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The life and tragic death of the Canadian who built The Bomb
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Richard Feynman called it “tickling the dragon’s tail.” Read More

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’The system is broken:’ Many can’t afford lawyers, don’t qualify for legal aid
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CALGARY — Legal experts say the justice system is failing Canada’s working poor, many of whom are unable to afford lawyers and end up pleading guilty or representing themselves in court. Read More

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City battles three blazes over Christmas
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The 25 occupants of a three-story apartment building are all safe following an early morning Boxing Day fire. Read More

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Boxing Day still important for Winnipeg retailers
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Boxing Day remains one of the most important days on the shopping calendar in Winnipeg, despite the emergence of Black Friday and Cyber Monday. Read More

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ALDRICH: A look back at the biggest Winnipeg stories from 2019
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Winnipeg is many things, but dull is not one of them. Read More

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Letters: December 26, 2019
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Canadians are charitable  Read More

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Turning Boxing Day into Running day for Siloam Mission
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Junel Malapad has turned tragedy into a rallying point for good. Read More

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’A healing farm:’ Produce project helps Yazidi refugees in Manitoba plant roots
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As each seed broke the surface of the rich Manitoba soil, Salim Hasan felt a little bit more like he was building real roots in his new home. Read More

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BENDER: Overflowing with Christmas Cheer
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“HOLD ON TO YOUR HAT!” Read More

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A “kingdom on this street” — Siloam a gift for homeless
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While appreciative to be sitting down to a nice Christmas Eve meal with all the trimmings on Tuesday, Edward Fleury said every day at Siloam Mission has been a gift. Read More

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ALDRICH: Looking at needs and wants this Christmas
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It’s Christmas Eve, the tree is decorated, the decorations are strung from one end of the city to the other, and if the cookies and milk aren’t out for old Kris Kringle yet, they will be soon. Read More

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Letters: December 24, 2019
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Big business ostriches Read More

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Former Jets rearguard a true ‘progression story:’ Maurice
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They say you don’t truly know what you have until it’s gone. Read More

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Trafficking, weapons charges laid in drug bust
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A 30-year-old Winnipeg man faces drug trafficking and weapons charges following a raid at a downtown residence. Read More

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Lighthouse, Siloam provide Christmas feasts
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While many are celebrating with friends and family throughout the holiday season, for others these times are more difficult to handle. Read More

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Fifteen charged in second week of RCMP Holiday Checkstop
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More than a dozen Manitobans were charged with impaired driving offences during week two of the RCMP’s Holiday Checkstop Program, the Mounties announced Monday. Read More

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Friesen’s Grey Cup Christmas
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pfriesen@postmedia.com Read More

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What’s open and closed for Christmas, Boxing Day
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What’s open and closed over the next couple of days: Read More

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Police break up Manitoba-Ontario organized crime network, 10 arrests made
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Law enforcement agencies in Manitoba and Ontario were successful in breaking up what they are calling an interprovincial organized crime network being headed up by a “cooperative of local high-level drug traffickers” resulting in 10 arrests and the seizure of vast quantities of drugs, cash, contraband cigarettes, luxury vehicles and more. Read More

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Jets in the giving mood in loss to Canadiens
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’Twas two nights before Christmas and all through the house, the Montreal Canadiens were scoring — a fire the Winnipeg Jets couldn’t douse. Read More

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Man injured in early-morning shooting at Osborne Village restaurant
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A 20-year-old is in hospital following an early-morning shooting at the Subway restaurant in Osborne Village. Read More

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Letters: December 23, 2019
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Plastic show Read More

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UPDATED: Missing man found safe
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A 33-year-old man who had been missing since Friday evening has been found safe, Winnipeg Police said. Read More

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BILLECK: Beaulieu-Kunin dust-up more than just a fight for Jets
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It wasn’t spoken of after the game, at least not in front of the assembled media. Read More

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Winnipeg woman in search of stem cell match this holiday season
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Theresa Cianflone is hoping for an early Christmas present, if not for her but for someone in a similar situation to her. Read More

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Text, e-mail scams on the rise in 2019: Manitoba Hydro reports
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Manitoba Hydro saw a five per cent jump in the number of fraud-related complaints it received in 2019 from the year before the Crown corporation reported, a sign more customers are getting bogus e-mails and texts attempting to scam them out of their money. Read More

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STAPON: ‘How can I catch fish every time out?’
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The question that I probably get asked most is, “How can I catch fish every time I go out?” Well that sure is a loaded question, I will answer as best as I can. Read More

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Fire damages apartment building under construction, Pembina closed
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An early-morning fire at a highrise student housing apartment building under construction forced a section of Pembina Highway near the University of Manitoba to be blocked off Saturday for much of the day. Read More

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FRIESEN: Jets leave lump of coal at home of Wild
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ST. PAUL – The busker outside the arena here was strumming pre-game Christmas carols, but the Winnipeg Jets countered with Afternoon Delight in a Saturday matinee against the Minnesota Wild. Read More

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Game Day: Jets at Wild
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WINNIPEG JETS (20-13-2) at MINNESOTA WILD (17-14-5) Read More

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EMPTY STOCKING FUND: Trades, Labour chip in with $12,500 for Cheer
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Talk about rolling up their sleeves for a great cause. Read More

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FRIESEN: Slow liftoffs hurting Jets
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We know they can fight from behind with the best of them, that their second period is usually strong and their third period often their best. Read More

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New Jet Harkins on his journey to the NHL: ‘It’s tough to just be average’… Jets walk line between creativity and grind… Connor says last game just ‘one of those nights’
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The hardest thing is realizing it’s not going to come easy. Read More

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Regimental funeral in Winnipeg for RCMP officer who died in highway crash
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More than 1,000 police officers, first responders and members of the public have gathered at a funeral for a Winnipeg Mountie killed in a highway crash. Read More

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HAL’S HEADLINES: Marijuana edibles have arrived
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Cannabis edibles are now legal here. This is a big deal for people who need or want marijuana but would rather not smoke it. Zach Walsh is a Winnipegger, a psychology professor at UBC and a pot expert. He says the introduction of edibles in good news but for people who suffer with chronic pain, […]

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Manitoba doctors appeal for fairness in bill dispute resolution
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Doctors Manitoba has started a new lobby against proposed legislation to reform physician billing. Read More

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Letters: December 20, 2019
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Prisoner swap Read More

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EDITORIAL: Be smart about your partying
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Eat, drink and be merry. Read More

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