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Feds appeal ruling that gives medical marijuana growers a temporary reprieve
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OTTAWA – The federal government will contest an injunction that allows people to continue to grow medical marijuana while a full legal challenge plays out in the courts. It is the latest salvo in a series of legal actions over how the government administers its medical pot program. Earlier this

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No reprieve from frozen waterlines
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While the winter just won’t end, neither will the onslaught of frozen water pipes on Winnipeg properties. New statistics released by the City of Winnipeg on Monday showed that there were 23 new reports of frozen water pipes since Saturday. The total is 2,282 reports of frozen pipes this

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Good Samaritans help win over windrows
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Susan McVarish could hardly believe it when her phone rang Monday morning and a complete stranger told her he was coming over to chop through the solid, ice-chunked windrows covering her North Kildonan boulevard path and blocking her garage. She had called the city’s 311 line twice over…

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Bachman-Turner Overdrive in joking mood after receiving Juno Awards honour
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WINNIPEG – The relationship between Bachman-Turner Overdrive's four core members was once so frosty, the band couldn't even agree long enough to be inducted into the Canadian Music Hall of Fame. Well, that long-awaited honour finally came at …

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Tegan and Sara win 3 Junos at Winnipeg ceremony
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Tegan and Sara won three Juno awards at Sunday night's Winnipeg ceremony, taking home trophies for single of the year for Closer as well as best group and best pop album. Serena Ryder and Arcade Fire each won two awards, with Ryder winning artist …

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Photos: 2014 Juno Awards Red Carpet | canada.com
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Members of the band the Sheepdogs arrive on the red carpet during the Juno Awards in Winnipeg, Sunday, March 30, 2014. THE CANADIAN PRESS/John Woods. Juno Awards 20140330. Adonis Puentes arrives on the red …

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Chilly Winnipeg gives ET Canada red-carpet reporter the warm …
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ET Canada's Erin Cebula, here for the Junos, blogs about her tour of Winnipeg sights – the legislature, the human rights museum, Slurpees and perogies.

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Winnipeg's quality of life improving overall, with critical areas for …
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WINNIPEG—March 27, 2014–Winnipeg is improving or staying the same in 11 out of 16 key indicators but losing ground for five key indicators highlighted in a city-wide check-up that looks at everything from core housing …

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UPDATED: 5:45PM Snowfall, Blizzard Warnings, I-29 Closed
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Photos of snow in Grand Forks, North Dakota (Steve Dubois) Weather Warnings Driving conditions in the southern part of Manitoba and into North Dakota are not good because of high winds and heavy snow.   Steve Dubois of Winnipeg, who was on his way back from to Winnipeg from Minneapolis when the highway was closed […]

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Brothels to Brawls…
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The latest Insightrix Research Poll conducted for 680CJOB asked Manitobans whether prostitution should be legalized in Canada. Poll results showed a slight majority (54%) opposed the idea, while just over 30% support the legalization. This both a timely & sensitive matter as the Federal Government has until the end of the year to introduce a […]

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Parents with NHL dreams turn to unregulated 'outlaw' hockey teams
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Children’s hockey programs are winding down for the season, but the lucrative business of unregulated spring teams is just kicking off — sparking debate about whether kids should be playing year-round, and if the pricey leagues are worth it.

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Experts believe coaches, parents need to take a step back
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Those involved in overseeing aspects of sport in Manitoba seem exasperated after another violent incident at a minor hockey game took place on the weekend.

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Animal abusers Peter and Judith Chernecki appealing sentences
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A Gull Lake couple convicted in what animal welfare officials called the worst case of animal hoarding they have ever seen are appealing their sentences.

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Spring flood unlikely for most of Manitoba
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Despite enduring one of the worst winters in the province’s history, the potential for spring flooding remains near normal in most parts of Manitoba.

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Garden City-area home shot up
                            
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Police are investigating after a Garden City-area home was shot up early Monday morning.

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Pair of men creep out girls in Valley Gardens
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Police are on the lookout for a pair of men who creeped out a pair of young girls in Valley Gardens on Friday.

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New partnership to bring first-run films to Manitoba First Nations
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First Nations in Manitoba will be the first to experience portable “pop-up” movie theatres that will screen both first-run films, such as The Lego Movie and Divergent, as well as aboriginal films. A partnership between Bandwidth Digital Releasing Inc., and the Adam Beach Film

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Trapped by windrows, woman says
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SUSAN McVarish is trapped on her East Kildonan property due to windrows of hard-packed ice chunks covering her pathway to the street and another blocking her garage. The 64-year-old called 311 to ask fo the city’s help cutting through the metre-high windrow on the boulevard in front of her

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Zoo Admission Higher Tuesday April 1st
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Visits to the Assiniboine Park Zoo will cost you more starting Tuesday, April 1st. Admission for adults will rise from $8.50, to $10.75. Prices go up for seniors, youths and children too.  You can still buy a yearly family pass, but that’s going up from $115  to $189. The price of admission will rise again when […]

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UPDATE: WFPS Crews Attend Two Afternoon House Fires
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Damage is estimated in excess of 100-thousand dollars in a St. Vital house fire this afternoon on Hastings Boulevard near Dunkirk. The Winnipeg Fire-Paramedic Service was called to the fire which may have started in a closet. While characterized as a small fire, it caused a lot of smoke. There were no injuries. A 12-year old […]

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5 things to watch for in Jets date with the Ducks
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The Winnipeg Jets cap off their three-game swing through California with a game against the Anaheim Ducks at the Honda Center Monday night.

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Winnipeg arts supporter wins Governor General Award
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Many arts groups in Winnipeg couldn’t survive without one woman – Jean Giguère.

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New North End guide pinpoints where to buy healthy eats
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A new program has launched in the North End to help families find healthy food in areas where grocery stores are scant.

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Congolese refugee sisters build music career in Winnipeg
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A group of sisters who escaped a deadly civil war have turned their difficult past into success as singers in Winnipeg.

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Oh hey look we're the #1 post on /r/todayIlearned right now
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For our Slurpree prowess. At least it's not "TIL that Winnipeg's professional football team has not won a championship since 1990 despite only playing in an 8 (now 9) team league" submitted by chemicalxv [link] [comment]

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School recycling teams deserve cheers for their work
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I have a newfound appreciation for recycling teams, like the one at Sisler High School. Before spending time with a few of the students on the school's Recycling Team and Lauren Sawchuk , the energetic teacher in charge of the group, I didn't give much …

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Forecasters say latest flood outlook is positive
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WINNIPEG– Despite massive amounts of snow still on the ground, flood forecasters expect high water will not be a significant issue in southern Manitoba this spring. The second flood outlook of the season predicts a normal levels. “We may or may not …

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Province expects little flooding if weather co-operates
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Highway 75 should stay open and the rest of southern Manitoba should see little in spring flood flooding, the province said today. So little in fact the Red River floodway around Winnipeg may not be used and same goes with the Portage Diversion that empties in Lake Manitoba. Both diversions

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Stonewall hockey coach shocked by 'level of disrespect'
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It’s the latest incident of on-ice violence that has put minor hockey league in the public spotlight. Now one of the coaches who had a bird’s eye view of Sunday’s melee in Stonewall says stiff sanctions are needed to send the message that this sort of conduct won’t be…

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Storm closes I-29 to Grand Forks
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If you were planning to head down south for some cross-border shopping today, think again. The North Dakota department of transportation and the state highway patrol have closed the northbound and southbound lanes of I-29 from Grand Forks to the Canadian border. Falling and blowing snow have

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Last time Jets will face Teemu
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ANAHEIM – Winnipeg Jets fans will get a chance to share some good memories tonight as they watch their team play one of their heroes for a final time. The Jets meet Teemu Selanne’s Anaheim Ducks tonight (9 p.m., Jets on TSN, TSN 1290) for likely the last time in a relationship that

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Volunteers ease 30,000 cases of tax-form fear
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Vaibhav Saija emigrated from India just five months ago, but already he’s had a quintessentially Canadian experience — tax-return dread. Fear of the forms propelled Saija and his wife, Mamta, into the basement of a downtown government building last week, where a team of volunteer tax experts,

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Roseau River woes head to courtroom again
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ROSEAU River First Nation is headed back to court. After three years without a single dispute spilling into the province’s courts, the Ojibwa First Nation known for its internal political struggles will be back before a judge. This time, a band councillor and elder contend the current chief and

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Players pummel hockey official
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An official is the latest victim of the sometimes ugly face of minor hockey violence. Players kicked and punched the linesman while he was lying on the ice during an Interlake bantam minor hockey playoff game in Stonewall on Sunday afternoon. The game, which saw the Stonewall Blues take the

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The weather gods are angry – more snow on the way, Winnipeg
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Environment Canada has issued a winter storm warning for the last day of March, meaning March came in like a lion…. and is going out like a lion. The national weather service issued the warning in the wee hours of Sunday …

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The Royal Half Gameday: Winnipeg Jets – Los Angeles Kings | News
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Disclaimer – The contents of this page have not been reviewed or endorsed by the Los Angeles Kings Hockey Club. All opinions expressed by The Royal Half are solely (and most likely) his own and do not reflect the opinions …

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Car crashes, ends up on top of snowbank Sunday afternoon
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Winnipeg winter water gun fight
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Taking the hot water, cold air experiment to the next level, we take part in a good old fashioned Winnipeg winter water gun fight. Note: Video has wrong date…

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