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Manitoba relaxes road weight limits for grain
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WINNIPEG – Manitoba is relaxing weight restrictions on provincial roads to help move more grain and ease a current backlog. The province says the one-time amendment will help farmers move grain to strategic locations from where it can be shipped to …

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Rural landowners call Manitoba Hydro “bullies”
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WINNIPEG – Dozens of farmers and other rural landowners protested outside the Manitoba legislature over the province's hydro development. They say Crown-owned Manitoba Hydro is not negotiating payments for easements on their land south and west of …

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Extreme cold freezing Winnipeg's pipes; thawing backlog could be weeks
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The deep-freeze temperatures that began in December and have continued until now are responsible for an “unprecedented” number of frozen pipes, said a City of Winnipeg engineer. Tim Shanks, field service operations engineer with the city's water and …

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Aboriginals want apology for adoptions
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WINNIPEG – Some aboriginal people who were adopted into white families during the so-called Sixties Scoop say it's their turn for reconciliation and are calling for a formal apology from the federal government. Dozens of adoptees gathered in Winnipeg …

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Winnipeg police hunt armed robbery suspect
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Police are looking for a suspect after an armed robbery at a Rossmere neighbourhood convenience store Sunday morning. A male suspect made off with an undisclosed amount of cash and cigarettes from the store in the 400 block of Edison Avenue. No one …

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Nearly $1 million in dirty money forfeited to Province of Manitoba
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Victims of crime, community organizations, and law enforcement agencies are reaping the rewards of nearly $1 million in drug money found during two traffic stops near Headingley. The $960,000 seized during the stops—one in 2003 by Winnipeg police and …

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Mukwege bestowed with Order of Buffalo Hunt
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One of the province’s highest honours has been bestowed on a doctor known for treating victims of sexual violence in the Congo.

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Manitoba's tax revenue soaring, even before the PST hike
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The Selinger government is projecting to take in an embarrassment of riches over the next four years, even without a hike in the PST.

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RCMP seize $1M in cash in two traffic stops
                            
                            
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Manitoba police officers have seized almost $1 million in cash from two different traffic stops, the most in its history, Justice Minister Andrew Swan announced at RCMP headquarters Monday.

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Victims say pain 'beyond words' from molestation
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Colleagues and friends called Melvin Schroeder a hard-working man of integrity, dedicated to the community he served.

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Grey Cup will boost Winnipeg financially and in exposure
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The official announcement has yet to be made but locals are already getting excited about Grey Cup week coming back to town.

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Would you take orders from a robot? Study says, affirmative
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“I would've imagined a lot of people would've said 'This is dumb' and just get up and leave,” he told CTV Winnipeg. “But they listened to the robot and they argued with the robot.” When a human replaced the robot, more people were willing to listen …

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Farmers rally over impact of Manitoba Hydro Bipole III surveys
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Manitoba farmers rallied outside Manitoba Hydro's office on Portage Avenue Monday before heading to the legislature in a protest. Farmers say Manitoba Hydro is sending surveyors and security teams onto farms, as part of the Bipole III project, without …

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Downtown Winnipeg cleanup underway for Junos after winter takes heavy toll
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… nicely to welcome guests,” said Kenny Boyce, events manager with the City of Winnipeg. Dirty piles of snow, ice and litter can currently be seen on city streets in the downtown. Some Manitobans who spoke to CTV News Monday said the cleanup is needed.

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Jets Players, Families Share Recipes in New Cookbook
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Our Jets at Home A new cookbook featuring the favourite recipes of Winnipeg Jets players and their wives will soon hit the shelves. “Our Jets at Home” is a behind-the-scenes look into the kitchen, homes and cooking rituals of the Jets players and their …

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Weight Restrictions Relaxed to Transport Grain on Manitoba Roads
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The Manitoba government has temporarily eased road weight restrictions on transporting grain to allow farmers the ability to get their product to market as quickly as possible. The one-time amendment on provincial roads enables farmers to be nimble and …

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Denis Mukwege Awarded Manitoba's Order of the Buffalo Hunt
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Manitoba Premier Greg Selinger made the presentation of the province's highest honour on Monday in recognition of Mukwege's work in the Democratic Republic of the Congo treating victims of sexual violence. “Dr. Mukwege's lifelong dedication to the …

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Manitoba Adds Nearly $1M to Criminal Forfeiture Fund
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Two traffic stops west of Winnipeg netted $960,000 for RCMP, making it the largest successful forfeitures in the province's history. “We continue to take very large sums of money out of crime and reinvest that money across the province, supporting …

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Suspects Sought in Downtown Assault, Robbery
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Winnipeg police say the man was fronted by between eight and 10 men in the area of Edmonton Street and St. Mary Avenue at around 1 a.m.. One of the suspects had a handgun and another was carrying a knife. The victim was slashed with the knife in the …

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Man who beheaded Greyhound bus passenger should get more freedom …
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WINNIPEG – A man who beheaded and then ate parts of a fellow passenger on a Greyhound bus almost six years ago might soon be granted unescorted day trips outside his mental hospital. Vince Li's psychiatrist says the one-time undiagnosed …

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Manitoba relaxes road weight restrictions to help move grain, ease backlog
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WINNIPEG – Manitoba is relaxing weight restrictions on provincial roads to help move more grain and ease a current backlog. The province says the one-time amendment will help farmers move grain to strategic locations from where it can be shipped to …

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Canadian North B733 at Winnipeg on Feb 27th 2014, rejected takeoff
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A Canadian North Boeing 737-300, registration C-GICN performing flight 5T-1527 from Winnipeg,MB to Fort MacKay,AB (Canada) with 97 people on board, was accelerating for takeoff from Winnipeg's runway 18 when the crew rejected takeoff at high speed …

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CONTEST: See an Advance Screening of NEED FOR SPEED in WHITBY or …
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Just because the release of NEED FOR SPEED is almost here, that doesn't mean we don't have more tickets to give away to our friends! Enter for a chance to win a pair of passes to an advance screening of NEED FOR SPEED in WHITBY or WINNIPEG on …

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Sixties scoop: Aboriginals adopted into white families want formal apology
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WINNIPEG – Some aboriginal people who were adopted into white families during the so-called Sixties Scoop are calling for a formal apology from the federal government. Survivors are gathering in Winnipeg to tell their stories and figure out how to get …

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Dozens of rural landowners protest at Manitoba legislature over Hydro plan
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WINNIPEG – Dozens of farmers and other rural landowners protested outside the Manitoba legislature over the province's hydro development. They say Crown-owned Manitoba Hydro is not negotiating payments for easements on their land south and west of …

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Back lane was never cleared, I couldn't get my car into the garage, and multiple vehicles had almost spun out/driven into it. (Unfortunately?) I had to take matters into my own hands.
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Is there anywhere in the St. James area I can use the internet and a printer?
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I just need to print Amazon return labels and need the internet to access them. submitted by IWearAFedoraWhenIPoo [link] [1 comment]

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can anyone recommend a place for circumcision?
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son being born in ~1 month. wife and i are on the same terms to not have our son have a toque/sock cock/ant eater/turtle neck its seeming to be harder and harder to find a place, and i am not jewish, so docs who do ceremonial ones are out of the question the only place […]

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Ass hat parking.
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Sixties scoop adoptees in Winnipeg to demand formal apology
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Some aboriginal people who were adopted into white families during the so-called Sixties Scoop are calling for a formal apology from the federal government.

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Convenience store robbed in North Kildonan
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Police are looking for a man who robbed a 7-Eleven at gunpoint on Sunday night.

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Group of males mug man downtown
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Police are investigating after a 21-year-old man was assaulted and robbed by up to 10 males early Friday morning while walking downtown.

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Jets without captain in Dallas tonight
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DALLAS — The Winnipeg Jets will be fighting for their playoff lives without captain Andrew Ladd tonight. Ladd is back in Winnipeg at the side of his wife and their newborn daughter. He is expected to rejoin the team in time for their game Thursday in San Jose against the…

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First part of Malaysian flight mystery solved after announcement plane crashed in Indian Ocean
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KUALA LUMPUR, Malaysia – It was the unwelcome, anguishing news that families of the missing had dreaded, and when they heard it from Malaysia’s prime minister Monday night there were shrieks and intense heartbreak: The missing Malaysian Airlines flight whose fate was a mystery that consumed the

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PQ tones down talk of stolen election, defends raising voter irregularities
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MONTREAL – As the Parti Quebecois backtracked Monday on the notion of a stolen Quebec election, the Liberals accused them of engaging in a “sideshow” to avoid referendum talk that has been the focus of campaign discourse. PQ Leader Pauline Marois defended her party’s decision to raise questions

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Ex-bureaucrat off to prison for sex abuse of boys
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A former civil servant is headed to prison after admitting to a decades-old sex-abuse case that recently came to light. Melvin Schroeder pleaded guilty to repeatedly molesting two young boys between the mid-1980s and mid-1990s. The two victims, who were known to him, didn’t report the

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Real spring due… sometime
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THE calendar says spring, but the air says winter. And it’s going to stay that way for a few more days. This is fine if you have a lot of favourite cosy sweaters or you like wearing two pairs of pants. It is another week of hardship for those living or working in Winnipeg at […]

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Still chilly, but warmer this weekend
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Spring is coming, Environment Canada promises, it’s just taking its sweet time getting here. Until that day arrives, brace yourself for another day of below-normal temperatures for Winnipeg and the surrounding area. Look for a high of -10 C and a northwest wind 30 km/h today, with a wind

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