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Masons help cancer patients fight the battle
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Many people think Freemasonry is a secret society people join for personal gain, but that’s not the case, says the leader of the organization’s Manitoba chapter. “Freemasonry is about improving the character of men,” said Doug Webster, grand master of the Grand Lodge of Manitoba. “It makes good

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Gunfire outside club deadly
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A man was shot to death early Sunday outside a downtown nightclub, and police say there might have been other victims who have not come forward. The deceased was in his 20s. He was shot outside the Opera Ultralounge at Main Street and Bannatyne Avenue around 2 a.m. It’s Winnipeg’s ninth

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Canada imposes sanctions against Russia over crisis in Ukraine: Harper
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OTTAWA — Ottawa says it is imposing economic sanctions on 16 more Russian "entities" over that country's actions in Ukraine. Prime Minister Stephen Harper issued a statement Sunday saying Russia's "illegal occupation of Ukraine and provocative …

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Police rule two Roseau River deaths homicides, not related
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Police have launched homicide investigations into the deaths of two men on Roseau River First Nation, but they say the deaths are not related. The first man was found on Friday. Police have charged Richard Alex Johnson, 30, with second-degree murder in …

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Wildlife center needs help with coyote pups
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Nine rescued coyote pups need help. The Wildlife Haven Rehabilitation Centre put out the call for help after the two-week old pups were dropped off at their facility in Île-des-Chênes. They were found abandoned and near-death on a property near Brandon …

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Car crashes into light pole and apartment building in St. Boniface
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A car crashed into an apartment early Monday morning in St. Boniface at around 3:40 a.m. on St. Mary's Road and Eugenie Street. The car hit a light pole and then slammed into an apartment building. Paramedics took one person to hospital in stable …

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Ukraine crisis: Canada slaps more sanctions on Russia
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Ottawa says it is imposing economic sanctions on 16 more Russian “entities” over that country’s actions in Ukraine.

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Winnipeg police half marathon raises $1M for cancer research
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The Winnipeg Police Service’s annual marathon surpassed its goal of raising $1 million for the Canadian Cancer Society as part of the Marching to a Million campaign. Across town, the annual MS walk took place Sunday morning.

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Crime Stoppers’ Most Wanted: April 2014
                            
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From running over a cop to swindling supposed friends to workplace battles gone wild, Crime Stoppers had good reason to name these the eight most wanted men in Winnipeg. If you have information on the whereabouts of these suspects, call Crime Stoppers — they’ll pay cash for tips leading to an arrest.

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Mayes wants city to recognize family farming
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City councillor Brian Mayes (St. Vital) will propose that Winnipeg should recognize 2014 as the International Year of Family Farming at the Riel Community Club on Monday night.

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Hydro outage leaves Crescentwood in the dark
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A power outage in Crescentwood left more than 500 people and businesses without power for nearly two hours late Saturday night.

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Gord Steeves says he's man for job of changing city hall
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Gord Steeves is ready to change city hall.

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Transcona man a glass cage of emotion after garbage gaffe
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Transcona resident Geoffrey Mosser remains frustrated after he attempted to address a garbage situation through proper channels before it got worse.

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Prairie Sailor honours sacrifice
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They served in some of the world’s deadliest seas, and Sunday they were honoured for their courage and sacrifice. A bronze statue depicting a young sailor looking into the distance with his seabag by his side was dedicated by HMCS Chippawa to honour the memory of Canada’s Prairie sailors, many

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One weekend, two homicides on First Nation
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Two young men have been killed at Roseau River First Nation since Friday — separate homicides, but both linked by a plague of alcohol and drugs among young people, Grand Chief Terry Nelson of the Southern Chiefs Organization lamented Sunday. The second victim, 19-year-old Vince Maracle, who

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Web forum for citizen journalists firmly on the map
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Community News Commons has given local citizen journalists a chance to break and share news in Winnipeg. Although some may dismiss citizen-generated content as less than newsworthy, real successes have pushed CNC onto the radar of professional media outlets, and of newsmakers, politicians and

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Making music from trash lifts children
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Somebody tossed away an empty fruit can in Paraguay awhile back — never dreaming it would make incredible music in North Kildonan Sunday evening. Fabio Chavez turned two large, discarded fruit cans, some scrap wood, a few nails and fishing line into a guitar. And along the way over the past

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WPS run busts $1-million goal to fight cancer
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A record 2,900 runners collectively covered millions of strides Sunday to send the Winnipeg Police Service half marathon beyond the $1-million mark in cancer-care fundraising. It was the 10th annual 21.1-kilometre run from Assiniboine Park and back. Spokeswoman Veronica Hall said organizers are

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Nonsense reigns on Main Street
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Do our elected officials have an obligation to make sense? That may seem like a nonsensical question itself. But after watching events unfold at Winnipeg City Hall this past week, it seems fair to ask whether making sense is a core competency for our municipal politicians. Last week, a

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Water pipes in Winnipeg restaurant remain frozen for almost …
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More than 1100 Winnipeg properties still waiting to have frozen water lines thawed.

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Rihanna – Unfaithful
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Music video by Rihanna performing Unfaithful. (C) 2006 The Island Def Jam Music Group #VEVOCertified on Feb. 15, 2012. http://vevo.com/certified http://youtube.com/vevocertified.

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[Official Video] Say Something – Pentatonix (A Great Big World & Christina Aguilera Cover)
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Another Winnipeg Homicide
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Winnipeg has another homicide on its hands. Around 2 o’clock Sunday morning, a male in his 20′s was shot in the vicinity of Main and Bannatyne. Constable Jason Michalyshen says it appears that a group of males were involved in a confrontation, and the result was one person getting shot. Michalyshen says they are looking […]

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Roseau River Deaths: Homicide
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RCMP are investigating two homicides on the Roseau River First Nation, south of Winnipeg near the border. The first one happened on Friday. 30 year old Richard Johnson has been charged with second degree murder in the death of 23 year old Charles French. Both men are from Roseau River, and they knew each other. […]

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Four Injured in Spence Street Fire
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Four people have been treated for minor injuries following a house fire on Spence Street. All were transported to hospital in stable condition. The fire began in a rooming house in Spence’s 200-block and spread to the house next door just after 3:30 Sunday afternoon. Crews managed to contain the flames in less than two […]

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Thiessen Wins Again
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The world’s top wheelchair curling rink has earned yet another accolade. Dennis Thiessen and his teammates from the Assiniboine Curling Club earned the title at the 2014 Canadian Wheelchair Curling Championship in Boucherville, Que. Sunday. The Winnipeg rink defeated reigning champion Benoit Lessard of Que., 8-5. It’s not Thiessen’s only win as of late – […]

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Walk So Kids Can Talk raises $50K for youth mental health
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Thousands walked so kids could talk on Sunday. The national Walk So Kids Can Talk campaign organized walks in more than 25 communities across Canada to raise money for Kids Help Phone. The Winnipeg event drew hundreds of walkers and raised …

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Two separate fires investigated as arson
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Police say arson may be the cause of two fires on Redwood Avenue this weekend. Flames first broke out on Saturday morning around 3:00 a.m. Police say a box spring and chairs were lit, causing damage to the deck on the house. Two hours later, a second …

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Police on lookout for Henderson restaurant robbery suspects
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Winnipeg Police are on the lookout for a couple of suspects who held up a restaurant on Henderson Highway Saturday night.

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2 deaths on Roseau River First Nation unrelated, RCMP say
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A 30-year-old man has been charged with second degree murder in one of two deaths in Roseau River First Nation south of Winnipeg.

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Winnipeg firefighters battle side-by-side house fires
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Two homes in Winnipeg’s West Broadway neighbourhood went up in flames Sunday afternoon.

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Grant Park Pavilions; 1,000,000+ square foot infill development, centrally located in the heart of South Winnipeg
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Saw this new infill development project on the evening news and Googled some info on Grant Park Pavilions Edit: added news articles http://winnipeg.ctvnews.ca/walmart-first-tenant-of-grant-park-pavilions-1.1805413 http://www.winnipegfreepress.com/local/walmart-enters-grant-park-retail-fray-257773431.html submitted by soysource [link] [5 comments]

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Pulled this off of my dog. Is it a deer tick? Banana for scale.
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looking for a guy that works at the Tuxedo LC
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I am looking for a man that works at the Tuxedo LC. I am interested in a coffee date, every time I go in I hope to see him. He has tattoos and a beard. I am in my 20's and female. submitted by 2020vi [link] [4 comments]

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Kings to Play in RBC Cup
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The Dauphin Kings are headed for the RBC Cup. Dauphin bettered the Spruce Grove Saints 4-3 at the Western Canada Cup Sunday. The Kings – hosts of the Canadian Junior Hockey League tournament – fell 5-4 to the Yorkton Terriers in the WCC final Saturday, but rebounded for their next match at Credit Union Place. […]

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Rooming house fire damages neighbouring home
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A house fire filled downtown skies with plumes of smoke this afternoon. Firefighters were on scene on Spence Street as flames shot through the roof of the home. The fire started in a rooming house and spread to the home next door. "The flame was coming …

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Winnipeg TV Host Joins Goldeyes for Exhibition Game
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Winnipeg Goldeyes Logo WINNIPEG — A lifelong dream came true for local television personality Jeremy John on Sunday afternoon, as the recently-turned 40-year-old was given the birthday present of a one-day professional baseball contract with the …

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Sniff, swirl and sip for Special Olympics at Winnipeg Wine …
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The Winnipeg Wine Festival has grown to one of the largest in the country, with nearly 10000 people expected to tip a glass over the three-day event.

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