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MGEU calls for review of correctional facilities after two guards attacked by inmates
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The Manitoba Government and General Employees’ Union is calling on the province to do a sweeping health and safety review of its correctional facilities, in the wake of guards being …

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Program to get more Métis into university
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The Manitoba Metis Federation has launched a new program aimed at getting more Métis students to graduate from university. The post-secondary education support program, which is the federation’s largest investment in …

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Arenas, pools face 'death spiral' under budget freeze: official
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City residents will “inevitably” lose some of their libraries, swimming pools and arenas if a budget freeze restricts maintenance to emergency repairs after the planning, property and development department proposed …

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A documentarian’s perspective
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For Winnipeg-based photographer – and former Uniter staff member – Mike Sudoma, his professional art and personal hobbies blend harmoniously as he enjoys street and concert photography, as well as skateboarding and playing guitar.

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Someone stole the extension cord off my car yesterday… who the fuck steals an extension cord?
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Car was plugged in overnight at my apartment in the Osborne area… There’s always cars being opened/broken into in this lot. I doubt it was another resident, but I didn’t think to mark it so I could check other plugs. Didn’t really think anyone would bother to steal something like a cord. Not even a […]

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Cost of digital copy of MRI & CT scan from HSC?
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Anyone know how much it costs to have a digital copy of an MRI and CT scan? I found the form to fill out to request this information ( http://www.hsc.mb.ca/files/PHIAReq.pdf ) . It notes that a fee may be charged, but I cannot find a schedule to indicate what the current fees are. ​ Thanks! […]

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Winnipeg Santa Claus Parade Taking Over Downtown | ChrisD.ca
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City mulls cutting garbage pickup to apartments, condos to meet budget demands | CBC News
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West final loaded with intriguing matchups
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They say football is the ultimate team sport, where no single player can take over a game without the support of those around him. Read More

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Cup-starved Bombers see the writing on the wall
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There’s a corridor outside the Blue Bombers locker-room that provides a daily reminder to players of what they’re striving for. Read More

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UBC urges exchange students to leave Hong Kong as violent protests continue
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UBC said 32 of the school’s students are currently attending four Hong Kong universities, some of which have been taken over by protesters this week. 

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OHL Roundup: Friday, November 15, 2019
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ERIE, Pa. – Connor Corcoran scored his second of the night 46 seconds into overtime, and the Windsor Spitfires earned at least a point in their ninth straight Ontario Hockey League game by beating the Erie Otters 7-6 on Friday.

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Protests in Bolivia against interim government leave 5 dead, dozens injured
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The families of the victims held a candlelight vigil near the place of the clashes.

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At the intersection of cash grab and safety
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The official line from City of Winnipeg officials and police is photo radar is making the streets safer. Their own data, however, show infractions continue to get worse. Red-light and speeding …

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Our sentry for a century
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Once upon a little over a century ago, it appears Manitoba’s most recognizable man was almost made a woman. “La figure pourrait représenter le succès ou le progrès de Manitoba ou …

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Civil liberties group vows to challenge more bail systems across the country
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The Canadian Civil Liberties Association has declared a Manitoba superior court decision one of the most important legal rulings on “dysfunctional” bail systems within the past decade. The CCLA has pledged ……

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Provincial court is working on 'systemic problems' in Thompson: Chief Judge
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The provincial court is working to deal with “systemic problems” that have plagued its northernmost court, but the system can’t change “on a dime,” a Manitoba chief judge says. “There is …

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4 charged following drug bust at Cobourg residence
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Police say officers seized cocaine and methamphetamine from a John Street residence while executing a search warrant on Thursday.

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Investigation reveals careless cooking cause of Manitoba triple-fatal fire
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PLUMAS, Man. — Investigators have determined that careless cooking caused a mobile home fire in a small western Manitoba community that killed two adults and a toddler. Read More

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Quebec secures land for Vaudreuil-Soulanges hospital site
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Construction is slated to begin in February 2022. The hospital is expected to be completed by 2026.

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Metro Vancouver transit strike: Here’s how your commute may be affected
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Here’s what you need to know about how your commute might be affected and what happens next.

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More Canadians renting for a decade or more before buying first home: CMHC survey
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Thirty-one per cent of new buyers said they rented for a decade or more before purchasing a house. That’s up from 22 per cent in 2018.

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B.C. RCMP facing financial shortfall of more than $10M, prompting cuts to some services
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“Our primary goal is for the communities in British Columbia where we serve, they wouldn’t see an impact,” said one RCMP spokesperson.

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HAL’S HEADLINES: Cuts, hikes or both?
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We’re going through a very public budget debate in Winnipeg right now. It’s out in the open this time around instead of behind closed doors like usual. So what’s that all about? Well, University of Winnipeg political scientist Aaron Moore says it’s quite simple really…we’ve run out of money. He believes we’ll see cuts in […]

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Property department budget shows more city jobs potentially at risk
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Winnipeg’s property and development department could reduce its staff level by 27 full-time positions over the next four years, if an early budget proposal is accepted. Read More

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Winnipeg’s Flood Peril Grows (1950)
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Water leaving orange film in bath tub
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I redid the bathroom in my house not to long ago and pretty much everything is white now. Because of this my wife and I have noticed a quick build up of orange film that builds up on our tub/shower surround. Before we redid the bathroom I only noticed this because an orange build up […]

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Premier's consultation claim on flood outlets questioned
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OTTAWA — Manitoba Premier Brian Pallister has staked out the Interlake flood outlets as a $1-billion legacy project, yet his government seems to be its own worst enemy in getting …

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Budget crunch may stop city from opening 24-7 safe centres
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City of Winnipeg officials continue to struggle with how to respond to community needs in the face of a budget cap imposed on departments by Mayor Brian Bowman and his …

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Accused says he found victim dead
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A man found hiding in an apartment where Mustafa Peyawary had been found slain hours earlier told a jury Thursday the victim had been killed before his arrival. Ahamed Ismail said …

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CRITIPEG: Goodhand ventures into deep waters
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With a stroke of a pen, a talented author can turn blank pages and scribbles of ink into works of art, creating new worlds, life situations and more. 

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‘There is something interesting about this city’
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Debuted at the Vancouver International Film Festival in September, Tapeworm arrives at Cinematheque on Nov. 14, and filmmakers Milos Mitrovic and Fabian Velasco, who are University of Winnipeg alumni, hint at the seriousness of their film.

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Writing while Black
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Diaspora Dialogues will host panels on Nov. 16 on being a Black writer in Canada. The Writing While Black in CanLit panel is a part of Tok Winnipeg, a free, two-day symposium in its second year.

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Fierce and warm
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The season of fluffy parkas and practical boots is here.

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Transforming transit
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When it comes to intercity transportation, labour organizer and host of Rank and File Radio – Prairies Emily Leedham says there’s “a culture shift that needs to happen, and that’s what we hope to accomplish with the (audio) documentary,” Still Waiting for the Bus: The Unnatural Death of Prairie Intercity Transit.

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Aurora Cannabis halts construction of 2 facilities in southern Alberta, Denmark to conserve cash
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Aurora Cannabis is halting construction of two production facilities in Medicine Hat, Alta. and in Denmark to save over $190 million, as part of a plan to strengthen its balance sheet.

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B.C. premier visits Vancouver Island road to discuss safety plan after fatal bus crash
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The Huu-ay-aht First Nation says it met with Premier John Horgan and government officials to discuss safety issues and potential road improvements.

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Kerfoot out indefinitely after surgery
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Toronto Maple Leafs centre Alexander Kerfoot is out indefinitely after undergoing surgery to repair facial dental fractures.

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