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#Winnipeg Bike Auction This Weekend
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If you’re looking for a new bike, there is a great bike auction this weekend at the Varsity View Sportsplex at 4230 Ridgewood ave. You can view the bikes Saturday morning from 7-8:45 am and the auction starts at nine, on Sunday viewing starts at 10-11:45 and the auction starts at noon. There are over […]

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Could YOU be Canada's Smartest Person?
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Industries oppose new NorthWoods development in Transcona
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Bill introduced to allow sex changes on birth registrations without needing surgery first.
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Global Reddit Meetup Day – June 14. What is /r/Winnipeg doing?
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LakeMan banned from league, 3 face charges after Stonewall minor hockey brawl
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A minor hockey coach and two players who attacked a referee during a game in Southdale last February are being charged.

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Manitoba could lead charge to abolish Senate
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The province has renewed calls to abolish the Senate, after a Supreme Court ruling opened the door for provincial input.

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Lake Manitoba Hockey Hammered With Suspensions
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Two teams from lake Manitoba have been suspended for one year. The Bantam and Midget teams from lake Man have been suspended by the Interlake Minor Hockey Association after a brawl in Stonewall in March. The President of the IMHA Kris Barrett spoke to us on the Nighthawk and explained that the suspensions were not […]

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Anniversary of Manitoban Susan Griffiths' assisted suicide
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Susan Griffiths’ dying moments were spent laughing under a warm sun and surrounded by the Swiss Alps.

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More aboriginal women taking on trades despite challenges
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Kimberley Kessel is a 20-year-old woman of the Squamish and Haida-Gwaii Nations, and one of 48 students at the Squamish Nation Trades Centre. The centre offers free trades training in courses such as shipbuilding and carpentry, and 15-20% of the students are female.

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Employees' union calls for review of Red River College leadership
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The union representing 1,500 employees at Red River College is calling for a leadership review.

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Re-cycle this weekend
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It’s the auction that puts the cycle in recycling.

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City hall ceremony to honour killed, injured workers
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City hall will recognize workers who have been injured or killed on the job or became ill as a result of their work. A formal ceremony will be held in the council court yard on Monday — recognized across the country as the National Day of Mourning — from 9 to 9:30 a.m. “The National […]

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Suspected dog-attack victim dies
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A 58-year-old man who was reportedly attacked by a dog has died. However, police stress that the man’s cause of death has yet to be determined, considering that emergency personnel were initially responding to a medical call, most often associated with natural causes such as a heart attack….

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Katz will announce in June whether he'll run for mayor again
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Mayor Sam Katz said he’ll announce in June whether he’ll run again but he’s looking forward to seeing who wants his job. It looks as if lawyer Brian Bowman is going to be one of those candidates. Bowman told the Free Press that earlier today he resigned as a board member for

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Posh violinist Lettice Rowbotham gives the Judges something new | Britain’s Got Talent 2014
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See more from Britain’s Got Talent at http://itv.com/talent Plummy Lettice impresses the Judges with her super posh personality but her real talent blows them away. Watch her electric violin…

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Winnipeg would consider more cameras in hockey rinks: Mayor Sam Katz
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Having more cameras in hockey rinks is something the city would consider, Mayor Sam Katz said on Friday. Katz made his comment in reference to news that Winnipeg police have charged a peewee hockey coach with assault after a melee with a referee …

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New cases of virus deadly to pigs in Manitoba
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WINNIPEG – Manitoba is reporting more cases of a virus that has killed millions of baby pigs in the United States. The province says three more pigs have been found with porcine epidemic diarrhea (PED) this week, but not at a hog farm. The sick animals …

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Manitoba reports more cases of virus that has killed millions of pigs in US
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WINNIPEG – Manitoba is reporting more cases of a virus that has killed millions of baby pigs in the United States. The province says three more pigs have been found with porcine epidemic diarrhea (PED) this week, but not at a hog farm. The sick animals …

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Second report of suspicious man approaching children
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A 12-year-old girl has come forward saying she was approached by an unknown man after reports of a similar incident came out earlier this week, police said. On Monday, the girl was in the area of Higgins Avenue and Main Street around 4:30 p.m. when the …

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Canadian dollar lower amid rising Ukraine tensions; traders look to key data
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TORONTO — The Canadian dollar closed lower Friday as traders looked to worsening tensions in Ukraine and ahead to a slew of important economic data coming out next week. The loonie slipped 0.07 of a cent to 90.61 cents US as traders looking for safety …

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Police investigate death of man; dogs seized from property
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Winnipeg police said a 58-year-old man rushed to hospital Thursday night in critical condition has died. Police are investigating the death and whether dogs attacked the man. Emergency crews had responded to a medic call around 10:30 p.m. April 24 in …

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Bisons Name Michele Hynes Women's Basketball Coach
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University of Manitoba Bisons The Manitoba Bisons have selected Michele Hynes to lead the Bison women's basketball team on a permanent basis. The interim head coach has guided the Bisons for the last two CIS seasons and received the appointment on …

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Winnipeg's Spring Clean-Up Begins on Sunday
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City of Winnipeg Now that the snow has finally gone – we hope – it's time to clean what it left behind. The City of Winnipeg's annual spring clean up begins this Sunday. City crews will be tackling streets, sidewalks and back lanes over the next four …

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Man Sexually Assaults Steinbach Teen in SUV
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RCMP Crest Logo Steinbach RCMP are looking for a man after he forced a teenager into his SUV two weeks ago. Police said the girl, 16, was walking down Main Street in Steinbach when she was approached by a man in a black SUV. The man spoke to the …

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Man Who Approached Young Boy Also Targeted Girl: Police
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Winnipeg police said a man who asked a seven-year-old boy if he needed money also targeted a young girl the same day. On Monday, police were told the man approached the boy at lunch time on Euclid Avenue near Hallet Street and offered the boy money …

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Province Proposing New Rules For TV, Internet Providers
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A new bill protecting consumers from confusing promotions or contracts for TV, Internet, phone, radio or home alarm services have been tabled at the Manitoba Legislature. Consumer Protection Minister Ron Lemieux says it’s not about regulating prices, but transparency. “We’re not telling the consumer what they shoudld buy or what they should not buy. We’re […]

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CFIB Supports More Sustainable Pension Plans
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The Canadian Federation of Independent Business (CFIB) supports federal government consultations on more sustainable pension plans for federally-regulated industries. But CFIB president Dan Kelly isn’t happy the targeted benefit plans, which share risk between employers and employees, would not apply to the core public service. Kelly says a shared risk plan could help taxpayers get […]

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Rain, snow, fog put damper on Manitoba spring
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People in southern Manitoba are still stuck in the rain, snow and fog

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Senate reform can't be done by Ottawa alone
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Parliament cannot go it alone when it comes to substantial Senate reform, the Supreme Court of Canada said in a unanimous decision released today. That puts a significant roadblock in the way of nearly all reforms proposed by Prime Minister Stephen Harper, who called the ruling a “decision for the status quo.”

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Cold winter leads to sunburned trees in Manitoba
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The long, cold winter has resulted in a strange phenomenon — sunburned trees.

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Sagkeeng coach charged with assault after February on-ice brawl
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Winnipeg police have laid charges against a Sagkeeng coach involved in a hockey fight at a Winnipeg community centre in February.

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Girl forced into vehicle, sexually assaulted in Steinbach
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A 16-year-old girl in Steinbach, Manitoba, was forced into a vehicle, threatened and sexually assaulted, according to RCMP.

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RCMP seek suspect in Steinbach sexual assault – Winnipeg …
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Steinbach RCMP are looking for a male suspect after a teenaged girl was sexually assaulted in the so… – Local – Winnipeg Free Press.

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Mayor Sam Katz satisfied with student newspaper's clarification
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Mayor Sam Katz got his retraction and a student newspaper is no longer facing a lawsuit. Katz confirmed that he has halted a lawsuit launched February against The Uniter, the student newspaper at the University of Winnipeg. The newspaper published a …

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Manitoba's NDP government says Ottawa should pursue Senate abolition
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Manitoba's justice minister says the federal government should pursue the abolition of the Senate. Andrew Swan says he likes the Supreme Court of Canada ruling that says Ottawa cannot act without the provinces, although he would have welcomed a lower …

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Secret letters in nude judge case released
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TORONTO – Previously secret correspondence released Friday has shed light on the sudden resignation of a key player in the disciplinary hearing against a senior Manitoba judge whose husband posted naked photographs of her on the Internet. The letters …

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