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Camper trailer fire sparks small grass fire near West Kelowna
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Several municipal fire departments along with BC Wildfire Service crews were dispatched to an area on Bear Creek Main Road around 9 p.m. on Thursday.

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Protesters demand Victoria city council drop proposed ban on horse-drawn carriages
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City council is set to continue debate on the motion next month, which would see horse-drawn carriages phased out by 2023.

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Province, police forces unveil public-safety priorities
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The Manitoba government will issue a request for proposals looking for a consultant to review its Police Services Act, a proposal outlined in last year’s throne speech. Former RCMP assistant commissioner …

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City hall notebook: Arlington bridge report, Transit facing shortfall
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A preliminary design study for the replacement of the Arlington Street bridge will be submitted Tuesday to the City of Winnipeg’s public works committee. Municipal engineers are seeking permission to reach …

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Three arrested in sex-abuse investigation at Garden Hill First Nation
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Superintendent Michael Koppang, Officer in Charge of Major Crime Services for the Manitoba RCMP, talks about an extensive eleven-month investigation on Garden Hill First Nation where seventeen children, both male and female, ranging in ages from 3 to 15 were identified as victims of sexual and/or physical abuse. Two men and a woman have been […]

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Scott Fielding, Chair of Treasury Board Tasked With Reviewing City of Winnipeg Development Practices, Once Worked For Qualico
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Suspect in Nairn Avenue standoff faces multiple charges, including arson | CBC News
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Saw this poster in Windsor Park. Help the owners find Sasha. If you find her or have more information, call the number on the poster.
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Portage Avenue East closing to eastbound traffic for next six weeks
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Winnipeg’s spray pads, wading pools, outdoor pools ready for the season
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Winnipeg’s outdoor recreational water features are set to open between Saturday and early July. Read More

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Three facing charges from 2018 wildfire near Little Grand Rapids
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Anyone with information about illegal activities is asked to call their local Manitoba Sustainable Development office or the Turn in Poachers (TIP) line at 1-800-782-0076. Read More

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HAL’S HEADLINES: Racism in Winnipeg, Mayor Bowman weighs in
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New polling this week shows almost half of Canadians think racism is a serious problem but the good news is that’s down over 20% from 1992. So I went to Mayor Brian Bowman for an update on racism in Winnipeg which as I’m sure you remember was called Canada’s most racist city not all that […]

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MACKAY: Manitoba can lay bare fed carbon tax unfairness
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Prime Minister Justin Trudeau’s carbon tax policy is arbitrary and unfair because it hammers some provinces while giving others a pass. Manitoba is right to fight it. Read More

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Police looking for witnesses to motorcycle crash
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Winnipeg police are looking for witnesses to a traffic accident involving a motorcycle on Thursday that has left one man in grave condition. Read More

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Some Canadians still believe harmful stereotypes about Muslims and Jews: poll
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Three in 10 Canadians believe Muslims follow Sharia law instead of Canadian law, a recent poll found.

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Esports take centre stage at University of Manitoba expo
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The Manitoba Esports Expo is a way to help build the existing esports community in the city, by inviting existing players and curious newcomers to experience an esports event live and in-person.

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GIESBRECHT: Australia’s election shock
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The right-leaning Australian Liberal Party won an election that “everyone” had predicted they would lose.  The Liberals (aided by coalition partner Nationals) had trailed their Labour Party rivals in the polls for the past six years. Australians expected that Labour would form the next federal government, but that didn’t happen. It seems voters didn’t buy Labour’s carbon taxes […]

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Pain management in elderly requires more than meds
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As a nurse, I have come across many patients over the years who believe pain is a “normal” part of growing older. But that belief doesn’t make it so. While it …

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Deja vu for McPhillips motorists: roadwork once again snarls traffic at underpass
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Hard hats, yellow vests and lane closures have come to McPhillips Street once again thanks to unexpected construction delays last summer that left city crews unable to finish scheduled reconstruction …

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Liberal caucus staff speak out against blood drives' LGBT* restrictions
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Staff members in the Manitoba Liberal caucus are speaking out against the Manitoba legislature’s practice of hosting blood drives, saying it discriminates against members of the LGBTQ* community who work ……

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Letters: May 24, 2019
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Rick Zamperin: Despite the legalization of marijuana, weed and the Olympics still don’t mix
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Athletes for Care, which lists more than 150 athletes as members such as boxer Mike Tyson and cyclist Floyd Landis, has released an open letter to the World Anti-Doping Agency, asking it to remove marijuana from its banned substance list.

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These Ontario police officers are using ayahuasca to treat their PTSD
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Even though ayahuasca is illegal in Canada, police officers are seeking out the substance as a last resort to treat their post-traumatic stress disorder.

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Gimli to hold its first Pride event
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Gimli is hosting its first Pride event May 24-26 with various events taking place, including the raising of a rainbow flag.

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Winnipeg Ukrainian church forgives statue vandals, seeks return of stolen head
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Parishioners and church leaders at Ukrainian Catholic Metropolitan Cathedral are hopeful the decapitated statue of St. Volodymyr will be restored.

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Theresa May to resign as U.K. prime minister on June 7
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Theresa May announced Friday that she will step down as U.K. Conservative Party leader on June 7.

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EDITORIAL: Red light cameras not making streets safer
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If the latest data from the Winnipeg Police Service on red light cameras isn’t grounds for city hall to rethink its entire photo enforcement program, we don’t know what is. Read More

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Police watchdog investigates Winnipeg car chase, crash
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A man is in hospital following a Thursday morning car chase, marking the second time this week the Independent Investigation Unit of Manitoba has been called to investigate an incident …

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'I was pretty shocked': Flin Flon woman attacked by group of children
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A Flin Flon woman says she plans to stay in Saskatoon for awhile despite being swarmed and beaten this week by a group of children in a public park. Cellphone video …

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Trio charged in alleged physical, sexual abuse of 17 children at Garden Hill FN
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For years, children at a Garden Hill First Nation foster home were allegedly subjected to sexual and physical abuse, a trail of harm that impacted at least 17 boys and …

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Councillors push for city to explore forest purchase
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The City of Winnipeg may soon be eyeing a $3.6-million, 62-acre plot of land that snakes along the east bank of the Seine River in south St. Vital, in hopes …

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No longer a game
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The esports phenomenon is having its public coming out party in Winnipeg this weekend with a cash prize tournament and small industry trade show at the University of Manitoba. While there …

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Crown wraps up case in Cleveland murder trial
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Crown prosecutors closed their case against accused killer Perez Adaryll Cleveland on Thursday, after six days of graphic testimony from four women, who spoke about years of physical, emotional and …

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Can a power-assisted bike/e-bike/electric scooter bike in the diamond lane?
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1) I can't seem to find anything related to diamond lanes in the Manitoba Highway Traffic Act. What is the official term for diamond lanes? 2) Secondly, according to the act power-assisted bike/e-bike/electric scooters are NOT considered a motor vehicle, so does that make them a bicycle in the eyes of the traffic act, allowing […]

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Looking for a reliable, interior painter.
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Bought a condo about 1000 sq feet with vaulted ceilings. Previous owner had questionable taste in paint colours. Any suggestions for a painter? Was told to stay away from college pro. Thanks. submitted by /u/Mikeoxsolittle [link] [comments]

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Insane Narin Ave Traffic
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Armed stand off on Narin. Avoid route if possible. Traffic is insaaaaaaane! submitted by /u/tummbili [link] [comments]

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What human rights are really about: the right to eat deep fried cheese whenever you want to. Moist Bless this city
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Plans for Don Valley Parkway closure moved one day later: City of Toronto
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The City of Toronto has delayed its Don Valley Parkway spring maintenance by one day due to weather. It is now scheduled to close Saturday at midnight until Monday at 5 a.m.

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