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Traffic will face detours, delays as Santa makes annual appearance downtown
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Santa Claus makes his annual appearance in downtown Winnipeg and that mean there will be some traffic disruptions on Saturday. Read More

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Red Nose ready to kick off another season of safe rides home
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If you’ve had few and your nose is the colour of Rudolph’s this holiday season, Safety Services Manitoba and Manitoba Public Insurance would like you to make a call rather than get behind the wheel as the 2019 Operation Red Nose prepares for operations. Read More

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Video message from Harris brings happy final days for Bombers’ fan
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REGINA — Pat Young and Doug McAree often talked about football and played up a friendly rivalry. Read More

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Lives on the line: Canada’s stem cell registry lacks ethnic diversity in donor pool
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It’s no wonder five-year-old Tanner McLeod is infatuated with superheroes, considering he’s looking for a hero of his own. Read More

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Winnipeg’s 41st homicide victim ID’d
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In a wave a violence unlike any other witnessed in Winnipeg, police have identified the city’s 41st homicide victim as Dustin Cree Baker. Read More

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Winnipeg may amalgamate underused community centres: Lukes
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The city could defer efforts to maintain its buildings, with a new goal to solely provide critical repairs as needed, if one budget proposal pans out. Read More

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West final loaded with intriguing matchups
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They say football is the ultimate team sport, where no single player can take over a game without the support of those around him. Read More

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Cup-starved Bombers see the writing on the wall
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There’s a corridor outside the Blue Bombers locker-room that provides a daily reminder to players of what they’re striving for. Read More

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Investigation reveals careless cooking cause of Manitoba triple-fatal fire
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PLUMAS, Man. — Investigators have determined that careless cooking caused a mobile home fire in a small western Manitoba community that killed two adults and a toddler. Read More

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Letters: November 15, 2019
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Political pension Read More

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GIESBRECHT: On Cherry, we’ve reverted to mob rule
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Don Cherry has now left the scene. After decades of entertaining hockey fans, it was two words — “You people” — that did him in. Although he later said he meant to say “Everyone,” judgement was swift and the execution was carried out on Remembrance Day. A Canadian icon is banished. In Grapes’ own words: […]

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EDITORIAL: Judges subverting minimum sentences
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Parliament imposes mandatory minimum sentences for certain crimes to deter them and express society’s revulsion of those who commit them. Read More

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Family ready to match $150,000 for Kidney Foundation donations
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Yvonne and Conrad Desender have laid down the gauntlet for Manitobans declaring they will match the next $150,000 in donations to the Kidney Foundation’s Challenging Limits, Changing Lives campaign. Read More

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Potential water department cuts not ‘at all reasonable,’ says Klein
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One effort meant to prevent brown water incidents could fall prey to budget cuts. Read More

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Winnipeg looking at options to help curb illegal drug use
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A council committee has ordered a costed strategy to add 24/7 safe spaces and recreation options that help combat illicit drug use. Read More

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BOMBSHELLS: Speller’s seamless transition to centre helps Bombers O-line thrive despite Couture injury
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Cody Speller was the ultimate plug-and-play offensive lineman during his college days at McMaster. Read More

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FRIESEN: The future is now for the Bombers
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WINNIPEG — It was way back in training camp, nearly six months ago, that Brandon Alexander looked around at his Winnipeg Blue Bombers teammates and saw the future. Read More

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Inmate facing charges after guard assaulted at Brandon Correctional Centre
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BRANDON, Man. — An inmate at a Manitoba correctional centre is facing a charge of aggravated assault following an attack on a jail guard. Read More

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ALDRICH: We need proof photo radar works before any expansion
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There’s a big part of me that wants to believe photo traffic enforcement is a more than just a golden goose for a cash-strapped police department — but coming from Alberta it is difficult to believe it is anything else. Read More

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GAME DAY: Jets begin four-game road trip at Florida
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Thursday, 6 p.m., BB&T Center; TV: TSN3; Radio: TSN 1290 Read More

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‘CLEAR STEP BACKWARD’: Transit budget proposes plethora of cuts
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Winnipeg Transit is proposing to cut positions, extend the life of its buses and cut back on routes, all to meet a city directed 2% cap on annual spending increases. Read More

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Harris: West final atmosphere will be chaos … Bombers don’t hate Riders, but Bighill says it’s close … Playbook wide open for Collaros … Willie-J credits O’Shea
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The heated rivalry between the Blue Bombers and Saskatchewan comes to a head at the end of every summer. Read More

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ALDRICH: Torch being held high by new generation
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I have covered Remembrance Day services in one capacity or another for most of the last 17 years, and for much of that time there has been a struggle to connect with the next generation of Canadians. Read More

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Letters: November 12, 2019
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Re: Green economy ‘magic-wand thinking’ continues, Oct. 30. Read More

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Winnipeg police association battles city’s proposed pension changes
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The union for Winnipeg Police Service officers is fighting back against a proposal that seeks major pension changes for its members, just after the mayor’s inner circle backed the controversial plan. Read More

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Letters: November 13, 2019
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I’m no particular fan of Don Cherry, but his criticism of recent immigrants to Canada disrespecting our military men and women by failing to purchase or wear the Remembrance poppy is thoroughly justified. Just visit a mall in any large Canadian city on Remembrance Day and see the number of people strolling around unconcernedly at […]

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Manitoba gets ready to celebrate 150th anniversary
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From top to bottom, and from Winnipeg down to the smallest city, 2020 is shaping up to be a magical year in Manitoba. Read More

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BOMBSHELLS: Bombers newest defensive backs came through with huge performance in semifinal win over Stampeders
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CALGARY — The three defensive backs who made the most impactful plays in Sunday’s West semifinal were not even with the Winnipeg Blue Bombers until well into the season. Read More

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Harvest a struggle in Alberta, Saskatchewan, but a miracle in Manitoba
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Winter’s icy fingers have touched most of the Prairies since late September, causing havoc and frustration for many farmers trying to get crops off their fields. Read More

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FREEZER BURNS: Celebrating Bombers say they’re not done yet… how about them hogs?… defence got it done from front to back
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CALGARY — They had just dethroned the defending champs in a place that had become their own personal graveyard. Read More

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JETS GAME DAY: Jets look to remain undefeated against Central foes
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Tuesday, 7 p.m., BellMTS Place; TV: TSN3; Radio: TSN 1290 Read More

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BILLECK: Jets rallying around turbulent start to season
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If there’s a good word to describe everything that’s befallen the Winnipeg Jets on and off the ice over the past couple of months, Blake Wheeler couldn’t locate it. Read More

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Indigenous leaders, activists take protest to Manitoba Hydro’s doorstep
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A group of Indigenous leaders and activists took their message about the impacts of hydroelectric dams literally to the doorstep of Manitoba Hydro on Sunday afternoon. Read More

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Bombers were rested against Stamps, but it will be Riders who are rested in West final
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CALGARY — The Winnipeg Blue Bombers coaches and players used their bye week at the end of the regular season wisely. Read More

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Manitoba Islamic Association marks 50 years, honours founders
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When Dr. Farouk and Laila Chebib first came to Winnipeg from Syria in 1958 so that Farouk could pursue his Masters degree at the University of Manitoba, the number of Muslims in the city could be counted on one hand. Read More

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Bombers use two-headed QB monster to destroy Stamps in West semifinal
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CALGARY — Just when the Winnipeg Blue Bombers needed it most, the two-headed quarterback monster emerged and unleashed its wrath on the Calgary Stampeders. Read More

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Letters: November 10, 2019
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Spoiled rotten Read More

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Winnipegger is $1M richer from Saturday night’s Lotto 6/49 draw
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A lucky ticket holder in Winnipeg is a $1 million richer after winning the guaranteed prize in Saturday’s Lotto 6/49 draw. Read More

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