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Man dies from gunshot wound in city’s 23rd homicide
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Winnipeg police are investigating the city’s 23rd homicide of the year after an adult male was found suffering from a gunshot wound early Monday morning near a West End elementary school. He was taken to hospital where he later died from his injury. Read More

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Cycling organization out to bring Dutch biking culture to Winnipeg
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Riding a “grandma bike” has never been so cool. A cycling organization aims to bring the biking culture of the Netherlands to Winnipeg. Read More

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Chicago Dogs improving in second AA season
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The Winnipeg Goldeyes welcome the Chicago Dogs for a three-game series at Shaw Park this week. Read More

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Letters: June 17, 2019
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Freewill Read More

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Police ask for public’s assistance to find missing women
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The Winnipeg Police Service is requesting the public’s assistance in locating a pair of missing women. Read More

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Police search for suspect after Brandon schools tagged with racist, anti-Semitic graffiti
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Two schools in Brandon were the target of anti-Semitic and racist vandalism. Now Brandon Police are asking the public’s help in identifying a man caught on camera. Read More

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SHAVER: It’s time to update, modernize entire Canada Health Act.
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“I think we can learn a few things from out Quebec friends…We need to move beyond the rigid dogma that has dominated the health debate in Canada.” Alberta premier Jason Kenney Read More

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Tractor parade takes over Portage Avenue
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It was a traffic jam of tractors as over 25 tractors of all colour, shape and size, moseyed on down Portage Avenue on Saturday afternoon. Read More

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Local girl has written book, raised cash to build school in Nicaragua
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While she may only be 12 years old, this Manitoba girl won’t let her age stop her from making a difference. She has written a book and raised over $10,000 to build a school in Nicaragua. Her goal is to battle the bad with beauty. Read More

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Second World War vet honoured with one of France’s highest awards
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A Winnipeg Second World War veteran was knighted and honoured with France’s highest national distinction, before celebrating his 100th birthday. Read More

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New start for Milkmen manager
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Milwaukee Milkmen manager Gary McClure has one of the most decorated resumes in college baseball history, but is still willing to learn after nearly four decades in the game. Read More

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Bombers live up to hype with season-opening road win over Lions
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VANCOUVER — The Winnipeg Blue Bombers lived up to the hype in their CFL season opener on Saturday night at B.C. Place. Read More

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Letters: June 15, 2019
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Hospital experience Read More

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Manitoban is $9.5M richer following Lotto Max draw
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A lucky Lotto Max ticket holder from Manitoba is $9.5 million richer. Read More

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Arrest made in murder following fatal fire earlier this month
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Winnipeg Police Homicide detectives have made an arrest in the murder of 63-year-old Hubert Wilson McKay, following a fatal fire earlier this month. Read More

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Spike in homicides forces police to clock massive overtime
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The 22 Winnipeg homicides already committed in 2019 have forced police officers to work more than 9,000 hours of overtime, according to Winnipeg Police Service Chief Danny Smyth. Read More

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Police Chief doesn’t expect legalized pot edibles to drain resources
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When cannabis edibles begin being sold legally around mid-December, Winnipeg’s Police Chief doesn’t expect a notable drain on his resources. Read More

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No cannabis edibles on the shelves until mid-December: Health Canada
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Canada will embark on its second wave of cannabis legalization — which will see edibles, concentrates and topicals become available for recreational consumption to the public — on October 17, 2019, almost a year after the government first legalized cannabis dried flower and oils. But government officials expect that only a limited selection of products […]

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Two controversial proposals in planning review undermines elected authority: Bowman
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Mayor Brian Bowman said he’s concerned two controversial proposals from a planning review could undermine the authority of elected Winnipeg council members and the voters who chose them. Read More

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Metis Federation extends olive branch to Pallister over power project
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The president of the Manitoba Metis Federation is extending an olive branch to Premier Brian Pallister and his cabinet. Read More

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Gov’t calls vote on healthcare bargaining units for August
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A vote that, if passed, will dramatically reduce the number of healthcare bargaining units in the province, was called by the Manitoba government on Friday. Read More

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Ice land top pick: Savoie commits to WHL
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It turns out the calculated gamble has paid off for the Winnipeg Ice. Read More

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Manitoba-to-Minnesota power line project approved with several conditions
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The federal government has approved the proposed $453-million Manitoba-Minnesota power transmission project. Read More

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Feds cut cheque for Metis veterans of the Second World War
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The Metis Nation and the federal government struck an agreement nearly 20 years in the making in Ottawa on Thursday. Read More

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Get ready to mount up for Bike Week Winnipeg
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Get ready to hit the road with two tires next week as this year’s Bike Week Winnipeg kicks off a week full of cycling, prizes and exercise. Read More

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WINNIPEG ICE INK FIRST PICK: Savoie chooses WHL
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The Winnipeg Ice have signed Matthew Savoie to a standard Western Hockey League agreement, the club announced on Thursday. Read More

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OUT THERE: Jazz Festival kicks off this weekend at CMHR
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Two of Izzy Asper’s great loves will intersect Tuesday when Jazz Winnipeg kicks off its 30th annual festival at the Canadian Museum for Human Rights. Read More

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Jefferson wants to show CFL this is year of the Bombers
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It may be just the first of 18 games, but some members of the Winnipeg Blue Bombers are putting extra emphasis on the team’s season-opener in B.C. on Saturday. Read More

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Milwaukee not ready for Goldeyes
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The Winnipeg Goldeyes get their first look at the expansion Milwaukee Milkmen this weekend. Read More

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Canadian championship dream dashed: Valour FC falls to HFX Wanderers FC as free kick turns the tide
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The opportunities were plentiful, yet the finish was once again absent. Read More

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Letters: June 13, 2019
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Hands off my info Read More

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Winnipeg’s fraud hotline calls double in two years
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Reports of fraud and waste to a City Hall hotline doubled over two years. Read More

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BRODBECK: Time for Manitoba to break down barriers to economic growth
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If Manitoba truly wants to claim it’s “open for business,” it should follow the recommendations issued this week by the province’s Treasury Board Secretariat on planning, zoning and permitting. Read More

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Goldeyes can’t hold lead against RailCats
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The Winnipeg Goldeyes lost 8-3 to the Gary SouthShore RailCats at US Steel Yard on Wednesday afternoon. Read More

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Bombers receiver Drew Wolitarsky is also a musician, writer, linguist and world traveller
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In a little under two years in the CFL, Winnipeg Blue Bombers receiver Drew Wolitarsky has gained a reputation as a guy who catches on quickly. Read More

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Business leader worried over recommendation from land-use review
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A business leader said he’s concerned new land-use recommendations could lead the province to intervene in what should be city business. Read More

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Memory Garden dedicated to loved ones lost to addiction
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A small garden in downtown Winnipeg now holds much more than flowers; it holds the memories of families that have lost friends, children, and parents to drug addiction. Read More

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City’s 22nd homicide victim fondly remembered by football community
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The city’s 22nd homicide victim is being remembered by the amateur football community for his passion and commitment to the game and the kids he coached. Read More

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