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Carolina Hurricanes defeat Winnipeg Jets 3-2 | Metro
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WINNIPEG – Cam Ward grinned as he described how he felt like a kid making some key saves in his Carolina Hurricanes' 3-2 victory over the Winnipeg Jets on Saturday. Ward stole a pair of goals from Winnipeg centre Bryan …

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100 degrees of separation – Winnipeg Free Press
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Ehtisham Rauf thought he was ready for winter when he arrived in Winnipeg on Christmas Day, 2013…. – Local – Winnipeg Free Press.

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Girl suffers serious injuries in fire – Winnipeg Free Press
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A man, woman and toddler are in Winnipeg hospital following a fire Sunday in St. Georges, Man., Powe… – Local – Winnipeg Free Press.

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Gameday Preview: Winnipeg Jets @ Dallas Stars (7:30pm CST …
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The Winnipeg Jets absolutely dismantled the Dallas Stars last week in a 7-2 shellacking at MTS Centre. "We went into their building and they took advantage of us," Trevor Daley said, putting it mildly, "so this is a good …

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Winnipeg filled with things to do for Juno Week | Metro
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Hopefully you got plenty of rest last weekend Winnipeg—Juno Week kicks off Monday and it's going to be the type of party that won't stop for things like 'sleep' or 'work'. And it's not just the more than 40 live music acts …

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Contractor thaws pipes for chocolate maker
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Contractor Jaret Horbatiuk and his homemade thawing machine is trying to help out a Provencher Boulevard chocolate maker. Horbatiuk’s crew is at Chocolatier Constance Popp this morning, attempting to do what city officials say can’t be done — thaw frozen pipes using a stream of

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Manitoba auditor says criminals not supervised when released from jail
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Manitoba's auditor says adult offenders are being crammed into correctional facilities and aren't always adequately supervised once they are released into the community. Carol Bellringer says in her annual report that Manitoba's correctional facilities …

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Winnipeg police search for St. Vital break in suspect
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Police are looking for a suspect after a St. Vital business was broken into early Tuesday. Cops were called after a witnessed saw a man breaking in to the business in a strip mall in the 1200 block of St. Mary's Road around 1:15 a.m.. The suspect is 5 …

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Sobeys closing Lucerne Foods plant in Winnipeg; 50 jobs lost
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WINNIPEG – Union officials say 50 Sobeys employees in Winnipeg are being laid off as the supermarket chain consolidates its cheese and ice cream operations. Unifor Local 468 says company officials told employees Monday that its Lucerne Foods plant in …

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Greyhound killer Vince Li granted unescorted trips from hospital
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WINNIPEG – A man who beheaded a fellow passenger on a Greyhound bus in Manitoba will soon be allowed to leave a mental hospital without an escort. Thursday's ruling by the Criminal Code Review Board means Vince Li will be on his own in public for …

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Reservations underway for provincial campsites
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In anticipation of high demand, the phone service opened at 7 a.m. Monday but will return to the usual 9 a.m. start time for subsequent days. Reservations can also be made in person at 200 Salteaux Crescent in Winnipeg between the hours of 8:30 a.m …

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Winnipeg pet store may have to close after month of frozen pipes
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… also frustrated by the situation. "It's negligent for the City of Winnipeg to be letting this happen and not figuring out another option for her to have running water so that she can care for the animals," Jessica Hansen told CTV Winnipeg. With …

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STARS dispatched after house fire injures 3
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WINNIPEG — Three people, including an infant, were taken to hospital following an early-morning house fire in a small community northeast of Winnipeg Sunday. RCMP were called to the community of St. Georges just before 4 a.m. A 21-year-old man, …

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Police search for Regina teen ends in Winnipeg
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Regina police say a teenager traveling who may have been trying to hitchhike to Toronto was found in Winnipeg this weekend. The Regina Police Service said Monday morning that Angelica Laclaire, 15, was found Sunday night. Winnipeg officers checked a …

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Canada: New and Renewed Winnipeg
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The $2 billion is the amount of new meetings infrastructure and attraction investment in Winnipeg. The lead attraction is the $351-million Canadian Museum for Human Rights (CMHR), scheduled to open in September 2014. It will have event space for boards …

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10 places you've got to see
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At the turn of the 20th century, Winnipeg was primed to be a Canadian powerhouse. “There was more construction happening here in 1904 than there was in Toronto and Montreal combined,” says local architect Brent Bellamy, urban architecture columnist …

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Ottawa accused of trying to use Vince Li decision to score political points
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WINNIPEG – A federal-provincial political spat has erupted over new freedoms granted to a Manitoba man found not criminally responsible for beheading a fellow passenger on a Greyhound bus. Manitoba's senior federal cabinet minister, Shelly Glover, …

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India-origin man fights 'telephone scam' in Canada
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Winnipeg: Residents of Winnipeg City of Canada, especially of Indian-origin, have been faced with a peculiar scam in which fraud calls are made to dupe immigrants citing "overdue taxes" with the threat of deportation. Purna Satpathy, an Indo-Canadian …

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Thousands of moccasin tops a memorial for missing, murdered native women
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WINNIPEG – Some of the beadwork is simple: flowers or a bear's paw, the words "love" and "hope" scrawled by a child's hand. Some is more intricate: a picture of an aboriginal woman, yellow embroidered police tape scrolling down the bottom, or half a …

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TD Music Green Room – getting "comfortable" in Winnipeg during Canada's …
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WINNIPEG, March 24, 2014 /CNW/ – As a long-standing supporter of Canadian music and artists for more than 10 years, TD is proud to return to the JUNO Awards as a National Sponsor, and as the Presenting Sponsor of the 2014 JUNO Fan Choice Award.

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Quebec boy dies after getting hit by snowmobile driven by his aunt
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LANTIER, Que. – A six-year-old Quebec boy has died after getting hit by a snowmobile driven by his aunt in the province’s Laurentian Mountains region. Quebec provincial police say the accident occurred shortly after noon today near a lakeside chalet in the village of Lantier. Police spokesman

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Winnipeg – Julien Doré
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Winnipeg del CD Bichon.

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Gallery: Winnipeg's new East Yard rises from old landfill
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Once a landfill, a 50-acre site in East Elmwood has been transformed into a sprawling campus of five buildings housing more than 200 City of Winnipeg employees and countless pieces of equipment. The city's East Yard, which is located at 960 Thomas Ave.

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Are pipe-thawing staff part of vacancy management?
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A city councillor is on a quest to find out how many and what kind of water and waste and public works positions are being left vacant to save the city money. Coun. Paula Havixbeck said last Wednesday's executive policy committee meeting only provided …

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Isolation, lack of services blamed for high suicide rate
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Suicide is the third most common death reported to the Office of the Chief Medical Examiner.

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Baby in hospital after house fire
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A baby and two adults had to be taken to hospital early Sunday following a house fire.

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Farmers to protest Bipole III
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Manitoba farmers are demanding more respect from Manitoba Hydro.

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Province's STARS air ambulance contract broke tendering rules: auditor
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Manitoba's auditor general released a report critical of the province, saying it broke its own tendering rules when awarding STARS an air ambulance contract worth $159 million. Carol Bellringer released her office's annual report to the legislature …

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Junos then, Junos now
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The Junos occupied so much of Winnipeg's attention that spring, the death of Pope John Paul II — whose papacy lasted 25 years — was relegated to secondary news the day Neil Young dropped out of the awards due to a brain aneurysm. Yes, this actually …

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Pet store forced to close after 4 weeks without water
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A Winnipeg pet store is being forced to close down after going a full month without water due to frozen pipes.

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Customs officers admit to waiving duties for cross-border shoppers
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Canada’s border guards routinely waive taxes and duties on goods bought by travellers in the U.S., says a briefing note for the prime minister.

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2 adults, 1 child escape fire in St. Georges
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A man, woman and young child managed to escape a burning house in St. Georges, Man. on Sunday.

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Students help raise money for local animal shelter
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WINNIPEG — Dozens of students helped raise thousands of dollars for the Winnipeg Humane Society on Sunday. The students, part of the Creative Communications program at Red River College, hosted a nine-hour telethon live on Shaw TV as part of their …

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City opens resource centre for citizens with frozen pipes
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WINNIPEG — City officials have opened a resource centre at the Cindy Klassen Recreation Complex for anyone with frozen pipes. The resource centre will provide residents with drinking water, in-person access to a 311 representative, personal comfort …

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Journalist, author Heather Robertson dies at 72
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Born in Winnipeg, she graduated with an Honours BA in English from the University of Manitoba and started working as a reporter at the Winnipeg Free Press before moving to the Winnipeg Tribune. Story continues below. She wrote 13 non-fiction books and …

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Closing arguments in Winnipeg body in a barrel murder trial, case goes to jury
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… the killing on each other. The Crown contends the pair together plotted and killed 22-year-old Davis over a large drug debt. Last week Tymchyshyn testified that Brincheski killed Davis with a hammer. The jury is to begin deliberations Thursday …

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Two Winnipeg men guilty of first-degree murder in body in barrel case
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Lori Davis told the court she is no longer the person she used to be and she has been robbed of her son and any joy in life. Justice Brenda Keyser of Court of Queen's Bench says the case is an example of the awful toll drugs take on our society. (CJOB) …

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NHL players still not guaranteed to lace up in 2018 Olympics
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“The insurance covers the money aspect, but it doesn't cover the money coming and loss of revenue because your star player is out,” said Jim Toth, host of the CJOB Sports Show. Without NHL players, the Olympic hockey experience could be similar to the …

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