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UPDATED: Missing 21-year-old woman found dead: Police
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Taylor Pryor, a 21-year-old Winnipeg woman who went missing on Thursday afternoon, has been found dead, Winnipeg police said. Read More

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Police called to medic call on Pembina Hwy
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Winnipeg police were called to the 2100 block of Pembina Highway near the University of Manitoba for a medic call on Saturday morning. Read More

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JETS NOTEBOOK: Pionk defying expectations, just not Maurice’s
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It’s a story Winnipeg Jets head coach Paul Maurice isn’t certain he’s told before. Read More

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Bombers battle hard but can’t find way to upend Stampeders in Calgary shootout
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CALGARY — Chris Streveler was so battered and bruised after a gutsy effort at quarterback Saturday night that he could barely walk from his media interview session back to the Winnipeg Blue Bombers dressing room. Read More

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Bombers’ O’Shea sticks to word and uses McGuire over Collaros after Streveler goes down
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CALGARY — When a banged-up Chris Streveler finally had to come out of the game in the fourth quarter Saturday, it was rookie Sean McGuire, not veteran Zach Collaros, who went in at quarterback for the Winnipeg Blue Bombers. Read More

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WOLBERT: Your vote is your voice
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Most political pundits and pollsters agree that the 2019 federal election is still “too close to call.” Make no mistake, on Oct. 21 every vote will count. Read More

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Leaders pour it on with rallies, boosts for candidates as campaign reaches peak
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OTTAWA — Liberal Leader Justin Trudeau has a marathon day of campaigning ahead, starting early this morning near Niagara Falls, Ont., and ending with a late-night rally in Calgary after a stop in Winnipeg along the way. Read More

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Quebec ticket claims Friday night’s $32M Lotto Max jackpot
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TORONTO — This has been a lucrative weekend for someone in Quebec. Read More

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Don’t dump trees, branches, city urges
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Mayor Brian Bowman is urging Winnipeggers not to dump fallen tree parts on public land and roadways. Read More

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ALDRICH: Environment and oil economy can coexist
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As the Greta Thunberg train of climate activism rolls through Edmonton, accompanied by a counter-rally organized by supporters of Alberta’s oil and gas industry, we were left with two sides trying to out shout the other. Read More

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MPI profits rise in first half of 2019-20
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Manitoba Public Insurance is reporting healthy growth in the first half of the 2019-20 fiscal year, buoyed by an increase in number of vehicles insured. Read More

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Winnipeg planning for 2.33% annual property tax hikes
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The city’s upcoming four-year budget appears set to continue a series of 2.33% annual property tax hikes, while calling for strict spending limits and freezes on municipal departments. Read More

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’A mess out here:’ Manitoba farmers struggling with wet crops after snowstorm
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More Manitoba residents saw their electricity restored Thursday — one week after a major snowstorm brought down power poles and transmission towers and delivered another wallop to farmers. Read More

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Manitoba drops adjournment request of wage freeze challenge
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The Manitoba government is no longer asking a judge to adjourn the legal challenge against its public-sector wage freeze. Read More

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HAPPY CANNIVERSARY: Edibles entry to market will take marijuana market to new highs
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The one year canniversary marking the legalization of cannabis brings new options for those who partake. Read More

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FRIESEN: Jets fans still fueled by passion, not fooled by prices
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What’s this, the Winnipeg Jets bandwagon isn’t quite as overcrowded as it used to be? Read More

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Jets lose to Islanders for third consecutive loss at home
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If you’re the glass-half-full type, you’ll point to progress — another power-play goal, perhaps, or not trailing by multiple goals heading into the third, throw in hot-handed goalie, too. Read More

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Letters: October 17, 2019
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GAME DAY: Five things to know about Jets vs. Islanders
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Jets coach Paul Maurice would probably like his team to play as close-to-the-vest as Barry Trotz often gets his Islanders to play. New York is giving up, on average, a goal per game less than Winnipeg. But the Jets have a young, highly-skilled group of forwards and a mish-mash collection of new defencemen, so getting […]

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Manitoba teen handed fatal diagnosis urges Canadians to vote
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If you had days or even hours to live, what would you do? Read More

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Councillors call for Winnipeg to condemn Quebec’s Bill 21
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Two city councillors are calling for Winnipeg to take an official stand against Quebec’s Bill 21, which bans public servants from wearing religious garments at work, including turbans, hijabs and crosses. Read More

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Roughly 13,000 without power days after snowstorm pummels Manitoba
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The farm that has been in Jamal Abas’ family for four generations was without power for a sixth straight day Tuesday — one of thousands of homes and businesses across Manitoba still suffering after a massive snowstorm that brought down trees, transmission lines and large utility towers. Read More

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BOMBSHELLS: Collaros takes first live reps since Week 1
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You’d have to go back to Week 1 of the regular season to find some video of Zach Collaros throwing the pigskin in the Canadian Football League. Read More

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Bombers get back to ‘Blue and Gold’ football
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What propelled the Winnipeg Blue Bombers to nine wins in their first 12 games of the 2019 CFL season was a particular style of football. Read More

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LABOUR OF LOVE: Local crafters making Poppy Blanket for Remembrance Day
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A year ago, Sheilah Restall saw a post on the online forum Reddit about a community in Great Britain which got together to put together a massive poppy blanket for Remembrance Day. The idea struck her immediately. Read More

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Young Winnipeg chef wins culinary competition
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A young Winnipeg chef claimed the gold medal for Canada in a prestigious cook-off against some of the world’s top young chefs. Read More

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Man and child found dead after house fire in Manitoba early Saturday
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NORWAY HOUSE, Man. — Police say a man and a child have died after a house fire in Norway House, Man., early Saturday morning. Read More

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Unprecedented storm causes City to declare state of local emergency
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Mayor Brian Bowman declared a state of local emergency for the City of Winnipeg to deal the unprecedented weather event which has left 2,500 residents without power, more than 30,000 trees damaged or destroyed and could cost the City well in excess of $10 million to recover from. Read More

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Red Cross opens warming centre at Convention Centre for storm evacuees
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The Canadian Red Cross has opened a warming shelter at the RBC Convention Centre in downtown Winnipeg for individuals from up to 11 Manitoba First Nations that are currently without hydro power due to the recent major snowstorm. Read More

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Pallister to declare state of emergency due to storm
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Manitoba premier Brian Pallister will declare a state of emergency on a request from Manitoba Hydro as an early snow storm continues to wreak havoc across the southern part of the province. Read More

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SHAVER: Liberal healthcare priorities misplaced
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“This is not right. Remember that it is Ottawa that has been insisting that provinces and territories follow the Canada Health Act to the T.” – Manitoba Health Minister Cameron Friesen Read More

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Four interceptions help Blue Bombers end three-game losing streak by thumping Alouettes
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There have been several times this season when the Winnipeg Blue Bombers simply needed one member of their defence to step up and make a play in order to preserve a victory that eventually ended up in a loss. Read More

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Jets shake off worst first to beat Hawks in OT
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CHICAGO — A forgettable first period, a two-goal comeback and an overtime tally to remember: The story of the Winnipeg Jets’ third straight win in a nutshell. Read More

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Letters: October 12, 2019
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Thanks to Hydro Read More

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FRIESEN: Jets try to make it two straight against division rivals
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So that’s what the Black and Blue Division looks like. Read More

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Manitoba premier wants more details on edibles, says packaging must protect kids
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Manitoba Premier Brian Pallister is hoping for more details on the federal government’s plan to ensure edible cannabis products will not be produced or packaged in a way that would entice children and teens. Read More

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BILLECK: Already elite, Jets’ Scheifele now hitting new heights
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When Josh Morrissey engages a forward, one of the things he’s looking for while trying to win a puck battle and regain possession is simply an opening. Read More

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Winnipeg drivers advised to stay off roads after early blast of winter
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Emergency officials are asking Winnipeg drivers to stay off the roads, after a blast of early winter weather disrupted traffic signals, triggered extensive power outages, destroyed trees and dumped plenty of snow. Read More

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