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Red River College launches truth, reconciliation award
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Red River College is launching a Truth and Reconciliation Award for Indigenous full-time students, it was announced Tuesday. Read More

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Letters: December 10, 2019
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Honouring Riel right Read More

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Neufeld sticks with Bombers
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The Winnipeg Blue Bombers have taken one name off their lengthy potential free agent list. Read More

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Province unveils new pot possession rules
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The provincial government unveiled new provincial legislation aimed at taking another bite out of the black market for cannabis. Read More

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JETS NOTEBOOK: Jets looking to avoid trap game against Red Wings
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On the outside, you’d file Tuesday’s game against the Detroit Red Wings under ‘should win’ for the Winnipeg Jets. Read More

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Alarm sounded after trucks, trailer crash through ice on Lake Winnipeg
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After three trucks and a trailer went through the ice Sunday on Lake Winnipeg, it had Craig Stapon scratching his head wondering what it was going to take to convince people to stay off thin ice before it is ready for them. Read More

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JETS NOTEBOOK: Unheralded Poolman not going unnoticed anymore
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At this point, you need a calculator to add up all the stories that have emanated from the Winnipeg Jets’ blue line this season. Read More

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HAL’S KITCHEN: P.F. Chang’s opening soon
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I’ve been wondering when those two Chang Horses facing traffic on St. James in the Polo Park area would be moving to in front of the new P. F. Chang’s China Bistro. Well, now I know. I’ve been invited to their VIP event next week to celebrate the grand opening. Which means you’ll be eating […]

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Letters: December 7, 2019
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Missing the target Read More

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‘CATASTROPHIC FAILURE’: Without proper testing we risk massive damage: Bowman
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Winnipeg Mayor Brian Bowman said a provincial demand to speed up pollution reductions at the North End sewage treatment plant could risk far greater environmental damage. Read More

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RCMP officer hailed after rescuing man from burning mobile home
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An off-duty RCMP officer was certainly at the right place at the right time. Read More

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FRIESEN: Grunt work has Jets sitting pretty
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A surprise passenger walked down the aisle looking for his seat on Delta Flight 783 from Dallas to the Twin Cities on Friday morning. Read More

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Letters: December 6, 2019
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No friend to Canada Read More

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EDITORIAL: Downtown safety should be a priority
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Everyone should feel safe in their own neighbourhood. People should also feel safe when they visit other neighbourhoods in the city, including downtown. This seems self-evident and like something everyone can agree on. Read More

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Baseball bats providing security for Food Fare stores
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Local grocer Munther Zeid is tired of non-engagement policies when it comes to thieving in his stores that have largely struck out. Read More

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Bombers first-rounder Kongbo to try NFL
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The Grey Cup champion Winnipeg Blue Bombers have released defensive end Jonathan Kongbo to allow him to try to tackle a job in the NFL. Read More

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OUT THERE: Dirty Mansions ‘IS A WINNIPEG RECORD’
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Corin Raymond would happily live in a place where the air hurts his face. Read More

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Winnipeg should take lessons from Point Douglas on cleaning up downtown, says community activist
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Sel Burrows says the city and province should be taking the lessons learned from their successes in making Point Douglas a safe neighbourhood when it comes to their downtown efforts. Read More

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Committee votes to pump the brakes on proposed transit cuts
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Council’s public works committee hopes to prevent a host of potential Winnipeg Transit service cuts. Read More

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ALDRICH: Downtown safety plan needs work
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There are no easy answers to the issues facing Winnipeg’s downtown core, anybody who says otherwise is lying. Read More

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GAME DAY: Winnipeg Jets at Dallas Stars
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Jets’ Appleton rues freak accident
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Defensive back Mason Appleton is so close to returning to the Winnipeg Jets lineup, he can almost taste it. Read More

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Manitoba leaders press Freeland on political wish lists
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Manitoba political leaders shared their federal government wish lists with deputy prime minister Chrystia Freeland on Tuesday. Read More

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Foot patrols, improved lighting, CCTV cameras key for downtown safety: Mba Police Commission
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The provincial government has released a new report in the pursuit of downtown safety that calls for more foot patrols, improved lighting and potentially the installation of CCTV cameras with facial and behaviour recognition software. Read More

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Bombers bring Grey Cup shine to Jets
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The Grey Cup returned to Portage and Hargrave on Tuesday, not to start another parade, but to kick off a Winnipeg Jets game. Read More

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Jets’ Kulikov set for extended stay on sidelines
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The Winnipeg Jets are being forced to forge ahead without another defenceman after the team announced Dmitry Kulikov will be checking into the infirmary for an extended stay. Read More

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Letters: December 3, 2019
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Stick to your promises Read More

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Stand! delivers as film earns second week of screenings in seven cities
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A made-in-Winnipeg movie musical sourced from significant events of a century ago was never a Schur thing at the box office, but Stand! has managed at least that in its opening weekend. Read More

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Project launched to help homeless who are sleeping outdoors
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A project is being launched to help homeless people who are sleeping outdoors or in temporary camps, it was announced Monday. Read More

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’Poison:’ Manitoba First Nation seeking class action over boil water advisories
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A chief of a Manitoba First Nation is proposing a class-action lawsuit against the federal government on behalf of her community and other reserves that have experienced long-term boil water advisories. Read More

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Saunders retires, joins Racquetball Canada
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Manitoba’s Jennifer Saunders has finally decided to hang up her racquet. Read More

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GAME DAY: Dallas Stars at Winnipeg Jets
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‘The best week of my life’: Bombers’ Streveler on the fun, the fashion and the future
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One more night of adulation, this time from a hockey crowd, and Chris Streveler will finally say goodbye to Winnipeg. Read More

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ALDRICH: Putting brakes on holiday drinking and driving
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In the early hours of Oct. 8, 2012, Heather McKinley’s life was changed forever. Read More

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Letters: December 1, 2019
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Equal, but not Read More

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Letters: November 30, 2019
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Social conservative stereotype Read More

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HAL’S KITCHEN: Helios serves up fiery and fun times
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If you’re looking for an exciting and very tasty food experience, you might want to go see Nick Douklias and Helios Restaurant at 241-St. Mary’s Road. They have, in my opinion, some of the best Greek food in Winnipeg including a fried cheese dish called Saganaki. The first time I ordered it, I reached for […]

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Lucky Manitoban $80K richer following Lotto Max draw
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A lucky Manitoban is 80 grand richer following Friday night’s Lotto Max draw. Read More

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