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Any advice? I feel the need to complain about one of my courses, just don't know how or if I should. [X post from /r/umanitoba]
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This jerkoff parked in the middle of a full parking lot at the Tim Horton's on St Mary's near Fermor with his engine running for 20 minutes.
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Guess what — your vote does matter
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OTTAWA — “My vote won’t make any difference.” It’s a common refrain among those who don’t bother to cast ballots in Canadian elections. But a new analysis of young non-voters in the last federal election suggests they should think again. If young people had

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Mulroney castigated Trudeau over Meech, newly released cabinet records show
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OTTAWA – Newly released cabinet records show Brian Mulroney lashed out at Pierre Trudeau and other Liberals for engaging in a betrayal of the country as the Meech Lake constitutional accord collapsed. During an evening cabinet meeting in Parliament Hill’s Centre Block, a dejected Mulroney

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Customs officers waiving duties, taxes on U.S. goods brought back by travellers
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OTTAWA – Canada’s border guards routinely waive taxes and duties on goods bought by travellers in the U.S., says a briefing note for the prime minister. The acknowledgment supports the suspicions of retailers that the Canada Border Services Agency is too lenient with cross-border shoppers,…

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Drawings, manuscripts by late Beatles star John Lennon are headed to NYC auction in June
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NEW YORK, N.Y. – John Lennon’s drawings and manuscripts are coming to auction. Sotheby’s says a collection of the late Beatles singer’s material will make up the “You Might Well Arsk” sale. The auction is scheduled for June 4 in New York. The items are being put up for sale by Tom Maschler, who

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Ukraine says air force commander held after base in Crimea stormed
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KIEV, Ukraine – A Ukrainian air force commander is being held after his base in Crimea was stormed by pro-Russian forces, and the acting president called for his release Sunday. Col. Yuliy Mamchur is the commander of the Belbek Air Force base near Sevastopol, which was taken over Saturday by

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Winnipeg school experiment goes out of this world
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WINNIPEG– Their school experiment went where no Canadian experiment has gone before – space. And now it has arrived safely back home. Three students from an Argyle Elementary school carefully examined the small package of yeast and green tea they …

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Photos show unpredictable nature of Winnipeg weather
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WINNIPEG – It's time for Greg MacKay's annual St. Patrick's Day weather photo, for which he may or may not don suitable footwear. When the temperature soared to an unseasonable 19.2 C on March 17, 2012, MacKay commemorated the event with a photo …

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Winnipeg police investigate woman's death
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WINNIPEG – Police are investigating a suspicious death at a Balmoral Avenue apartment block on Wednesday morning. Police said they went to the building to investigate a report of a sudden death and found a dead woman inside a residence. They've been …

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Police investigate attempted child abduction
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WINNIPEG – A young girl says a man tried to abduct her on a street in River Heights Wednesday morning. Police say it happened in the area of Arbuthnot Street and Warsaw Avenue just before 9 a.m.. The 11 year old girl told officers that “while walking …

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Second Manitoban diagnosed with measles
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Joel Trono-Doerksen said he was hit with the illness nearly two weeks ago. Since then he's been dealing with rashes on his face and body, a cough, sore gums and a high fever. “At first I thought it was just a normal cold, then it just sort of got much …

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Celebrity scene
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Call me anything… HAVING John Travolta butcher her name on live TV during the Oscar show early this month was the best thing that ever happened to singer Idina Menzel, I figure. If he’d said it properly, the world would have instantly, utterly forgotten her. But when he inexplicably

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Things to do
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Juno week I love a city-wide celebration, and Juno week starts now. Hundreds of Canadian artists are in Winnipeg performing at various venues across the city, culminating with the Juno Awards on March 30. Starting tonight, pick a venue and chances are you will see talented Canadians playing

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Poll
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Have you felt the pinch of the PST hike since it was introduced last year? Should the province build more jails? Yes, jail overcrowding is dangerous21% Yes, criminals should be kept locked up48% No, money is needed for other priorities30% Are you worried about the sinking Canadian

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Lotteries
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Lotto 6/49 Winning numbers Saturday were 3, 6, 12, 14, 25, 28. Bonus number was 36. The jackpot of $18,799,377.90 was won by 1 ticket. The guaranteed prize draw number for $1,000,000 was 00439621-02. Wednesday’s jackpot is estimated at $5,000,000. “Ø Western 649 Winning numbers Saturday

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Solid outing by Ward lifts Carolina over Winnipeg 3-2
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Ward stole a pair of goals from Winnipeg centre Bryan Little in the first period, beginning with a pad save during a Jets' two-man advantage and then displaying his quickness with a highlight-reel stick stop. Little was about to fire the puck into a …

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Province works to prevent measles outbreak
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the Manitoba Winter Games badminton tournament in Winkler March 7 and 8. – the 2014 Volleyball and Ice Time Sports 14-and-under tournament Saturday, March 8 at Monroe and John Henderson junior high schools in Winnipeg. – the University of Manitoba …

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Harsh winter takes its toll on Winnipeg's pipes, livestock
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… anywhere near the levels in the city. “For us, the abundance of … snow is a blessing, because it actually prevents the frost from going down, it's just a matter when we can get on the land,” Holtmann said. With reports from CTV Winnipeg's Cheryl …

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Winnipeg Leisure Guide registration begins Tuesday
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Registration for swimming lessons through the City of Winnipeg began Tuesday at 8:00 a.m. and registration for all other programming in the Spring/Summer Leisure Guide will start Wednesday. Registration for people who do not live in Winnipeg is delayed …

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Makeup-free selfie campaign spurs debate
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An online trend challenging how we define beauty has many Manitobans going without makeup. #NoMakeupSelfie involves posting a makeup-free selfie and then nominating a friend to do the same. Many think the campaign could help people embrace their …

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Convicted sex offender released from Headingley
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Winston George Thomas, 36, was released from Headingley Correctional Centre on Friday. Police say he is considered a high risk sex offender. In March 2007, Thomas and two other men met up with a woman in Winnipeg. The three men took her to a home, …

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Supreme Court will hear appeal for Derksen's alleged killer
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WINNIPEG – Three decades after the murder of Candace Derksen, the identity of her killer is once again in dispute. “My hope, our hope, it would be a done deal,” said Fred Derksen, Candace's father. “That would be great, but we're not hanging on that.”.

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Winnipeg police release sketch of child abduction suspect
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… Global News. Winnipeg police released this sketch of a man who grabbed a child and attempted to pull ;. Winnipeg police released this sketch of a man who grabbed a child and attempted to pull her down a street as she was walking to school Wednesday.

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Woman hit by bus downtown
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Manitoba analyzed sales tax hike before election
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WINNIPEG – The Manitoba government ran the numbers on a sales tax increase before the 2011 election — a campaign in which it promised not to raise the PST — but did not seriously consider it, Premier Greg Selinger said Friday. “It's standard practice …

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This time, I'm in ex-Bombers CEO's corner
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So does that mean Buchko could be returning to his old familiar role at CJOB, Power 97 and Groove FM? That's what I was wondering Sunday afternoon when I emailed Calgary-based Corus executive Garry McKenzie in hopes of verifying the rumour and …

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Man arrested in Winnipeg apartment death, sources say
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They were still investigating at the building at 247 Balmoral, between Portage Avenue and Broadway, on Wednesday. CJOB reported that a 43-year-old man was arrested in the case. Police said Wednesday that they are investigating while they wait for the …

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BC Lions quarterback Buck Pierce retires
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Pierce spent last season between the Lions and the Winnipeg Blue Bombers, throwing for 1,176 yards, five touchdowns and seven interceptions. Over nine seasons with Winnipeg and B.C., Pierce has thrown for 15,289 yards, 76 TDs and 63 interceptions.

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Wind Chill Warnings For Most Of Manitoba
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Environment Canada's Rob Paola says temperatures were forecast in the mid minus 30 range, and Winnipeg's low was forecast to be -36. However, he expected the worst of the cold weather to happen over this weekend and the temperature, with the mercury …

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Snow Squall Warning Ends But More Snow Expected
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Snow Squall Warning Ends But More Snow Expected. Winnipeg, MB, Canada / 680 CJOB – Winnipeg's News & Information Leader. CJOB Team Coverage. March 05, 2014 02:24 pm. An area of heavy snowfall combined with a gusty south wind moved across …

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Liquor Marts, Casinos to Accept Donations to Ukraine
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Manitoba Liquor and Lotteries Customers to any Manitoba Liquor Mart location and the Casinos of Winnipeg will be able to make a donation to the Ukrainian Canadian Congress beginning next week. Manitoba Liquor and Lotteries is collecting donations to …

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Vocalist Rayannah to Play Park Theatre
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Winnipeg vocalist Rayannah is the latest musician to perform in the Nu Sounds Series this weekend. Having appeared at the Winnipeg Jazz Festival as both a solo artist and as a member of Collage-à-trois, Rayannah's Pedal Project will fill the Park …

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Dinosaurs Returning to MTS Centre in the Fall
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Based on the award-winning BBC television series, the show highlights the species that ruled the Earth for 200 million years. “To make it appear that these creatures are flesh and blood weighing six, eight or even 20 tons, we use a system called …

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Man Dies Following Rollover on Highway 75
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RCMP Crest Logo A 70-year-old man has died following a single-vehicle crash just south of Ste. Agathe. RCMP say the vehicle was travelling on Highway 75 Monday morning when it rolled. The 67-year-old woman driving the car and the 70-year-old …

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Radio Station Turns Up Heat on Frozen Pipes
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A Winnipeg radio station is lending a hand to help citizens with frozen pipes to get their water flowing again. 92 CITI FM has partnered up with Shields Plumbing and Heating to give hundreds of Winnipeggers the chance to jump the frozen pipe thawing queue.

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Payback for frozen pipes sent back to administration for another look
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There's no specific time frame in sight for citizens waiting to find out if they'll be reimbursed the $305 bill they paid the city before Feb. 28 for thawing their frozen pipes. On Wednesday, Mayor Sam Katz's powerful executive policy committee voted …

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New trial in teen's death to be contested
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WINNIPEG – Canada's highest court will hear arguments over a new trial that was ordered for a man convicted of tying up a Manitoba teenager and leaving her to freeze to death in a storage shed 30 years ago. In October, the Manitoba Court of Appeal …

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