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WOLBERT: Share vision instead of playing blame game
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Political campaigns are all about ideas and what former president George H. W. Bush called “the vision thing.” A leader with no vision is like a boat without a rudder. Read More

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Letters: August 17, 2019
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Taxed to death Read More

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Mislawchuk wins ‘battle of nutrition’ at Tokyo 2020 test event
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TOKYO — Canada’s Tyler Mislawchuk of Oak Bluff, Man., prevailed in a ‘battle of nutrition’ in sticky, humid conditions on Friday to win Tokyo’s International Triathlon Union (ITU) Olympic qualifying race, which also doubled as a Tokyo 2020 test event. Read More

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Bored at the Winnipeg airport? Volunteer to check in a rescue dog and play with it for free
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If you ever fly on WestJet from Winnipeg to Ottawa and love playing with dogs, you’re in luck. Read More

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Two young girls dead after collision near Dauphin, RCMP say
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DAUPHIN, Man. — RCMP say two young girls are dead after a collision near Dauphin, Man., on Friday. Read More

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FRIESEN: No turtle derby at Players Cup
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A course record, two holes-in-one, a disruptive turtle and a leader whose great-great grandfather discovered Babe Ruth. Read More

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Jets’ Laine uncertain of future as contract negotiations at a crawl
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Patrik Laine said he knows he’ll be playing somewhere next year but stopped short of answering the where part. Read More

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Letters: August 16, 2019
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Unplug Read More

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Legacy still in the making for Bombers’ Nichols
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It’s funny how we treat our quarterbacks in this town. Not funny, ha-ha, but funny as in a little odd. Read More

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Harris makes history, Bombers overcome mistakes, Nichols injury to beat last-place Lions
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On a night when quarterback Matt Nichols answered some of his critics early, then left with an apparent arm injury, and running back Andrew Harris made CFL history, the Winnipeg Blue Bombers overcame mistakes and turned up the heat on defence and special teams to beat the B.C. Lions 32-16 Read More

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OUT THERE: Woodstock anniversary getting tribute this weekend
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It seems unlikely that there’ll be any brown acid circulating, but there are at least a couple of events bringing the flavour of Woodstock on the 50th anniversary of the landmark festival this weekend. Read More

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MANITOBA VOTES: Liberal plan would boost mental health funding
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The Manitoba Liberals are offering a multi-million plan to boost Manitoba’s mental health services, which they claim are hindered by lengthy wait times. Read More

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City councillors Schreyer, Eadie throw support behind transit union
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As a vote on the city’s final collective bargaining offer to Winnipeg Transit drivers looms overhead, two city councillors had a message for the city’s mayor on Thursday. Read More

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Grace Hospital alerts visitors to potential parking scam
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Officials at the Grace General Hospital are asking folks to be on alert after a report there was a skimmer attached to the parking pay station in the hospital’s main lobby last weekend. Read More

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BOMBERS GAME DAY: Bombers determined to not let Reilly beat them as 1-7 Lions come to town
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TED WYMAN’S BOMBERS’ GAME DAY Read More

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BOMBSHELLS: Former Bombers teammates heap praise on Dressler as receiving great moves away from football
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Former Bombers receiver Weston Dressler has all-but officially retired from the CFL to take a job in health care communications in his hometown of Bismarck, N.D. Read More

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THE PLAYERS CUP: Chasing the dream
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The road into Southwood Golf and Country Club this week is lined with banners of former Canadian tour players who’ve made the jump to the PGA Tour. Read More

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Disability advocate out of funding and running out of time
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A provincial advocate for those living disabilities fears it may have to close its doors after a cut in funding two years ago from the Manitoba government has left them running on financial fumes. Read More

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Saints thump Goldeyes
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The Winnipeg Goldeyes lost 10-2 to the St. Paul Saints at CHS Field on Tuesday afternoon. Read More

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BOMBSHELLS: Harris has accounted for more than 54% of Bombers offence over last two games, and he’s loving it
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Over the last two games, running back Andrew Harris has accounted for 54.2% of the Winnipeg Blue Bombers’ offensive yardage. Read More

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Northern B.C. triple murder suspects died by suicides: RCMP
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Two Vancouver Island men who were suspects in the deaths of three people and led police on a manhunt across Western Canada shot themselves, the RCMP said Monday. Read More

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Family makes public plea to help find missing woman
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A Winnipeg family has made a plea to the public to help find Cynthia Parisian, a mother and grandmother, who vanished in February. Read More

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Winnipeggers invited to learn how to fight opioids
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Winnipeggers are invited to learn how to combat opioids with a documentary screening and a naloxone training night. Read More

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Goldeyes face Medina, blank Saints
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St. Paul Saints’ right-hander Eddie Medina has established himself as one of the premier pitchers in all of independent baseball. Read More

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GUEST COLUMN: Winnipeg Transit needs a boost
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It’s 8:45 a.m. and you’re late for work, again. You would rather be doing your job but congestion on Pembina Highway is holding you back, again. Winnipeg, we have a traffic problem. Read More

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Greens lay out proposal for basic income program
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The Green Party of Manitoba laid out specifics on Sunday of one of the party’s main platforms: the proposal for Basic Income and more progressive tax system. Read More

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Manitoba job vacancy numbers could be cause for concern: CFIB
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In Manitoba there were 11,500 jobs that went unfilled, and while this may be a sign of a growing economy, a local economist and lobbyist says this could also be a problem if job vacancies continue to grow. Read More

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Teen girl dies in two-vehicle crash
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A teenage girl is dead and three people taken to hospital following a two-vehicle collision Saturday morning near Morris. Read More

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ART WORK: Liberals unveil arts, culture plan
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A Liberal government would do more to boost creative industries that have managed to thrive despite decades of neglect, provincial party leader Dougald Lamont said. Read More

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Goldeyes win slugfest, Hilton, Moroney join team
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The Winnipeg Goldeyes acquired two significant pieces in a trade on Friday. Read More

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K-9 unit help take bite out of crime
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A Manitoba First Nations Police K-9 unit is being credited in locating suspects in a stolen vehicle who are believed to be involved in a string of break and enters. Read More

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One taken to hospital following apartment fire
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One person was sent to hospital following an apartment fire Saturday in St. Charles. Read More

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Woman, 93, dies following house fire in northern Manitoba community
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An elderly woman is dead following an early-morning house fire in a northern Manitoba community. Read More

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Beefed up security at Millennium Library more hindrance than help: Advocates
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Beefed up security at the Millennium Library is creating a false sense of safety for some, and a de-humanizing experience for others, local advocates say, calling for the security’s immediate removal. Read More

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GREAT START, GOOD FINISH: Folklorama gets ready for second week fun
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Folklorama’s milestone 50th anniversary is well underway in Winnipeg. With a successful first week completed, organizers are excited to jump into the final week of the festival. Read More

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As RCMP stay mum on B.C. case details, Toronto shooting survivor says receiving information helped her
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VANCOUVER — As the RCMP remains tight-lipped about why two young men may have killed three people in northern British Columbia, one of the survivors in Toronto’s Danforth shooting says she’s been following the story closely. Read More

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Already booming, basketball in Canada will surely grow in wake of Raptors championship
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There’s no question basketball has never been more popular in Canada than it is right now. Read More

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Price reduced for some tickets for NFL pre-season game in Winnipeg
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Promoters of an NFL pre-season game in Winnipeg later this month have announced a significant reduction in the prices of about 6,000 tickets in wake of slow sales. Read More

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