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Pedestrian dead following Friday night collision: Regina police
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Regina police say a man died after being struck by a vehicle on Friday night.

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Man, 36, charged with attempted murder after Brampton stabbing: police
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Police said they were called to a residence in the area of Airport Road and Braydon Boulevard in Brampton at 11:56 p.m. Friday.

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If you want to do something about the proposed cuts to Winnipeg Transit…
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Pay attention while cooking, Winnipeg firefighters warn, after food fire leaves 1 in hospital
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Firefighters put out a cooking fire in a Corydon Avenue apartment complex Friday evening.

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From Luv-A-Fair to Richard’s on Richards, a look back at Vancouver’s lost nightclubs
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A new book, “Vancouver After Dark: The Wild History of a City’s Nightlife,” chronicles a time when live music clubs were all over the city.

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Man shot dead in Dufferin Avenue home in Winnipeg’s record-tying 41st homicide
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Winnipeg police are looking for answers after a shooting in a Dufferin Avenue home left a man dead in the city’s latest slaying.

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Letters: November 16, 2019
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Ticket to ride Read More

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CFL WEST FINAL: Rejuvenated Bombers have sights set on upset in Saskatchewan
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TED WYMAN’S BOMBERS AT ROUGHRIDERS GAME DAY Read More

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Negligence may have led to fatal overdose
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BRANDON — Criminal negligence may have led to the death of Christine Mitchell, a 30-year-old woman who overdosed in the home of Brandon’s city manager in July, according to new …

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Traffic will face detours, delays as Santa makes annual appearance downtown
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Santa Claus makes his annual appearance in downtown Winnipeg and that mean there will be some traffic disruptions on Saturday. Read More

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Red Nose ready to kick off another season of safe rides home
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If you’ve had few and your nose is the colour of Rudolph’s this holiday season, Safety Services Manitoba and Manitoba Public Insurance would like you to make a call rather than get behind the wheel as the 2019 Operation Red Nose prepares for operations. Read More

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Video message from Harris brings happy final days for Bombers’ fan
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REGINA — Pat Young and Doug McAree often talked about football and played up a friendly rivalry. Read More

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Lives on the line: Canada’s stem cell registry lacks ethnic diversity in donor pool
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It’s no wonder five-year-old Tanner McLeod is infatuated with superheroes, considering he’s looking for a hero of his own. Read More

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Winnipeg’s 41st homicide victim ID’d
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In a wave a violence unlike any other witnessed in Winnipeg, police have identified the city’s 41st homicide victim as Dustin Cree Baker. Read More

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Riddle me this
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In preparing for this week’s cover feature about development in downtown Winnipeg, we in the editorial staff of The Uniter found ourselves asking, “What is downtown?” 

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Police on scene of barricaded person call in Dartmouth
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Traffic is being diverted from the area and police are asking the public to avoid the area.

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Multiple cars catch fire in south Edmonton parkade
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Several vehicles caught fire in an incident at an apartment parkade in south Edmonton on Saturday night, prompting an evacuation of a building’s residents.

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24 Hours of Heroes event raises funds for veterans, first responders with PTSD
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Participants perform one CrossFit-style workout every hour on the hour for 24 hours straight.

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Missing Winnipeg man believed to be in Calgary: Alberta RCMP
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RCMP in Alberta are on the lookout for a missing Winnipegger believed to be in Calgary. Michael Elendu, 18, was reported missing on Thursday.

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Toronto Santa Claus Parade changes route, numerous road closures to be put in place
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People heading downtown to watch the parade are being encouraged to use public transit. 

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SMD program helps adults get out and about, socialize
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Jessica Millar loves to cook. Macaroni and cheese is one of her specialties. When she wants to try something new, Jessica attends the supper club that the Society for Manitobans with …

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Rusty retired from the hospital today!
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Deficit of debate Debt reduction not always the correct course of action
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This article ran in the free press a while ago. This one's for all of those who think the NDP tossed us into economic downturn. https://www.winnipegfreepress.com/arts-and-life/entertainment/books/deficit-of-debate-561601242.html submitted by /u/OldJiko [link] [comments]

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Stolen off of Twitter
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Flint Firebirds halt London Knights five-game winning streak
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The Flint Firebirds handed the London Knights their first regulation loss in nearly a month on Friday night.

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Zebra mussel larvae found in Lake of the Woods
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KENORA — Zebra mussel larvae have been found along the U.S. shore of Lake of the Woods. Minnesota’s Department of Natural Resources (DNR) announced its findings on Nov. 8. Read More

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Somerset Building owner opposes heritage designation
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Six Winnipeg buildings are up for potential preservation next week when their nominations are set to go before the historical buildings and resources committee. One of the nominations — the Somerset …

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Province unfairly plays wait, see with youth advocate
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When it comes to the welfare of Manitoba children and youth, just about everyone agrees the main goal is to ensure “no one falls through the cracks” of a system …

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In good taste
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It’s a few minutes past 7 p.m. on the last Wednesday of the month and Mark Kaufmann, president and founder of the Winnipeg Whisky Club, a nine-month-old organization devoted to …

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Police brass have to face fiscal facts; capping budget reasonable, necessary
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There are a few things taxpayers should know when assessing the city’s decision to cap police spending at two per cent a year. To say the Winnipeg Police Service has been …

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5.5 years for Winnipeg drug house slaying
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A Moose Lake First Nation man has been sentenced to 5 1/2 years in prison for his part in a violent 2017 raid on a Winnipeg drug house that ended …

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Mayor calls for councillors' leadership in standoff with police over pension changes
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Mayor Brian Bowman and city councillors will be crossing the thin blue line next week when they decide whether to unilaterally change the pensions of Winnipeg police officers. Bowman, after speaking …

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Winnipeg may amalgamate underused community centres: Lukes
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The city could defer efforts to maintain its buildings, with a new goal to solely provide critical repairs as needed, if one budget proposal pans out. Read More

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Obama to Democratic hopefuls: don’t veer too far left
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Immigration and health care are two issues he cited as cases where Democratic candidates are out of sync with public sentiment.

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Contractor feels harassed by city while trying to ‘do the right things’
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Patrick Allard sees a future for the St. John’s neighbourhood that does not involve tearing down houses or becoming a slumlord, however, he says bylaw officials are proving to be a discouraging force in his efforts. Read More

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Union calls for review of safety procedures in jails after pair of attacks on officers
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The union governing correctional officers at provincial jails is calling on the province to address a number of safety issues at the institutions following two separate attacks on guards this past week. Read More

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Game Day: Jets at Lightning
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Saturday, 3 p.m., Amalie Arena; Read More

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Jets’ resident lifelong learner Andrew Copp has earned increased role
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TAMPA, Fla. — If Andrew Copp was to ever build himself a house, he might leave the roof off the building plans. Read More

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