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Letters: July 15, 2019
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Our young prime minister and our global affairs minister are both struggling to understand diplomacy is a business to be practised quietly, with discretion. Our government could have quietly approached our allies to seek their assistance and support on the matter of Canadian detainees in China. Our allies raised the matter with China, away from […]

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Vernon Cruise-in revs up at Polson Park
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Nearly 400 cars showed up for the annual car show.

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That's all, folks!
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The 46th edition of the Winnipeg Folk Festival came to a close under a sparsely clouded sky — a miracle given, only hours earlier, projected thunderstorms threatened to bring a …

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Country superstar ends folk fest with happy vibes
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The last time Texan country superstar Kacey Musgraves came to town it was 2014, when she rolled through Bell MTS Place twice in the span of just a few months …

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Fringe festival stokes love for theatre
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One of Raya Cornelsen’s favourite parts about volunteering at the Winnipeg Fringe Theatre Festival is hearing other people’s stories. “There are people who go to this festival with spreadsheets, who have …

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Music flows through Vernon for the fourth annual Classical Music Festival
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“When you are at a live concert nothing can compare to it because when you have recordings of the best performer it does not compare with sitting there and feeling it there is something else besides the vibrations.”

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Injured hiker airlifted in serious condition from Bridal Veil Falls Provincial Park
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It remains unclear how the hiker became injured, but the park includes some steep terrain, and can become very busy in the summer months.

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Canada’s air passenger ‘bill of rights’ comes into effect Monday. Here’s what it means for you
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The new regulations, the first phase of which take effect Monday, are already facing criticism from travellers’ advocates and from airlines.

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7 dead after monsoon rains cause building in India to collapse
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Building collapses are common in India during the June-September monsoon season, when heavy rains weaken the foundations of structures that are poorly constructed.

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China’s economic growth cools further amid ongoing tariff war with U.S.
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Trump and Chinese President Xi Jinping agreed last month to resume negotiations. But economists warn the truce is fragile because the two sides face the same array of disagreements that caused talks to break down in May.

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Goldeyes flattened by St. Paul
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The Winnipeg Goldeyes lost 12-1 to the St. Paul Saints in the rubber game of a three-game series at CHS Field on Sunday evening. Read More

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Art lessons for the summer?
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Hello! I’m looking for a place where I can take art lessons for the summer. I’d be interested in learning about colour theory, perspective and/or figure drawing (or just anatomy). Does anyone know of a place? submitted by /u/eli-uu [link] [comments]

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Delivery driver – Cell phone usage while driving
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Just curious here – I have a cell phone mount that holds my phone by my radio. If I touch the screen to say answer a call, or change a song, would I get pulled over for distracted driving? I'm a delivery driver and occasionally have to click answer a delivery call. Please note that […]

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Another incident at Calgary Stampede’s chuckwagon races Sunday
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Another horse was injured at the Calgary Stampede’s chuckwagon races on the final night just after 9 p.m. Sunday.

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EDITORIAL: Tax relief good for Manitoba families
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Manitobans got good news on the tax relief front when the province’s governing Progressive Conservatives promised that if elected they would drop the PST from insurance for people’s homes. Read More

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Seven-week motorcyle ride drives home message on murdered, missing
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After more than 50 days on the road and over 16,000 km covered, a group of Indigenous women officially completed a North American motorcycle tour to raise awareness for the murdered and missing. Read More

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Country-singing Nova Scotia tween headed to Dollywood for awards show
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Xuan Trzebiatowski is nominated for three awards at the Josie Music Awards, which are to be held in Tennessee in September: world artist, junior artist of the year and junior vocalist.

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Thousands of New York residents without power for hours after city-wide outage
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Electricity was restored to customers and businesses in midtown Manhattan and the Upper West Side by around midnight, according to a statement from the utility.

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The mysterious world of ‘numbers stations’ and why we should care: Alan Cross
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Pre-internet, shortwave radio was the way to communicate over long distances, and some of those communications continue today.

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Letters: July 14, 2019
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Rewarding failure Read More

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Abgrall seeks title: Southwood golfer off to U.S. Amateur
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Colwyn Abgrall figured it was time to push himself against a higher level of competition. Read More

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’Revel The Heart’ among slogans suggested for Manitoba’s 150th birthday
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Celebrations for Manitoba’s 150th birthday next year were almost given the slogans “Revel The Heart” and “Love Your Manitoba, Explore Someone Else’s.” Read More

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Police cruiser involved in North End crash
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Six people were taken to hospital including two officers after a Winnipeg Police cruiser collided with a van in the North End on Saturday evening. Read More

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Liberals promise to reorganize health care
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Manitoba’s Liberal Party has revealed its remediation plan for the health-care system, a plan the party says would slash bureaucracy and potentially preserve emergency rooms at Seven Oaks, Concordia, and ……

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Trying to save the earth (or we will all perish)
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Where are the best places in Winnipeg to purchase eco friendly products? Best places to buy local groceries? Places which are close to zero waste? submitted by /u/YWGwizard [link] [comments]

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Anyone notice that polo park gives you a headache or just me ?
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Every time I am at in polo park it drives me crazy and I get a bad headache especially in h and m anyone else ? submitted by /u/Umm-Wavy [link] [comments]

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Winnipeg’s Secret Code
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Anyone know a good estate lawyer?
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Having recently gotten married, the wife and I are looking to get our wills, powers of attorney, and advance care directives set up. Do any of you fine folks have a recommendation for a firm or lawyer we should talk to? Bonus points for one that's not going to charge us $2000 like the first […]

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19-year-old man dies in motorcycle crash in Moncton: RCMP
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A 19-year-old man from Fredericton area passed away on Sunday after his motorcycle collided with a vehicle in Moncton.

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Police, family concerned about well-being of missing 75-year-old Brampton man
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Police say 75-year-old Alber Marbena was last spotted around noon on Saturday, July 13 in the area of Saintsbury Crescent and Egypt Drive in Brampton.

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Hong Kong protesters clash with police and demand withdrawal of extradition bill
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Protests that began in opposition to a proposed extradition law have swelled to include complaints about an influx of mainland Chinese into Hong Kong and that local leaders are more responsive to the Beijing government than to the territory’s people.

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Calgary Police investigating ‘serious assault’ in city’s southeast
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Calgary Police responded to a serious assault on 44 Street and 4 Avenue S.E early Sunday morning.

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Some MPs are warning the parliamentary work load is going to kill someone
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OTTAWA — Some MPs are warning the high-stress, high-stakes environment of politics coupled with relentless work schedules and bouts of politically motivated marathon voting and debating sessions are one day going to kill someone. Read More

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Liberals unveil plan to improve health care access
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The Manitoba Liberal party has announced its plan to improve medical care access around the province. Read More

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Pot law scofflaws abound at Folk Fest
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If you ask Sam Nagler, cannabis legalization hasn’t changed one of Manitoba’s biggest music festivals one bit. Nagler, 63, has been volunteering at the Winnipeg Folk Festival since 1989 — so ……

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Two from Boiestown, N.B, killed in single-vehicle crash: RCMP
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There were three occupants in the vehicle. Two of the occupants passed away while the third was transported to the Fredericton hospital. 

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Police hunting for two suspects following double shooting in Mississauga
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When police arrived on the scene, they located two males suffering from gunshot wounds. Both victims were taken to hospital with non-life threatening injuries.

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Ontario should heed lessons of other provinces for new beer system: experts
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“The lack of detail suggests that they just have this principle of liberalizing but they haven’t got a vision of what kind of system they want,” says Dan Malleck, a beer expert and associate professor applied health sciences at Brock University.

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