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Man robbed brother at gas bar, police believe
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A young Winnipeg man shot by Winnipeg police at a Domo gas bar was in the process of robbing his own younger brother for the second time since April, police allege. Andrew Lebrun, 21, faces a lengthy list of charges in connection with two separate Domo robberies involving his family member,

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Maryk pleads guilty to abducting his two children
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A Winnipeg father has admitted to kidnapping his two children and then whisking them off to Mexico where they were kept in deplorable conditions for four long years. Kevin Maryk pleaded guilty Thursday to two counts of abduction. He is set to be sentenced on Monday, where the Crown is expected

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Lewandoski vying for Charleswood-Tuxedo seat
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The assistant to North Kildonan Coun. Jeff Browaty is hoping for an office of his own at city hall. Luc Lewandoski, Browaty’s executive assistant, has confirmed his intention to run for the soon-to-be-vacant seat of Charleswood-Tuxedo. Lewandoski is a provincial Progressive Conservative

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Revamped, modern visitor centre coming to the Forks
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The Travel Manitoba visitor centre at The Forks will be undergoing a $2.9-million makeover that will see long-time static displays like a stuffed buffalo replaced with modern, interactive displays and about 2,000 square feet of new office space. Travel Manitoba president and CEO Colin Ferguson…

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Michael Buble walks into Cake-Ology Cupcakes downtown and ices cookies
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[UPDATE] the "controversial" project in River Heights is going to community committee on Monday.
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As a follow-up to the CBC story linked below, the project in the article will go to community committee on Monday. Now I am all for this project, I think it will be great for the area, but what I am not for is the City posting this information on Thursday, for a special meeting […]

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Manitoba to invest $420,000 from crime proceeds into police, equipment
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Looking for Car Parts
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My '04 Infiniti sedan's passenger headlight finally died so it's time to buy a new pair. So now that Winnipeg Heights is gone where do people buy solid car parts for a good price? Any car folks on here with good suggestions for after market stuff? submitted by greyfoxv1 [link] [4 comments]

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Another shot of the Aurora Borealis on May 3rd
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Update: Winnipeg police arrest man they shot in the arm outside Domo
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Winnipeg police have arrested a man they ended up shooting outside a Domo gas station earlier this month, and it turns out the suspect is no stranger to the clerk he was robbing. A source tells Metro the man arrested for holding up the Domo at Donald …

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City of Winnipeg's real estate audit coming July 2
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The long-awaited real estate audit will be released following Canada Day, Mayor Sam Katz said during Wednesday's city council meeting. “We have been notified and we are setting up a council seminar,” he told media after the meeting wrapped up, adding …

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Suspect in officer-involved shooting charged; suspect tried to rob brother at …
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A man shot by police at a Domo gas bar is facing a number of charges. It follows what sources say was a botched robbery against the suspect's brother. Police said a suspect wearing a balaclava and armed with a knife was spotted entering the Domo gas …

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Suspect tried to rob brother at gas bar: sources
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A man shot by police at a Domo gas bar is facing a number of charges. It follows what sources say was a botched robbery against the suspect's brother. Police said a suspect wearing a balaclava and armed with a knife was spotted entering the Domo gas …

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Suspect tried to rob brother working at gas bar: sources
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A man shot by police at a Domo gas bar is facing a number of charges. It follows what sources say was a botched robbery against the suspect's brother. Police said a suspect wearing a balaclava and armed with a knife was spotted entering the Domo gas …

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Luc Lewandoski to Run for Charleswood-Tuxedo Councillor
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A candidate to fill the soon empty councillor seat in the Charleswood-Tuxedo ward has made his intentions known. Luc Lewandoski will take a run at the job in this fall's civic election. Currently working as the executive assistant for North Kildonan Coun.

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Winnipeg Police to Receive $420K from Crime Forfeitures
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Winnipeg Police Crest The province is investing $420,000 in the Winnipeg Police Service for new specialized equipment and training. The funding comes from the Criminal Property Forfeiture Fund, which is money recovered from criminal activities and …

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Man Admits Abducting Kids, Keeping Them in Mexico
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A man has admitted to abducting his two children from their Winnipeg home and keeping them in Mexico for four years. Kevin Maryk pleaded guilty to two counts of abduction at the law courts this morning – one for each of his kids who are now 11 and 13 years old. They were found in […]

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MB Crankin’ Out the Construction
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It’s another strong year for construction in Winnipeg and Manitoba. While things like roads and major projects like stadiums and museums often grab the headlines, Ron Hambley with the Winnipeg Construction Association tells CJOB there are a lot of smaller projects that have a big impact on people… “There are probably 10 or 11 schools […]

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Jets prepared to talk trade at NHL Entry Draft
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Winnipeg Jets general manager Kevin Cheveldayoff will continue fielding plenty of trade calls on NHL draft weekend in Philadelphia. Rumours have swirled around left-winger Evander Kane and defenceman/forward Dustin Byfuglien.

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Tourism Winnipeg launches do-it-yourself culinary tours …
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Looking for a way to entertain your summer visitors? Lead them down a trail—a delicious one. Tourism Winnipeg has done all the legwork, recently launching do-it-yourself culinary trails that showcase the city's best eats.

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NHL trade rumors: The Winnipeg Jets would be crazy to …
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The Winnipeg Jets might trade Evander Kane during the NHL draft. That would be a bad decision.

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Update: Michael Buble walks into Winnipeg bakery and ices …
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Pamela Kirkpatrick/Instagram Michael Buble, centre, poses with staff at Cakeology Cupcakes in the Exchange District in Winnipeg. Canadian crooner Michael Buble apparently has a sweet tooth to go along with his smooth …

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Katz's plan to revamp EPC passes
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Outgoing Mayor Sam Katz’s hope of leaving a revamped executive policy committee in his wake was approved by council on Wednesday.

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Ground breaks on Glasshouse Skylofts
                            
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Ground has officially broken on the 21-storey, $35-million Glasshouse Skylofts project.

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Council approves giving zoo extra $4.5 million
                            
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A motion to advance the Assiniboine Park Conservancy $4.5 million to cover Journey to Churchill cost overruns was passed by Mayor Sam Katz’s executive policy committee Wednesday morning.

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City responds to demands by adding signs
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City officials have responded to a public outcry to review bike routes to Investors Group Field by adding a few signs.

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Maryk pleads guilty to abducting his two children
                            
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Kevin Maryk has pleaded guilty to abducting his two children and fleeing to Mexico.

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Changing landscape at Assiniboine Park Zoo
                            
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The landscape is changing in more ways than one as the Assiniboine Park Zoo prepares for the grand opening of the Journey to Churchill exhibit.

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Update: Manitoba to invest $420000 from crime proceeds into police, equipiment
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The Manitoba Government is investing nearly half a million dollars of assets from crime proceeds into the police force. The province announced Thursday they will spend $420,000 from the Criminal Property Forfeitures Fund and invest it in equipment and …

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High prices, low mortgage rates should be red flags on housing market: OSFI
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OTTAWA — Canada's banking regulator is warning both lenders and borrowers to be careful about moving deeper into the still pricey housing market, saying the risks are increasing and are likely to remain elevated. In a speech at a housing conference in …

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Portage la Prairie tests systems to remove phosphorus, nitrogen from Lake …
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Portage La Prairie is testing out two systems to take out polluting nutrients from the Lake Winnipeg watershed. One made by Ostara Nutrient Recovery Technologies recovers up to 85 per cent of the phosphorus and 25 per cent of nitrogen out of the waste …

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Parade to feature 200 soldiers marching through Exchange District
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Two hundred soldiers will march through the Exchange District Friday morning in Winnipeg. The Freedom of the City of Winnipeg parade will start at 9:45 a.m., June 27, at city hall and features members of the Second Battalion Princess Patricia's …

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Six Manitoba grocery stores to close up shop under Sobeys' overhaul
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Sobeys will shutter dozens of its Canadian stores this fall, including a half dozen in Manitoba. On the list to close up shop in Manitoba are four Safeway stores, including one in Garden City on Leila Avenue, one at Ness Avenue and Sturgeon Road, one …

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Dad pleads guilty in child abduction case; Crown seeks five-year sentence
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A Winnipeg man has admitted he kidnapped his two children and took them to Mexico. Kevin Maryk entered two guilty pleas to abduction. The Crown dropped three other charges, including conspiracy to commit kidnapping. Maryk unlawfully took his kids …

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Countryfest Fans Dealt Traffic Tickets
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Dauphin's Countryfest Concert-goers headed to Dauphin's Countryfest got another ticket besides their gate admission on Wednesday. RCMP patrolling Highway 10 leading to the festival handed out 40 speeding tickets during the afternoon. A ticket for not …

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Bob, Joe And Chuck Talk Bombers
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680 CJOB’s voice of the Bombers Bob Irving and Joe Pascucci, sports director for Global News (who retires from broadcasting today), join Charles to talk about the Winnipeg Blue Bombers season opener. Is anybody optimistic about their chances this season? RCMP say a fire has destroyed a vacant home located on the Criddle-Vane homestead, six […]

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Historic Home Gutted by Fire
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RCMP are investigating a suspicious fire that destroyed the Criddle Vane historic site home, just south east of CFB Shilo. No one was injured in Wednesday night’s blaze, but the vacant home is a total loss. Gordon Goldsborough with the Manitoba Historical Society tells CJOB it was the home of Percy Criddle, who came to […]

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City worker spray paints message on Winnipeg woman's lawn
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A Winnipeg woman is demanding answers and an apology after a city worker spray painted a message on her North Kildonan lawn.

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