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WYMAN: After 13 games, it seems this is pretty much what Jets are going to look like all season
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SAN JOSE — It’s hard to describe how defeated Blake Wheeler looked after the Winnipeg Jets lost 7-4 to the Anaheim Ducks on Tuesday night. Read More

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Councillor wants more feedback on Winnipeg’s 311 service
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One city councillor wants an in-depth report on the city’s 311 service and how it could improve. Read More

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ALDRICH: Manitoba’s health spending in line with Canadian average
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The provincial government is doing well to keep health spending under control and in line with other provinces, according to a report released by the Canadian Institute for Health Information. Read More

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Jets’ Byfuglien goes under the knife
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The silence around Winnipeg Jets defenceman Dustin Byfuglien had been deafening. Read More

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First Nation trying to stop $453M Manitoba-Minnesota power line project
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A Manitoba Indigenous community is taking the province to court over a $453-million power transmission project it says it wasn’t properly consulted on before construction started last summer. Read More

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Harris snubbed as Bombers announce award nominees
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A failed drug test in July has cost Andrew Harris a shot at winning one of the CFL’s coveted individual awards in November. Read More

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Installing charging stations would help Winnipeg reduce GHG: report
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Some new charging stations for electric vehicles could be coming to Winnipeg. Read More

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WYMAN: Why I did not vote for Bombers running back Andrew Harris for any CFL awards
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Let me preface this by saying I like Andrew Harris, respect his skill and candour and believe he’s one of the best football players in the CFL. Read More

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Child, 3, hospitalized after assault
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Police are looking for information on an early morning assault that has left a three-year-old in critical condition. Read More

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Looking for a place to ‘go’ downtown? Winnipeg looking at permanent public loos
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A city councillor wants to ensure you always have a proper place “to go” when you’re downtown. Read More

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Teens facing murder charges after girl fatally stabbed at Halloween party
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Two teens are facing murder charges after a weekend that left three dead including a 14-year-old girl attacked at a Halloween house party on Kinver Avenue. Read More

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ALDRICH: We all have a role to play in crime reduction
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If it takes a village to raise an idiot it will take the entire city to break Winnipeg of its meth habit. Read More

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Arts Council asks for city to double its funding
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The Winnipeg Arts Council would like to double its city funding over the next six years, but it’s unclear how strict new municipal spending limits will affect that goal. Read More

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FRIESEN: Bombers the CFL wildcard with Collaros at the helm
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They’ll limp into the playoffs having lost four of their last six games while changing quarterbacks like underwear. Read More

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JETS SNAPSHOTS: Laine sits out after getting injured in practice, defenceman Sbisa makes Jets debut
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ANAHEIM — Luca Sbisa couldn’t have imagined starting off on worse footing with a new organization. Read More

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Taking positive behaviour/anti-bullying message to schools
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Now in its eighth year, the Winnipeg Police Association’s Cool 2Be Kind positive behaviour/anti-bullying initiative is having an impact being felt in schools and playgrounds across the city, even in small ways and simple gestures. Read More

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Ducks coach Dallas Eakins has a lot of love for Jets organization
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ANAHEIM — Dallas Eakins made it very clear that on most nights he’s a big fan of the Winnipeg Jets. Read More

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Transit proposes faster, more reliable service in southwest Winnipeg
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Winnipeg Transit is proposing changes with the opening of the Southwest Transitway Stage 2 that Transit promises will see more frequent, faster, and more reliable transit service in southwest Winnipeg. Read More

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Letters: October 29, 2019
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The best thing that could happen, to keep this Confederation together, is a quick non-confidence vote that dissolves parliament and forces a snap election. Drawing the nation through another one, two or maybe three years of uncertainty, deficit and deficit spending and unaffordable and indefensible socialist promises requiring unholy alliances, is not the way to […]

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Violent weekend has police, officials grasping for answers
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Police and city officials were coming to grips Monday following a violent weekend where three people were killed including a 14-year-old girl at a Tyndall Park Halloween party Saturday night and five were sent to hospital. Read More

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Police issue warning following social media posts of Liquor Mart thefts
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The posting of videos on social media involving recent thefts at Manitoba Liquor and Lotteries outlets – including one showing a customer tackling a would-be robber – has Winnipeg Police warning citizens not to become involved. Read More

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RCMP, feds pressed to find missing reservist with alleged links to neo-Nazis
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OTTAWA — A Manitoba army reservist accused of being a neo-Nazi remains unaccounted for two months after he was first reported missing, sparking concerns the police and military are not treating the case with the requisite urgency. Read More

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End Homelessness Winnipeg announces Five-Year Plan
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End Homelessness Winnipeg has launched a Five-Year Plan which it hopes will put a major dent into the city’s homeless population. Read More

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JETS SNAPSHOTS: Repeat offender Lowry suspended for dangerous hit on Flames Kylington
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ANAHEIM — You wouldn’t say Adam Lowry necessarily has a reputation as a dirty player, but the Winnipeg Jets centre is starting to get a bad name with the NHL’s Department of Player Safety. Read More

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Jets team defensive play has improved considerably in recent games, perhaps at expense of scoring
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ANAHEIM — A wise man for his age, Winnipeg Jets 24-year-old defenceman Josh Morrissey is able to pinpoint where things started to go wrong for his team last season. Read More

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HORROR SHOW: Three die overnight in Winnipeg, including girl, 14, at Halloween party
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A Halloween party turned a Tyndall Park side-by-side into a house of horror as a 14-year-old girl became one of three people murdered overnight in Winnipeg. Read More

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Letters: October 28, 2019
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Beauty, eh Read More

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BILLECK: Jets’ Little closes chapter on three-year Heritage Classic wait
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There would have been no one happier than Bryan Little when he scored Saturday’s game-winner at the 2019 Heritage Classic, his first goal of the season. Read More

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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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