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VIDEO: Assiniboine Park Zoo Releases Monarch Butterflies
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Monarch Butterfly A monarch butterfly attempts to rest on a child's hand and drink up sugar water at Assiniboine Park Zoo on Wednesday, August 26, 2015. (CHRISD.CA). WINNIPEG — Children were aflutter at Assiniboine Park Zoo on Wednesday at the sight …

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Letters: April 6, 2019
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Alberta stands ready On Power & Politics Manitoba Premier Brian Pallister was explaining Manitoba’s reasons for taking the federal government to court over their imposition of a price on pollution (a.k.a. carbon tax) on the province. His frustration was palatable. The vast majority of Albertans share this frustration and in less than two weeks you […]

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Eadie cleared, to remain on police board
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Coun. Ross Eadie (Mynarski) remains a member of the city’s police board after spending a night in the drunk tank.

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Manitoba brewers frothing over lack of government support
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It’s been a year and a half in the making but the first few pints of Torque Brewing Co. beer are being poured into glasses across Winnipeg this week, despite not having access to a provincial loan program that was announced in January.

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A bridge to community
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Recently widowed and new to Winnipeg, Carolyn Douglas had never played a hand of bridge until a friend suggested she take up the card game to meet people. A decade later, …

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This guy looks like he came straight out of Mad Max!
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Blessed Nygard
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Time for the Ice-breaker
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The Winnipeg Ice kick off their first season on Friday in Brandon, ending a 35-year run without a Western Hockey League team in the city. Read More

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Manitoba plans crackdown on misleading ads for phone, Internet, other services
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WINNIPEG — The Manitoba government is proposing a law that would ban misleading advertising about Internet, telephone, cable TV and other services. The Consumer Protection Amendment Act, introduced in the legislature Thursday, would require …

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Cyst back of earlobe
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Hey so I have a huge cyst on the back of my ear lobe. Where do I go to get this thing lanced? submitted by /u/cystearlobe [link] [comments]

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Princesses for a day
                            
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More than 100 little princesses saw their royal wish come true Sunday.

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Postmedia Lays Off Staff, Including Top Editors at Edmonton Journal
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TORONTO – Postmedia has let go of the top two editors at the Edmonton Journal as part of a round of layoffs Tuesday. National Post columnist Chris Selley said on his Twitter feed that approximately 90 jobs were cut. Stephanie Coombs announced on …

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Man accused of forging credentials as physiotherapist in …
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Winnipeg police say a man forged credentials to work as a physiotherapist in a hospital.

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Police investigating after newborn baby found dead in back yard of Regina home
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REGINA – Police are investigating after a newborn baby was found dead in a back yard of a home in north-central Regina. Regina police say the remains of a male infant was found on Nov. 7 around 3:30 p.m.. They say it appeared the baby was a newborn.

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Kingston’s Spirit of Sir John. A locomotive vandalized
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The locomotive, which is over 100 years old, was defaced with blue spray paint over the weekend.

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Winnipeg Blue Bombers surpass 21000 season tickets
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The Winnipeg Blue Bombers have announced they have sold more than 21,000 season tickets for the 2015 season. As the Bombers prepare to take on the Hamilton Tiger Cats in their home opener Thursday night the team said they are sitting at 21,337 …

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Travel vaccinations delayed as nurses upgrade training
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Preparing for a family reunion in Mexico, Glenn Ismond decided to call the specialized travel clinic run by the Winnipeg Regional Health Authority to get any vaccinations he needed. Turns out …

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Tax collection akin to money laundering: lawyer
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Manitoba lawyer Brian Langford doesn’t dispute he failed to pay nearly $100,000 in income taxes, but is arguing in court he shouldn’t have to pay the federal government a cent, likening its tax collection practices to “money laundering.”

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Jets Blow Lead, Remain Winless In Pre Season
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The Winnipeg Jets allowed a 3-0 lead to slip away with just over 7 minutes remaining and wound up losing 4-3 in overtime to the Edmonton Oilers on Friday night at MTS Centre. JC Lipon on a beautiful setup from Chase De Leo, Ben Chiarot with a wrist shot from the blue line for his […]

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Winnipeg police searching for suspect after 5 teens sprayed with pepper spray at Kelvin High School
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Any recommendations for seafood buffet (crabs,shrimps,snowcrabs) within the city? Thanks!
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Im not sure if there is seafood buffet nearby.. submitted by blanketblu [link] [1 comment]

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Al Arbour, who coached 1980s Islanders to four Stanley Cups, dies at 82
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Legendary New York Islanders coach Al Arbour has died at the age of 82. The Islanders confirmed Arbour's death Friday in a statement. The Sudbury, Ont., native coached the Islanders to four straight Stanley Cups during their dynasty in the 1980s. His …

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A cold blanket of winter weather on the way to wallop Manitoba
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Shopping for windshield ice scrapers, anti-freeze and shovels was a popular task on Winnipeggers to-do lists Wednesday afternoon. "You live in Winnipeg, you know it's coming, you know what you have to do," said Alex Buchkan, who was preparing his …

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Cutting interest on Man. student loans will save average student $1600: province
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The Selinger government says it's following through with a pledge to eliminate interest on Manitoba student loans. The province says it could save a typical student $1,600 over the lifetime of the loan. More than 27,000 students could benefit from the …

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PHOTOS: Motorcycle Ride for Dad Sets New Record
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The Manitoba Motorcycle Ride for Dad in Winnipeg on Saturday, May 24, 2014. (TED GRANT / CHRISD.CA). Manitoba Motorcycle Ride for Dad. A rider holds up a special message during the Manitoba Motorcycle Ride for Dad on Saturday. (TED GRANT …

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International students boost universities' bottom line
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Universities and colleges across Canada are increasingly relying on international students — who pay higher tuition fees than Canadian students — to boost their revenue, recent data shows. In Manitoba in …

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First Nations photographer focuses on thriving indigenous community
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Ojibwe photographer Nadya Kwandibens relentlessly criss-crosses this country, camera in hand, with the aim of promoting a positive image of indigenous people. The results are stunning portraits brimming with character.

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Court expected to sentence former archbishop convicted of sexual assault
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A former archbishop is expected to find out Wednesday whether he'll receive jail time or a conditional sentence. Earlier this year a judge convicted Seraphim Storheim of sexually assaulting an altar boy who lived with him in 1985. Storheim was an …

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Canadians from west Africa face stigma here while they fear for family back home
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WINNIPEG — The Ebola virus may not have crossed Canada's border, but the epidemic sweeping parts of West Africa is taking a toll on many Canadians. Those with parents, brothers, sisters and cousins in Liberia, Sierra Leone and Guinea say they are …

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AT THE BRIER: Team Jacobs looking calm and cool under new coach Adam Kingsbury
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BRANDON, Man. — There was something noticeably different about Brad Jacobs and his Northern Ontario team on the opening day of the Tim Horton’s Brier Saturday. Jacobs and his teammates were their usual precise selves in making a strong opening statement with a 10-2 thumping of Team Wild Card (Brendan Bottcher) in the first draw […]

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Sunny weather and some relief from rain in the forecast
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Those concerned with the rising waters west of Winnipeg and those planning to enjoy a little folk music at Birds Hill Park are probably in agreement: the forecast looks pretty good. Environment Canada is calling for nothing but sunshine and warm temperatures around the capital region in the

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Election on BRT: Steeves has no plan, Wasylycia-Leis no way to pay
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Judy Wasylycia-Leis and Gord Steeves continue to sling mud over how their bus rapid transit plan is better than their opponent’s, but neither seems fully equipped to explain why.

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Grand chief's accusers receive legal threat
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The couple who accused Manitoba’s top Indigenous leader of sending inappropriate text messages say they received a legal threat, warning them to stop talking about the issue. In a letter obtained …

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Main Street marijuana dispensary raided by police
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Winnipeg police raided Your Medical Cannabis Headquarters on Main Street on Tuesday. At least two people were taken into custody, with one of those reportedly being store owner Glenn Price. In a release, officers said they responded around 11 a.m. on …

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One male in custody after stabbing near Elmwood High School sent teen to …
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Police said they have one male in custody after a stabbing near Elmwood High School sent one teenager to hospital. Multiple police units were called to the scene on Wednesday afternoon. One teenage boy was rushed to hospital. Winnipeg police say he …

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Trump says Puerto Rico death toll went up ‘like magic’
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The U.S. president expressed disbelief on Twitter on how the Puerto Rico death toll rose so quickly to 3,000 deaths in the aftermath of Hurricane Maria.

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Has anyone been watching CBC’s "Burden of Truth"? This season takes place in Winnipeg!
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It's actually a pretty good show, I've been enjoying it. Season 1 was mostly filmed in Selkirk (and taking place in the fictional Manitoban town, 'Millwood'), but Season 2 is taking place mostly in Winnipeg. They've been using a TON of recognizable locations, and making the city look really good. Looks like they're even having […]

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Second-Hand Bike Purchase
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I'm looking at buying a bike (ideally one that's not previously stolen?) and I was looking at getting one from The WRENCH or The Bike Dump. Has anyone had any experience buying from them, or have any insight about their selection/quality of bike? Any insight would be appreciated!! submitted by /u/wildfire37 [link] […]

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