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Jets Shore up fourth line ahead of Ducks’ test
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If you’re one for a good pun, you can view the slight modification to the Winnipeg Jets’ fourth line as the team Shore-ing up its energy trio. Read More

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Three Grand Rapids men face second degree murder charges in shooting death
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Three Grand Rapids, Man., men face second degree murder charges after the RCMP made arrests in connection with the shooting death of a 32-year-old from that community on the northwestern shore of Lake Winnipeg. Read More

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Newcomer organization holds holiday celebration
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Newcomers Employment and Education Development Services (N.E.E.D.S.) hosted its ninth annual Winter Holiday Celebration for newcomer children, youth and families on Saturday at the Marlborough Hotel. Read More

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Freezing drizzle cause for icy roads, highway closures
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Manitoba drivers had to contend with freezing drizzle Saturday which forced the closure of a stretch of the Trans-Canada Highway and turned some Winnipeg streets into skating rinks. Read More

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Woman dies after vehicle collides with deer on highway
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A woman was killed after the vehicle she was the passenger in collided with a deer on the highway Friday evening. Read More

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Letters: December 8, 2019
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EDITORIAL: Women are still at risk
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As we mark the 30th anniversary of the massacre at Ecole Polytechnique in Montreal, feelings are still incredibly raw. Fourteen women died and 13 people were injured when a gunman walked into a mechanical engineering classroom, separated the women from the men and opened fire. Read More

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No winning ticket for Friday night’s $21M Lotto Max jackpot
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TORONTO — No winning ticket was sold for the $21 million jackpot in Friday night’s Lotto Max draw. Read More

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HAL’S HEADLINES: Capping senior exec salaries? It’s about time
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I applaud the Pallister government for introducing legislation to limit the salaries of public sector executives. It’s the right thing to do for taxpayers. But the New Democrats don’t like it. NDP finance critic Mark Wasyliw says if the Tories want to limit salaries, maybe they should do it in the private sector too. Big […]

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New provincial demands could force city to reconsider sewage service for neighbours
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If Winnipeg is forced to rush into phosphorus reductions at its North End sewage treatment plant, it could have to reconsider offering sewage service to neighbouring businesses and communities, said Mayor Brian Bowman. Read More

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Police Board looks for ways to meet city’s budget requests without cutting staff
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The Winnipeg Police Board will be looking to non-staffing reduction methods to meet the city’s budget expectations. Read More

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Emergency operation of Floodway helped avert October flood: Report
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Operating the Red River Floodway this fall diverted 556.3 million cubic metres of water around Winnipeg. Read More

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DAY OF REMEMBRANCE: Winnipeggers pause to remember women killed ‘because they were women’
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Winnipeggers gathered Friday for the National Day of Remembrance and Action on Violence against Women, to recall the tragic day 30 years ago when a gunman shot dead 14 women at the École Polytechnique in Montreal and to acknowledges all women who have died as a result of gender-based violence. Read More

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Jets’ Shore back on right side of ocean… right back  to shot-blocking for Beaulieu… Sbisa recalls blow from ‘down under’
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DALLAS — Seven different pro teams on two continents in the last six years — that’s a well-travelled man. Read More

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Jets can’t complete comeback, drop OT decision in Dallas
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DALLAS — Down 2-0 and being properly outplayed going into the third period, the Winnipeg Jets apparently had the Dallas Stars right where they wanted them here, Thursday night. Read More

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ALDRICH: Expect to pay more for food in 2020
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Manitobans will need to brace for a higher food bill in this coming year. Read More

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GIESBRECHT: Western companies already separating
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The subject of western separatist sentiment has been receiving a lot of attention since the election. Western fossil fuel companies, like Encana, are increasingly decamping to Texas and other points south. But the fossil fuel industry is not the only resource industry struggling in this today’s Trudeauvian era of unreasonable environmental regulations and aggressive Indigenous “duty […]

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NDP want Louis Riel recognized as Manitoba’s first premier
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The Manitoba NDP wants to see Louis Riel recognized as the “first Premier of Manitoba” and enhance the provincial education curriculum on the Metis leader’s history. Read More

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‘BEAUTIFUL SENDOFF’: Police pay tribute to fallen service dog
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Tributes poured in Thursday following the loss of one of Winnipeg’s finest — police service dog Banner, who died suddenly Wednesday. Read More

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Manitoba denies city request to delay plan to help protect Lake Winnipeg
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The Manitoba government has denied a city request to postpone a key deadline meant to help clean up Lake Winnipeg. Read More

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Letters: December 5, 2019
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Blame parents Read More

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Manitoba can’t demand MPI increase its reserve fund: PUB
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A provincial directive that Manitoba Public Insurance raise its reserve fund has been deemed “invalid” by the province’s Public Utilities Board because it occurred without a new law to implement it. Read More

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Skip the Dishes founder launches new venture initiative
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The co-founder of Canadian tech success story Skip the Dishes is establishing a not-for-profit pilot program in Calgary aimed at helping local startups build and grow. Read More

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Finance committee approves fire budget increase
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The Winnipeg Fire Paramedic Service will exceed its 2019 budget by $1.1 million. Read More

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Manitoba plans to allow liqour delivery from restaurants
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Your takeout dining orders could soon include alcohol. Read More

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NDP bill would do away with all but emergency OT for nurses
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Manitoba’s NDP opposition is calling for an end to mandated nurse overtime in the province’s hospitals, except when an emergency requires it. Read More

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Hydro taking massive transformer on three-day journey to Riel Station
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Manitoba Hydro is set to embark on a three-day move to transport a 179,000 kilogram transformer from Winnipeg to Manitoba Hydro’s Riel Converter Station east of the city. Read More

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FRIESEN: Jets have Stars’ number
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It’s the dirty little secret the Winnipeg Jets don’t want to talk about. Read More

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Proposed law would set limits for Manitoba public-sector executives
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The Manitoba government is planning to set limits on salaries paid to executives in the public sector and is not ruling out cutting some current wage levels. Read More

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U of M researchers get $1M for chronic kidney disease project
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University of Manitoba researchers have received $1 million in funding to help expand its multi-provincial Kidney Check project to screen, triage and treat Indigenous people living in rural and remote communities for chronic kidney disease (CKD), diabetes and high blood pressure. Read More

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ALDRICH: Manitoba students earn failing grade
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If something ain’t broke don’t fix it. Well the Manitoba education system is broke, and it needs to be fixed. Read More

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Jets roll on, crush Stars 5-1
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The most important thing about the Winnipeg Jets’ impressive month of November wasn’t all the wins they produced. Read More

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Winnipeg’s ‘impact’ fee could drop some years
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The City of Winnipeg could soon change a bylaw to allow growth fees to decrease when construction deflation occurs. Read More

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Grey Cup means gold for Bombers’ bottom line
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Amazing how a shiny silver mug can put the gold back in Blue and Gold. Read More

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Manitoba snowmobilers die in separate weekend crashes
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Two Manitobans are dead after RCMP officers from Churchill and Killarney responded to separate snowmobile collisions over the weekend. Read More

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Gov’t putting $4.4M towards mental health, addictions pilot project
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The provincial government is putting $4.4 million towards a new mental health and addictions pilot project in Manitoba schools. Read More

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New women’s hospital welcomes first birth
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It didn’t take long for Winnipeg’s new women’s hospital to welcome its first birth. Read More

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JETS NOTEBOOK: Roslovic coming into his own
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Asked on Monday to describe the process from being drafted to being a member of the Winnipeg Jets’ top-six forward contingent, Jack Roslovic broke his gaze from the reporter and looked up at the clock that sits overtop the whiteboard in the team’s dressing room. Read More

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