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Mayor says Winnipeggers should see damage inside stadium
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Winnipeg's mayor says citizens have the right to see the damage inside Investors Group Field after flooding earlier this week. Global News, along with several other media outlets, requested access to the stadium to see what happened on Tuesday. All …

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Thieves copy Winnipeg Iceplex keys, steal from hockey players
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WINNIPEG – Police believe three men stole dressing room keys at the MTS Iceplex, copied them and returned them – then later used the copies to steal from hockey players. A Crime Stoppers video re-enactment released Tuesday shows men grabbing the …

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Stadium springs leak due to design flaw
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Water has made its way into the suites and visitor's locker room at Investors Group Field, according to a statement emailed to Global News by Andrew Konawalchuk, chair of BBB Stadium Inc., the consortium that runs the home of the Winnipeg Blue Bombers.

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City denies media calls lead to quicker action
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WINNIPEG — Many Winnipeggers have been complaining about slow city services all winter but it appears there's a way to get city hall's attention — call the media. On at least three occasions in the past month, city crews showed up to fix problems …

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Bad roads hurting patients: paramedics
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“Safe roads are good for Manitoba citizens and the paramedics know that,” Selinger said Tuesday as he announced $28 million in highway improvements south of Winnipeg. “Paramedics saying they want the roads to be safer is exactly why we've made …

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Globalnews.ca nominated for CJF Excellence in Journalism Award
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Other organizations nominated along with globalnews.ca in the national media category are the Toronto Star, CTV News, the Winnipeg Free Press and CP Picture Service. Global Calgary was nominated in the local/regional media category along with CBC …

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Minnesota Wild blank injury-depleted Winnipeg Jets 1-0
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Coyle's one-timer off a pass from Zach Parise at 1:05 of the second period came just after a penalty to Winnipeg defenceman Mark Stuart had expired. “Mikko (Koivu) made a nice pass down to Zach and Zach just put it through a guy and found me,” Coyle …

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B.C. Métis group concerned about audit into national council
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Kane back in Jets lineup
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Kane back in Jets lineup. Russ Hobson_220x260px By Russ Hobson Sports Anchor/Reporter. Evander Kane will return to the Winnipeg Jets lineup tonight when they host the Minnesota Wild. The forward was a healthy scratch in Saturday's 4-2 win over the …

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Warmer weather has water rising in Winnipeg neighbourhoods
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WINNIPEG – As the temperature rises so does the water in Ruth Crewe's back lane. “This is bad,” said the Atlantic Avenue resident.”I can't drive my car out of the garage. I am trapped.” The water is around 30 cms deep in some parts. When a person …

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Winnipeggers welcome the warm weather with open arms
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The first warm weekend of Spring may be three weeks late, but it's better late than never. “I've been waiting for this since October,” said Mark Preston, who enjoyed his day at The Forks. The Forks was the place to be on Sunday with summer-like …

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Manitoba criticized for outdated food rules
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Alexander Svenne, one of Winnipeg's top chefs, said he is extremely frustrated — and baffled — by how hard it is to get the locally produced food he tries to use in his entire menu. The chef of 7 1/4 Bistro said colleagues in other parts of Canada …

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Jets officially out of the playoffs
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Winnipeg Cadets remember Vimy Ridge
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WINNIPEG – Nearly 100 cadets banded together Saturday to commemorate the 97th anniversary of the Battle of Vimy Ridge. The 12 to 18-year-old cadets watched a presentation on the battle and later marched in a parade around Minto Armoury.

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Driver charged in fatal crash
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Winnipeg ballet inspired by residential school stories
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… Royal Winnipeg Ballet's new season will include a ballet inspired by the stories of residential ;. The Royal Winnipeg Ballet's new season will include a ballet inspired by the stories of residential schools told at Canada's Truth and Reconciliation …

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Manitoba government accused of withholding email
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WINNIPEG – The official Opposition is accusing the Manitoba government of withholding an email about a former minister's role in a controversial immigration debate. The Progressive Conservatives say they filed two freedom-of-information requests …

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Safeway ends Club Card
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Instead, all customers will now benefit from store savings on groceries with the old 'club price' tags being replaced by new 'sale' tags. “Our focus is on making sure we're responding to our customers and one less card in their wallet or purse is …

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Jets honeymoon may be over, but fans still preaching patience
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It's now three straight seasons in Winnipeg, seven in a row as a franchise since Atlanta with no playoffs. Despite the disappointment, fans still believe their dedication will one day pay off. “Just because they're not doing too well doesn't mean we're …

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Police bust sophisticated Brokenhead, Man., grow-op
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WINNIPEG – RCMP say they have taken down a sophisticated marijuana grow operation in the rural municipality of Brokenhead. Police seized about 300 plants along with lighting and venting equipment, a police news release said. Onofrio Romolo, 47, faces …

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Two more cases of measles reported in Manitoba
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WINNIPEG – Public health officials say two more Manitobans have contracted the measles, bringing the total to four this year. A teenager in the southern health region and a woman in her 40s living in Winnipeg were infected, officials said. There is a …

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Canadian men to play for bronze at world curling juniors
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Braden Calvert and his Winnipeg rink of third Kyle Kurz, second Lucas Van Den Bosch, lead Brendan Wilson and alternate Matt Dunstone trailed the Swiss 5-3 in the Page 3-4 match up, but earned two in the 10th to force an extra end and keep their gold …

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Your Manitoba: April
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RCMP looking for suspects in large theft
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WINNIPEG – St-Pierre-Jolys RCMP are asking for the public's assistance tracking down those responsible for a commercial theft in Ile Des Chenes Monday. Several items including: a camo Quad 2014 Kawasaki Brute Force 750, 2014 Kawasaki Teryx 2 LE …

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Police seek downtown bank robber
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WINNIPEG – Police are looking for help finding a suspect in the robbery of a downtown bank. The man entered the Royal Bank at Portage Ave. and Main St. Wednesday and gave a note to a teller demanding money. He was given some cash and fled, police …

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Police identify victim in latest Winnipeg homicide
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WINNIPEG – Police have identified the victim of the city's latest homicide. Officers say John David Goundry, 51, was found dead in an apartment on Elgin Avenue Tuesday afternoon. Police are trying to piece together the victim's “daily patterns” and are …

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Winter weather continues into April
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All the snow and cold weather this winter has taken a toll on Manitobans and their well being. Staff at the Mood Disorders Association of Manitoba have seen a spike in people seeking out support for seasonal desperation. The cold weather and terrible …

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No charges laid after fatal dog attack
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The investigation into a fatal dog mauling which left a 7 year old girl dead is now over. There will be no charges laid in the March 16th incident, RCMP said Thursday. Gracie Herntier-Clarke was killed at a home in the RM of Springfield, when two …

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Banned Winnipeg hockey dad speaks out
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WINNIPEG – They're the stiffest penalties Hockey Winnipeg has ever given to parents, but the mom and dad involved in a locker room fight in Fargo, ND in February say they were only trying to protect their son. The police incident report shows Christine …

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Snowmobile crash kills woman in Gods Lake
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WINNIPEG – A 27-year-old woman is dead after a snowmobile hit a dock on Gods Lake on Tuesday. Gods Lake Narrows RCMP were called to the collision at about 2:30 p.m., they said in a news release. The woman, who was riding the snowmobile alone, …

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MPI issues warning about potholes
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WINNIPEG – Manitoba Public Insurance is warning about something most drivers have likely already discovered: our pothole pitted streets can lead to dangerous situations and costly repairs. MPI offered some tips Wednesday for driving on cratered streets:.

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Lions sign Harris to contract extension
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The B.C. Lions have signed their Canadian running back to a contract extension through the 2015 season. The Winnipeg native is entering his fifth season with B.C. and has yet to miss a game in his CFL career. The five-foot-11 213-pound Harris, who …

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City offers showers to residents with frozen pipes
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WINNIPEG – The number of homes with no water due to frozen pipes is increasing dramatically, faster than city crews can thaw them out. Officials revealed Monday that 537 properties are now on the waiting list to have their pipes thawed, a jump from 300 …

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Body found in Winnipeg apartment block
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WINNIPEG – The homicide unit is investigating after a body was found at an apartment in the 400 block of Elgin Avenue. Police were called to the building shortly before 3 p.m. Tuesday. An autopsy will be done to determine the cause of death, police …

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Winnipeggers want roads widened, poll results suggest
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WINNIPEG – Many Winnipeggers feel their commute is getting worse and they'd like to see major roads widened, a new Global News-CJOB poll suggests. Those poll results come as the Manitoba government prepares to release its five-year infrastructure …

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Winnipeg plumber ordered to stop using electric thaw machine
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“We are required to provide access to the system. We will work with contractors and we can attend provide a key but we're not preventing anyone from thawing attempts on private property,” said Tim Shanks a water distribution engineer at the City of …

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Manitoba RCMP investigate allegations of racism at hockey game
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WINNIPEG – RCMP are investigating allegations of racial abuse after they were called to a minor hockey game where fighting broke out on the ice and in the stands. No injuries were reported following the fight in Stonewall, Man., but witnesses said a …

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Manitoba animal abuse couple appeals sentence
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WINNIPEG – A Manitoba couple who crowded more than five dozen dogs into a filthy building on a rural property are appealing their sentences for animal abuse. Peter and Judith Chernecki say the judge was too harsh. Peter Chernecki was sentenced in …

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