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Manitoba Museum hosts exhibit on First Nations treaties
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A new exhibit focusing on First Nations treaties in Manitoba will be unveiled Friday at the Manitoba Museum. We Are All Treaty People will provide museum visitors the first opportunity to see almost every Manitoba treaty medal — including the medal given to Chief Peguis by Lord Selkirk in

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Next Star audition tour stops in Winnipeg Saturday
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If your offspring are among Winnipeggers who deserve a shot at becoming The Next Star, this is your weekend to get the journey started. The audition tour for Season 7 of YTV’s The Next Star stops in Winnipeg on Saturday, offering locals aged 15 or younger as of Sept. 1, 2014 a chance to

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Let council pick half of EPC: Katz – Winnipeg Sun
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By Kristin Annable ,Winnipeg Sun. First posted: Wednesday, April 30, 2014 02:43 PM CDT | Updated: Wednesday, April 30, 2014 06:10 PM CDT. Winnipeg Mayor Sam Katz FILER Mayor Sam Katz. (Winnipeg Sun files). Article. Tweet. Change …

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Windsor Park G.C. to open Sunday | Home | Winnipeg Sun
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Another Winnipeg city golf course will open for business this weekend.

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CFL changing things up to improve refereeing – Winnipeg Sun
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The league will also move away from intact officiating crews, believing that led to some complacency. “We're trying to make some positive change,” CFL vice-president of officiating Glen Johnson said in Winnipeg, Wednesday.

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High School Coaches Of The Month For March
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Severyn Wojcik of Springfield Collegiate is the SUBWAY Urban Coach of the Month for March. He started his teaching career 8 years ago, by coaching junior varsity boys basketball, and then jumped to baseball.    He introduced hockey to the school and he continues to coach the boys hockey team.     His teams have […]

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Tense Moments In River Heights
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There were some tense moments in the River Heights area of the city. A military-style box, found in the area of Academy road and Renfrew street, sparked a bomb scare and police evacuated people from nearby buildings as a pre-caution. Officers were called around 1:30 p.m after an employee at a nearby business found the […]

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Hydro Mega Projects and the Big Gamble
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In Manitoba we have been debating the merits of new hydro mega projects for some time. The provincial government is of the view that we need to press onward with these projects. Others say it’s wrong headed.  David Vardy is the former head of the Public Utilities Board for Newfoundland and Labrador and spent some […]

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Roseau River Gas Bar Re-possessed
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The leadership of the Roseau River Anishinabe First Nation (RRAFN) says they have corrected a great injustice through the peaceful re-possession of the Red Sun Smoke Shop and Gas Bar on Hwy. 6. On Wednesday evening,  the occupants operating the business were escorted off the premises by the First Nation leadership, under the supervision of […]

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Court reserves decision in Manitoba triple-murder appeal
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Manitoba’s Court of Appeal has reserved its decision in the case of Denis Jerome Labossiere, a man convicted of murdering his parents and brother in St. Leon, Man. in 2005.

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Winnipeg teens' frightening taxi ride under investigation
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Two young Winnipeg women say they won’t take cabs again, after a Duffy’s Taxi driver took them to a part of the city they didn’t ask to go to, then locked them inside the vehicle.

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ELDERS REACT TO GODZILLA
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Godzilla BONUS REACTIONS: http://goo.gl/z9KEex SUBSCRIBE! New vids every Sun/Thu/Sat: http://goo.gl/aFu8C Watch all episodes of REACT http://goo.gl/4iDVa Wat…

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What A Girl’s Shoes Mean
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Please subscribe to my channel and my vlog channel! I make new videos here every Wednesday and make vlogs during my majestical daily life. JennaMarbles JennaMarblesVlog Facebook: http://www.fac…

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Victims robbed with shotgun in North End
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A man and two teens are facing charges after a two people were robbed at gunpoint in the North End Monday night. Police were called after two separate victims reported being robbed by three gun-toting suspects near Andrews Street and Flora Avenue.

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Bigger transit subsidy for Winnipeg Football Club places city in tough spot …
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The city is between “a rock and a hard place” when it comes to a request by the Winnipeg Football Club to cover more of the bus transportation costs to Investors Group Field, said Mayor Sam Katz. The Club is asking the municipal and provincial …

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Photos: Blocked culvert opens up, reducing flood fears in western Manitoba
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There is relief in sight for flood worries in a section of western Manitoba. Ice that had been blocking a culvert near the Waywayseecappo First Nation gave way overnight, allowing water to flow through. That has drastically reduced the water level …

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Stella's announced as Cora's replacement at St. Boniface cultural centre
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Centre Cultural Franco-Manitobain (CCFM) has found a new tenant for its restaurant. The centre announced Wednesday Stella's would take over the space where Chez Cora's currently operates when their lease runs out Aug. 31. The well-known local …

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Sportsmanship, safety and better game flow target of new CFL rules
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WINNIPEG – The CFL's vice-president of officiating says new rules being voted on May 8 look to raise the bar on respect and sportsmanship this season. Glen Johnson was in Winnipeg on Wednesday as he meets with team officials across the country to …

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Police bust Quebec tobacco ring that allegedly involved Italian Mafia
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MONTREAL — Police in Quebec say they have arrested 28 people in a crackdown on tobacco trafficking that allegedly involved the Italian Mafia and native organized crime. They say the alleged fraud amounted to $30 million. Authorities told a news …

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Bombers seek $500K city subsidy for transportation costs of bringing fans to …
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The Winnipeg Blue Bombers hope to have a deal in place with the City of Winnipeg that would see a minimum of a $500,000 subsidy applied to transportation services for bringing fans to events at Investors Group Field. The team hopes to have it in place …

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Man Killed After Van Rolls, Lands in Water on Highway 45
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RCMP say the man's minivan was travelling east when it left the road and ended up on its roof in several feet of water. It landed in the north ditch. The 36-year-old driver was taken to hospital in Russell where he was pronounced deceased. The victim …

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Stella's to Replace Cora's in St. Boniface
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Chez Cora at 340 Provencher Boulevard will soon be occupied by Stella's restaurant. (GOOGLE STREET VIEW). Stella's restaurant will take over a lease at the Centre Culturel Franco-Manitobain (CCFM) to move into the space long occupied by Chez Cora.

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Time for harsher distracted driving penalties?
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The April distracted driving enforcement campaign has been declared a success.

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Labossiere appeals murder conviction in taped proceeding
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For the second time in two weeks, a Manitoba court opened its doors to television cameras, this time for one of the province’s most notorious murder cases.

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Province spending $84M to upgrade rural water, waste-water facilities
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The province will spend $84 million over the next five years to improve and upgrade water and waste-water facilities in communities outside of Winnipeg. That works out to over $4 million a year more than it currently spends on sewer and water infrastructure, Premier Greg Selinger said

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Prairie Crop Planting Delayed
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The quality of prairie crops this year could be effected by a late planting season. “As one person said,  If you start delaying it by a few days and a few weeks here,  it obviously delays about a month in fall,”  says Agriculture Correspondent Harry Siemens.  ”So, We’re always then looking to see if We […]

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Motorcycle crashes into light pole in Winnipeg
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The westbound lanes of Inkster Boulevard are closed from Fife Street to Bunting Street after a motorcycle hit a light pole.

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Manitoba flooding: Fears ease in Waywayseecappo, Birtle
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Fears about an embankment collapsing and sending a surge of floodwaters into some western Manitoba communities ended with the boom of an ice-plugged culvert Wednesday morning.

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Semi trailer rolls over, causing traffic chaos in Winnipeg
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Emergency vehicles have shut down the eastbound lanes of Inkster near Brookside Boulevard where a semi trailer has rolled over.

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Two people robbed at gunpoint in Winnnipeg's North End
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Two separate people were robbed at gunpoint late Tuesday evening in Winnipeg’s North End.

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Policy group has alternative vision for Winnipeg in shadow budget
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Brown water, frozen pipes and potholes have put infrastructure top of mind for many Winnipeggers, and the Manitoba chapter of the Canadian Centre for Policy Alternatives (CCPA) says its shadow city budget released Tuesday would put it all behind us.

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Manitoba campaign nails drivers using phones while driving
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Police in Manitoba handed out nearly 1,500 tickets in April to drivers caught using their phones behind the wheel during a month-long enforcement blitz funded by MPI. The campaign was conducted by six police agencies including the Winnipeg Police …

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Judge hears appeal of Labossiere triple murder conviction
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The Winnipeg appeal hearing for Denis Jerome Labossiere, convicted of the murders of his father, mother and brother, will be carried live on globalnews.ca. Rudi Pawlychyn / Global News. What is this? Sponsored content is written by Global News …

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US funeral director working on book about burial of Boston Marathon bombing …
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BOSTON – A funeral director who was sharply criticized for handling funeral arrangements for Boston Marathon bombing suspect Tamerlan Tsarnaev is writing a book about his experience. Peter Stefan — the director of a funeral home in the central …

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Bombers seek financial aid for fan transportation costs
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The Winnipeg Blue Bombers want financial help from the city and province to usher fans to and from the stadium. Sources said the team currently pays Winnipeg Transit a charter rate per game. That rate covers most of the costs for transit. The Bombers …

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Rollover claims life of 36-year-old driver in western Manitoba
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A man is dead after a minivan he was in ended up on its roof in a deep water-filled ditch in western Manitoba. The vehicle was found early this morning on Highway 45, about 16 kilometres east of Russell. RCMP believe the van was going east when it left …

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Three Charged After Armed Robberies in Winnipeg
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Winnipeg police were called to the area of Andrews Street and Flora Avenue after two people were robbed at gunpoint. Neither victim was injured. Police swarmed the area and made three arrests at around 11:45 p.m. near Flora Avenue and McGregor Street.

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