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SHOW OF SUPPORT: Winnipeg’s Chilean community holds rally at City Hall
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Members of Winnipeg’s Chilean community and their allies held a rally at Winnipeg City Hall on Sunday evening as a show of support for the people’s movement and demonstrations in that South American country, which has been ongoing since mid-October. Read More

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BILLECK: November to remember for Jets
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LOS ANGELES — At the end of the day, when the calendar flipped over from the penultimate month of 2019 to the decade’s final hurrah, the Winnipeg Jets had collected 21 of a possible 28 points in November, including a franchise-record 10 wins for the month. Read More

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Woman killed in crash near Portage la Prairie
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A female driver is dead following a motor vehicle crash near Portage la Prairie, Sunday morning. Read More

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Ontario ticket takes Saturday night’s $17.6M Lotto 6/49 jackpot
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TORONTO — A single ticket sold somewhere in Ontario claimed Saturday night’s $17.6 million Lotto 6/49 jackpot. Read More

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EMPTY STOCKING FUND: Get ready to take ride on Santa Bus
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By now, I’m sure that most of you have noticed the signs on the front of Winnipeg Transit buses saying: BLUE BOMBERS, GREY CUP CHAMPIONS. Read More

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Jets run out of gas, fall to Kings in Cali
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LOS ANGELES — Remember all those things that helped lead the Winnipeg Jets to victory during the first two legs of their three-game tour through California? Read More

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EDITORIAL: Changes to health care a shot in the arm
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Manitoba’s health care system is getting a systems upgrade. Health care 2.0? Read More

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RCMP to begin holiday traffic enforcement program on Sunday
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The annual RCMP Selective Traffic Enforcement Program (STEP) will kick off on Sunday, and continue up to and including New Year’s Day. Read More

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Winnipeg man faces numerous charges after taking fire truck for dangerous joyride Friday
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A 36-year-old man faces a long list of charges including auto theft and impaired and dangerous driving after taking a fire truck for a dangerous joyride through downtown Winnipeg on Friday before finally being stopped on Assiniboine Avenue under the Midtown Bridge. Read More

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Jets put band back together to make music on power play
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LOS ANGELES — The change came with a few minutes to spare at Tuesday morning practice this past week. Read More

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Santa Bus ready to roll
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The Santa Bus is driving holiday spirit starting Sunday and running until Christmas Eve. Read More

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Jets’ Hellebuyck gets shutout in testy game against Ducks
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ANAHEIM — It hasn’t been dubbed as such, officially anyhow, but the Winnipeg Jets’ three-game swing down the west coast in California had redemption tour written all over it when they boarded their charter earlier this week. Read More

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HAL’S HEADLINES: Liquor summit needed
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I don’t agree very often with union bosses but I’m with Michelle Gawronski at the MGEU on this one…there needs to be a summit on all these robberies at liquor marts. It sounds like all the players are in except for maybe the province. Talking about a problem is never a bad idea as far […]

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All indications are that O’Shea will return as coach of Bombers next season
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There are still details to be worked out, particularly when it comes to salary, but all indications are that Mike O’Shea will be back as head coach of the Winnipeg Blue Bombers next season. Read More

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Letters: November 29, 2019
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Get Gabe a ring! Read More

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LANE: Should Tories bring Harper back?
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While Andrew Scheer survived the Conservative’s first caucus after losing the recent election, he shouldn’t lead the Conservative Party in the next round. The Liberals staggered into the recent campaign with damaging baggage, and the Conservatives had victory for the taking. But, Scheer failed to deliver. Canada has ended up weaker, more divided and more […]

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DRASTIC TIMES: Group calls for city to hike property taxes by 7.33%
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One organization is calling for city council to solve some of its budget woes by increasing property taxes by 7.33% next year, along with other fee changes. Read More

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Maurice, Jets find dialogue works best without the malicious intent
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ANAHEIM — Paul Maurice has yelled and screamed and raged at a bad play. But to those in the Winnipeg Jets dressing room, while the words haven’t always been the nicest, critically, they’ve also never been malicious. Read More

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Environment committee green lights testing of green bins
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Council’s environment committee approved a long-awaited curbside composting pilot project Thursday, moving green bins one step closer to reality for some Winnipeggers. Read More

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Cops take ‘great kids’ on shopping spree
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It was a special occasion, so Halo Soulier wanted to get her nails done. Read More

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SETTLE FOR LESS? City facing backlash as cuts suggested for transit, road renewel
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A city committee was scheduled to hear from 60 Winnipeggers Thursday, as the backlash to controversial budget cut options continues at City Hall. Read More

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Letters: November 28, 2019
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Congrats, from Hamilton Read More

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Winnipeg in the red, expects to end year that way
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The City of Winnipeg expects to end 2019 with a $9.2-million shortfall. Read More

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Jets’ Hellebuyck putting up MVP performance this season: Wheeler
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SAN JOSE — Dishing out team MVP awards is often a frivolous endeavour just 25 games into an NHL season, but not every team can boast a goalie that’s put on a masterclass in thievery quite like the Winnipeg Jets. Read More

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Changes to pension rules, MPI claims proposed by Tories
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The Manitoba government plans to soon allow some Manitobans easier access to their pension funds and speed up the resolution of some auto insurance disputes. Read More

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‘CRIPPLED BY FEAR’: Woman attacked during Liqour Mart robbery says everyone is scared
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A Liquor Mart employee who was attacked on the job last week is using her traumatic experience as a call for change. Read More

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New comic-con coming to Winnipeg in 2020
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There’s a new comic con in town. Read More

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HIGH SCHOOL VOLLEYBALL TOP-10: She’s No. 1, Portage Saints star Smith-Banfield tops annual coaches’ poll
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Carleigh Smith-Banfield admits there are times when she needs to just get away from volleyball and enjoy being a teenager. Read More

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New security entrance at reopened Liquor Mart
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The liqour store that was closed after an employee was attacked and hospitalized following a robbery on Nov. 20 reopened on Wednesday with new security measures in place. Read More

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WOLBERT: We deserve to live in peace, safety
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I believe that it’s time for a paradigm shift when it comes to the issue of crime and criminal responsibility. A paradigm shift is defined as a fundamental change in approach or underlying assumptions. Read More

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Letters: November 27, 2019
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Congratulations Read More

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EDITORIAL: Thanks Bombers, we needed that
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Winnipeg was so overdue. Read More

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Winnipeg’s Grey Cup victory to change provincial boundaries?
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TORONTO — The biggest change resulting from Winnipeg’s Grey Cup win isn’t that Chris Matthew will wear pants for the first time in 18 years, it’s that provincial boundaries could change as a result of a bet between Manitoba Premier Brian Pallister and Ontario Premier Doug Ford. Read More

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It’s your Cup, Winnipeg: O’Shea pays back Bombers fans for being made to feel welcome
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As they paraded through downtown on Tuesday, Grey Cup in tow, smiles as wide as a Canadian football field on their faces, members of the Winnipeg Blue Bombers looked out and saw upwards of 10,000 fans cheering them on. Read More

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Chair of Bombers’ board first woman with name on Grey Cup
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Not only did the Winnipeg Blue Bombers end the longest current championship drought in the CFL with their Grey Cup victory on Sunday. They also helped make history in the process. Read More

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Winnipeggers flood Portage and Main to celebrate end of championship drought
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It’s become the go-to spot for celebrations and Sunday night was no exception as revellers flooded Portage and Main to mark to end of the longest championship drought in the CFL. Read More

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HEROES’ WELCOME: Sea of long-suffering Blue and Gold fans greet Bombers home
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The Winnipeg Blue Bombers returned home on Monday afternoon as conquering heroes before a sea of Blue and Gold fans who turned out to welcome them in the arrivals area at Winnipeg Richardson International Airport. Read More

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Letters: November 26, 2019
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Out of control Read More

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