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Monday fire was deliberately set: police
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Authorities confirmed today that the cause of a blaze that destroyed one home under construction and spread to three others was deliberately set fire. Winnipeg police released the finding Tuesday, following the long weekend fire. “This investigation is continuing by members of the Arson

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Smith announces $7.5M in federal support for UNICEF health-ed project
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Joy Smith, MP for Kildonan-St. Paul, announced Tuesday that the Canadian government will give $7.5 million in funding to a UNICEF health education initiative in developing countries. The funding will support the Water, Sanitation and Hygiene in Schools for Girls (WinS for Girls) project which

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Driver pleads guilty in fatal crash
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A Winnipeg man has taken responsibility for a drunken smashup on McPhillips Street in 2013 that killed a senior citizen. Adam Langan, 30, has pleaded guilty in provincial court to impaired driving causing the death of Doreen Chaikowski, 71, around 5 p.m. on Aug. 24. Langan’s recent guilty plea…

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LIVE: Drug court | Manitoba | News | Winnipeg Sun
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The television cameras are back on today at the Law Courts Building.

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Bombers sign former Detroit Lion running back Kevin Smith …
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The Winnipeg Blue Bombers have added some NFL experience to their backfield.

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Who's Winnipeg's best radio DJ? | Upcoming | Your Winnipeg
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Who do you tune in for? If the poll isn't displaying correctly, click here. About Your Winnipeg: In 2014, the Winnipeg Sun is on a mission to find the 100 best things in Winnipeg — and we need your help. Every week, we will …

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Three nabbed in shooting, bear-spraying – Winnipeg Sun
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Winnipeg Sun. First posted: Tuesday, May 20, 2014 11:27 AM CDT. broadway and young. Article. Tweet. Change text size for the story; Print this story. Report an error. One man was shot, another bear-sprayed, in West Broadway Tuesday …

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What cheap restaurants are open today?
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Just looking for somewhere to go and recover from the weekend submitted by Butt_Bugles_Beta [link] [7 comments]

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Something that can seriously benefit The Red River
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submitted by BirdmanGorilla [link] [8 comments]

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Drinking alcohol in parks
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I'm planning on having a picnic date this weekend in the park (any good suggestions by the way? We went to Assiniboine last week, I was thinking St Vital park). Does anybody know how strict the law/regulation is on drinking alcohol in parks? I was thinking of bringing a bottle of wine and be really […]

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Man shot in Winnipeg’s West Broadway neighbourhood
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One man was shot and another sustained injuries from being sprayed with bear mace Tuesday morning in Winnipeg’s West Broadway neighbourhood.

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Rare footage released of 1939 royal visit to Winnipeg
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Never-before-seen film footage of 1939 royal visit to Winnipeg by King George VI and Queen Elizabeth has been released by the University of Manitoba.

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Manitoba stiffens fines for real estate agents
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Real estate agents in Manitoba could face stiff fines and have disciplinary action against them posted online if they don’t adhere to a code of conduct in proposed legislation.

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Your thoughts: Are we telling the stories that matter to you?
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You’ve given us some candid, direct feedback about CBC News: Winnipeg and whether we’re telling the stories that matter to you. John Bertrand, the managing director at CBC Manitoba, shares some of your thoughts.

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Driver died in crash wasn’t wearing seatbelt, RCMP say
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RCMP said a man who died in a two-vehicle collision Monday north of Winnipeg was not wearing a seatbelt.

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Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers coming to Winnipeg
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Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers are free falling into Winnipeg. The classic rock outfit announced a stop at the MTS Centre Tuesday as they tour North American in support of their upcoming album, Hypnotic Eye, due out July 29. The band and special guest …

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Winnipeg police catch up with West Broadway shooting suspects after car chase
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Three men are in police custody after a man was shot and another peppered with bear spray in the West Broadway neighbourhood early Tuesday. But the suspects didn't give up without a chase. Cops were called to a home in the 200 block of Young Street …

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Farmers' Market returns to Manitoba Hydro Place Plaza
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The Downtown Winnipeg Farmers' Market is returning next month. After launching last summer, the Downtown Winnipeg BIZ and partners will once again set up the market at Manitoba Hydro Place Plaza every Thursday starting June 5. “Farmers' markets not …

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In Tune With Manitoba: Indicator Indicator
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WINNIPEG – Indicator Indicator, fronted by Sandy Taronno, has been quite successful since they began releasing music together in 2012. One of the highlights for the band so far has been the success of their music video This Place is a Factory, which …

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Manitoba moves to cap realty commissions, enforce code of conduct, hike fines
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WINNIPEG — Real-estate agents in Manitoba could face stiff fines and have disciplinary action against them posted online if they don't adhere to a code of conduct in proposed legislation. The NDP government tabled a bill Tuesday that would also give …

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Cindy Klassen taking year off from long-track speed skating to focus on studies
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Six-time Olympic medallist Cindy Klassen of Winnipeg will take one year off long-track speed skating, and decide next season whether she wants continue with the sport. In a statement, the 33-year-old Klassen said she will focus on her studies at the …

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Seven Charged in Manitoba for Alleged Drug Trafficking
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RCMP Crest Logo Two search warrants executed in Sandy Bay First Nation and Amaranth, Manitoba has resulted in several people being charged with drug-related offences. RCMP carried out the raids last Friday at a home in the 200 block of Centre Road …

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Downtown Winnipeg Farmers' Market Returning
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After a successful preview market in March following last season's popular run, the market will set up every Thursday from June 5 to October 9. “Farmers' markets not only help support the local economy, they reduce transportation costs and food waste …

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Rare Footage Released of Royal Visit to Winnipeg in 1939
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Rare never-before-seen footage of a Royal visit to Winnipeg in 1939 has been released by the University of Manitoba. King George VI and Queen Elizabeth travelled by train across the country when they arrived on May 24, 1939 to a greeting of an …

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LIVE: Cameras Return to Manitoba Courts
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Cameras are rolling again today in a Manitoba courtroom as drugs and weapons charges are dealt with on the docket. Seven people will appear in front of a judge as the Crown and lawyers for the accused make submissions to the court. It's the third time …

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Tougher Rules to Protect Home Buyers, Sellers in Manitoba
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House For Sale The Manitoba government is proposing legislation that would better protect home buyers and sellers in the province. Meant to ensure transparency and fair service, a code of conduct would guide responsible services and avoid …

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PUB Considering Hydro Projects & Rate Increases
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The Consumers Association of Canada is going to recommend planned Hydro projects be delayed while alternatives are considered. Closing arguments are underway before Manitoba’s Public Utilities Board on Manitoba Hydro’s plan to build two dams in Northern Manitoba and an Intertie between Southern Manitoba and the United States. Gloria Desorcy of the Consumers Association tells 680 […]

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Evacuated Seniors Settling In
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All went well in the transfer of over 100 residents of Golden West Centennial Lodge in Winnipeg.. to three other personal care homes nearby. A water-main break resulted in a flooded basement in the School Road building Monday morning. Executive Director Joyce Kristjansson tells 680 CJOB both staff and residents handled the relocation well: “Obviously we’ve […]

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New legislation would protect home buyers, sellers: Lemieux
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The Selinger government wants to modernize the rules governing the province’s real estate industry — establishing a code of conduct for agents and hiking penalties for transgressors. Under a bill tabled Tuesday in the legislature, prospective home buyers and sellers would be able to

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Cameras return to court room today at 2 p.m.
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A Winnipeg drug and weapons docket is set to be broadcast live from court this afternoon. Members of the public will get a glimpse inside the provincial hearings as part of a unique pilot project. There are currently seven cases scheduled for hearing, beginning at 2 p.m. Crown and defence

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PM in town along with royal visitors
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Prime Minister Stephen Harper and his wife Laureen will visit Winnipeg on Wednesday morning to join with the visiting royals, it was announced this morning. The itinerary for the Prince Charles and his wife, Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall, who arrive in Winnipeg tonight, did not previously include

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U of M archives release never-seen-before footage of earlier Royal visit
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Prince Charles and his wife Camilla will be photographed by every possible device imaginable — but for the very first time, University of Manitoba is making available never-before-seen old-fashioned newsreel camera film footage of a much earlier Royal Visit. On May 24, 1939, King George VI

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GTA 5 Online Invincible Paralyzing Glitch (Funny Moments, Messing w/ Random People)
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Leave a Like if you enjoyed the vid! Thanks for the support :] New Spreadshirt Shops: US Shop – http://vanossgaming.spreadshirt.com/ UK Shop – http://vanossgaming-uk.spreadshirt.co.uk/ EU…

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Wab Kinew considers run for Assembly of First Nations chief
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A Winnipeg-based journalist and activist is mulling taking on the most visible post within Canada's aboriginal organizations. Wab Kinew, currently director of indigenous inclusion at the University of Winnipeg and a correspondent for Al-Jazeera's Fault …

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Arson unit continues to investigate Jefferson blaze; police call for tips
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Winnipeg police are calling for tips from the public in a blaze that damaged four houses on Jefferson Avenue on the weekend. The arson strike unit is investigating the fire in the 100 block of Jefferson Avenue. The fire started in a house under …

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In Pictures: Blaze consumes church in Starbuck
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Prince Charles and the Duchess of Cornwall greet fans in Charlottetown while attending events around the city on Day 2 of their visit to Canada. Fire crews were on scene at a church in the community southwest of Winnipeg on May …

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Arson unit investigates Jefferson blaze; police call for public's help
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Winnipeg police are calling for tips from the public in a blaze that damaged four houses on Jefferson Avenue on the weekend. The arson strike unit is investigating the fire in the 100 block of Jefferson Avenue. The fire started in a house under …

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Now You're Cooking: Grilled salmon with star anise honey glaze
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Salmon fillet – 2. Salt & pepper – To taste. Canola oil – As needed. Cold water – 1/2 cup. Honey – 1/4 cup. star anise, whole – 3. Soy sauce – 1 tbsp. Sesame oil – 1 tsp. Oil the salmon and season it with salt & pepper. Place it on the BBQ. While […]

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