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No Credit Card Car Rental…
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Am I on a wild goose chase? Is there even such a thing anymore.. my sister wants to rent a car for me to drive out to Alberta to see her, now obviously she will not be here with her credit card at time of rental, but she could always etransfer me and I can […]

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Wheeler says pressure, media reports took toll on him last season
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Winnipeg Jets captain Blake Wheeler says the intense scrutiny on his team and the pressure to win the Stanley Cup got to him last year. Read More

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Experimentation at the top of Jets’ to-do list as camp opens
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For the next week or so, the ice sheets at BellMTS Iceplex will become a chemist’s lab of sorts. Read More

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Teen, 13, faces weapons charges after man hit with axe in Thompson
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THOMPSON, Man. — A 13-year-old boy is facing weapons charges after a man was hit with an axe in northern Manitoba. Read More

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Jets unveil Heritage Classic threads
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The Winnipeg Jets have once again looked to their history for inspiration when it comes to their Heritage Classic jerseys. Read More

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CAQ caucus highlights government’s priorities, female cabinet ministers
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“We have strong women that have very important ministries,” Isabelle Charest, minister for the status of women, said Friday morning.

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‘Worst collisions that we see’: Trauma doctor sparks discussions around pedestrian safety in HRM
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Specifically, Dr. Rob Green points out the risks that come from right-hand turns being allowed on red lights at major intersections.

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P.E.I. national park partially reopens after Dorian causes huge damage
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The worst-hit area of the P.E.I. national park is near the Cavendish campground, which will be closed for the rest of the year, Parks Canada said.

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Boat, 26 chinook salmon seized amid allegations of overfishing off B.C. coast
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Police say three people from outside B.C. are expected to appear in court in November to face charges under the Fisheries Act.

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After a devastating series of mill closures, can B.C.’s forestry industry recover?
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Four mills have closed across B.C. so far in 2019, sparking rallies and meetings from Kelowna to Mackenzie.

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Fort Saskatchewan condo evacuees start to move out their belongings as building sits in limbo
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Residents of an evacuated condo building are now able to start getting their belongings.

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Pricey real estate means many can’t use Liberals’ homebuying proposals: experts
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Houses in Toronto, Vancouver and Victoria are too expensive for most families to take advantage of the proposals, said Sal Gualtieri, a senior economist at BMO Capital Markets.

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Letters: September 13, 2019
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Hope for a better Canada Read More

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United Way Winnipeg launches annual fundraising campaign
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Veronika Kanya was 23 and in her third year of university when she started to lose her vision because of childhood diabetes. By the time she was 35, she was blind. …

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Narrowed sidewalk site of pedestrian-vehicle conflict
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The shrinkage of a single Winnipeg sidewalk has led to concern from urban planning experts and growing confusion at city hall. The width of the sidewalk – located at the southbound …

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It's not easy being Green
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Manitoba Green party Leader James Beddome took a couple of days off after the provincial election Tuesday, but he’s back on the hustings this weekend drumming up votes once again …

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Police concerned by legal gun buyers who resell
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The Prairies are grappling with gun violence in part because some people with licences buy up weapons from sporting good stores in bulk and resell them to others, police say. The …

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Trudeau's 'sunny ways' destined for chilly Manitoba forecast
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It’s tough to imagine Justin Trudeau’s Liberals winning more than four seats in Manitoba in the Oct. 21 federal election. Manitoba has 14 federal ridings — six outside Winnipeg and eight …

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Fighting spirit
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OTTAWA — Jennifer Howard is down for a fight. Five years after leading a cabinet revolt that reshaped the Manitoba legislature, she’s now setting her sights on taking the embattled ……

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Celebrating recovery
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People in recovery from addiction and mental illness are gathering at The Forks on Sept. 14. 

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The Uniter Speaker Series presents Zaki Ibrahim
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Music is a powerful and creative tool that can be used for social change and emotional confrontation. Zaki Ibrahim comes to Winnipeg on Sept.12 to share how her music embodies this and more at the upcoming Uniter Speaker Series.

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This guy was following my sister around at the bus stop with his penis in his hand. She called my mom and we got there and he was still following her. We chased him which is when I took this video. Keep a look out and be careful out there!!
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Craft breweries??
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Just moved to Winnipeg and would love some suggestions on the best craft breweries to go to here! Cheers submitted by /u/Br_raap [link] [comments]

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Our friends out East were worried for us.
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Where can I get my Growler filled?
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Now that the Liquor Mart no longer does Growler fills, there are way fewer options for where to go. Does anyone know of an accurate list of places that fill growlers? I live in the North East and there is nowhere around here. The closest I'm aware of is Little Brown Jug, which is downtown! […]

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GIESBRECHT: Human rights tribunals out of control
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In an astonishing ruling the Canadian Human Rights Tribunal has ordered the federal government to distribute at least $2 billion to Indigenous family members who had children apprehended from reserve homes between 2006 and the present day. Taxpayers’ earnings and savings are again at risk. Read More

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EDITORIAL: Season of hope is upon us
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It’s a season of transition with the Progressive Conservatives set to form a new government with a slightly smaller majority and a federal election officially getting underway. Read More

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Jets grant Byfuglien leave of absence
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Already missing Patrik Laine and Kyle Connor due to contract impasses to open training camp on Friday, the Winnipeg Jets got dealt another blow as it was announced Dustin Byfuglien has been granted a leave of absence. Read More

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Police search for suspect after alleged arson at Dartmouth barber shop
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Police and fire crews responded to a call just after 2:30 a.m., on Friday that Legends Barber Shop on Highfield Park Drive was on fire.

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China spares U.S. pork, soybeans from additional tariffs ahead of new trade talks
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It is the latest sign of easing tensions before a new round of talks aimed at curbing a bruising trade war.

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WSD to discuss byelection at first meeting Monday
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Winnipeg School Division trustees will discuss holding a byelection to replace two of its trustees who were elected to the legislature this week. Lisa Naylor, a representative of Ward 4, and …

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Pedestrian scrambles on road safety strategy to-do list
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Pedestrian scrambles — intersections where traffic is stopped in all directions to allow people to cross any way, including diagonally — will make Winnipeg streets safer, city traffic engineers say. The …

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Who pulled trigger irrelevant in crack house killing: Crown
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Regardless of who pulled the trigger, three men arrested after William Sumner was shot dead in a Pritchard Avenue crack house are equally responsible for the killing, a jury was …

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Liberals ponder future without official party status
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Two days after the provincial election results poured in, Liberal Leader Dougald Lamont is taking stock of his office that may be soon boxed away. He has several prints hung on …

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Round dance to delay traffic on Trans-Canada
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Indigenous groups plan to raise awareness about treaty-related issues by holding a unity dance on the Trans-Canada Highway near the Saskatchewan border Friday evening. Motorists will encounter delays during the sixth …

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First alarm rings as clock ticks on Bill 28
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Premier Brian Pallister’s province-wide wage freeze — a key feature of his fiscal austerity plans — could be in jeopardy after an arbitrator awarded a three-year settlement to physician residents …

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Party leaders contend with social media posts from candidates in campaign
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OTTAWA — Conservative Leader Andrew Scheer is urging Liberal Leader Justin Trudeau to denounce controversial comments by a former candidate in the Montreal area, accusing the party of trying to keep anti-Semitic messages hidden from Canadians. Read More

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Rising gun violence taxing resources: Police
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Winnipeg Police Service says the city has experienced a large increase in gun crimes that’s now taxing their resources. Read More

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