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Winnipeg man found safe after being missing 2 weeks
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Winnipeg police say a missing 31-year-old man has been located and is safe.

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GIESBRECHT: Freedom of thought at risk
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Free speech and free inquiry, birthrights bestowed upon us by western civilization, are under threat. There are too many questions that can’t be asked, too many subjects that can’t be discussed. Alessandro Strumia, a University of Pisa professor, lost his position after claiming that his research revealed that while virtually all physics geniuses have been men, […]

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Gift and Thrift shop supports youth and artisans
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Resource Assistance for Youth, Inc. (RaY) has a new social enterprise on Graham: the Level Up! Gift and Thrift.

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Removing many small steps for humankind
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Nov. 1 marked a historic day for accessibility legislation. While there are questions about its implementation, the Customer Service Standards of the Accessibility for Manitobans Act (AMA) establishes a potentially powerful precedent.

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U of W student group gathers to ‘Smash Homelessness’
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Part of the University of Winnipeg (U of W) gaming community will host a tournament to raise money for youth living in poverty.

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Encouraging students to keep their campus ‘green’
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The University of Winnipeg (U of W) has been committed to creating a more environmentally sustainable basis for operations, and has plans to continue doing so.

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New Mexico trip highlights premier's grit
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In the annals of Manitoba politics, it may one day be known as the Legend of the Gila Trail. Premier Brian Pallister returned this week to the Rain Creek-Mogollon trail in …

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Santa's new ride unveiled
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Winnipeg’s new Santa Claus Parade float was unveiled Thursday, ensuring a local tradition stretching back more than a century will stay intact. This year, the future of the annual parade was …

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Nominee program changed face of Manitoba
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When Gary Filmon joins his wife, Lt.-Gov Janice Filmon, at parades and festivals in Manitoba, he gets to see the fruits of his labour from when he was premier more …

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Median Age For r/Winnipeg, leave your age below and/or gender below!
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I’m trying to gather stats of the demographic of r/Winnipeg. If you feel comfortable drop your age and gender below! I plan on making a pie chart if I get enough people. I’ve been wanting to know this for a while as it seems this sub reddit is pretty mature for the most part! I’ll […]

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Beeps and Bouquets. Does anyone remember this on CJOB?
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Tonight I saw a clearly way overserved young lady walk past my house. I quickly saw and confirmed that 2 young fellers, that didn't even know her were on it. One following her, the other calling 911. You guys did good. I have a feeling you might be redditteurs and wanted to let you know […]

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Can anyone recommend me a good security guard training program that is gov’t recognised?
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I want to eventually become a Private Investigator and need to get security guard training as a first step. If you have this type of training or know someone that has gone through the rigamarole, please share your positive or negative experiences. There's so many options and I know shit all about all shit so […]

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Minnesota goes wild, downs Canucks 6-2
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Mikko Koivu’s three-point night helped the Wild make short work of the Canucks.

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Call of the Wilde: Montreal Canadiens’ Carey Price steals one in Calgary
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Call of the Wilde: Montreal Canadiens face the Calgary Flames.

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Coquitlam house fire leaves five people homeless
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Crews arrived to find the two-storey wood frame house with smoke pouring out of windows on all sides and a roof that had partially collapsed. 

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The killing of a young bighorn sheep has officials hunting suspected poachers near Spences Bridge
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Officials believe two men shot a yearling bighorn sheep near Spences Bridge, then fled, leaving the animal in a field.

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'No one is actually taking cocaine in this city': Nurses find meth in majority of party drugs
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Essentially none of the cocaine being tested at Winnipeg raves and dance parties is actually cocaine — it’s meth.

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Santa's new ride unveiled at The Forks ahead of parade
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Santa asked, Winnipeggers delivered and now it’s here: a sleek new sleigh — heated seat and all — ready to roll in this weekend’s Santa Claus Parade.

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NEB approves Manitoba-Minnesota power line; landowners could fight decision in court: lawyer
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The controversial Manitoba-Minnesota Transmission Project has received a key stamp of approval. The National Energy Board (NEB) is recommending the approval of the $453-million, 213-kilometre transmission line from the Winnipeg area to the U.S. border, which would connect with Minnesota Power’s Great Northern transmission line. “This is expected to generate incremental revenue and enhance grid […]

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BOMBSHELLS: Bighill offers up inspirational words in advance of Sunday’s West final between Bombers and Stamps
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People outside the team are not privy to what gets said inside the locker room of a CFL team, but Adam Bighill gave a glimpse of what he might offer up to his younger teammates ahead of Sunday’s West Division final in Calgary. Bighill was asked what kind of advice he’d have for those players […]

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Watchdog sounds alarm over city's often-repaired infrastructure
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You could call it a bridge over troubled engineering. For the second time in four years — and little more than a decade after the south Perimeter bridge underwent major renovations …

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NEB approves Manitoba Hydro's proposed link to Minnesota
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The National Energy Board has given the green light to Manitoba Hydro to build a transmission line to Minnesota — subject to 28 conditions. In a decision announced after the markets …

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Canada Post warns of delays in Christmas deliveries as strike enters week four
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Canada Post has warned it can’t guarantee holiday parcels will be delivered in time for Christmas, as a strike by postal workers entered its fourth week. The warning was issued in ……

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Pair of Manitobans lose fingers in 2 gruesome workplace accidents
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Two Manitoba companies have been fined hefty sums after two workers lost their fingers in separate workplace accidents.

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Winnipeg police arrest financial adviser for allegedly defrauding elderly client
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Financial adviser Aime Edmond Grenier has been arrested for fraud and obtaining a loan under false pretence, after police allege he took a $200,000 personal loan from an elderly client who suffers from a cognitive impairment.

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Water flows into street while taps dry since October at Winnipeg rooming house
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People living in a Winnipeg rooming house have been without water for a month, while a steady stream has flowed from the ground into the front street that entire time.

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Promised Indigenous rights recognition legislation won't be in place before next election
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One of Prime Minister Justin Trudeau’s key promises on Indigenous rights — delivered on Valentine’s Day — won’t come to pass before the next federal election, CBC News has learned

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Province says new Selkirk rapid access clinic will help those struggling with addictions in Interlake
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Manitoba’s fifth RAAM —rapid access to addictions medicine — clinic has just opened in Selkirk, providing an option for residents in the Interlake-Eastern region seeking help for addictions.

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Blue Bombers’ Harris opens up about racism, childhood
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Andrew Harris doesn’t generally let people take too deep a peak into his feelings. He is, after all, a football player. Coached to be tough. Trained to be tough. And forced to be, every game day. But the Blue Bombers running back has a more diverse and emotional back story than most. A more difficult […]

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Cocaine, weapons seized by Thompson RCMP
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A pair of search warrants in Thompson produce a significant cache of drugs, weapons and money, say RCMP. At approximately 6:40 p.m., on Monday, Thompson RCMP, Manitoba North District Specialized Units, and the Emergency Response Team searched a residence in Thompson and seized approximately 947 grams of cocaine, an SKS high powered rifle, ammunition, cross bow and arrows, and […]

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Man robbed of cell phone at gun point: cops
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A man says a gun was pointed at him and he was robbed of his cell phone in the area of Ellice Avenue and Victor Street on Wednesday afternoon. At approximately 2:20 p.m., police responded to a report of a violent male, possibly armed, at a business in the 600 block of Ellice Avenue. Members […]

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NDP vision for Manitoba includes a carbon tax: Kinew
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If they were in charge, the Manitoba NDP would make several investments to address addictions, including a safe consumption site in Winnipeg, a detox centre in Brandon and 50 more long-term treatment beds. In an alternative throne speech released Thursday, Manitoba NDP leader Wab Kinew outlined his list of 2018 priorities, which also include adding […]

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Queer gatherings beyond fear
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When the poet Eileen Myles came to town to launch their book Evolution, a dinner was organized in their honour featuring local queer poets and writers at all stages of their careers. 

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This Remembrance Day saw more than a dozen services and ceremonies throughout the city. At sunset, church bells throughout Winnipeg – and across Canada – rang out to mark the 100 years that have passed since the armistice that ended the First World War.

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Court rejects Regina’s appeal on Capital Pointe project
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The Court of Queen’s Bench has heard, and rejected to the City of Regina’s Capital Pointe appeal.

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7 people charged in joint drug investigation in Wainwright
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Five suspects have been arrested and charged so far and there are warrants out for two other suspects.

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Ottawa police seek public’s help in locating missing kayaker
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Alexander Okonski, 27, of Ottawa was last seen on Tuesday. His kayak was found near the Britannia Water Purification Plant in the west end.

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Up to 15 cm of snow expected for Kingston, surrounding regions
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Eastern Ontario is about to be hit with its first major snowfall of the season, according to Environment Canada.

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