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Townhouse fire in Surrey leaves three people in hospital
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A middle-aged man suffered second degree burns, while the woman and a next-door neighbour were sent to hospital to be treated for smoke inhalation. 

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Calgary Paralympian credits CADS for kick-starting her career
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Paralympian Alana Ramsay found her freedom on the ski hill when she was just six years old, after having a stroke.

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Former Winnipeg broadcaster Steve Vogelsang found fit to stand trial
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A former Winnipeg broadcaster and journalism instructor has been found fit to stand trial in Alberta, according to his lawyer Greg White.

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One man dead after Sunday's 'intense' fire in downtown Kenora, Ont.
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The director of the Fellowship Centre in Kenora, Ont., says it was a “sombre morning” in the community on Monday as it mourns the death of a local man in a fire in the downtown core on Sunday.

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Missing Lac du Bonnet man found safe: RCMP
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RCMP in Lac Du Bonnet, Man. say a man missing since Feburary has been safely located. 

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Police officers assaulted in separate incidents Saturday
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Police officers were assaulted in three separate incidents on Saturday with three individuals facing numerous charges. In one of the incidents, officers spotted a Dodge Caravan being operated erratically in the area of Ellice Avenue and McGee Street just before midnight on Saturday. When the vehicle finally came to an abrupt stop, officers approached the […]

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SNAPSHOTS: Hendricks happy to have chance to contribute with Jets
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LOS ANGELES — When Matt Hendricks was re-acquired by the Winnipeg Jets at the trade deadline, he knew there were no guarantees that he would ever get a spot in the lineup. The rugged 37-year-old forward was brought back to provide leadership and a locker-room presence more than anything and he was fully prepared to […]

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Jets grind out win over Kings, increase lead atop Central Division
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LOS ANGELES — This wasn’t exactly a masterpiece by the Winnipeg Jets but they’ll take real points over style points any day. The Jets skated to a workmanlike 3-2 win over the basement-dwelling Los Angeles Kings Monday night at the Staples Centre and, in the process, increased their lead atop the Central Division to three […]

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Letters: March 19, 2019
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Salaries don’t add up Re: “Top WSD superintendents make $266k,” Hal Anderson March 15. It’s comical the Winnipeg School Division is asking the minister for an apology. I could go into any school district and easily identify spending abuses. Old attitude, if you have a budget spend it or lose it. Why was Anderson’s questioning […]

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Funding, staff woes put Manitoba Riding for the Disabled Association on hiatus
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A therapeutic horseback riding program for children living with disabilities has been forced to go on hiatus while it searches for a new executive director and more volunteers. The Manitoba Riding …

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Indigenous-issues columnist, trio who revealed depth of meth crisis among Canada's best
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The Winnipeg Free Press has secured two nominations for the prestigious 2018 National Newspaper Awards. Columnist Niigaan Sinclair was nominated in the best columns category. Jessica Botelho-Urbanski, Melissa Martin and Katie May …

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Public consultations begin on new Île-aux-Tourtes Bridge
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At the public consultations, residents can fill out digital surveys, see presentations about the current plans and speak directly with Transport Quebec officials.

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Does anyone know what stores are open 24 hours or are open late in Winnipeg?
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I would like to maybe go out some where late and want to know what’s open, you know to wonder around a Walmart at like 3am or just browse submitted by /u/wu8c129 [link] [comments]

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Multiple Winnipeg police officers assaulted in less than 24 hours over the weekend
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Several Winnipeg police officers were assaulted on the job in less than 24 hours on Saturday, police say, including some with weapons and others with a vehicle.

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Spring flood could be worse than 2009, province says
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The province is preparing for a spring flood expected to be worse than 2009, after massive snow storms fell across the northern United States and the Red River Valley.

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Former sexually exploited youth says report into Tina Fontaine's death misses the mark
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In a report released last week into the 2014 death of Tine Fontaine, Manitoba’s advocate for children and youth says the province should look at lengthening the number of days it can lock up at risk children. One survivor says lock up isn’t the answer and that will do way more harm by re victimizing […]

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Opposition blocks Manitoba government from passing several government bills
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The Manitoba government has been forced to temporarily shelve several pieces of legislation.

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Brokenhead school closed after car strikes gym
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Sergeant Tommy Prince School at Brokenhead Brokenhead Ojibway Nation has been closed indefinitely, after a car reportedly hit a patch of ice, careening into its gymnasium before leaving the scene …

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After latest review on lead in soil, province plans further study
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After receiving a new environmental assessment on lead in soil levels in the Weston and Point Douglas neighbourhoods in January, the provincial government plans to do another study of the …

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Feds eye closing border loophole
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OTTAWA — Opposition MPs are raising questions about a Liberal proposal to send border-crossing asylum-seekers back to the United States. “Both countries must be realizing the current agreement isn’t working,” said …

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Gay couple's lawsuit claims ex-business partners, others behind ruinous 'catfishing'
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Alleging they’re under attack online by Winnipeggers pretending to be them and sending out hateful, threatening messages to members of the LGBTTQ* community, a gay immigrant couple is fighting back. On …

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'Officers are literally working around the clock'
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Winnipeg’s 2019 homicide count rose to 10 over St. Patrick’s Day weekend after two men were killed in separate incidents, continuing a busy year for the investigators tasked with solving …

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Indigenous coalition alarmed about child advocate's push to 'secure' at-risk youths
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When 15-year-old Tina Fontaine was trying to survive on Winnipeg streets in the summer of 2014, none of the city’s Indigenous programs that focus on ending child sexual exploitation knew …

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Elizabeth Warren backs eliminating the electoral college
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Elizabeth Warren said the electoral college didn’t exactly show the “sign of a healthy democracy” when Donald Trump beat Hillary Clinton, who took 3 million more votes.

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Union head praises Blue Jays for raising minor league pay by half
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Union head Tony Clark lauded the Toronto Blue Jays on Monday for giving minor league players a 50 per cent raise, and he hopes other clubs do the same.

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Paintings by Indigenous artist Alex Janvier unveiled in Alberta legislature
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‘Sunrise and Sunset,’ a diptych by Indigenous artist Alex Janvier, was unveiled in the Alberta legislature on Monday.

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New Zealand prepares to bury victims from Christchurch mosque shootings
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Bodies of the victims of the Christchurch mosque shootings were being washed and prepared for burial in a Muslim ritual process,

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Flin Flon's new emergency room opening in April
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Flin Flon is about to open an emergency department that is eight and a half times larger than the current space. 

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2 community groups taking over 4 Manitoba Housing properties
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Tenants at four Manitoba Housing properties will soon have a new landlord once the Crown corporation transfers day-to-day management to two community groups.

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Letters: March 18, 2019
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Drawing the line I’ve done a lot of work in amateur theatre. The funniest thing I ever heard was from an actor new to theatre. Bless her heart for her innocence and naivete when during rehearsal she asked, “Where will you be standing during the play if I forget what to say and ask for […]

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NDP continues stall tactics in legislature
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The Opposition NDP delayed the business of the legislature with procedural motions for a second consecutive day, preventing the Pallister government from introducing legislation. On Friday and Monday, the NDP raised ……

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Heavy snow across the border forces province to revise flood forecast along Red
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Recent heavy snows in the northern United States have caused the provincial government to upgrade the expected severity of this spring’s flood along the Red River. On Monday, the Hydrologic Forecast …

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3 charged after armed robbery reported in Huntsville
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Huntsville OPP say on Friday at around 1:20 a.m., two suspects were seen entering a business on King William Street.

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‘Tiny homes’ provide shelter, job skills for central Alberta First Nation
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After six months of hard work, eleven students officially graduated from a tiny home building program on the Montana First Nation in central Alberta.

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Lindsay woman killed in weekend crash off County Road 36 near Bobcaygeon
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Police say a car left the road and struck a hydro pole.

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Manitoba expanding dialysis treatment
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The province is expanding dialysis service. The Manitoba government plans to spend about $5.2 million on that effort, including $2.4 million proposed in its 2019 budget. The funding will allow capacity for 30 more patients in Winnipeg and eight more in Hodgson, as well as six more in each of Pine Falls, Portage la Prairie, […]

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Jets hope Hendricks can provide some grit in matchup against grinding Kings
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LOS ANGELES — Exactly three weeks after he was re-acquired by the Winnipeg Jets, rugged forward Matt Hendricks will finally be inserted into the lineup Monday night against the Los Angeles Kings. Hendricks, 37, played for the Jets last season but signed as a free agent with the Minnesota Wild before coming back to Winnipeg […]

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What famous people live in Winnipeg?
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