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EDITORIAL: City right to push for pension savings
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The numbers might be shocking for anyone who isn’t the CEO of a significant company. Read More

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Letters: November 6, 2019
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What are the outcomes? Read More

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Jets, Byfuglien situation may be headed to arbitrator
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The reason for a tight-lipped Winnipeg Jets organization regarding the Dustin Byfuglien situation isn’t down to it being the team’s modus operandi. Read More

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ALDRICH: Advocate calls for boy’s slaying to be labelled domestic violence
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The Manitoba Association of Women’s Shelters is calling for the death of three-year-old Hunter Straight-Smith to be declared an act of domestic violence. Read More

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Mayor’s inner circle remains the same
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Mayor Brian Bowman has opted against a shakeup of his inner circle, instead banking on continuity to help the city meet tight budget targets. Read More

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Churchill gains attention as No. 7 emerging travel destination
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The Polar Bear Capital of the World has garnered more recognition. Read More

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UNPRECEDENTED: Shooting victim Winnipeg’s 11th homicide in 30 days
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Winnipeg police is investigating the city’s 40th homicide – and 11th in the last 30 days – after a man was found shot dead in a residence in south Winnipeg late Monday night. Read More

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Winnipeg plans police pension changes
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City council will consider major and controversial changes to the Winnipeg Police Pension plan, which the public service estimates would eventually save about $12 million each year. Read More

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Province pledges to crack down on liquor thefts as cannabis education campaign rolls out
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Justice officials has pledged to crack down on the spike in Liquormart thefts the province has seen over the last several months, said the province’s Justice Minister. Read More

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Letters: November 5, 2019
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Harris deserves recognition Read More

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Manitoba forming youth environmental council
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The provincial government is giving young Manitobans a seat at the climate action table. Read More

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Funding dispute with province leaves city up to $23M short for Southwest Rapid Transitway
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There appears to be a new funding dispute between the city and the province, which municipal officials claim could leave Winnipeg with a shortfall of up to $23 million. Read More

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Victim of fatal weekend nightclub shooting identified
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The victim in this weekend’s shooting at an Old Market Square nightclub has been identified as 23-year-old Jamshaid Wahabi, Winnipeg Police announced Monday. Read More

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JETS NOTEBOOK: Beaulieu on track for season debut
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Nathan Beaulieu felt strong and he felt right, and all that could add up to his 2019-20 season debut on Tuesday against the New Jersey Devils. Read More

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Roslovic gaining trust of Jets coach
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It was a jarring indictment. Not necessarily because of its substance, but rather the comment itself and the fact it came out of Paul Maurice’s mouth to begin with. Read More

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Jets like all-forward look in OT… Lowry’s courage a big assist… Maurice wants Laine on second power-play, for now
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Don’t be surprised if the Winnipeg Jets start playing more overtime shifts without a defenceman on the ice. Read More

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ALDRICH: Hiding behind a mask not a Movember moustache
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Much of my life is spent wearing a mask. Read More

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WYMAN: Bombers long road in CFL playoffs begins in Calgary
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What has seemed inevitable for a while now has finally come to pass — the Winnipeg Blue Bombers will open the CFL playoffs on the road after spending the first half of the season in first place. Read More

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RUN, NOEL!: Winnipeg man set to run five hours for cancer
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To mark his 50th birthday, a Winnipeg man is planning to run for five hours in the area of The Forks later this month to honour the memory of a close friend and mentor and raise money for CancerCare Manitoba Foundation. Read More

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EDITORIAL: Will the West be lost?
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Canada’s October election was more the beginning of a campaign than an end. Prime Minister Justin Trudeau’s minority government has a fight on its hands as there is a swell in separatist sentiments on the Prairies. Read More

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Letters: November 3, 2019
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No winning ticket for Saturday night’s $11.5M Lotto 6/49 jackpot
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TORONTO — No winning ticket was sold for the $11.5 million jackpot in Saturday night’s Lotto 6/49 draw. Read More

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ALDRICH: Time to ditch the switch
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As a born-and-raised Albertan and new Winnipegger, this pains me to admit, but Saskatchewan has it right. Read More

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Brandon woman killed in two-vehicle crash
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A Brandon woman died Friday morning following a crash in southwestern Manitoba. Read More

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Bisons lose heartbreaker on failed two-point convert
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As they lined up on the five-yard line with zeroes showing on the game clock, the University of Manitoba Bisons needed one last reception to extend their season. Read More

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Man high on meth busted after threatening passengers on Transit bus
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A 34-year-old from Lynn Lake, Man., has been charged with carrying a concealed weapon and possessing a weapon after police said he threatened passengers on on a Transit bus with a knife early Friday morning while high on methamphetamine. Read More

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Family friend says boy, 3, seriously injured after Winnipeg stabbing has died
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A three-year-old boy who was stabbed multiple times while he slept was taken off life support on Saturday afternoon and died moments later, a friend of the boy’s family said. Read More

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Letters: November 2, 2019
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No reward Read More

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Heinola set for AHL debut with short-term future still undecided
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If you knew nothing about the past 24 hours for Ville Heinola, you’d only have seen a smiling 18-year-old skating alongside his teammates at BellMTS Place on Friday morning. Read More

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JETS SNAPSHOTS: Suess makes NHL debut against Sharks after getting called up from Moose
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SAN JOSE — As C.J. Suess made his way across the country in time to meet up with the Winnipeg Jets Friday morning, his mother was waiting back at home ready to follow him if necessary. Read More

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Jets Gameday vs Golden Knights
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5 keys to the game Read More

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Jets, Hellebuyck, steal one in San Jose
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SAN JOSE—It wasn’t exactly a matchup of marquee teams in the NHL’s Western Conference here, Friday night. Read More

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Province taking action to improve safety at dangerous intersection
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The provincial government is taking further action to improve the safety at the intersection of Provincial Roads 206 and 213. Read More

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Three-year-old boy stabbed in Winnipeg to be taken off life support
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A three-year-old boy who was stabbed multiple times while he slept in his bed was to be taken off life support on Friday. Read More

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Victim identified, suspect arrested in city’s 37th homicide
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Police have identified the victim and made an arrest in the city’s 37th homicide of the year. Read More

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Letters: November 1, 2019
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Try with China Read More

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ALL FOR ONE: Regional economic plan pushes benefits of working together
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The Winnipeg Metropolitan Region has a new economic plan to work together, now the trick will be to get all sides on the same page, something that has plagued past reports and efforts. Read More

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OUT THERE: Freedom Road documentary to debut at Winnipeg Art Gallery
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The Shoal Lake 40 First Nation has made the trip to the other end of the pipe. Now is the time for Winnipeggers to take a similar journey. Read More

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