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Mayor rails against Wyatt’s LRT love
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A renewal in the transit debate at city hall finds Mayor Sam Katz at odds with his finance chair over whether the city should move forward with bus or light-rail transit.

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Potholes give paramedics, patients rough ride
                            
                            
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The impact of rough roads is felt by all vehicles, ambulances included.

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Jail-cell butt grab earns conviction
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A former Headingley Correctional Centre prisoner has been convicted of sexually assaulting his cellmate after a judge rejected the man’s claim he was “joking” when he grabbed the victim’s buttocks and made a crude sexual remark.

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Selby comment opened old wounds for mother
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It was a sudden and painful thing to learn from a television news broadcast.

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Taser strike without warning, man testifies
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Police didn’t order a knife-wielding Michael Langan to drop his weapon before fatally shocking him with a Tazer, an inquest was told Tuesday.

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Highway 12 improvements coming
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The province is cost-sharing nearly $7 million worth of improvements to Highway 12 with the city of Steinbach.

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Selby apologizes to families of dead babies
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After two weeks of public pressure, Health Minister Erin Selby apologized to families for evoking the memory of their dead infants as a retort to a line of questioning.

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Tribal Council to suspend rowdy hockey players
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The Southeast Tribal Council has promised to suspend some individuals who were involved in a brawl during the annual Southeast Aboriginal Tournament at the Southdale Community Centre in February.

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Fielding proposes taxpayer protection plan
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Coun. Scott Fielding wants to ensure taxpayers dollars are being spent wisely at city hall and he has five ways to what that happen.

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New website helps moms with postpartum depression
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The Postpartum Depression Association of Manitoba wants every mother affected by the illness to find support.

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NDP looked at 9% PST 
                            
                            
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Contrary to previous claims, the NDP reportedly analyzed the possibility of raising the PST by two points before raising it by one.

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Standoff ends empty-handed; police continue search for hold-up suspects
                            
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Two teenaged males have been charged with several robbery-related offences in relation to two attempted robberies on Sunday.

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Angry granny says Selby ‘disgusts’ her
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A grandmother of one of the 12 babies that died tragically at the Health Sciences Centre in the mid-1990’s took Health Minister Erin Selby to task Monday.

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Inquest called into Taser death
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An inquest has begun into the death of a Winnipeg teen who suffered a fatal heart attack after police shocked him with a Taser.

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A river runs behind it
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Kathleen Licoppe didn’t want to live near a river.

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Tories 18 points up on Selinger's NDP in latest poll
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The Selinger government’s year-long struggle in the polls is showing no signs of letting up.

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Manitoba installs solar-powered cameras on highways
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The province has positioned new solar-powered cameras on highways in an effort to improve real-time information on road conditions.

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Selby should be sorry for 'dead babies' remark: Tories
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The use of a dead baby counter-attack has put the province’s health minister under fire and the opposition says an apology to the families is due.

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Selby should read 502-page inquest into 1994 deaths of 12 babies
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Health Minister Erin Selby may want to read the 502-page inquest report into the 1994 deaths of 12 infants at Health Sciences Centre before she makes any more tasteless comments about the tragic events.

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Former MPI Marilyn McLaren president back on Crown corp. payroll
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Former Manitoba Public Insurance president and CEO Marilyn McLaren has only been retired six weeks, but she’s expected to be back on the Crown corporation’s payroll as a consultant for an undisclosed amount of money.

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Two cuffed at Selkirk Avenue standoff
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Police took two suspects into custody after a standoff at a house on the 700-block of Selkirk Avenue on Sunday.

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Russ Wyatt wants to talk LRT alternative to rapid transit
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Add Russ Wyatt to the list of councillors who think the city should seriously reconsider its plans for Phase 2 of the Southwest Transitway.

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'Puddles and potholes' for Winnipeg as winter bids adieu
                            
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Sorry, Winnipeg. You’re just going to have to find something else to complain about.

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Winter's last ride?
                            
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April skiers may bring their gear to the slopes for to two more weeks.

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Manitoba Liberals’ ’mother hen’
                            
                            
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From a farm in rural Manitoba, to law school, to the hallowed halls of the legislature, rookie Liberal leader Rana Bokhari has accomplished a lot for a 36-year-old.

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Cops focus on distracted drivers
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Distracted drivers beware: the cops will have extra eyes on you this month.

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Ontario man nabbed in roadside drug seizure
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A man from eastern Ontario has been arrested and faces numerous drug charges after he was pulled over near MacGregor, Man., Wednesday as part of an RCMP traffic stop.

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Man dead after SUV collides with Waywayseecappo school bus
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A 44-year-old man is dead, and alcohol is considered a factor, after an SUV he was a passenger in collided with a school bus on Waywayseecappo First Nation Thursday night.

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Cyclists to get protection on Sherbrook
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Winnipeg is set to get its first protected bike lane, on Sherbrook Street.

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Tories accuse NDP of tampering with freedom of information
                            
                            
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A “smoking gun” email allegedly hidden from an access to information request has the Tories accusing the NDP of tampering with Manitoba’s freedom of information laws.

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Flooding still unlikely, but floodway could open
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The province’s latest flood forecast indicates there is a 10% chance the Red River Floodway will be operated this year.

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Hockey parents set to fight ban
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The appeal date for a Winnipeg couple banned from attending their eight-year-old son’s hockey games has been set for April 16.

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Let voters decide on rapid transit
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There’s a very simple and cost-effective way to resolve the dispute over whether to spend more tax dollars on Winnipeg’s bus rapid transit, or redirect that money to other important infrastructure.

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Downtown bank robbed
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Police are looking for a man who robbed a downtown bank.

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Cops ask for public's help in homicide case
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Police are asking for the public’s help in their investigation of Winnipeg’s latest homicide.

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Snow falling, but city looking ahead to spring
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The snow may have still been falling on Thursday, but city officials are nonetheless preparing for spring.

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Jets’ forward Kane sued over alleged assault
                            
                            
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Winnipeg Jets forward Evander Kane didn’t have a lot to say Thursday about a lawsuit alleging he assaulted a Vancouver man last summer, but what he did suggested he wasn’t giving it much thought.

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In like a lion, out like a hyena
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After shivering behind closed doors and cursing our Arctic weather all winter, we can all use a few laughs.

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