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Bombers reward O’Shea, Walters with new deals
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The Grey Cup champion Winnipeg Blue Bombers have kept their most important potential free agent off the open market. Read More

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Organizers kick off Manitoba 150 celebrations with a bang
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The Manitoba 150 Host Committee will launch the 150-day countdown to Manitoba Day on May 12 and the 150th anniversary of Manitoba becoming a province with a free family-friendly display of breathtaking illumination, snowmobile acrobatics, and winter activities on Saturday afternoon on the grounds of the Manitoba Legislative Building. Read More

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Winnipeg man charged with possession of child pornography
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A 32-year-old man from the Norwood West area of Winnipeg has been charged with possession and distribution of child pornography. Read More

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Winnipeg man facing charges in pair of bank robberies
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A customer and security guard took down a man Wednesday robbing a bank with a knife. Read More

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Russia tells the sports world to kiss its behind
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Paul Melia is an optimistic man who doesn’t easily throw his hands up in frustration. Read More

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Jets come out flat as last-place Red Wings end 12-game losing streak
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DETROIT — A terrible giveaway, an untimely collision with a linesman, two awful bounces and an uncharacteristically sloppy game by the Winnipeg Jets all led to a humbling loss against the NHL’s worst team on Thursday night. Read More

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JETS GAMEDAY: Jets looking for more of the same in rematch with Red Wings
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WINNIPEG JETS at DETROIT RED WINGS Read More

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Letters: December 12, 2019
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Watch your back Read More

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Hellebuyck: too early for Vezina talk
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Connor Hellebuyck first mentioned winning the Vezina Trophy, at least publicly to reporters gathered around his locker, in early March, 2017. Read More

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EMPTY STOCKING FUND: Maxim-um cash for Cheer Board
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Well, that was a rather timely truckload of Christmas cash Read More

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Seed money for city’s million tree challenge grows to $1.25 million
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Winnipeg now has $1.25 million worth of donations to support its “million tree challenge,” but it’s not yet clear how many trees that will buy or where they’ll be planted. Read More

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Address causes, not symptoms, of downtown’s problems: report
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The Canadian Centre for Policy Alternatives is a calling on a more coordinated approach from the province and city to address the root causes of the mental health and drug problems in Winnipeg’s downtown. Read More

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Siloam Mission’s social enterprise laundry is ‘changing lives’
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Siloam Mission is out to provide a fresh start for people experiencing homelessness through a social enterprise laundry facility. Read More

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Defenceman Neal Pionk has been turning heads in short time with Jets
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DETROIT — Ask Winnipeg Jets fans which player on the team this year has surprised them the most and many are likely to say Neal Pionk. Read More

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The Forks opens land skating trail while waiting to see if river trail will be possible
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While there’s still no clear timeline for a possible river skating trail, the canopy rink and about one kilometre of on-land ice are now open at The Forks. Read More

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ALDRICH: Pallister promises big at year’s end
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If there was any doubt about Premier Brian Pallister’s resolve to financially empower the taxpayer, he doubled-down (or are we on to tripled-down at this point?) on those promises during his year-end scrum. Read More

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Neufeld re-ups with Bombers, hopes teammates feel the same
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Blue Bomber offensive lineman Pat Neufeld signed a contract extension on Tuesday morning and then got on his phone. Read More

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FRIESEN: Door wide open for Collaros’ return to Bombers
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Zach Collaros was Christmas shopping at the mall on Tuesday, on a relatively balmy day in Southern Ontario. Read More

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BIG BUST: RCMP makes biggest meth seizure in history, taking $6.5M in drugs off street
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Following a 16-month investigation involving law enforcement and other agencies in five provinces and the United States, the RCMP announced the seizure of a large amount of methamphetamine, cocaine and cash at a press conference at the RCMP D Division headquarters in Winnipeg on Tuesday. Read More

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JETS SNAPSHOTS: High-scoring young Jets’ wingers are evolving into leaders
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As this season has gone along, it has become apparent that the three most dynamic young forwards on the Winnipeg Jets are evolving into team leaders. Read More

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Well-travelled Comrie looking to make mark in Detroit
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Eric Comrie loved every second he was in Winnipeg. Read More

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Jets crush lowly Red Wings with two-minute goal barrage
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Dreadful as they may be, the Detroit Red Wings were hanging with the Winnipeg Jets for the first 36 minutes and 43 seconds of Tuesday’s game at Bell MTS Place. Read More

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Tax cuts, flood fight and cost-control on Manitoba premier’s agenda
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Manitoba Premier Brian Pallister is promising a “bolder” approach in 2020 with his Progressive Conservative government now in its second term. Read More

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Former Jets prospect and Moose goalie Comrie gets start for Red Wings in Winnipeg
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A face familiar to Winnipeg hockey fans will be in goal for the last-place Detroit Red Wings when they visit the surging Winnipeg Jets on Tuesday night at Bell MTS Place. Read More

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GAME DAY: Detroit Red Wings at Winnipeg Jets
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TV: TSN3; Radio: TSN 1290 Read More

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Bombers need to arrest exodus following LaPolice departure
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Once the dominoes start falling, they go down fast. Read More

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Budget plans moving through city hall, ‘not everybody’s going to be happy,’ says mayor
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Mayor Brian Bowman is remaining tight-lipped on the potential of closing down libraries and community centres to meet budget expectations. Read More

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Fisher River man killed in crash between minivan and pickup
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A 38-year-old from Fisher River is dead following a two-vehicle crash near Arborg on Sunday afternoon. Read More

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Ehlers-Getzlaf bout riled Jets’ bench with mixed emotions
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It was a moment few could hardly believe had come to pass. Read More

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Police say intoxicated man stole, then distributed Christmas trees
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BRANDON, Man. — It appears a thief in Manitoba acted part-Santa and part-Scrooge on the weekend. Read More

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Jets brighten the day of sick kids with holiday hospital visit
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Zack Kuffel is non-verbal, but the 12-year-old didn’t need to use his iPad to communicate how he felt about getting a special visit from members of the Winnipeg Jets. Read More

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Letters: December 9, 2019
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Denied Read More

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Two die at scene of crash between car and pickup on Manitoba highway
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SEDDONS CORNER, Man. — Two people have died and another suffered serious injuries in a highway crash about 60 kilometres northeast of Winnipeg. Read More

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Ontario ticket takes $1M prize in Lotto 6/49 draw
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TORONTO — No winning ticket was sold for the $5-million jackpot in Saturday night’s Lotto 6/49 draw. Read More

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Boundary Trails Health Centre unveils new heliport
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The Ed and Irene Krahn Heliport was officially unveiled to the public today during a ceremony at the Winkler-based Boundary Trails Health Centre, allowing Manitobans living or travelling through the Pembina Valley region to access specialized critical care more quickly during a medical emergency. Read More

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CMHR marks International Human Rights Day on Tuesday
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The Canadian Museum for Human Rights will mark International Human Rights Day on Tuesday with free admission, special films, an in-gallery family activity and an evening panel discussion. Read More

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ON THE MENU: U of W gets set to launch all-vegan menu
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The University of Winnipeg is getting ready to launch a new all-vegan menu at one of the campus’ main dining halls. Read More

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Elderly woman dead in house fire near Arborg
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An elderly woman died following a house fire Saturday afternoon near Arborg. Read More

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