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Bombers players try to stick to routines on night before Grey Cup
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CALGARY — Adam Bighill planned to have a rib steak at The Keg, Chicago-style, with some fried onions. Read More

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ALDRICH: Long-time Bombers fan hoping for relief from football gods
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Sean Brennan did not understand just how much he should have appreciated the Winnipeg Blue Bombers’ 1990 Grey Cup championship. Read More

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You can look but you better not touch… Bombers thinking of Speedy-B… trash-talker Lawrence a handful, too
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CALGARY — One by one, they’ve approached it, gazed at it with loving eyes and taken pictures of it. Read More

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BOMBSHELLS: Traded away from hometown Riders just before they won Grey Cup in 2013, Bombers’ Neufeld finally gets chance to play in big game
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CALGARY — Winnipeg Blue Bombers offensive lineman Paddy Neufeld went through the most cruel of Grey Cup experiences in 2013. Read More

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Letters: November 23, 2019
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Premier right on crime Read More

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HAL’S HEADLINES: Hal’s Kitchen about to open
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My top headline this week is an exciting one for me. Let me just start by saying this. I’ve really enjoyed doing Hal’s Headlines in every Saturday’s Winnipeg Sun. And the best part has been the conversations we’ve had after you’ve read the column. Well now, we’ll have another one to talk about. Hal’s Kitchen […]

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At long last, Alabama Jets fan fulfills dream to see team up close
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Clay Cawthon’s journey to Nashville this past Tuesday is a story that began a decade ago in Alabama. Read More

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Unrestricted Sunday shopping a step closer to reality
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Winnipeg Chamber of Commerce president and CEO Loren Remillard heralded the introduction of a bill that would put the authority of retail business hours and days of operation back in the hands of municipalities. Read More

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WRHA announces new president, CEO
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Bill would make ‘X’ an option on government IDs
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Charlie Eau and Chance Dupuis hope the third time’s the charm when it comes to passing a bill to update the Vital Statistics Amendment Act to allow for a gender-neutral designation. Read More

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Manitoba government tightens cannabis law
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Manitobans will soon have less freedom when it comes to consuming cannabis. Read More

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Not enough funding, compliance in Manitoba foster care: auditor general
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Manitoba’s auditor general says the province doesn’t have adequate ways to ensure sufficient funding or to make sure standards are met in foster homes. Read More

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Letters: November 22, 2019
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No more lightweights Read More

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Winnipeg Liquor Marts getting ‘controlled entrances’
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Following a serious incident at the Tyndall Market Liquor Mart on Wednesday where three staff were assaulted and one hospitalized, the store was immediately closed and it remains closed while work is being done to add a “controlled entrance.” Read More

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Jets get Stars-struck in Dallas
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DALLAS — In a game that featured two of the hottest teams in the NHL in the month of November, someone’s flame inevitably had to be extinguished. Read More

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Bombers’ Jefferson wins CFL’s most outstanding defensive player award
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CALGARY — Willie Jefferson never played for a defensive co-ordinator other than Chris Jones in his first five CFL seasons. Read More

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Raising borrowing limit will reduce Hydro’s debt servicing cost, says minister
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The provincial government is proposing to raise Manitoba Hydro’s borrowing limit, a move it expects to save ratepayers millions of dollars. Read More

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Postpone photo radar contract, says councillor
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One councillor wants the city to officially postpone any new photo radar contracts until after the province completes a review of that type of enforcement. Read More

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Letters: November 21, 2019
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It was time anyway Read More

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Bombers GM Walters thrilled with Collaros trade, expects to re-sign coach O’Shea
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CALGARY — Even when he was pulling off a last-second trade to bring Zach Collaros to Winnipeg, Blue Bombers general manager Kyle Walters couldn’t possibly have imagined things would turn out as well as they have. Read More

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NHLPA files grievance with league over Byfuglien suspension
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The National Hockey League Players’ Association, on behalf of Winnipeg Jets defenceman Dustin Byfuglien, has filed a grievance against the NHL challenging his suspension from the team. Read More

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Chance phone calls lead O’Shea, Steinauer to Grey Cup
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CALGARY—The O-Show took centre stage here on Wednesday, head coaches Mike O’Shea and Orlondo Steinauer together under the bright lights of the Boyce Theatre at Calgary’s Stampede Park. Read More

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311, bill payment options could be hit by belt-tightening at city hall
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Winnipeggers could soon see fewer options to pay bills and possibly wait longer for their 311 calls to be answered. Read More

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Cold could be extreme for Winnipeg this winter
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Even by Winnipeg standards, we’re in for a long, cold winter. Read More

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FRIESEN: This is one Cup record the Bombers don’t want
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CALGARY—The Winnipeg Blue Bombers aren’t just trying to end a 28-year run of futility here in the Stampede City this week. Read More

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Jets hold on for win over Predators
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NASHVILLE — There’s been a common thread through three of the four games the Winnipeg Jets have contested on their current road swing through the southeast of the United States. Read More

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Winnipeg victory tastes sweet for Regina’s Neufeld
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It wasn’t a traditional Hawaiian lei around Pat Neufeld’s neck after Sunday’s West final in Regina, but it was about to come in handy. Read More

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Wheeler’s new line just fine
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NASHVILLE — It’s been five games now since the split that some people would rather have seen without having to lose a key player to injury. Read More

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Putting the ‘bomb’ back in Blue Bombers
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They were the sexy pick going into the season, there was no denying that. But by mid-October, sexy had become butt-ugly in Winnipeg. Read More

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Letters: November 19, 2019
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Budget spin Read More

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GAME DAY: Jets at Predators
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Tuesday, 7 p.m., Bridgestone Arena Read More

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Manitoba developing new measures to deal with ‘swarm thefts’
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Prosecution and new preventative measures are in the works in dealing with liquor store robberies and other unabated thefts that are spreading into retail and grocery stores. Read More

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Two men facing charges from early October homicide
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A pair of men are facing charges for the murder of Darlus Dary Darrien McKay, who was found dead in the front yard of a Pritchard Avenue home by police on the morning of Oct. 7. Read More

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Bahamian court sentences Winnipeg fashion designer Peter Nygard to 90 days in prison
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Peter Nygard, the Winnipeg fashion designer, has been sentenced in his absence to 90 days in prison and fined US$150,000 by a judge in the Bahamas. Read More

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Bombers assistant GM Danny McManus was on last Grey Cup winners in both Winnipeg and Hamilton
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REGINA — For a truly unique perspective on this week’s “Drought Bowl” between the Blue Bombers and Hamilton Tiger-Cats we present you Winnipeg assistant general manager Danny McManus. Read More

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FRIESEN: Hand-of-god play ends frantic finish, vaults Bombers to Grey Cup
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REGINA — The Winnipeg Blue Bombers locker-room looked and sounded like it hasn’t in eight years here, Sunday. Read More

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BILLECK: ‘Scrappy’ Jets gaining an identity at season’s quarter-mark
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You can attach whatever superlatives you want to try to describe it. Tumultuous, unlucky, messy, grindy… Read More

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Bombers’ Harris aiming to erase ‘disappointment and disgust’ from last year’s West final loss by beating Riders
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REGINA — A picture that was taken of Andrew Harris after his Winnipeg Blue Bombers lost in the CFL West final last season is serving as motivation for the star running back 12 months later. Read More

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