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More study needed before granting transit cops ‘detention’ powers: report
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Giving Winnipeg Transit’s special constables the power to detain unruly passengers for police would require extensive study to avoid putting those constables at risk. Read More

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Intersection where young girl killed to get safety improvements
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Road improvements are coming at the intersection that was the scene of a tragic pedestrian crash earlier this year that killed a four-year-old girl. Read More

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Manitoba Mountie accused of manslaughter was hobbling after shooting, court told
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THOMPSON, Man. — An RCMP officer accused of manslaughter in an on-duty shooting was hurt and had trouble walking following the confrontation, his trial was told Tuesday. Read More

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Police identify victim in city’s 23rd homicide
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The victim in Monday’s early-morning shooting death near a West End elementary school and the city’s 23rd homicide has been identified. Read More

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Elderly couple victims of rural home invasion
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A 17-year-old boy from Winnipeg faces numerous charges following a home invasion of an elderly couple in the RM of St. Andrews, just north of the city. Read More

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FRIESEN: Jets’ Pionk at least wants to be in Winnipeg
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Winnipeg Jets fans can probably relate to how defenceman Neal Pionk felt the moment he’d been traded from New York to Winnipeg. Read More

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Bombers Harris earns star of the week
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No Winnipeg running back has ever led the CFL in rushing three years in a row. Read More

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Personal decision for Trouba: Jets weren’t the issue for departing defenceman
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Jacob Trouba knows what many people are saying both under their collective breath and otherwise out loud — that he probably couldn’t wait to force his way out of Winnipeg. Read More

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Letters: June 18, 2019
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Province seeks aviation consultant to manage Lifeflight, water bomber changes
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After contracting out its water bombers and seeking private operators for its Lifeflight Air Ambulance service, the province is now seeking an aviation consultant to help manage those changes. Read More

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SANDBAGS FOR SALE: Early high risk flood forecast leaves city with surplus
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The City of Winnipeg is looking to sell 409,000 filled sandbags. Read More

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Local company is helping change face of rural roads
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A Mitacs researcher and geotechnical specialist working with Brandon University is helping to change the face of rural roads in the area. Read More

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Manitoba Mountie pleads not guilty to manslaughter in shooting death of driver
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THOMPSON, Man. — An RCMP officer pleaded not guilty Monday to manslaughter, criminal negligence and other charges stemming from an on-duty shooting following a vehicle chase. Read More

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Jets prospects roll into town
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The Winnipeg Jets will hold their annual development camp next week, showcasing their prospects. Read More

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Jets move Trouba: Defenceman, first-rounder come back from Rangers
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The first big domino in the Winnipeg Jets off-season has fallen. Read More

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Brothers of Winnipeg bus driver killed on the job call his death senseless
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The brothers of a Winnipeg bus driver who was fatally stabbed on the job broke down in tears at a sentencing hearing today for the man who killed him. Read More

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FRIESEN: Bombers’ Nichols has some fun with his critics
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Blue Bomber quarterback Matt Nichols still has a chip on his shoulder, but now it seems it’s connected to his funny bone. Read More

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Not best time for a bye
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After winning their opener, they’d probably rather just keep playing. Read More

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FRIESEN: Inspiration leads the way at Manitoba Marathon finish line
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They keep track of times, declare winners, even hand out medals at the Manitoba Marathon every year. Read More

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Teenaged Winnipegger tops women’s field
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A first-year University of Manitoba student and a Kenyan from Ontario were the big winners in the Manitoba Marathon, Sunday. Read More

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Seddon set to make Goldeyes debut
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The Winnipeg Goldeyes bolstered their pitching staff over the weekend with the addition of right-hander Joel Seddon. Read More

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BOMBSHELLS: Revamped offensive line came through with big performance for Bombers in season opener
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VANCOUVER — Perhaps the biggest area of concern for the Winnipeg Blue Bombers heading into the CFL season was the interior of their revamped offensive line. Read More

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‘AM I GOING TO LIVE?’: Winnipeg woman lends voice to cancer fight
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“You have cancer.” Read More

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CMHR exhibit shines light on Rohingya genocide
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A new Canadian Museum for Human Rights (CMHR) exhibit by former Winnipeg Sun photographer sheds light on the deadly Rohingya genocide and the families caught in the middle of it. Read More

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EDITORIAL: Runaway public debt has high social cost
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Whenever Manitoba Premier Brian Pallister’s government, or for that matter any government, tries to restrain public spending, the impacts of the cuts it makes are always personalized by those who want to maintain the status quo. Read More

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Letters: June 16, 2019
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National threat Read More

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Winnipegger collects $100G in Saturday night’s Lotto 6-49
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TORONTO — There were two winning tickets for Saturday night’s nearly $30 million Lotto 6-49 jackpot while a Winnipeg ticket holder is banking $100,000. Read More

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Northern Manitoba First Nations students taking part in Manitoba Marathon
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Students from First Nations communities in northern Manitoba have been training for months and will join thousands of runners Sunday taking part in the Manitoba Marathon. Read More

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FRIESEN: Kevin Glenn looks back at one-of-a-kind CFL career
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It’s two days after he announced his retirement from football, and Kevin Glenn is on the line from Detroit. Read More

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Solidarity walk held for migrants, refugees
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Damber Khadka spent 20 years in a refugee camp in Nepal, hoping to find a place to call home. Read More

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Jets land another Finn
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The Winnipeg Jets have dipped into Finland to sign an old teammate of star Patrik Laine. Read More

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BOMBSHELLS: Reilly on Lawrence hit on Collaros: ‘That’s people’s livelihoods that you’re messing with and it doesn’t belong in our league’
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VANCOUVER — Just a few minutes into the first game of the CFL season, there was already a nasty hit to the head that forced a quarterback with a concussion history to the sidelines. Read More

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Bombers hope continuity will give them leg up on Lions in CFL season opener
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VANCOUVER – The way new B.C. Lions coach Devone Claybrooks sees it, the Winnipeg Blue Bombers have one distinct advantage heading into Saturday’s season opener at B.C. Place. Read More

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Milkmen deliver against Goldeyes
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The Winnipeg Goldeyes lost 2-1 to the Milwaukee Milkmen at Kokomo Municipal Stadium on Friday night. Read More

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Letters: June 14, 2019
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Waste of money Read More

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GIESBRECHT: Canada’s blue gold
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“Water is more valuable than oil”: President George W. Bush. Read More

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EDITORIAL: Oil bills paint dire picture
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There are no ifs, ands or buts about it. If the Liberal government goes ahead with the passage of two anti-oil bills before Parliament rises for the summer, it will be fair to say the Trudeau Liberals are out to get Alberta. Read More

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WRHA denies St. Boniface ER hit ‘critical and unsafe levels’
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A memo stating that a surge in patients at St. Boniface Hospital’s emergency room reached “critical and unsafe levels” on Wednesday was inaccurate, according to the Winnipeg Regional Health Authority (WRHA). Read More

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