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CAA Campaign to Find Manitoba's 'Worst Roads'
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WINNIPEG — CAA Manitoba has launched its third annual Worst Roads campaign to find the worst stretches of infrastructure in the province. Nominations opened Tuesday, and while potholes come to mind first for most drivers, CAA says their campaign goes …

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Man Recovering After Being Struck by Car on Moray Street
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The accident happened in the 600 block of Moray Street near Saulteaux Crescent at around 8 a.m. Winnipeg police say a man driving a car was travelling northbound on Moray when he hit a man crossing the street heading east. Speed and how the vehicle …

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Juno Awards Gala to Be Streamed Live
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Juno Awards Saturday night's big Juno Awards gala at the RBC Convention Centre will be live-streamed for music fans across the country. Hosted by Jian Ghomeshi, the Juno Gala Dinner & Awards present 35 awards prior to the televised CTV broadcast on …

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Fatherhood means Ladd misses his first game since … – Winnipeg Sun
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DALLAS — Jets captain Andrew Ladd tonight will miss his first game since the team moved from Atlanta to Winnipeg nearly three years ago.

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Dancing goalie from Winnipeg goes viral on YouTube
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A video of the Winnipeg native, who plays hockey for the Columbus Cottonmouths, a professional hockey team based in Columbus, Georgia, has gone viral in YouTube.

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Newly renovated drop-in centre unveiled at Winnipeg's Siloam Mission
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Improvements officially unveiled Monday at Siloam Mission aim to take a major stress off the shoulders of Winnipeg's homeless — literally. That's because part of the work includes the addition of 200 secure storage lockers at the non-profit, giving …

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A big job for the new minister
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Joe Oliver had been a member of Parliament less than five years when Prime Minister Stephen Harper last week asked him to step into the place of retiring finance minister Jim Flaherty. After a career in investment banking and securities regulation, Mr. Oliver entered Parliament in 2011 as a kind

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No sign yet of weather to melt away winter blues
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Those tired of the cold and snow are not going to like the forecast for the next couple days. Environment Canada is calling for another day of below-normal temperatures for Winnipeg today, with a high of just -10 C expected. The northwest wind 20 km/h this morning will ease up as the day moves

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Navy: Sailor, civilian suspect killed in shooting in Virginia at world's largest naval base
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NORFOLK, Va. – Aboard a guided-missile destroyer docked at the world’s largest naval base, a sailor was fatally shot and security forces killed the lone suspect late Monday, according to the Navy. The suspect was a civilian who had access to be at Naval Station Norfolk, spokeswoman Terri David

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Feds eye sanctions for Russian man tied to Winnipeg company
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The federal government is contemplating sanctions against the director of a Russian company that owns the majority of Buhler Industries in Winnipeg.

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Sixties Scoop adoptees share emotional stories, seek apology
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Some aboriginal people who were adopted into white families during the so-called Sixties Scoop are calling for a formal apology from the federal government.

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Addict housing to disappear despite Manitoba judges' support
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A home designed to keep people off drugs and out of jail is about to close its doors as federal funding is set to expire on March 31.

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Gallery: New toboggan slides, warming shelter coming to St. Vital Park
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A city councillor is aiming for more Olympic gold medals with the installation of new toboggan slides and a warming shelter at St. Vital Park. Coun. Brian Mayes, along with Mayor Sam Katz and Jobs and Economy Minister Theresa Oswald, unveiled plans for …

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Winnipeg's Cindy Klassen heads to Jordan on humanitarian trip
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Winnipeg-based six-time Olympic medal winning speed skater Cindy Klassen is heading to Jordan this week to help deliver warm clothes and resources to Syrian refugees. Klassen will help distribute sweaters donated by Canadians and winter items like …

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Video: CAA's Worst Roads campaign kicks off with plenty of options in Winnipeg
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CAA Manitoba wants to hear about the province's most impassable streets. Whether it's crumbling infrastructure, pot holes, lack of safety for cyclists, lousy light synchronization or good old fashioned traffic congestion, CAA Manitoba wants to know …

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Man found dead in West End bus shelter
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Winnipeg police are investigating the death of a man found in a West End bus shelter early Tuesday. Police and emergency services were called to the shelter at the corner of Maryland Street and Sargent Avenue around 5:30 a.m. where the man was found …

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Winnipeg police randomly run into robbery suspect
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Police have a man in custody after officers randomly ran into the suspect wanted in connection to a gas bar robbery in the Mynarski area over the weekend. A lone male suspect made off with an undisclosed amount of cash after robbing a gas bar in the …

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Man found dead in bus shack on Maryland
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Winnipeg police confirm the body of an adult male was found in a bus shack on Maryland Street around 5:30 Tuesday morning. The man's identity has not been released. Winnipeg police continue to investigate and an autopsy is pending.

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GALLERY: Water main breaks bring Venice feel to Winnipeg
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Here are some of the photos they've gathered so far this month. Share your photos by emailing them to winnipeg@globalnews.ca. empress-clarion-march-3-2014-jeremy. Vehicles drive through water on Empress Street near Polo Park in Winnipeg on Monday …

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Selkirk-Interlake MP among 13 Canadians banned from Russia
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WINNIPEG — Selkirk-Interlake MP James Bezan is one of 13 Canadians barred from travelling to Russia in the latest tit-for-tat between the two countries. “I think all of us feel this is a badge of honour,” said Bezan. “Whatever Russia's trying to do …

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Car crashes, burns on Winnipeg front lawn
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Sponsored content is written by Global News' without any editorial influence by the sponsor. If you'd like to learn more… WINNIPEG – A car crash created a fiery spectacle in front of a home on Sgt. Tommy Prince Street near Aberdeen Avenue early Tuesday.

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Body found in West End Winnipeg bus shelter
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WINNIPEG – Police found a dead person in a bus shelter on Maryland Street at Sargent Avenue on Tuesday morning. Officers were called to check on the wellbeing of a person at the bus shelter at about 6 a.m.. The person – police won't say if it was a man …

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Province Commits $250M for Winnipeg Infrastructure
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Over the next five years, construction will focus on improving infrastructure in the city where it's needed most. “Winnipeggers have been clear that it's time to rebuild our roads and we are listening,” Mayor Sam Katz said near the Manitoba Legislative …

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'Night Light' to Open at MTYP This Week
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The award-winning drama “Night Light” is opening on Wednesday at the Manitoba Theatre for Young People. The play tells the story of six year-old Tara and her older brother Victor as they learn to overcome their everyday fears and anxieties. Playwright …

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Bisons Restructure Women's Hockey Roster for 2014-15
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WINNIPEG — The Manitoba Bisons women's hockey program has recruited nine players for the 2014-15 season, announcing a round of new additions to the roster of Monday. The recruiting class is the biggest change since head coach Jon Rempel has been …

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Congolese Gynecologist to Lecture at U of M
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He was awarded Manitoba's Order of the Buffalo Hunt on Monday, and today, Dr. Denis Mukwege will speak at the University of Manitoba. Mukwege is the founder and medical director of the Panzi Hospital in Bukavu, eastern Democratic Republic of Congo …

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Team Jeff Stoughton Announces Break Up
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Jeff Stoughton has announced that Team Stoughton will be no more after this curling season.  Jeff will join me live to discuss why he has decided to split up the team.  The Grey Cup is coming back to Winnipeg and Bob Irving will join me to set up the 2015 Grey Cup and what Winnipeg […]

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Concert Hall Fire Causes Damage In Basement
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Damage was estimated at 35-thousand dollars following a fire at the Concert Hall on Main street. Fire crews responded to the hall around 4:30pm Monday. The fire was in the air handling unit in the sub-basement of the structure. The cause is under investigation. There were no injuries.

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Vincent Massey And St. Paul’s are 4-A Provincial High School Basketball Champs
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2014 Milk “AAAA” Provincial High School Basketball Championship –Varsity Girls Final: Vincent Massey Trojans (Wpg) defeated Sisler Spartans 70-53 –ALLSTAR TEAM Jordan Tully (Oak Park Raiders),    Montana Kinzel (Linden Christian Wings),    Tiara Licsi (SislerSpartans),     Keylyn Filewich (Vincent Massey Trojans),   and   Kendra Klick-McMahon (Vincent Massey Trojans) –MVP and PLAYER’S CHOICE […]

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Stars Outshine Jets
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Winnipeg Jets went in to Dallas Monday night 4 points back of the Stars and 6 points back of the Phoenix Coyotes for the final wild card berth. After a hard fought 2-1 loss the Jets find themselves 6 back of Dallas and 7 points out of the playoffs. The game vs. the Stars was […]

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Winnipeg man on his own after city trees damage home
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A Winnipeg man says he’s on his own to fix extensive damage to his home caused by city-owned trees, as officials are claiming zero responsibility.

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Winnipeg shops struggle with frozen water pipes
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Hundreds of Winnipeg homeowners have been struggling with frozen pipes over the last few weeks, but local business owners are also trying to make do without running water.

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Winnipeggers tripped up by sidewalks covered with ice, snow
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Sidewalks covered in snow and ice in some parts of Winnipeg have people, especially those with mobility limitations, wondering where the sidewalk-clearing crews are.

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Ray Whitney, Tyler Seguin propel Stars past Jets
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Ray Whitney and Tyler Seguin scored power-play goals and the Dallas Stars held off the Winnipeg Jets 2-1 on Monday night.

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Families await today's final TSB report into Resolute plane crash
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The Transportation Safety Board will release its final report this morning into what caused the deadly crash of First Air flight 6560 in Resolute, Nunavut, two and a half years ago.

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Winnipeggers, how does licensing go if you do not want to enrole in Drivers Ed?
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Exact words from the MPI site To obtain your first driver's licence, you must be at least 16 years old, or 15-1/2 if enrolled in the High School Driver Education program. If you are not in Driver Education you should: Visit an Autopac agent with your identity documents and register as a Manitoba Public Insurance […]

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Personal Training in Winnipeg – Get FIT for Summer!
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Looking for Kittens to adopt
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So my family recently had to put down our family cat and we are looking to get 1 or 2 kittens. I know there are PLENTY of adult cats looking for good homes but in this case we are looking to start fresh with a pair of litter mates. Does anyone have any ideas on […]

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