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SHAVER: Universal pharmacare shouldn’t be a top priority for Health Canada
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“If you can’t get it right, don’t start with another program. Don’t start broadening health care when you can’t get it right now.” – Premier Brian Pallister Read More

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Lehner stands tall in net as Blackhawks beat Jets
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If Kyle Connor could ask Santa for a single thing this holiday season, it would undoubtedly be a request for Robin Lehner to go away. Read More

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WOLBERT: Canada needs compassionate Conservatives
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I have to admit that I was disappointed, but not surprised, when Andrew Scheer announced his resignation as leader of the Conservative Party of Canada. I was one of those Canadians who voted “conservative” in the federal election. Read More

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EDITORIAL: Promises kept, promises broken
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There’s been a lot of discussion around money in the news lately. Read More

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Residential development at The Forks gets Manitoba’s support
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The province will devote up to $11.9 million of tax-increment financing to Phase 1 of The Forks Railside development project, which will add housing, public piazzas and retail at the site. Read More

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Manitoba government’s oversight of commercial vehicles inadequate: auditor
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Manitoba’s auditor general says the province’s oversight of large trucks and other commercial vehicles is inadequate. Read More

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WORST YEAR EVER: Man pulled from burning home is Winnipeg’s 42nd homicide in 2019
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A man left to burn in his home on Halloween night has made 2019 the deadliest year on record for homicides in Winnipeg. Read More

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Copp week-to-week as injuries continue to pile up for Jets
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When it rains, it pours. Read More

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ALDRICH: St. Andrews council needs a time-out for schoolyard coup
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One would hope we could count on our elected municipal officials to act like adults, or at the very least not subvert democracy in a schoolyard power move. Read More

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Perreault loss will be felt by Jets
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To the Winnipeg Jets, he’s something of an Energizer Bunny, or perhaps more apropos — le lapin Energizer. Read More

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Police investigate possible arson in North Point Douglas fire, release of fireworks suspected
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Winnipeg Police is investigating a possible arson after a North Point Douglas residence caught fire early Tuesday morning. Early indications are that the fire was caused by the release of fireworks into the home, Winnipeg Fire Paramedic Service officials said. Read More

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Festive Season Checkstop program out in full force
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Any party-goers who thought that the reassignment of police officers from the Checkstop program would make it okay to drive impaired are in for a shock. Read More

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FRIESER BURNS: Jets cautious with Perreault, fear concussion… It’s beginning to feel a bit like Christmas, two years ago… ‘Canes are Eastern Conference candy… Shaw sleeping well, goal or not
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Winger Mathieu Perreault passed concussion tests on Sunday, but the Winnipeg Jets are still treating the after-effects of the hit he took against Philadelphia as a brain injury. Read More

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No need for inquiry over police headquarters: Pallister
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Premier Brian Pallister made it clear the province has no interest in going down the road a public inquiry over the Winnipeg Police Service Headquarters. Read More

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Tech company gets financial boost from province
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A Winnipeg tech company is getting a boost from the province to aid in their rapid expansion. Read More

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Suspect sought by police in armed robbery
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Police are on the lookout for a suspect in an armed robbery on Saturday evening. Read More

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Jets crush Flyers after four-goal second-period explosion
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To steal a line from Will Ferrell in the seminal comedy, Anchorman: “Well, that escalated quickly.” Read More

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Kicking off year of celebration with a bang
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The Manitoba 150 Host Committee kicked off the celebrations marking the 150th anniversary of Manitoba becoming a province with a bang Saturday as fireworks filled the skies and the grounds of the Manitoba Legislative Building were all lit up. Read More

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Letters: December 15, 2019
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Hot air Read More

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EDITORIAL: Conservatives must put things right
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As Liberal MPs dutifully filed across the floor of the House of Commons Thursday to wish Andrew Scheer well, a TV news-reader who was announcing the Conservative leader’s resignation accidentally referred to him as “Stephen Harper.”  A simple slip of the tongue —­ but an apt metaphor for the general lack of respect Scheer has […]

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HAL’S KITCHEN: Instant pot mania!
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Well, I did it. I bought an Instant Pot! So many of my friends kept talking about theirs, I just had to go for it, especially when I found the one I thought I wanted on sale for $59. I just got it a couple weeks ago so I’ve only made a few things but […]

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Letters: December 14, 2019
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More empty promises Read More

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Advocate says Winnipeg must tackle poverty, addictions to end violent crime
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A recent spike in violent crime in Manitoba’s capital has been at the centre of conversations by men who get together in the downtown core each week. Read More

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Lotto Max jackpot grows to $40M as no one wins it
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TORONTO — No winning ticket was sold for the $31 million jackpot in Friday night’s Lotto Max draw. Read More

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Manitoba RCMP officer dies Friday in collision on Perimeter Highway
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A Manitoba Mountie is dead following a crash on the Perimeter Highway. Read More

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‘Monumental’ QB decision for Bombers
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It’s a decision that’ll test the loyalty of the head coach, the negotiating acumen of the GM – and set the course for the franchise’s next few years. Read More

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Streveler shopping talents south of the border
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You can add quarterback Chris Streveler’s name to the list of Blue Bomber players getting a look from the NFL this winter. Read More

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Union accused by Manitoba Tories of breaking election limits files financials
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A Manitoba union accused by the governing Progressive Conservative party of breaking an election advertising limit has filed paperwork that says its spending was well within the law. Read More

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Letters: December 13, 2019
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Let Huawei exec go Read More

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MOTKALUK: Maximum pain for minimum gain at City Hall
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We have all seen this movie before.  Read More

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WYMAN: Losses to cellar-dwelling teams could haunt Jets down the road
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They are the kinds of losses that could come back to haunt the Winnipeg Jets if they’re in a close playoff race in March and April. Read More

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Police warn of gift card scam
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Winnipeg Police are warning the public about a prepaid credit card scam they’re concerned will become more prevalent as Christmas approaches. Read More

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OUT THERE: Pie has yet to get sick of Cake
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There’s Cake. From Pie. And cake. But not pie. Read More

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‘HIGH STAKES’: City approves changes to police pension, union promises to fight
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As city council cast its final bylaw vote to support substantial police officer pension changes Thursday, the officers’ union promised its fight of the decision is far from over. Read More

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ALDRICH: Pallister focusing on repair work here, not a federal leadership run
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Brian Pallister is staying put, at least for this term. Read More

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JETS SNAPSHOTS: Jets players from Michigan cherish chance to play in hometown against Red Wings
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DETROIT — Ticket resale sites did brisk business this week with the Winnipeg Jets visiting the Detroit Red Wings. Read More

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Letters: December 11, 2019
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STOP SKIMMING Read More

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City funds boost community safety groups
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The City of Winnipeg is providing $100,000 of safety grants to community groups. Read More

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