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Bombers take on Stampeders in last preseason game
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Coming off a close 24-22 loss against the Toronto Argonauts last week, the Winnipeg Blue Bombers are in Calgary tonight taking on the Stampeders. It's their second and final game of the preseason. Now, just because the games don't count, coach O'Shea …

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Woman claims driveway scammer targeted her
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A Winnipeg man has been convicted of multiple counts of defrauding seniors. Now, an elderly woman who claims she was victimized by the same man is still waiting for justice to be done. Midge Bergman enjoys spending summer days sitting in front of her …

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World Cup Dividing the World, Not Uniting: Currie
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It's the middle of June and people are still paying big money to watch hockey in places like Texas and Los Angeles. In Brazil meanwhile, not all the seats have sold for the FIFA World Cup which will be lighting up TV screens around the world for the …

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Clara Hughes reaches Winnipeg during cross-country ride for mental health
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Six-time Olympic medallist Clara Hughes cycled into her hometown of Winnipeg today as part of her journey cycling across the country to raise funds and awareness about mental health.

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Iraqi-Canadians fear for loved ones back home following attacks
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Much of the Iraqi-Canadian community in Winnipeg is watching the news of Islamist militants over-running major Iraqi cities makes headlines.

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Globe Theatre Winnipeg – Where to Now? – Observations …
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There was alarm about downtown Winnipeg in the 1980s to be certain but there were three malls built from 1979 to 1987 in the area including Winnipeg Square, Eaton Place to Portage Place. The problem was there was even …

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Day Sail with the Navy aboard HMCS Winnipeg | Honour …
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Possibly the best day ever aboard the HMCS Winnipeg with Rear Admiral Truelove. Emergency manoeuvres, helicopters, hovercraft and weapons. Lots of weapons. Thank you to the brave men and women of our Navy who …

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City Way Over Snow Clearing Budget Again
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The City of Winnipeg says it went way over its snow clearing budget this winter. This year’s awful winter – and all the snow – cost about $40.6 million to clean up. Fixing and thawing frozen pipes also proved costly, to the tune of $3.5 million. The snow clearing budget is supposed to be more […]

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Pick up service
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Is there a service that you can call that will pick you up and drive you home with your own vehicle? i know there is around Christmas time, but it's there one that works all year round? submitted by sam_3435 [link] [1 comment]

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Huge swaths of farmland too soggy to plant
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As many as one million acres of cropland — about 10 per cent of the in Manitoba — may go unplanted this year due to cool, wet weather and overland flooding. As of Monday, only 85 per cent of the provincial crop acreage had been seeded, the provincial Agriculture Department reported. Normally,

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Human flag festivities get new home
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The Downtown Winnipeg BIZ announced the new backdrop for its record-breaking human flag festivities on Canada Day. The new home for the living flag will be at the Canadian Museum for Human Rights. Participants are asked to go to the Scotiabank stage at The Forks at 9 a.m on July 1 to get in on

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Judge orders man to pay back seniors targeted in driveway scam
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A judge ordered a 49-year-old Winnipeg man pay back 10 seniors he overcharged for driveway repairs. Barry Wayne Martin Scully was found guilty of multiple fraud charges. Consumer protection officers say Scully went door-to-door, targeting elderly …

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River East Park renamed after Olympic champion Officer
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Olympic gold medalist Jill Officer has left her mark on Winnipeg's sporting community. Now, the champion curler will leave a mark on the city itself. The City of Winnipeg has renamed the former River East Park after Officer, who played third on …

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St. Andrews Airport celebrates 50 years of flight
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The St. Andrews Airport is celebrating its golden anniversary this weekend. The airport built in 1964 is turning 50 years old. Kids got the chance to climb inside cockpits, try a machine that simulates flying, tour the air traffic control tower and …

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Former youth leader arrested in sex assaults
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A former volunteer city youth leader faces charges he groped women and girls in a spree of seemingly random broad-daylight assaults in east Winnipeg earlier this week. Police said Friday they’d arrested a 23-year-old suspect in connection with six recent sexual assaults. They disclosed details

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Spinning their wheels on safety
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A member of the event-day advisory committee at Investors Group Field said the death of a Winnipeg Blue Bombers fan on Tuesday was tragic but not surprising. Janice Lukes, the active-transportation representative on EDAC and a longtime cycling advocate, said with so many other issues to deal

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Chance encounter with cougar in Manitoba
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Canada received a surprise visitor from the United States in mid-May, but the four-legged visitor probably won’t find what he’s looking for in Manitoba. A cougar, likely a young male on the prowl for a mate, was spotted by a Manitoba man just off a trail 10 kilometres southwest of

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Fear and loathing over mailboxes
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Ross Eadie is delivering a message to Canada Post — and it’s not going to like it. The Winnipeg city councillor (Mynarski) is fuming over the corporation’s ongoing metamorphosis of shedding residential mail delivery, with the latest territory in the R2R and R2X postal codes in the city’s

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Winnipeg set for a rainy weekend
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It’s going to be a wet weekend, whether Winnipeg wants it or not. Saturday morning will bring a 30 per cent of showers, and by afternoon those showers are almost a certainty, according to Environment Canada. The high will be 17 C, with the wind at 35 km/h. Sunday promises to be just as…

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Investigative journalism conference brings hundreds to Winnipeg
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Veteran U.S. reporter Carl Bernstein, best known for uncovering the Watergate scandal, is among the hundreds of journalists, academics and advocates gathering in Winnipeg for an investigative journalism conference this weekend.

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Winnipeg weekend weather swings from warm rays to pouring rain
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Get out the sunscreen and shades today but have the umbrellas and rubber boots ready for the weekend.

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Man arrested for flying motorized glider in Winnipeg
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A 34-year-old man has been charged with dangerous operation of an aircraft after allegedly flying a motorized glider within Winnipeg city limits.

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Maintenance issues keep Winnipeg pools closed
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Globalnews.ca · @globalnews. RT @globalwinnipeg: Jean Chretien receives honorary degree from University of Winnipeg globalnews.ca/news/1392618/j… 26 minutes ago. @globalnews. Globalnews.ca · @globalnews. Here's a look at the mansion in Texas …

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WHL to adopt NHL-style playoffs
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The Western Hockey League Board of Governors has approved a new playoff format. The WHL will model its post-season after the NHL. The top three teams in each division will make up the first 12 teams in the playoffs. The remaining four spots will be …

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Jean Chretien honoured with degree by University of Winnipeg
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WINNIPEG — Former prime minister Jean Chretien is among five people who have received honorary degrees from the University of Winnipeg. He was awarded an honorary doctorate of laws Thursday by his former cabinet colleague, Lloyd Axworthy, who is …

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Winnipeg Man Convicted in Driveway Repair Scam
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A 49-year-old Winnipeg man has been convicted for committing consumer fraud after duping homeowners into paying for shoddy driveway sealing services. Barry Wayne Martin Scully was found guilty of 10 separate charges of fraud under $5,000 and one …

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UM2N – ABSTRACT ARTFORM Winnipeg Show Date W …
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Pushing forward with his most recent releases 'As The Crow Flies' and 'Crows: Reboots, Remixes and Alternative Versions', Winnipeg, MB prairie rapper Abstract Artform is proud to announce he will be sharing the stage with …

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WINNIPEG FREE PRESS – PLYMOUTH BRETHREN …
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http://www.plymouthbrethrenchristianchurch.org/winnipeg-free-press-plymouth-brethren-response/. Saturday, 10th May 2014. REBUTTAL OF FALSE ALLEGATIONS MADE AGAINST BRETHREN. IN WINNIPEG FREE PRESS …

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Are the Winnipeg Jets one of the teams courting Czech UFA …
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Get the latest Winnipeg Jets news with Arctic Ice Hockey. Follow Arctic Ice Hockey on Twitter. Like Arctic Ice Hockey Facebook. TSN's Bob McKenzie has reported that more than a dozen teams have offered Jiri Sekac the …

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City information should be free – Winnipeg Sun
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Winnipeg Sun. First posted: Thursday, June 12, 2014 02:33 PM CDT | Updated: Friday, June 13, 2014 05:34 AM CDT. WS_winBudgetRxn_010417 Brian Bowman will announce part of his open government policy on Tuesday. (BRIAN …

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MY WORST JUMPSCARE! – Affected (Oculus Rift Horror) – The Asylum
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Fuck the ass, lym… ;_; Affected Oculus Rift Horror ▻ http://bit.ly/1k03QFo Click Here To Subscribe! ▻ http://bit.ly/JoinBroArmy Like my headphones? http://…

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Community Mailboxes Coming To More Wpg Neighbourhoods
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More neighbourhoods in Winnipeg have been put on notice that they’ll be switching to community mailboxes. The first conversions will happen this fall. And then in the summer of 2015 – another 11 thousand addresses will lose door to door delivery. If you’re postal code is R2R or R2X  you should be getting a notice […]

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Traffic Collisions Adding Up
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Winnipeg Police and the Fire Paramedic Service were kept hopping Friday afternoon answering more than usual calls about motor vehicle collisions.   A cyclist was struck that prompted the closure of Munroe  between Gateway and Grey.  He was sent to hospital in unstable condition.   The road opened shortly after.   There was a motorcycle/vehicle […]

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Game 5 Of Stanley Cup Final Tonight
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The Los Angeles Kings and the New York Rangers are back in action tonight at the Staples Center in L.A. for game 5 of the Stanley Cup Final. The Kings could be walking away with the Stanley Cup if the Rangers don’t get a win tonight. Scott Oake from Hockey Night in Canada joins me […]

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Three Candidates Vying For Winnipeg South Centre Liberal Nomination
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Liberal Party members in the Federal Riding of Winnipeg South Centre will pick their candidate for the next Federal Election Monday evening. The three candidates vying for the post are Maurice Alexander, Jim Carr, and Karen Taraska-Alcock. The nomination meeting is at the Centro Caboto Centre (1055 Wilkes Avenue). Over 2000 members will be eligible […]

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Winnipeg River Levels Still Rising
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More rain is forecast for this weekend for the Lake of the Woods basin and the Winnipeg River in Ontario. High water conditions exist in most areas of that basin already because of heavy rainfall across the region this past week. The Lake of the Woods Control Board is monitoring conditions closely and beginning Saturday […]

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Missing Calgary woman found: RCMP
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Manitoba RCMP say they’ve “safely located” a missing Calgary woman whose vehicle was found abandoned at the side of a highway just west of MacGregor last week. Michelle Matovich, 28, had last been seen by her family in Alberta on the May long weekend. The investigation moved

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Hearing begins in fatal Sals shooting
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A preliminary hearing is underway for a man accused in a brazen shooting at a Salisbury House restaurant that claimed the life of Jeffrey Lau and seriously wounded another man. Devin Hall, 27, is charged with first-degree murder for Lau’s death in a Sept. 27, 2012 early-morning shooting attack

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