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JETS NOTEBOOK: Lowry to face music for hit-from-behind
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It appears that Adam Lowry has some explaining to do. Read More

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Little lifts Jets past Flames in overtime at Heritage Classic
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REGINA—For over 55 minutes at the 2019 NHL Heritage Classic, a win looked unlikely for the Winnipeg Jets. Read More

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SEW MUCH LOVE: Volunteers gather to sew warm clothes for city’s less fortunate
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For many of the city’s population experiencing poverty and homelessness, having warm winter clothing can make all the difference in the world. Read More

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Letters: October 26, 2019
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Funny, ha-ha Read More

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Bombers appear to have found their playoff quarterback in Collaros
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It seems the Winnipeg Blue Bombers have found their quarterback — or maybe quarterbacks — for the CFL playoffs. Read More

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Cold, prairie night on tap for Heritage Classic in Regina
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REGINA — The stage is set for a cold, prairie night for the 2019 NHL Heritage Classic in Regina. Read More

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No winning ticket for Friday night’s $15M Lotto Max jackpot
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TORONTO — No winning ticket was sold for the $15 million jackpot in Friday night’s Lotto Max draw. Read More

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Driver, 61, killed in roll-over near Snow Lake
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A 61-year-old man is dead following a fatal roll-over that occurred Thursday night. Read More

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Owners launch appeal to city’s decision to halt historic mansion’s demolition
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The owners of a 110-year-old Wellington Crescent mansion have launched a legal challenge against the city’s decision to stop it from being demolished for redevelopment. Read More

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Patient info stolen from Children’s Hospital
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The personal information of 54 patients has been compromised during a break-in of a locked cabinet at Health Sciences Centre Winnipeg Children’s Hospital. Read More

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Collaros helps Bombers keep slim hopes of home playoff game alive with thrilling win over Stampeders
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New quarterback Zach Collaros helped the Winnipeg Blue Bombers head into the CFL playoffs on a high note Friday night with a thrilling victory over the Calgary Stampeders. Read More

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Manitoba’s Lifeflight operations under Shared Health umbrella
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While the process that could privatize Lifeflight “remains ongoing,” the province says the air ambulance service has become part of Shared Health. Read More

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Trade Minister Jim Carr diagnosed with cancer, says ’spirits are high’
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Liberal MP Jim Carr — a federal minister described by peers and rivals alike as hardworking, genuine and an “always awesome colleague” — announced Friday that he has been diagnosed with a form of blood cancer. Read More

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OUT THERE: Aurora Gorealis’s splatterfest climaxes with My Bloody Valentine
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Having a childhood that encompassed the Golden Age of Slasher Films, it was easy to pick up what the man who pegged Cinematheque’s Canadian horror series Aurora Gorealis was putting down. Read More

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Jets looking forward to special night in Regina
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REGINA — Connor Hellebuyck said most would describe an outdoor game in the NHL as a once in a lifetime experience. Read More

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Bombers vs Stamps: Big Blue need a win and a prayer to earn home playoff game
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Winnipeg Blue Bombers (10-7) vs. Calgary Stampeders (11-5), Friday, 7:30 p.m. IG Field, TV: TSN, RADIO: CJOB680 Read More

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Manitoba begins push for people to get flu vaccines
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The province of Manitoba broke records last year for injections of the flu vaccine — the problem is only 23.6% of the population got the immunization. Read More

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One win, one loss in Manitoba licence plate fights
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An Indigenous man in Manitoba has had his NDN CAR personalized licence plate returned, but an avid “Star Trek” fan learned resistance is futile in his court fight to get his Borg-themed plate back. Read More

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‘GROTESQUE’: Winnipeg condemns Quebec’s ‘discriminatory’ Bill 21
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Winnipeg City Council is officially condemning a Quebec law that bans public servants from wearing religious garments at work, a practice the mayor deemed “grotesque” on Thursday. Read More

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‘SCRATCHING THE SURFACE’: 1,700 tonnes of trees dropped at city dumps
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Area residents have made about 12,000 trips to city landfills and depots to drop off wood from downed trees and broken branches since the snowstorm two weeks ago. Read More

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‘It’s been a crazy year’ … Collaros to start at quarterback for Bombers
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To all those who have expressed genuine concern for his safety and future well-being, Zach Collaros is thankful. Read More

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Letters: October 24, 2019
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To catch a thief Read More

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Winnipeg’s night sky lit up as downed power line sparks fire
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Fire lit up the sky over north Winnipeg Tuesday evening as a downed power line sparked a fire on Oakland Avenue in North Kildonan. Read More

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JETS NOTEBOOK: Jets claim defenceman Sbisa off waivers
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The Winnipeg Jets have added another defenceman to the fold, claiming Luca Sbisa off the waiver wire on Wednesday. Read More

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Bombers historically good at rushing football and historically bad at passing it
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They are throwbacks to a bygone era when football was primarily a ground and pound game. Read More

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ALDRICH: Sick of hearing people not getting flu shots
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It’s that time of the year when you will be bombarded by a thousand people telling you to get your flu shot, unfortunately, not near enough people do get the little poke in their arm that can save your life and others. Read More

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Pallister shuffles the deck, creates new departments
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Manitoba Premier Brian Pallister shuffled his cabinet on Wednesday, increasing its size and shifting its focus. Read More

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BOMBSHELLS: O’Shea says he hasn’t decided who will start at quarterback on Friday, but Stamps preparing for Collaros
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We would like to tell you with 100% certainty who will be starting at quarterback for the Winnipeg Blue Bombers against the Calgary Stampeders on Friday night, but that would be like uncovering a state secret. Read More

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Jets trying too hard to do the simple things
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The cliche that gets thrown around when it’s just not working for a hockey team is that, perhaps, the players are gripping their sticks a bit too hard. Read More

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Letters: October 23, 2019
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Bottom of the barrel Read More

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Gov’t announces 150 new long-term care beds
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A new, four-storey building with 157 new long-term care beds at the Holy Family Home in Winnipeg is now officially open, Health Minister Cameron Friesen announced Tuesday. Read More

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Mint honours Riel with coin
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The Manitoba Metis Federation is hoping a new coin honouring Louis Riel will help change the historical record on the founder of Manitoba. Read More

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WYMAN: With Streveler ailing, it’s time for Bombers to hand ball to Collaros
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You’d need some sort of torture device to get head coach Mike O’Shea to admit it — actually, even that probably wouldn’t work — but all indications are that Zach Collaros will make his Winnipeg Blue Bombers debut on Friday night. Read More

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Province unveils funding for conservation projects
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The provincial government has unveiled $1.5 million in funding for three projects to protect Manitoba’s wetlands and watersheds. Read More

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BOMBSHELLS: Nothing demoralizing about loss to Stampeders, says Bombers’ Jefferson
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There were certainly battle scars, aches and pains and lamentations of missed plays. Read More

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Snow-battered Manitoba issues high-water, flooding advisory as cleanup continues
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Some areas of Manitoba are watching rivers and lakes closely as the province warns rain could bring high water — or even flooding — after a devastating snowstorm more than a week ago. Read More

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Manitoba election results
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Polls reporting as of midnight Read More

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Liberals lose seats in Manitoba
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The wave of Liberal support was a little smaller in Manitoba on Monday than it was four years ago, with the Conservatives stealing away a few Winnipeg seats from the party. Read More

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