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Snow Route Parking Ban set to take effect Sunday
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The City’s annual Snow Route Parking Ban will take effect at 2 a.m. on Sunday December 1, 2019. Vehicles may not park on streets designated as snow routes between 2 a.m. and 7 a.m. Read More

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JETS NOTES: Penalty Kill pretty good in November
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The Jets are viewing a 2-for-5 showing on the penalty kill last Saturday as an aberration. Read More

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Bear Clan on its way to Portage la Prairie
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PORTAGE LA PRAIRIE — The Bear Clan Patrol is one step closer to hitting the streets of this city thanks to joint funding from the province and Community Foundation of Portage and District. Read More

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GAME DAY: Winnipeg Jets at Los Angeles Kings
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Saturday, 9 p.m., Staples Center Read More

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Gas line rupture ends classes, triggers evacuation, at Manitoba school
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KLEEFELD, Man. — A school and some neighbouring homes in a southern Manitoba community had to be evacuated when a natural gas line was accidentally cut at a nearby construction site. Read More

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EDITORIAL: Hockey has to face it
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Kicking and punching players on the bench during a game. Read More

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OUT THERE: Winnipeg writer hopes Stand! doesn’t strike out at box office
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As weekends go, this is a pretty big one for Danny Schur. Read More

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GAME DAY: Winnipeg Jets at Anaheim Ducks
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Friday, 3 p.m., Honda Center Read More

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Quebec politicians tell Manitoba to butt out of Quebec’s secularism policies
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QUEBEC — Manitoba would be better off spending its money improving services for its francophone minority instead of buying ads in Quebec newspapers to try to woo away workers frustrated with Bill 21, Premier François Legault said Thursday. Read More

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Downtown Biz says it will continue to ‘build on momentum’ to revitalize city’s core
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Downtown Winnipeg Biz has a new look, but it says it has the same drive to make the city’s core a more inviting, appealing neighbourhood. Read More

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ALDRICH: Quebec’s Bill 21 is a race to the bottom
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Quebec Premier Francois Legault is once again doubling down on hypocrisy. Read More

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Government’s liquor theft prevention plan falls short, says union prez
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Manitoba Government and General Employees Union president Michelle Gawronsky is fuming after Premier Brian Pallister disregarded her call for a non-partisan summit to look into liquor store thefts during question period. Read More

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HIGH SCHOOL BOYS TOP-10: Versatile Crusader Cross is No. 1 in the Sun
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Justin Cross was against the idea at first. Read More

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Cuts to fire service will cause delays, could cost lives, says union president
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Winnipeggers came out by the dozens on Wednesday to weigh in on significant cuts once proposed for the city’s protection, community services and parks budget, which could include the closure of libraries, pools, arenas and a fire hall.   Read More

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ATU complains of late raise for drivers, city says it’s on its way
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The City of Winnipeg said Transit employees will be paid retroactively for a raise agreed to in their recently ratified collective bargaining agreement. Read More

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WRHA performance better than average: CIHI report
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Data from the Canadian Institute for Health Information shows the Winnipeg Regional Health Authority is at the national average or outperforming the national average in 69% of indicators it uses to measure the performance of a health care body, including emergency room wait times. Read More

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Jets open California trip with big win in San Jose
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SAN JOSE — You’d have forgiven the Winnipeg Jets if they harboured a healthy dose of nervousness heading back into SAP Center for a meeting with the San Jose Sharks on Wednesday night. Read More

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ALDRICH: Province announces $1.9M in funding for rural crime fighting
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Money is coming to help fight rural crime, but not quite as much as was promised. Read More

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Collaros grabs place in Bomber history — but will he be history?
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A question to ponder through the haze of a Grey Cup parade hangover: What place will Zach Collaros hold in Blue Bomber history? Read More

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JETS NOTEBOOK: Maurice knows coaches must evolve with players in today’s NHL
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The news of Mike Babcock’s firing from the Toronto Maple Leafs last week seemed inevitable. A ticking timebomb of sorts. Read More

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Bombers fans paint the town blue, gold and grey
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Twenty-nine years ago, Edgar Purganan cut class to attend the Blue Bombers Grey Cup parade. On Tuesday, he – and several thousand other dishard Bombers fans – were on Portage Avenue to celebrate the end of a 29-year Grey Cup drought. Read More

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GAME DAY: Jets set to face much-improved Sharks team
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TV: TSN3; Radio: TSN 1290 Read More

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Bombers will have plenty of work to do with potential free agents when celebration winds down
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Now that the Grey Cup hangover is subsiding, the long-overdue parade is over and the Winnipeg Blue Bombers are getting ready to go their separate ways, there is plenty of business at hand for the team brass. Read More

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WYMAN: Potential free agent Willie Jefferson tells Bombers fans he wouldn’t want to be anywhere else
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Amid a wild, almost surreal scene at the Forks, with thousands of fans cheering, his shirtless, jubilant teammates dancing and singing after a Grey Cup win for the ages, Willie Jefferson made a proclamation that should make Winnipeg Blue Bombers fans very happy. Read More

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Museums press for new city funding model
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The future of how some key Winnipeg museums are funded will be reviewed, with the city set to consider two quite different proposals. Read More

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Get ready to party like it’s 1990!
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Get ready to party like it’s 1990, Bombers fans! Read More

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BOMBSHELLS: Global player Hansen makes Grey Cup impact for Bombers with spectacular tackle
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CALGARY — It wasn’t a touchdown, a kick return or a big passing play, but Thiadric Hansen’s punishing, highlight-reel hit on special teams exemplified just why the Winnipeg Blue Bombers won the Grey Cup on Sunday. Read More

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Emotional Hall thinking of fallen brother and his Bombers ‘Sons’ after Grey Cup win
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CALGARY — On an evening filled with indelible images and magical moments, a clip on TSN of an emotional Richie Hall stands out. Read More

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Bombers GM Walters, assistant McManus, get their day in the sun
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CALGARY — Standing at one end of the Blue Bomber locker-room Sunday night, observing the craziness going on around him, assistant GM Danny McManus showed off his left hand. Read More

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Group calls for child poverty action
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The federal government is 19 years overdue on delivering on its promise to end child poverty, it is time to fix the problem. Read More

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FRIESEN: Bombers championship parade a long time coming
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CALGARY — The world really is turned upside-down. Read More

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Lawsuit alleges Indigenous soldier faced racism, bullying before his suicide
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The mother of an Indigenous reservist who took his own life alleges in a lawsuit against the federal government that senior commanders were negligent when her son experienced racism and bullying as a soldier in Manitoba. Read More

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Letters: November 25, 2019
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We’re hopeful police will get a handle on this. Read More

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Driver of farm tractor killed in crash
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The driver of a farm tractor is dead following a two-vehicle crash near Arborg on Saturday evening. Read More

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Local entrepreneur develops pet calming product for puppies, kittens
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When Crystal McPherson’s children were younger, she would regularly take them to the Winnipeg Humane Society to visit with the dogs and cats, all looking for homes. Read More

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EMPTY STOCKING FUND: Maxim’s pancake breakfast set to kick off fundraising drive
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The Doug Harvey who once played for the Montreal Canadiens was arguably the greatest defenceman in NHL history – before some guy named Bobby Orr changed the face of the game. Read More

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Man taken to hospital following early-morning assault
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A man is in hospital after an early-morning assault at the Airport Motor Inn on Ellice Avenue. Read More

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Cyberattack prompts Indigenous child welfare agency in Manitoba to call RCMP
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HEADINGLEY, Man. — An Indigenous child welfare agency in Manitoba has called the RCMP after being hit by a cyberattack. Read More

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