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Need Help With School Project… Gonna give a tour of Bank of Montreal need some facts or history
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Hey guys I'm gonna give a bank of Montreal tour tomorrow in front of 40 people and there isn't much on the internet so I was wondering if Reddit can help me out and give me facts or some history behind the bank of Montreal. The bank is on 335 main st (old architecture) submitted […]

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Looking for a good massage therapist in Winnipeg
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I've been seeing the same person for about 5-6 months now and so far it seems as though things have gotten more-so worse than good. Last appointment I had with her I guess she just came from having a cigarette and she reaked like it when she was doing my massage. It was awful and […]

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Nearing 10-year anniversary, Winnipeg mayor Katz's "legacy is one of disappointing Winnipeg"
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Manitoba RCMP – Protecting us all from unarmed, naked showering women.
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To the best bookstore in Winnipeg:
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Great Manitoba Portage Takes on Esplanade Riel
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The Downtown Winnipeg BIZ team stretches before the Great Manitoba Portage on Saturday, May 24, 2014. (TED GRANT / CHRISD.CA). Great Manitoba Portage. Team YMCA (TED GRANT / CHRISD.CA). The inaugural Great Manitoba Portage raised funds …

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More Manitobans Recycling Than Ever Before: Recycle Everywhere
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Data from the Canadian Beverage Container Recycling Association (CBCRA) shows in 2013, the annual recovery rate for recycled containers jumped from 53 percent in 2012 to 61 percent last year. “That's a lot of empty bottles, cans, cartons and juice …

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Woman alleges RCMP pulled her from shower, left her naked during house search
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WINNIPEG — A Manitoba woman is suing RCMP officers who she claims pulled her from a shower during a search of her home and left her shivering naked in her kitchen. The woman alleges in a lawsuit filed last week that she has been left with …

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Winnipeg police looking for bystander who intervened in fatal domestic dispute
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WINNIPEG — Winnipeg police are looking for a bystander who intervened in a domestic dispute that led to a man's death. Police say Marlon Laronde and a woman were arguing in a restaurant parking lot earlier this month when the bystander intervened, …

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Removing geese eggs from nests along Kenaston draws more debate
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Some people are unhappy after the Urban Goose Working Group removed 1,547 eggs from geese nests along Kenaston Boulevard in Winnipeg. Others said the move is needed to protect motorists. The UGWG formed in 2011 to tackle spots where geese …

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Unlicensed marijuana lounge operating on Main Street
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An unlicensed marijuana smoking lounge has been operating in the 1400 block of Main Street in Winnipeg for more than two weeks. Former Winnipeg police officer Bill VanderGraff is one of three directors of Vapes on Main, a business he calls a medical …

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Document shows city at risk of 'legal and financial liability' over fire hall …
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The fire hall scandal that rocked city hall could cost taxpayers even more. Last year, an audit concluded developer Shindico was given preferential treatment in the bidding process to build new fire stations. The project went millions over budget and …

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Winnipeg neon brothers take restoration skills to TV …
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Mike and Joe Wolchock, Winnipeg brothers and owners of the Neon Factory, are featured in HGTV's series Buy It, Fix It, Sell It, premiering Friday night.

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Human rights museum wins two awards | Home | Winnipeg …
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The Canadian Institute of Steel Construction has declared Winnipeg's human rights museum to be award-worthy.

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Hockey Winnipeg still mum on plan to put girl's team on ice …
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Winnipeg Ice Hockey Winnipeg representatives stated their case to have the Winnipeg Ice take a one-year leave of absence at the Manitoba Female Midget Hockey League's AGM in Portage on Saturday. The move would …

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Teen performs indecent act in front of women – Winnipeg Sun
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Teen performs indecent act in front of women. 0. WINNIPEG SUN. First posted: Monday, May 26, 2014 10:49 AM CDT. 100 Burland Ave. map (Google Maps image). Article. Tweet. Change text size for the story; Print this story. Report an error.

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Should marijuana be legalized in Canada?
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As part of Corus radio’s #canadianstalk, we continued the discussion on The Nighthawk with Ernie Blackmon, a master grower for RiverRockDenver and President of United Canabis Corp..  Blackmon tells us that the transition from legalized medical to legalized recreational use hasn’t had the “sky is falling” effect many opponents of the law had predicted.  A […]

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Sioux City Spoils Goldeyes Home Opener
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The Sioux City Explorers held off a late charge from the Winnipeg Goldeyes to claim a 6-5 win in Winnipeg Monday night in the Goldeyes home opener. The Explorers jumped out to an early lead with three runs in the first two innings and they extended that lead out to a five-run advantage by the […]

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Woman accuses RCMP of yanking her from shower during search
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The RCMP are being sued by a Winnipeg woman who claims that officers pulled her out of a shower and held her naked in the kitchen during a search of her home in 2012.

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Tornado hits trailers at North Dakota worker camp
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A tornado severely damaged about 15 trailers housing workers in North Dakota’s oil patch on Monday evening, says the U.S. National Weather Service.

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Change Winnipeg rapid transit line to light rail, say councillors
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Two Winnipeg city councillors, including a mayoral hopeful, are asking their colleagues to consider replacing the city’s entire bus rapid transit system with light rail.

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Man dead after scuffle in McDonald's parking lot
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Police are investigating the city’s latest homicide, a domestic incident that turned deadly in Winnipeg’s inner city last week.

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Victoria Cross medals of Valour Road WWI vets on display at Manitoba Museum
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The Manitoba Museum will be displaying the original Victoria Cross medals awarded to three First World War soldiers who lived on the same street. The medals, which are from the Canadian War Museum, will be displayed in the foyer of the museum from Aug. 6, almost 100 years from the day Canada

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Home-care worker sentenced for theft caught on senior's spy cam
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A former Winnipeg home-care worker has been sentenced to two years probation for stealing money from an elderly client’s purse in an incident that was caught on a hidden video camera. Myrna Jacqueline McDougall, 54, appeared in court Monday morning after pleading guilty to theft. She

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Attempts to derail bus-rapid transit corridor will fail, predicts Mayor Katz
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Efforts to derail the completion of Winnipeg’s first dedicated bus corridor will fail, predicts Mayor Sam Katz. Katz said he doesn’t believe there is support on council for two last-minute initiatives: one to stop building the bus corridor until voters pass judgment on the plan in a

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Bystander Sought After Man Dies Following Fight
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Police tape secures the scene at a McDonald's in the 1000 block of Notre Dame Avenue on May 18, 2014 after a man was seriously assaulted and later died. (SHAWN McLEOD PHOTO). Winnipeg police are seeking to speak with a bystander who came …

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Former Winnipeg cop helps open city's first pot lounge
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A former Winnipeg police officer who's been a loud advocate for the legalization of drugs since hanging up the badge has helped opened the city's first medical marijuana lounge. Bill Vandergraaf told Metro he wants to give those, like him, who are …

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Document says city at risk of 'legal and financial liability' over fire hall …
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The fire hall scandal that rocked Winnipeg city hall could cost taxpayers even more. Last year, an audit concluded developer Shindico was given preferential treatment in the bidding process to build new fire stations. The project went millions over …

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Impaired driving charge laid for fatal snowmobile crash
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Mounties in Manitoba have charged a man following a fatal snowmobile accident. RCMP said a 28-year-old man died when two snowmobiles crashed near Rainbow Beach in January. Erlender Sigurdson of Dauphin faces one count of impaired driving …

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1500 geese eggs removed from nests along Kenaston
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Some people are unhappy after the Urban Goose Working Group removed 1,547 eggs from geese nests along Kenaston Boulevard in Winnipeg. Others said the move is needed to protect motorists. The UGWG formed in 2011 to tackle spots where geese …

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Students around the world watch surgery in Winnipeg
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Approximately 1,000 high school students from around the world watched a live surgery in Winnipeg on Monday. The surgery was streamed from the operating room of the Pan Am Clinic in Winnipeg. A doctor worked on a 29-year-old man with an ACL injury.

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Hundreds of trees set for removal due to fungus in Winnipeg
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Black knot fungus continues to infect Schubert Chokecherry trees, a popular species in Winnipeg. It strangles branches, blocking the flow of water and nutrients. This year, the city is spending half a million dollars to remove and replant 600 Schubert …

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Two plead guilty in fatal Sagkeeng beating
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Two Sagkeeng First Nation men have pleaded guilty to manslaughter for brutally beating a man to death in an argument over money. Eugene Fontaine, 41, was pronounced dead by paramedics inside a garden shed behind a home on the reserve early on Oct. 31, 2011. He had suffered major physical

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Woman sues Mounties after officers remove her from shower during search
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A Manitoba woman is suing a group of RCMP officers, claiming they caused her trauma after yanking her out of her shower during a search of her home and holding her in custody, naked, in her kitchen as they went about their work. The woman is now seeking financial compensation from six individual

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Good Samaritan sought after parking-lot dispute kills man
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A Winnipeg man who came to the aid of a woman being attacked outside a McDonald’s is now being sought by police after his intervention had deadly consequences. Police say the “Good Samaritan” took off before they arrived at the scene last Sunday evening in the 1000 block of

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Police Investigate Suspicious Death in MacGregor
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Details are minimal in the press release Mounties sent out shortly before 1 p.m. on Tuesday, but a report from the community says police tape has been up around an area high school since this morning. MacGregor is about 130 km west of Winnipeg just …

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May 24, 2014 : News Releases : Winnipeg.ca
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Winnipeg, MB – Motorists are advised that both southbound lanes on the west side of Garry Street from Portage Avenue to Graham Avenue are closed due to a water main break. Additionally, the northbound curb lane of St.

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Curtain seals off Winnipeg Beach Harbour for zebra mussel …
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Winnipeg Beach Harbour will be sealed off Friday before about 68000 litres of potash are dumped into the lake in an effort to eradicate zebra mussels.

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