage la Prairie over concern for the potential for ice jams. An ice jam has also been reported near Spruce Woods Provincial Park closing parts of highway 5 and provincial road 350. Water in the area […]

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Parts of southern Manitoba under snowfall warning
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Parts of the province, including Dauphin, Minnedosa and Riding Mountain National Park woke up to a snowfall warning Saturday morning. In Winnipeg, a rain/snow mix should end late Saturday afternoon and the city could see between two to four centimetres of snow. According to Environment Canada, snow will begin falling late Saturday morning and continue […]

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Rookie Hutchinson looking like an NHL goalie as Jets beat Flames
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CALGARY – For a guy that has spent the majority of the season split between the ECHL and AHL, Winnipeg goaltender Michael Hutchinson sure looked like an NHL goaltender on Friday night. Paul Postma scored the game-winning goal and Hutchinson made 35 saves, including 18 in a perfect third period, as the Jets hung on for a 5-3 win […]

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Opinions voiced on walking and biking in Winnipeg
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WINNIPEG – A city run public open house brought Winnipeggers together, Saturday, to voice their opinion on its pedestrian and cycling strategies. “I'm trying to see some of the specifics of what they're proposing here and see how it affects my route …

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Fire destroys recycling plant in Winkler
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Two people in stable condition following assault
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Winnipeg Police Service was called to the 500 block of Selkirk Ave after someone reported seeing a firearm. When officers arrived they found two people with upper body injuries. Three people — including the two who were injured — were taken into custody.

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Former Bombers pass rusher lands NFL gig
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… pass rusher lands NFL gig. Russ Hobson_220x260px By Russ Hobson Sports Anchor/Reporter. Winnipeg Blue Bombers' Alex Hall (96) sacks Saskatchewan Roughriders' quarterback Darian Durant (4) during the first half of their CFL game in September.

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Cost of stadium water damage still being tallied
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WINNIPEG– The Chairman of BBB Stadium Inc. says its too soon to provide an estimate on what flood damage to several suites at Investors Group Field will cost. Andrew Konowalchuk told Global News Friday he has toured some of the affected areas and …

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Maurice ahead of Pittsburgh game
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Sponsored content is written by Global News' without any editorial influence by the sponsor. If you'd like to learn more… Winnipeg Jets head coach, Paul Maurice, talks Crosby and player injuries ahead of the Thursday's game against the Pittsburgh …

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Comedian Daryn Jones delivers Manitoba forecast, suggests moving
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He joined the Winnipeg Morning News and tried his hand at delivering a “spring” weather forecast. Winnipeggers agree … WATCH: Daryn Jones talks about the joys of early mornings and voices bewilderment about Winnipeg weather. Jones is part of the …

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Manitoba's new liquor laws affect raffles at socials
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WINNIPEG – Manitobans applying for liquor licences for socials will now be able to get a permit to hold a raffle using the same form. Socials, which are held in Manitoba as fundraisers primarily for weddings, have often included a raffle to raise extra …

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Attitudes towards mental health services erode, study suggests
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WINNIPEG – Attitudes towards mental health care haven't improved since the 1970s – they've become less positive, a study led by a Winnipeg researcher suggests. The research, an analysis of 22 studies of 6,800 U.S. college and university students since …

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Journey to Churchill on track
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WINNIPEG – Assiniboine Park Zoo is hard at work getting the Journey to Churchill exhibit ready. The 10-acre project that … “I think it's a great idea, having something like this for Winnipeg is super,” said Neil Fry, a visitor at the zoo. Once it …

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Significant spring snowfall set to hit southern Manitoba
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WINNIPEG – Several regions of southwestern Manitoba are under snowfall warnings and areas farther east, including Winnipeg, will also be hit by a winter-style storm. Environment Canada issued a snowfall warning early Friday for areas including Brandon, …

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Manitoba auditor general's report to be released Wednesday
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WINNIPEG – Manitoba auditor general Carol Bellringer's annual report, including her investigation of the province's contract with the STARS air ambulance service, will be released at Wednesday. Global News will live stream the 2:30 p.m. news conference …

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Fog creates poor visibility in southern Manitoba
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WINNIPEG – Extensive fog across parts of southern Manitoba prompted a weather warning from Environment Canada on Wednesday morning. Visibility of near or less than …. threats, drug possession. Will spend night in jail. globalnews.ca/news/1262339/s…

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Bombers introduce new faces
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WINNIPEG — With a big autograph signing scheduled for Saturday afternoon, the Winnipeg Blue Bombers flew in four of their players including their three biggest off-season acquisitions. Drew Willy, Korey Banks and Nick Moore are getting a chance to …

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Manitoba-based soldier faces charges for alleged Moncton assaults
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MPI hints at rate increase after costly winter
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Winter may be over but Manitobans will be paying for its effects for a long time. Manitoba Public Insurance says there were 60,000 claims filed in December, January and February. That averages out to around 666 per day. The claims were up around 30 per …

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Rapid transit's $590 million extension still questioned
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WINNIPEG – The second stage of Winnipeg's rapid transit came under fire Thursday at city hall. For the last two years, the $138 million stage one of rapid transit has been shuttling Winnipeggers from downtown to Pembina and Jubilee. But the $590 …

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Winnipeg police identify Victoria Hospital homicide victim
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WINNIPEG – The woman who died who died at the Victoria Hospital on Wednesday morning was Beverly Custer, 34, police have confirmed. Custer and Keith Alexander Wallace, 28, got in an argument in their house at 172 Barrington Ave., police said in a …

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