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Chad Williams was hit with a Taser before being shot by Winnipeg police, witness says
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Storm Raduenz said he watched Winnipeg police shoot Chad Williams in a vacant lot across the street from his Sherbrook Street apartment last Friday.

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Bombers release veteran linebacker Ian Wild
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The fallout from the Winnipeg Blue Bombers big signing of star linebacker Adam Bighill continued Thursday when the club released veteran linebacker Ian Wild. Wild played six seasons for the Bombers, recording 245 defensive tackles, 60 special teams tackles and eight sacks. Wild was released a week after the Bombers released veteran cornerback Chris Randle […]

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Jets fourth-liners come through in convincing road win over arch-rival Predators
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NASHVILLE — As mid-season wins go, this one held a little more significance than most. The Winnipeg Jets, on the road, put together one of their most complete performances of the season against their fiercest rival to skate away with an impressive 5-1 victory over the Nashville Predators. After a brief onslaught by the Preds […]

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The Lux Project: Digitizing the Hetherington Collection
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The Hetherington Collection contains about 450 near-Egyptian artifacts from ancient times and has been with the University of Winnipeg (U of W) for around 100 years.

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Screen-Based Activism
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We live in an age where our voices can be heard by the masses with just a few clicks of a button.

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Major drug bust across Greater Toronto Area has Kingston connection: police
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One of the houses raided, police say, was on Tremont Drive near Holden Street in Kingston’s west end.

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Suspect arrested, charged with murder in fatal Cache Creek shooting: police
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Corey Richard Harkness, 31, facing one count of murder; appeared Thursday in Kamloops court.

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Premier Notley says NDP MLA denies ordering staffer to break rules on political work
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Alberta Premier Rachel Notley says a member of her caucus who is being accused of directing a civil servant to do party work on government time maintains he didn’t do it.

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Pre-Alberta election government announcements raising questions over campaign
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The Alberta NDP has had seven announcement events since Monday, with more on the way.

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Man charged with attempted murder in North Delta stabbing
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Delta resident Benny Ibanez allegedly stabbed another man in an altercation on Monday.

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'I just did my happy dance:' RCMP getting civilian advisory board after years of turmoil
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The federal government is making major structural changes to the RCMP to strengthen civilian oversight and improve how the force handles harassment and bullying — changes that have been years in the making.

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53 guns taken in pair of thefts in rural Manitoba
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Manitoba RCMP are investigating the thefts of dozens of guns after two break and enters overt the past month. RCMP say 12 handguns were taken from a locked gun safe in a break and enter that was reported on Monday morning around 3 a.m. at a home in the RM of Springfield. Police say the […]

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Impaired driving caused nearly half of road deaths in Manitoba in 2018
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Impaired driving accounted for close to half of the deaths on Manitoba roadways last year, according to Manitoba Public Insurance. In total, 71 people were killed in auto-related crashes in 2018, with 42% of those deaths attributed to impaired (alcohol or drugs) driving. Speed was a contributing factor in 17% of 2018 deaths, while 28% […]

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BRODBECK: Climate adaptation, not carbon taxes should be focus of debate
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The Insurance Bureau of Canada wants to start a conversation about the effects of climate change that has nothing to do with charging Canadians a carbon tax. And it’s something we should start paying attention to. The IBC issued a release this week that highlighted the costs of climate change to insurers and taxpayers. Insured […]

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ALL ABOUT THE HOGS: Front five key for Nichols
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The return of the man who protects his blind side is great and all, but Blue Bombers quarterback Matt Nichols is still eyeing his O-line with unease. While tackle Stanley Bryant has signed a one-year contract extension, guard Sukh Chungh and centre Matthias Goossen are weeks away from becoming free agents. Not only excellent blockers, […]

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‘Be aware’ as dangerous cold descends on Winnipeg
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Staying situationally aware is what will help stave off the dangers the current deep freeze in Winnipeg has brought. Jason Shaw, assistant chief of emergency management with the Winnipeg Fire Paramedic Service, said the city’s citizens need to — not should — be aware of their surroundings when venturing out in extreme temperatures. “Be aware, […]

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OUT THERE: Have we reached peak tribute?
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The tribute, in this case, is to the birthday boy. An original member of local indie rockers Quinzy who still has strong roots in the music community here, guitarist/producer/music teacher Brian James is throwing himself a big 40th party at the West End Cultural Centre on Saturday with an Ode to Beck. A 10-plus piece […]

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Two women investigated for anti-Indigenous comments face mediation circle
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OPASKWAYAK CREE NATION, Canada — Two Manitoba women arrested over online comments that threatened violence against Indigenous people were asked to read what was written out loud to elders this week as part of a process to resolve the case. The two are taking part in a mediation circle instead of the court system. “There […]

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FRIESEN: Nichols high on Streveler, mum on Bo
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Matt Nichols stepped up to the podium on a day too cold for football, with cheeseburgers, hockey and Bo Levi Mitchell on his mind. The Blue Bombers quarterback is in town for some promotional appearances, including a Friday trip to Brandon to take in a Wheat Kings game. But first, a 24-minute Thursday Q and […]

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Tire Inflation?
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One of the tire is below the standard pressure, and I was driving around the gas stations nearby and failed to find an active air pump. ​ Is there a place I can pump the tire in the winter? Thank you all!!! submitted by /u/blinddickregist [link] [comments]

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3D printing in Winnipeg?
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Does anyone know of any businesses that offer 3d printing? I have a couple things that I need to get printed submitted by /u/Michael——— [link] [comments]

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Juror Duty Questions
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Just got a letter in the mail to be selected as a Juror in late-March. As much as I would like to defer from this, I don't exactly have a valid reason. Has anybody been selected before? What exactly am I expecting? Any details would be helpful. submitted by /u/khmeroldiez [link] [comments]

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Recently i was in Virginia and these signs are everywhere and not a single person begging for change. I think Winnipeg could use a few …
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ANALYSIS: A cabinet retreat with an eye to advancing support in a province critical to 2019 election
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The federal cabinet is meeting in Sherbrooke, Que., to bolster support in a province that will be critical for an election win in 2019, Ottawa Correspondent Abigail Bimman writes.

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New Netflix show inspiring Winnipeggers to clean up their clutter
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Hundreds of boxes are being unpacked at thrift stores across Winnipeg thanks to a new Netflix show that has inspired people to get rid of unused clothes clutter.

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Zimbabwe fuel protests end in violent police crackdown
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Three people died, dozens were shot or beaten and hundreds arrested during protests in Zimbabwe over a steep hike in the cost of fuel.

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Kidnapped Canadian found dead in Burkina Faso: security officials
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A Canadian kidnapped in Burkina Faso on Tuesday has been found dead, a spokesman for the security ministry told Reuters on Thursday.

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Oilpatch CEOs support Indigenous bid for Trans Mountain
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Some oilpatch CEOs are supporting a bid by Indigenous groups in Western Canada to purchase the Trans Mountain pipeline and the proposed expansion project.

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Maker of 'fun' toy bomb apologizes, halts sales following complaints
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The company behind a bomb-defusing game for children has offered an apology following complaints from parents that it’s inappropriate and insensitive. YULU also says it will stop shipping the item to North American markets.

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Winnipeg church struggles to cope as pastor convicted of arranging to meet minor for sex awaits sentencing
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A Winnipeg church is still struggling to cope after one of its prominent pastors was convicted of trying to arrange to have sex with a minor last summer.

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West End residents say they don't feel safe in own home after apparent violent episode of meth psychosis
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A woman and her 29-year-old son say they no longer feel safe in their own home after an injured man believed to be high on meth forced his way into their apartment and started attacking the son.

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Potential class-action lawsuit seeks millions for 'revictimized' residential school survivors
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A hearing date has been set for certification of a class action lawsuit representing thousands of residential school survivors who are seeking tens of millions of dollars in compensation.

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MD disciplined over treatment of patient
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A Swan River doctor has been censured by the College of Physicians and Surgeons of Manitoba for failing to respond adequately to the needs of a personal-care home patient while …

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Missing pilot found safe
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An Ashern-area pilot who went missing Sunday has been located and he’s safe and sound, RCMP said Thursday. The pilot, a 71-year-old man, flew north to a camp at Sisib Lake, …

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Century-old Masonic Temple nears heritage status
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The 123-year-old Masonic Temple building on Donald Street moved closer to formal heritage status Wednesday. City hall’s historical buildings committee endorsed the recommendation from the planning department to give the vacant …

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Impaired drivers the cause of 42 per cent of fatal accidents in Manitoba last year
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Drivers impaired by alcohol or drugs were responsible for nearly half of the fatalities on Manitoba’s highways in 2018, but Manitoba Public Insurance is unable to say if any involved …

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Public meetings put spotlight on St. Norbert bypass proposals
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The westerly option for the proposed highway bypass of St. Norbert would carve Rob Bourbonnais’s 40-acre property down to five to seven acres. The other two options farther east would ……

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Hamilton police arrest wanted man, find meth and fentanyl
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Police seized brass knuckles, a prohibited knife, methamphetamine, and purple fentanyl — which is a highly dangerous heroin/fentanyl combination — from the wanted man.

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