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$750K off Bombers’ bus fares
                            
                            
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The city and province are looking to give the Winnipeg Blue Bombers a $750,000 discount in transit charter fees.

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St. Vital-area convenience store robbed
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Police are investigating after a St. Vital-area convenience store was robbed just after midnight on Monday.

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Four robbed on Wellington Crescent
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Police are investigating after four males were robbed after being approached for a cigarette.

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United Way pitches plan to reduce homelessness in Winnipeg
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The United Way’s community task force to end homelessness launched a four-point plan to address the problem in Winnipeg on Tuesday.

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Winnipeg sees first-quarter crime drop
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Violent crimes and property crimes were down in Winnipeg in the first four months of 2014 from the same time a year ago, according to the police service’s first quarter report.

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Half a million expected for flooding damage at Investors Group Field
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Water damage to Investors Group Field could be as high as a half-million dollars, but the costs are expected to be covered by insurance, the Winnipeg Sun has learned.

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Time served, fine for vandalism rampage
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An 18-year-old Winnipeg man arrested following a four-hour vandalism rampage targeting cars, bus shelters, schools and a church was sentenced Tuesday to 6 1/2 months time served.

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Lack of evidence in Sherbrook fire sets teen free
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A Winnipeg teen who admitted to ransacking the apartment of a gang rival has been released from custody after justice officials conceded they had no evidence to prove he was aware of a plan to set fire to the building.

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Teen hit by car in dangerous school intersection
                            
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A teenage pedestrian was struck by a car in front of a River Heights elementary school Monday morning, leaving parents questioning the safety of the intersection.

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From trash to tunes, Recycled Orchestra brings hope through music
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A unique musical group from Paraguay — dubbed ‘The Recycled Orchestra’ — wants to prove that even in the middle of rubble, there is hope.

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Beyonce and Jay-Z headed to Winnipeg
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The first couple of hip hop is headed to Investors Group Field this summer.

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201 Portage sold
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Winnipeg’s tallest tower has new owners.

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Miracle on ice: Woman spotted by helicopter, pulled off floe
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A woman was rescued from the Red River Saturday night.

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Positivity? There's a new social network for that
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A pair of young entrepreneurs from south Winnipeg have set out to change the world by bringing a positive spin to the social media world.

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Gord vs. Judy? Steeves hopes so
                            
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The mayoral race officially begins on Thursday and candidate Gord Steeves says he wants to see it a two-way race between himself and Judy Wasylycia-Leis.

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Shot fired, unclear what was hit
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Police were patrolling in West Alexander early Sunday when they heard a shot fired near Ross Avenue and Sherbrook Street.

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Man stabbed for single beer
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A man was stabbed for a single beer early Sunday.

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Two children approached in separate incidents
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Police are looking for two males described as suspicious after two children were approached.

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Beretta, cocaine seized in drug raid
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Police seized guns and drugs while executing a search warrant Friday.

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Monitoring group had ‘lost’ sex offender before
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A community support group has a history of failing to keep track of a convicted sex offender accused of sexually assaulting a five-year-old boy at the St. Vital YMCA earlier this month.

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Harvest’s littlest helpers honoured
                            
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Little efforts make big changes, a group of pint-sized Winnipeg Harvest volunteers have learned.

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Dogs seized after man's death
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Two dogs have been seized after the death of a Winnipeg man.

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City’s spring cleanup starting on Sunday night
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The city’s annual spring cleanup will finally get underway on Sunday night.

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‘One week for every incident’: Victim slams three-year child sex assault sentence
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Corey Walsh had the satisfaction of seeing his former abuser Robert Walker led out of court in handcuffs Friday, but it was small compensation knowing the man he had worked so hard to see sent to prison could be freed within a matter of months.

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Re-cycle this weekend
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It’s the auction that puts the cycle in recycling.

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St. James Street is still the worst
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CAA’s worst roads campaign made a familiar stop: St. James Street was voted the most pothole-besodden street in Manitoba. “If you’ve driven on St. James Street in the past few months, you know why,” says Mike Mager, president and CEO of CAA Manitoba. “Nearly 900 votes were cast for this road alone, citing complaints like […]

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Ex-Angel Ian Grant granted full parole
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A former Hells Angel who described himself as being a “professional extortionist” has been granted full parole.

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Robbery, injury in bus-shelter brawl
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A bus-shack brawl early Thursday morning has one man in police custody, another recovering from his injuries.

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Semi on its side on Perimeter off-ramp
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A vehicle is flipped on a Perimeter off-ramp this afternoon.

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Wrong home invasion 'a hair's breath from a murder case'
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A Winnipeg teen who stabbed a man in the chest during a violent home invasion targeting the wrong house has been handed a maximum youth sentence of three years custody and community supervision.

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Nigerian student's bright future goes to crack, stabbing, deportation
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Matthew Anuyah came to Canada three years ago to attend university and make a future for himself.

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Winnipeg's yard waste collection program begins on Monday
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With the snow finally all but gone, the city is firing up its seasonal yard waste collection program next week.

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Katz sponsoring markers for Winnipeg soldiers killed on D-Day
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Mayor Sam Katz is sponsoring individual markers that will identify the 16 Winnipeg soldiers killed on Juno Beach during the Second World War.

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French, English schools swap in St. Vital
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An overcrowded French immersion school will swap buildings with the under-enrolled English elementary next door. Hastings School is at 48% capacity, while École Marie-Anne-Gaboury is at 105% capacity, with more students expected at the K-8 immersion school in north St. Vital.

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Housing plan approved by EPC
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A five-year housing policy implementation plan was approved Wednesday by Mayor Sam Katz’s executive policy committee.

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Hazardous building inspection plans moves forward
                            
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Mayor Sam Katz’s executive policy committee has rubber-stamped a plan to step up inspection schedules for facilities and properties that store hazardous materials.

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Phone tap leads to jail time in attempted robbery
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A Winnipeg man has been sentenced to jail for an attempted drug robbery that only came to light because police already had him under surveillance in a murder investigation.

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‘Extreme teenage stupidity’ led to shooting spree
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An 18-year-old man arrested following a Windsor Park vandalism spree — after which police seized a cache of weapons and homemade explosives from his home — should be sentenced to one year in jail, a judge was told Tuesday.

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