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Laine, Scheifele star as Jets edge Panthers
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SUNRISE, Fla. — Stand up if you knew Patrik Laine would be leading the Winnipeg Jets in assists at any point this season. Read More

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Letters: November 14, 2019
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Thanks, Grapes Read More

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Bombers’ Collaros has extra fuel for playoff tilt with Riders
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Zach Collaros looked at the media huddle gathered in a semi-circle outside the Blue Bombers’ locker-room on Wednesday and made a relatively easy read. Read More

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EDITORIAL: Make Remembrance Day a national holiday
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If you know anyone from Ontario, that means you know someone who had a regular work or school day on Monday when the majority of Canada had a day off — as it should be — to recognize Remembrance Day. Read More

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Most city park space in good condition: report
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About 12% of Winnipeg’s parks and open spaces are in poor or very poor condition, according to a new city report. Read More

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Winnipeg considers housing development near airport
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An effort to clear the way for residential development closer to Winnipeg’s airport will move a step forward, even though some fear homes won’t mesh with the airport’s 24/7 operations. Read More

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Calgary man pleads guilty in hit-and-run death of Manitoba teenager
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A Calgary man who admitted to police he used methamphetamine the same day he struck and killed a teenager in a hit-and-run collision just north of Winnipeg has pleaded guilty to charges that include impaired driving causing death. Read More

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Defenceman Luca Sbisa finds his peaceful place with Jets
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SUNRISE, Fla. — A few years ago, if you would have asked Luca Sbisa about the art of meditating and the benefits it brings, he would have responded with something along the lines of, ‘What kind of question are you even asking me right now?’ Read More

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Manitoba commits $4.9M for at-risk youth programs
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The province of Manitoba has committed $4.9 million to over three years to at-risk and sexually exploited youth. Read More

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Police seize cache of high-powered firearms, ammo capable of piercing officers’ vests
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Winnipeg Police showed off a cache of firearms seized over the weekend which has the police concerned about the safety of their officers. Read More

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City budget will force police job losses: Chief
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Winnipeg Police Service Chief Danny Smyth says he’d need to cut police officer and police cadet positions to meet the city’s latest budget target, a change he doesn’t actually support. Read More

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Violent end to Remembrance Day for police
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Winnipeg Police had a violent end to Remembrance Day with police vehicles being rammed in three separate incidents on Monday evening including one where an officer discharged a firearm. Read More

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Bombers look like they did early in season when they were Grey Cup favourites
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Despite a season of ups and downs, on- and off-field turmoil and a late fall from the top of the rankings, the Winnipeg Blue Bombers appear to be just the kind of playoff team we thought they’d be four months ago. Read More

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Little-known goalie stars as Avalanche blank Jets
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You’d have been hard-pressed to find a single soul in Winnipeg who knew of a 22-year-old Swede named Adam Werner heading into Tuesday night’s NHL action. Read More

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‘Sad’ day all around as Jets react to Cherry’s firing
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Winnipeg Jets forward Adam Lowry said the comments expressed by Don Cherry over the weekend have no place in hockey. Read More

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Changes near Brady Road being made to enhance safety, says province
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The province has introduced new safety measures to make the south Perimeter Road near the Brady Road Landfill safer while it works on a more permanent solution. Read More

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Veterans, Winnipeggers pause to reflect on Remembrance Day
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As Winnipeggers paused in silence to mark Remembrance Day on Monday, veterans of past wars marked the day by remembering fallen comrades and experiences they carry with them for the rest of their lives. Read More

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Winnipeg youngster get ultimate fan experience from Air Canada, Jets
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Drayton Perreault will have quite a story to tell when he goes back to school on Tuesday morning after the 10-year-old Winnipegger was the special guest of Air Canada and the Winnipeg Jets at Friday’s Jets game against the Vancouver Canucks. Read More

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Gameday: Avalanche at Jets
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Tuesday, 7 p.m., BellMTS Place; TV: TSN3; Radio: TSN 1290 Read More

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BILLECK: Jets fight back to dump Stars in overtime
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Down by four, up by a couple or tied and heading into overtime — the Winnipeg Jets feel they have confidence in all situations against all comers now 18 games into the 2019-20 season. Read More

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FRIESEN: Streveler slingshots Bombers past CFL’s Goliath
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CALGARY — He really was the Winnipeg Blue Bombers’ secret weapon. Read More

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TALE OF THE TAPE: The story in stats to set up Bombers-Stamps West semifinal showdown
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A look at the West semifinal between the Winnipeg Blue Bombers and Calgary Stampeders by the numbers Read More

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BOMBSHELLS: Janarion Grant just loves playing against the Stamps
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A kick return can change a game in the blink of an eye, and both teams have potential game-breakers in Sunday’s CFL West semifinal. Read More

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EDITORIAL: What we honour on Remembrance Day
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One of the most important things we must do on Remembrance Day, this Monday, is to teach our children that the purpose of remembrance is not to glorify war. Read More

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What’s open, closed on Remembrance Day
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What’s open and closed on Remembrance Day: Read More

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Young homicide victim named honorary constable
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At a wake service Friday night, a three-year-old who was brutally stabbed to death last week – and wanted “to catch bad guys” when he grew up – was made an honorary constable with the Winnipeg Police Service. Read More

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ALDRICH: Local veteran gives back for help received
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Warrant Officer CJ Butcher spent 17 years making sure soldiers had an operating lifeline, now he is making sure youth and veterans are set for success on and off the ice. Read More

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BOMBSHELLS: Snow and cold expected for playoff battle between evenly matched Bombers and Stampeders
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CALGARY — With snowy and frigid weather in the forecast for Sunday’s West semifinal, you might think the conditions will be a great equalizer. Read More

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ALDRICH: We’re not the worst for violent crime, it just feels that way
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Winnipeg is currently in the midst of a violent nightmare, experiencing a historically bad month for the city. Read More

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BOMBSHELLS: QB Collaros has been working overtime to get ready for playoff start with Bombers
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As he gets ready to lead the Winnipeg Blue Bombers into the playoffs despite having palyed only one game with the team, quarterback Zach Collaros is starting to feel quite comfortable with the offence. Read More

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Drugs likely snuck into jail in Kinder eggs after inmate’s doctor’s visit: judge
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A Manitoba judge says an inmate who died of a morphine overdose probably got the drug from two other prisoners who snuck it into the jail in hollow chocolate Kinder eggs. Read More

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Mayor, PM discuss Winnipeg’s recent violent outbreak
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Mayor Brian Bowman and Prime Minister Justin Trudeau have now discussed the spate of violent crime plaguing Winnipeg. Read More

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HAL’S HEADLINES: Meth madness, new doc shocks
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Local paramedic turned filmmaker Rodney Bodner is out with a new documentary called Methamphetamine: Community Under Seige. I watched the doc and it really opens your eyes to what this terrible drug does to the people addicted to it. Bodner believes his film tells the human part of this story which often isn’t told. I […]

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Pallister says Canada can unite on climate action if partisan politics set aside
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Giving clear indications that he’s prepared to broker a truce between the federal Liberals and his more disgruntled Prairie counterparts, Manitoba Premier Brian Pallister said he offered strategies to the prime minister Friday for uniting the country. Read More

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Jets’ Heinola elects to return to Finland
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One of the Winnipeg Jets’ brightest young prospects will spend the rest of this season in Finland. Read More

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OUT THERE: One More Encore: Winnipeg Crankie Festival’s creator honoured after passing away
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Months after taking his final bow, Mitch Podolak is, in essence, the headliner of the second annual Winnipeg Crankie Festival. Read More

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Jets’ turn to Wheeler to fill centre hole once again
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The request came via text from the head coach of the Winnipeg Jets during the team’s off-day on Wednesday. Read More

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Province commits $600,000 to Legion coffers
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An increase in VLT shares will mean about $600,000 to Royal Canadian Legions in Manitoba. Read More

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