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Letters: July 12, 2019
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Underground faults took down Confusion Corner lights: Hydro
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When a person scheduled to speak at Tuesday’s city centre community committee meeting didn’t show up at 5 p.m., Coun. Sherri Rollins didn’t think much of it. Then, another person …

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As Nick Arbuckle sought CFL success, his wife worked 3 jobs to keep his dream alive
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For Stampeders quarterback Nick Arbuckle, the road to the CFL was paved with long hours, support and sacrifice from his strongest teammate off the field.

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Blood Tribe detox centre visited by associate mental health and addictions minister
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Jason Luan made a stop in Standoff, the largest community on the Blood Tribe Reserve, to meet those on the front lines battling the opioid crisis.

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LANE: Pallister needs to let MPI’s board work
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Manitoba Public Insurance (MPI) has been with us for 50 years. Its entrance came with opposition, brokers fearing the loss of “healthy” commissions, then paid by private sector competing auto insurance companies. Read More

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Property insurance tax cut minor move toward major destination
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The Manitoba Tory pledge to eliminate the PST from home insurance premiums isn’t so much a proposed tax cut as it is a reversal of bad policy made by the …

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Police want to break up fleet management agency
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Charleswood Coun. Kevin Klein is calling for the break-up of the city’s fleet management agency after complaining that it imposes excessive and unnecessary costs on the Winnipeg Police Service and …

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Increasing number of Manitobans choosing medically assisted death
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In the three years since medical assistance in dying became legal, more Manitobans have been choosing to end their lives on their own terms. Provincewide, the number of medically assisted deaths …

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Manitoba, Quebec premiers 'agreed to disagree' on religious symbols bill
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Manitoba Premier Brian Pallister condemned a new Quebec law banning public servants from wearing religious symbols during an all premiers’ meeting this week, though it appears he had little backup …

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Horrified, harassed and helpless
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They are supposed to be places you can turn to when things in the workplace turn ugly — the Manitoba Human Rights Commission, the provincial employment standards and workplace safety …

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Number of Manitoba youth in pre-trial custody plunges
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A dramatic drop in the number of Manitoba youth who are being held in custody while they are legally innocent puts the province more in line with a national trend …

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Tech companies need to be better at self-policing child porn: watchdog
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More than 20,000 images of child pornography are found on the Internet every day; a Winnipeg-based charity is calling on technology companies to take responsibility. Read More

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Green and NDP leaders will have election battle in Winnipeg constituency
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Two party leaders appear set to fight over the same seat in the upcoming Manitoba election. Read More

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FRIESEN: Readers say Cameron should be next Bomber honoured
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The people have spoken. And apparently they think punters are football players, too. Read More

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Johnson outlasts Fanning: playoff required to return to winner’s circle
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Eric Johnson figured that as long as he kept knocking on the door, eventually he was going to kick it down again. Read More

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Lincoln pitcher Brownell impresses Goldeyes manager
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The Goldeyes and Lincoln Saltdogs showcased two of the best independent baseball has to offer Wednesday and Thursday. Read More

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Edmonton Eskimos dominate B.C. Lions in 33-6 win
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Trevor Harris and the Edmonton Eskimos systematically picked apart the B.C. Lions en route to a 33-6 win in Vancouver on Thursday.

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Uptick in insurance brokers gala coincided with annual subsidy from MPI
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While receiving an annual $250,000 operating subsidy from Manitoba Public Insurance, the organization that represents private insurance brokers shelled out big bucks for performers such as k.d. lang and Burton …

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Police kept watchdog in the dark about one of two officers accused of sex assaults this year
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The Winnipeg Police Service has kept the public in the dark about two separate sexual assault allegations made against its members this year, the Free Press has learned. And while the …

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Young bald eagle released from wildlife rehab centre
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A young bald eagle soared high above the fields of tall grass just outside Winnipeg city limits, after being released Thursday afternoon by the Wildlife Haven Rehabilitation Centre. “My favourite day ……

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Convicted pedophile could get jail time for breach of conditional release
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A convicted pedophile who has already served the equivalent of a 15-year prison sentence could face another 10 years in custody, after he was arrested for breaching a release condition …

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Flood-channel project consultation falls short, federal agency says
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OTTAWA — Manitoba Premier Brian Pallister’s legacy flood-channel project appears to be hitting delays, as Ottawa claims the province needs more Indigenous input. In a letter obtained by the Free Press, …

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Correctional officer assaulted by 2 inmates at Milner Ridge Correctional Centre.
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Fringe Recommendations?
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Any and all shows, what are the ones too see this year? submitted by /u/BorealisHugger [link] [comments]

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Hot Summer Nights lets residents beat the heat with Guelph Fire
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Guelph firefighters will be cranking the hose on Thursday night at Margaret Greene Park.

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BOMBERS GAMEDAY: A perfect balance? Bombers don’t allow touchdowns and Argos don’t score them
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Winnipeg Blue Bombers (3-0) vs. Toronto Argonauts (0-3), Friday, 7:30 p.m. IG Field. TV: TSN, RADIO: CJOB680 Read More

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Correction officer assaulted, injured by Milner Ridge inmates
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Two inmates assaulted a corrections officer at a Manitoba corrections centre on Monday evening, Manitoba Justice says. Read More

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Despite 3-0 record, Bombers haven’t played best football yet
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They are 3-0, have scored 12 offensive touchdowns and have allowed only one against their defence and are the trendy pick to win the 2019 Grey Cup. Read More

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Reality check: Will new clean fuel standards increase gas prices by ‘at least’ 4 cents?
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Conservative Leader Andrew Scheer said the new standard would “undoubtedly increase the cost of gasoline by at least another four cents a litre.”

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39-year-old Springwater woman charged in connection with fraud investigation
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The woman reportedly took payment from the alleged victims and didn’t provide the services upon which they had agreed, police say.

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Quebec developer offers disputed Oka land to Kanesatake Mohawks as ecological gift
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In the spirit of reconciliation, the developer says he plans to cede 60 hectares of forest known as The Pines to the local council.

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Premiers want to ensure local jurisdiction respected when it comes to climate change decisions
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Canada’s premiers issued a joint statement, calling on the federal government to respect local jurisdiction when it comes to climate change policy.

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Northumberland paramedics partner with Wounded Warriors Canada on mental health programs
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The partnership was announced by Northumberland County and Northumberland paramedics on Wednesday.

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Province still collecting dollars from Bombers
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While Mayor Brian Bowman wants to explore cutting the city’s ties to the Blue Bombers, Premier Brian Pallister has a vested interest in continuing the relationship. Read More

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TORNADO WATCH: Severe storms brewing in southern Manitoba
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Environment Canada has issued a tornado watch for much of southern Manitoba. Read More

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Opponents welcome former radio host, Wheeler, to political race
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Fired radio show host turned want-to-be politician has published his campaign platform full of “lame jokes,” sarcastic comments and no concrete plans or promises for the ward. Read More

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Ill-equipped, slower planes at issue for Lifeflight docs: memo
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Despite having their doctors back in the air, Doctors Manitoba says they still have concerns over the replacement aircraft being used by Lifeflight. Read More

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BOMBSHELLS: Bombers defensive lineman Roh develops app to help aspiring young football players
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He’s a defensive lineman by day, a social media-based defensive line coach and aspiring businessman by night. Read More

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