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WOLBERT: Don’t look back to chart path ahead
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Charles Darwin said “It is not the strongest or the most intelligent who will survive but those who can best manage change.” I believe that when organizations fail to adapt to change and innovate, they will eventually cease to exist. Sadly, it’s organizations for social-change that are often the most resistant to changing themselves. These […]

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Apprehended newborn's family anxiously awaiting word from CFS on reunion
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The family who live-streamed an apprehension by Child and Family Services and Winnipeg police on Facebook last week don’t know when they may be reunited with their newborn. In an emotional …

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Winnipeg Foundation antes up in bid to reshuffle capital project deck
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The Winnipeg Foundation has made city hall an offer it hopes the mayor and councillors cannot refuse. Fast approaching its centennial-year celebrations, the foundation has offered the City of Winnipeg up …

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You're going to feel a little pinch: MDs subject to public-sector wage freeze too, says health minister
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Manitoba’s nearly 3,000 doctors will have to do their part to help the province overcome a stubbornly high operating deficit, Health Minister Cameron Friesen says. A four-year contract between the province …

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Manitoba film tax credit keeps rolling
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Seasoned show business folk can be a tough crowd, but an assembly of film and video professionals at the Fairmont Hotel rose Tuesday afternoon to give a standing ovation to ……

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FRIESEN: ‘I want to be the best there ever was’: Bombers Bighill
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Yes, they tossed some serious money at him, in the neighbourhood of $700,000 over three years. And yes, he has an off-season gig lined up with a local financial services firm, teeing up his career after pro football. But sort through all the dollar signs and off-field opportunities, and what might have sold potential free-agent […]

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Jets measure up in victory over Golden Knights
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This was never going to be about revenge or redemption. Sure, the Winnipeg Jets had a little additional motivation in facing a Vegas Golden Knights team that bounced them in five games in the Western Conference final. But there is no substitute for playoff success, making this more of a measuring-stick game for both clubs […]

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U.S. detains Marziyeh Hashemi, Iranian-American journalist, in Washington on unspecified charges
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“Marziyeh Hashemi was arrested in St. Louis and sent to custody in Washington DC although no formal charges have been pressed against her.”

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Okanagan restaurants looking to draw crowds with annual event
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There are 50 restaurants between Osoyoos and Kamloops offering special menus until Feb. 3.

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Canada is facing a growing threat from right-wing white supremacists and neo-Nazis: minister
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Ralph Goodale said the groups promote hate, which manifests itself in violent anti-Semitism or in other crimes.

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Injured hang glider airlifted from Okanagan mountain
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A young woman was rescued from Pincushion Mountain near Okanagan after she was injured in a hang gliding crash on Tuesday.

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B.C. tells homeowners how they can exempt themselves from the speculation tax
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The B.C. government is requiring all British Columbians who live in an area with the speculation and vacancy tax to opt out of tax.

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Red River College hosts first cannabis-centred job fair
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After its first marijuana-centred course exceeded enrolment expectations, Red River College held its first job fair for those interested in joining the budding industry.

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'I saw a bullet pass by my ears': Cabbie feared for life when passenger fired shotgun inside taxi
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A Winnipeg cab driver says he’s lucky to be alive after a passenger pulled out a sawed-off shotgun and started shooting it out of the taxi window.

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Big deal for Blue Bombers as Bighill signs 3-year contract extension
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The Winnipeg Blue Bombers have locked up a key piece of their defence, inking linebacker Adam Bighill to a three-year contract extension.

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Film about legendary Winnipeg-born goaltender Terry Sawchuk hits screens in March
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A biopic tracing the brutal life and extraordinary career of goaltender Terry Sawchuk is hitting the big screen in March.

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Active information technology groups in Winnipeg
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Hey all anyone know of any currently active IT or professional IT organizations running in Winnipeg. I remember a number of years ago there was the IEEE gold. I also saw there was a winnipeg chapter of isaca and ictam Just looking to get more involved with the winnipeg tech sector than my day to […]

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Where can you get CDs/DVDs/Videogames resurfaced?
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I have a stack of CDs/DVDs/Videogames I was hoping to get resurfaced. Where is the most affordable place to get this done? I know PnP Games charges about $6 a disc and was hoping to see if there were any other options. Thanks submitted by /u/silentbobandjay [link] [comments]

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Officer charged with assault after watchdog investigation
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A Winnipeg police officer has been charged with assault following an Independent Investigation Unit of Manitoba probe into allegations he beat a man and left him with permanent hearing damage. The …

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Canadian peacekeepers in Mali challenged by geography, shifting violence
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Distance and geography have been cited as the primary reasons Canadian medical helicopters remained on the ground in northern Mali during two bloody attacks on UN peacekeepers last fall.

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Ontario announces review of regional governments across province
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The Ontario government announced it will conduct a review of regional governments in a search for ways to cut red tape and inefficiencies.

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3 puppies found dead in home where police found 15 dogs in 'deplorable' conditions
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The bodies of three dead puppies stowed in a plastic tote were found at the rented home of a woman charged with animal cruelty, hours after police announced the charges Monday.

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Security guard stabbed at welfare assistance office in Exchange District, suspect arrested: police
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A 47-year-old man is accused of stabbing a security guard at the employment and assistance offices in the Exchange District on Monday afternoon.

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Woman dies after being hit by car on Henderson Highway
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A woman who was hit by a car Tuesday morning in Winnipeg’s North Kildonan area has died.

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House fire sends 1 to hospital in critical condition
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One person is in hospital in critical condition after a house fire in Winnipeg’s West End.

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Indigenous vocational students take on building unique pop-up restaurant at The Forks
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A group of Indigenous vocational students got to add to their resume this week, helping to put together a unique pop-up restaurant on the river ice at The Forks in Winnipeg.

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Security guard stabbed, hospitalized
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A 50-year-old security guard suffering from a stab wound was taken to hospital in unstable condition after an altercation in a business in the 100 block of Rory Street on Monday afternoon. Officers arrested another man at the scene. Witnesses told police the suspect entered the business, jumped a counter, crossed a protective glass barrier […]

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Pedestrian dies from injuries after being hit by vehicle
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A woman who was hit by a car Wednesday morning in the area of Henderson Highway and Slater Avenue was taken to hospital in critical condition. She later died from her injuries. The WPS Traffic Collision Investigation Section remain on the scene and continue to investigate. Southbound Henderson Hwy at Springfield Rd. is expected to […]

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Pair charged after break and enters Sunday
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Two men have been charged after a pair of break-ins late Sunday. Winnipeg police responded to a report of a break and enter in the first 100 block of Roslyn Road at about 10:15 p.m. Sunday. The caller provided a description of two suspects and their last known location. In the first incident, an overhead […]

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Stastny set for return: Former Jets centre back in groove after dealing with injury
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Paul Stastny has no regrets. No regrets about waiving his no-trade clause to join the Winnipeg Jets for the stretch run and no regrets about choosing the Vegas Golden Knights in free agency — after giving strong consideration to sticking around as more than just a rental. Ultimately, Stastny signed a three-year deal worth $19.5 […]

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Winnipeg wants funding commitment from province before delivering budget
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The tabling of the next city budget will be pushed back in hopes that the province will provide more clarity regarding provincial funding. Mayor Brian Bowman, speaking after a speedy first executive policy committee meeting of 2019 at City Hall on Tuesday, said he hasn’t received a written or verbal agreement from the Pallister government […]

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Manitoba introduces new office to guide its green plan
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The Manitoba government announced the creation of an “implementation office” to co-ordinate work across government Premier Brian Pallister announced Tuesday. “Manitoba leads the way in the fight against climate change,” Pallister said in a press release. “By establishing one government-wide office to advise and monitor our actions on this important issue, we will ensure that […]

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Winnipeg Foundation in giving mood as 100th birthday nears
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HERITAGE and cycling advocates are celebrating the Winnipeg Foundation’s most recent birthday invitation. Two civic capital projects — renovation of the former William Avenue library and construction of a cycling and …

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European Union prepares for a chaotic Brexit after Theresa May’s deal defeated
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Jean-Claude Juncker said the EU would hasten its preparations for a scenario in which Britain leaves the EU without a deal in place.

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Two arrested in drug, weapons bust in Split Lake: RCMP
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Thompson RCMP arrested two men during a search of a home in Split Lake, Man., in which drugs and weapons were recovered.

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What the federal carbon charge means for you www.hydro.mb.ca
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Credit for film and TV touted as among the most generous in Canada
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The Manitoba government is making its tax credit for film and video productions permanent and hinting at more help for the industry despite a consultant’s report that called for a reduction. The tax credit, touted by the province as one of the biggest in Canada, was to expire at the end of this year. But […]

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Provincial patrols lead to night hunting charges
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A pair of recent incidents have led to charges for a few hunters. Manitoba Sustainable Development reports that recent night patrols, including aerial surveillance, have resulted in several night hunting related charges. Officers patrolling near Ashern on Dec. 10, 2018, say they witnessed a vehicle driving down a municipal road, using a spotlight to light […]

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