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Winnipeg’s Syphilis rates ‘increasing exponentially’
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Winnipeg’s health region is facing an “exponential” increase in sexually transmitted blood-borne infections, according to a new community health assessment. Read More

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Where you live in Winnipeg can predict how long you live
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Life expectancy in Winnipeg varies greatly by neighbourhood, with at least one comparison showing a difference of 18 years. Read More

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GAME DAY: Chicago Blackhawks at Winnipeg Jets
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Has the Dustin Byfuglien saga experienced a change of heart?
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It’s funny how a small morsel of information can change the complexion of an otherwise complicated situation. Read More

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Letters: December 19, 2019
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New boss in town Read More

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Letters: December 18, 2019
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I believe Read More

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‘Organized crime network’ hit by Winnipeg police, OPP
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There was a “significant police presence” in a number of neighbourhoods Wednesday as the Winnipeg Police Service executed multiple search warrants intended to “dismantle a highly sophisticated, interprovincial organized crime network” based in the city. Read More

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Jets can’t weather Hurricanes’ storm
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Obliteration giveth and obliteration taketh away: A story of the past 48 hours or so in Winnipeg. Read More

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Don’t hit the flood panic button just yet
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Flooding is not imminent despite near-record high precipitation levels this fall. Read More

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‘STONE’S THROW’: Police seize guns, ammo, drugs and cash at downtown hotel near HQ
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A routine call at the downtown Windsor Hotel – a “stone’s throw” away and within sight of the Winnipeg Police headquarters – resulted in the police taking seven firearms as well as ammunition, cash and drugs off the street in three separate incidents over a four-day period early last month, the head of the police’s […]

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Letters: December 17, 2019
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Why is it that the professional climate alarmists seem to talk 90% FUD (fear, uncertainty and doubt) and 10% cherry-picked stats only from the past 50 years? Surely if “the science is proven” they wouldn’t avoid discussing the fact that the Earth’s temperature was 2-3C higher in Egyptian times 3,000 years ago than today. They […]

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Council strips St. Andrews mayor of position’s responsibilities
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CLANDEBOYE, Man. — The mayor of a rural council north of Winnipeg says she’s seeking advice from her lawyer after she was stripped of her key powers and authority, leaving her as mayor in title only. Read More

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Federal equalization payments to Manitoba to jump by more than 10%
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The Manitoba government’s battle to cut the deficit is getting another round of help from federal transfer payments. Read More

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MPI advises motorists not to leave keys in cars to prevent auto theft
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Manitoba Public Insurance is warning motorists about leaving their keys in the ignition even for a few minutes, after reporting that nearly 90% of stolen vehicles in the province involved the use of keys. Read More

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FRIESEN: Jets’ Maurice: ‘I’m not going anywhere’
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Paul Maurice stepped up to the podium on Monday and said something under his breath about lacking enthusiasm for this particular part of his job that day. Read More

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Province pushes for unions to join forces on pensions
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The provincial government is pushing for public unions to join forces on pension investments. Read More

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CUTS LIKELY: Though city will work to maintain transit and library services, says mayor
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Mayor Brian Bowman says he expects some proposed cuts will be needed to help balance Winnipeg’s first four-year budget. Read More

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Fish lure Darvill back
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The Winnipeg Goldeyes are bringing Canadian infielder Wes Darvill back for another season. Read More

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GAME DAY: Carolina Hurricanes vs. Jets
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Winnipeg Jets (20-11-2) vs Carolina Hurricanes (20-11-2) Read More

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Doctor Who star, original Hulk on tap for inaugural Winnipeg Comiccon
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Winnipeg’s newest comic convention has its first guests. Read More

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Letters: December 16, 2019
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Face the facts Read More

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ALDRICH: Immediate Roadside Prohibition comes into effect Monday
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Those who risk drinking and driving risk losing their licence on the spot. Read More

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EMPTY STOCKING FUND: MMF comes through big for Cheer Board
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The Manitoba Metis Federation has come through in an even bigger way for the Christmas Cheer Board this yuletide. Read More

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Bombers sign national receiver Drew Wolitarsky to two-year contract extension
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Another day, another key signing for the Grey Cup champion Winnipeg Blue Bombers. Read More

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Section of Taylor Avenue closed Monday night for sewer work
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Taylor Avenue from Pembina Highway to Stafford Street will be closed from 7 p.m. Monday until 6 a.m. on Tuesday for sewer work. Read More

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Vehicle crash, fire sends motorist to hospital
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A motorist was taken to hospital following a single vehicle crash and fire on Saturday evening in East Kildonan. Read More

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Full-of-fun Jets enjoying themselves in a different way this season
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Fun. Read More

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GAME DAY: Philadelphia Flyers at Winnipeg Jets
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Quebec ticket claims Saturday night’s $9M Lotto 6/49 jackpot
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TORONTO — A ticket holder in Quebec won the $9 million jackpot in Saturday night’s Lotto 6/49 draw. Read More

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Bombers re-sign veteran offensive lineman Jermarcus Hardrick
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The Winnipeg Blue Bombers have locked up another one of the offensive linemen that helped pave the way for a Grey Cup championship in 2019. Read More

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Police ask for public’s help in finding woman, infant son
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The Winnipeg Police are asking for the public’s assistance in locating a missing 26-year-old and her one-year-old son. Read More

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First Nations police capture one of Manitoba’s most wanted
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A 29-year-old who was wanted on several warrants was arrested Friday afternoon following a traffic stop on the Sandy Bay First Nation. Read More

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Manitoba in deep freeze, Environment Canada extreme cold warning lifted
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Environment Canada’s extreme cold warning for a large section of Manitoba including the city of Brandon has been lifted. But while Winnipeg has escaped the extreme cold, Winnipeggers awoke Saturday to find very cold temperatures. Read More

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How an instant loan can save your holidays
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The holiday season can be a particularly stressful time of year for those in tough financial situations. Whether it’s due to an unexpected emergency or not having the budget to pay for presents, many Canadians experience financial struggles during this time of year. Read More

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Naloxone kit contest aims to saturate community with life-saving kits
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If Jessie Kolb had access to a naloxone kit in 2014, there is little doubt in his mother’s mind he would still be here today. Read More

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HITTING PAUSE: City puts hold on search for new CAO due to diversity concerns
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The city has “paused” its search for a new chief administrative officer until April, partly due to diversity concerns. Read More

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RCMP reminds Manitobans to drive sober this holiday season
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The RCMP are reminding Manitobans to drive sober this holiday season after more than two dozen were killed this year in collisions believed to have involved alcohol. Read More

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FRIESEN: These dudes are homegrown. New contracts keep Bombers’ Canadian Mafia intact
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The boss was seated in the middle, dressed in a pinstripe suit and blue tie. On either side of him, adorned more casually, the two underbosses. Read More

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