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‘NEW WRINKLE’: Police sound alarm on phone scam
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It’s a new twist on an old scam which has Winnipeg police sounding the alarm. Read More

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Victim suffers gunshot wounds in armed home invasion
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Two males have been charged with firearm-related offences after a home invasion in the Maples last Saturday evening, where a 19-year-old victim was shot. During the investigation, investigators seized a cache of firearms and over a 1,000 rounds of ammunition. Read More

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Duo nabbed following violent machete attack
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Police have arrested two people following a violent incident earlier this week in Fort Rouge where a man was the victim of an apparently unprovoked machete attack. Read More

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Altona police get funding from province for new equipment
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The Manitoba government has invested nearly $11,000 with the Altona Police Service to purchase new specialized equipment to support officer and community safety, Justice Minister Cliff Cullen announced Saturday. Read More

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JETS GAMEDAY: Jets welcome NHL-best Oilers to town
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Edmonton Oilers (7-1-0) at Winnipeg Jets (4-3-0) Read More

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WYMAN: Mitchell’s experience, Streveler’s inexperience give Stampeders edge in home-and-home with Bombers
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CALGARY — The Winnipeg Blue Bombers and Calgary Stampeders are fairly evenly matched teams. Read More

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BOMBSHELLS: Stamps coach Dickenson wonders why Bombers DE Jefferson is not in NFL
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CALGARY — As the CFL season winds down, there’s a great deal of talk about which players should win league awards and one name on the Winnipeg Blue Bombers comes up often. Read More

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BILLECK: Numbers tell an ugly tale for Jets, but is it that bad?
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After most games as you enter the Winnipeg Jets’ dressing room, across the large, square room stands Blake Wheeler, the team’s captain. Read More

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Letters: October 19, 2019
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Crisis? What crisis? Read More

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Longer jail sentence for Manitoba man convicted in mother’s death
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A Winnipeg man who left his mother on a floor for weeks until she died has been ordered to spend more time behind bars. Read More

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HAL’S HEADLINES: #What’sYourExcuse?
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https://twitter.com/MaddiYet/status/1184131458660651017 Read More

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‘SHOCKING’: Two teen boys charged in city’s 31st homicide
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Two teenage boys face manslaughter charges in the city’s 31st homicide of the year. Read More

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Hydro, city crews continue to make progress tackling storm damage
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Manitoba Hydro is continuing to make steady progress in restoring power to customers affected by last weekend’s snow storm. Read More

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Woman killed in domestic incident, man shot, injured by police
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An adult woman has died and a male was shot and injured by police following what is being described as a domestic incident on Friday morning in Elmwood. Read More

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EDITORIAL: Winnipeg should oppose Quebec’s Bill 21
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When Quebec passed Bill 21 — banning public servants from wearing religious garments at work, including turbans, hijabs and crosses — it was a shameful moment for all of Canada. Read More

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LANE: Vote with your common sense
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My column of Aug. 9 posed a question: “Will Canada wake up the morning after the federal election with a government that 65% of voters didn’t want … heading for a weak minority government … looking to the NDP, BQ and the Greens to co-operate?” Now, six weeks later, that question remains unanswered. Read More

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Letters: October 18, 2019
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Vote the bums out! Read More

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NDP urge Manitoba to join lawsuit against opioid manufacturers
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The Manitoba government is being lobbied to join a class-action lawsuit against opioid manufacturers. Read More

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BOMBSHELLS: Bombers feeling renewed optimism heading into crucial series with Stampeders
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The odds of earning a home playoff game aren’t great for the Winnipeg Blue Bombers. Read More

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Joint Manitoba, MMF project aims to keep families together
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The Manitoba government hopes a new pilot project that offers mental health and addiction supports will help prevent children from being taken into provincial care. Read More

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Man tried twice in case of murdered Winnipeg teen sues for wrongful conviction
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A man acquitted of killing a Winnipeg teenager following two trials and more than a decade behind bars is suing the Manitoba government and police for wrongful conviction and imprisonment. Read More

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Storm recovery work could take five years, says city forester
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Clean up from last week’s record-breaking storm is expected to take about a year while a full replanting of the damaged and diseased public canopy could take five years. Read More

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WRHA president announces retirement
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The man leading the Winnipeg Regional Health Authority through a major transformation will soon retire. Read More

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Bryan Little’s return will have to wait as Jets set to welcome Isles
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The Winnipeg Jets will continue to play it cautious and not dress Bryan Little for the first time this season against the New York Islanders at BellMTS Place on Thursday. Read More

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ALDRICH: All Canadians should be free to express their faith
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Two Winnipeg city councillors — Coun. Shawn Nason and Coun. Janice Lukes — will bring a motion to oppose Quebec’s Bill 21 and support in principle, a constitutional challenge to the legislation which prohibits public servants from wearing religious symbols at their next council meeting. Read More

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Aerial search in remote northern Manitoba locates overdue hunters, two children
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GODS LAKE NARROWS, Man. — An RCMP helicopter search in a remote area of northern Manitoba for a group of overdue hunters, including two children located all four of the missing people. Read More

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Roughly 9,000 still without power in Manitoba after snowstorm
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Slogging through drenched fields and exposed to open prairie in near-freezing temperatures, Manitoba Hydro crews continued to restore power Wednesday to homes and businesses hit by last week’s snowstorm. Read More

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BOMBSHELLS: Playing best football as playoffs approach more important than securing home game, says Harris
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Their odds of hosting a playoff game have decreased dramatically but the Winnipeg Blue Bombers still have a chance. Read More

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FRIESEN: Jets’ Little accepts apology, puts concussion behind him
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His head coach called it a horse-bleep hit, and it forced Bryan Little to miss his team’s first eight games of the year. Read More

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Defensive co-ordinator Hall back with Bombers after saying goodbye to his younger brother
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A little less than three weeks ago, after the Winnipeg Blue Bombers lost at home to the Hamilton Tiger-Cats, defensive co-ordinator Richie Hall had long telephone conversation with his younger brother Michael. Read More

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Pedestrian killed near Main Street underpass
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A man is dead after what police are calling a “traffic-related incident” at the Main Street underpass around midnight. Read More

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Roughly 9,000 still without power after snowstorm pummels Manitoba
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Some 9,000 Manitoba homes and businesses are still without power after last week’s heavy snow storm — down 4,000 from yesterday. Read More

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Manitoba opens 11 ‘flexible-length’ beds for addiction treatment
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Manitoba has added new withdrawal spaces in Winnipeg and Brandon. Read More

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Letters: October 16, 2019
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New tax? Read More

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EDITORIAL: Liberals not forceful enough on TMX
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Coyotes break 10-game losing streak in the ‘Peg
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The up-and-down Winnipeg Jets are down again. Read More

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Gustafsson to make Jets debut vs Coyotes
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After watching the first seven games as a healthy scratch, centre David Gustafsson will make his NHL debut for the Winnipeg Jets as they host Arizona tonight. Read More

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ALDRICH: Time to look at actual issues in election
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With less than a week to go in the federal election, maybe we can actually dig into issues that are going to matter. Read More

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