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Do you drive a Hyundai? Were you involved in a hit and run Saturday night?
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It happened at Northbound Donald at Osborne at 920pm. Douche in an SUV MAY have rear ended a slightly older Hyundai, looked like a Sonata, then proceeded to take off down Pembina like a jack ass. Driver of the Hyundai jumped out and snapped a picture of the driver. Friend and I saw the whole […]

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To Winnipeg Drivers in the next couple of months
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Former Vancouver Whitecap Alphonso Davies scores his 1st goal for Bayern Munich
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The 18-year-old Canadian phenom scored the goal with just a half-hour remaining in the match.

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6-year-old Regina boy meets woman who saved his life
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After two years of waiting, six-year-old Lincoln Honoway finally met the woman who saved his life.

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Sexual assault charge against former U of M prof stayed
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A sexual assault charge against a well-known former music professor at the University of Manitoba has been stayed.

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May optimistic for federal election
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Federal Green party leader Elizabeth May is feeling confident about her party’s odds in the October federal election, and she wants Manitobans to know it. “The stars are aligning in ways …

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Machine masters face off at Robot Games
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A swarm of about 200 robots and their young creators spent Saturday at the 24th annual Manitoba Robot Games, competing to see which automaton was the greatest of them all. The …

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Man charged with slaying teen during home invasion
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A 29-year-old man has been charged with second-degree murder in connection with a random home invasion in which a high school student was slain, a crime police said was believed ……

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OHL Roundup: Saturday, March 16, 2019
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BARRIE, Ont. – Jason Robertson is on the verge of capturing the Ontario Hockey League scoring title after his latest performance.

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Man shot by police in fatal home invasion arrested and charged with murder
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A man accused in home invasion that left a 17-year-old teen dead, and a community reeling, has been arrested and charged with second-degree murder. 

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BRODBECK: Pallister wants to screen out unethical bidders
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It’s hard to imagine how a government that hands out hundreds of millions of dollars in contracts every year doesn’t have a screening process to weed out companies convicted of criminal wrongdoing. But according to Premier Brian Pallister, Manitoba has no such protection right now. The issue of barring unscrupulous companies from bidding on government […]

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Anyone else have frozen pipes right now?
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We've been without water for almost 48 hours and the city has refused to offer us anything beyond waiting. At what point are they obligated to drop off a portable water tank or hook us up to the neighbors water? submitted by /u/aceofspades36 [link] [comments]

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Winnipeg State of the City 2019 by Brian Bowman
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MTS Phone got disconnected, options?
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I am wondering if this is a good time to look at other providers plans? I could barter with them to waive the reactivation fee to keep my plan with them, or pay it all off and start a new contract with someone else? I obviously may be way off in my thinking but I […]

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Joe Biden may have accidentally revealed he’s running for president
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Biden boasted Saturday that he has “the most progressive record of anybody running,” but he hasn’t announced yet that he is campaigning for the White House.

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London Knights clinch first place in the OHL’s Western Conference
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The London Knights’ final game of the regular season ended up deciding first place in the OHL’s Western Conference.

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Connor McDavid scores twice as Edmonton Oilers win in OT
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McDavid’s two goals leads the Oilers to victory.

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Education minister snubs request for apology for 'personal attack' on superintendent
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The Winnipeg School Division asked for an apology from Manitoba’s education minister following comments he made Thursday about the division’s chief superintendent’s salary. Instead, WSD got a cold shoulder from Kelvin Goertzen Friday.

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Letters: March 17, 2019
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Unbelievable Re: “Who do you believe? This is all about credibility, and Wilson-Raybould comes out on top,” Anthony Furey, March 7. Upon reading the above column, in which the opening line asks the same question in the LavScam case, the simple answer to this is none of them: They’re all politicians and there’s nothing honest […]

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No winning ticket for Saturday night’s $20M Lotto 6-49 jackpot, Winnipegger wins $34K
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TORONTO — There was no winning ticket for the $20 million jackpot in Saturday night’s Lotto 6-49 draw. However, the guaranteed $1 million prize went to a ticket holder in Quebec. As well, eight lucky ticket holders including one from Winnipeg matched five of the six winning numbers including the bonus to claim $34,488 each. […]

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EDITORIAL: Step up for Canadian jobs
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We get it. Between ducking responsibility for anything related to his office’s dealings on the SNC-Lavalin file, and managing the related fallout in his cabinet and caucus, the prime minister has been a busy man. But this is no time for Justin Trudeau to be ducking anything. Sure, he’s had ministers do flyovers to airdrop […]

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WHL Roundup: Saturday, March 16, 2019
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The Western Hockey League will need a tiebreaker to determine the final playoff spot.

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Dating app Grindr turns 10
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In the decade since the app launched, Grindr has grown to be one of the world’s largest social-networking apps for gay, bi, transgender and queer people.

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Sleep deprived? What missing too much sleep might be doing to your body
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Not getting enough sleep can have serious long-term consequences for your health.

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Ottawa heading to trial in class action lawsuit by residential school day scholars
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Ottawa is heading to trial next month over a class action lawsuit involving students who attended residential schools during the day in which its lawyers have argued Canada had no residential school policy and never intended to eradicate Indigenous languages and culture.

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'Do not let our planet die,' students plead in climate change rally at Manitoba Legislature
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About 100 students, carrying signs and tombstone-shaped placards, gathered on the steps of Manitoba’s legislative building to call for action on climate change Friday — part of a global event taking place in more than 100 countries.

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$150M in repairs planned for Manitoba Legislative Building as centennial approaches
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The Manitoba government is preparing to spend $150 million to repair the province’s landmark legislative building, which was built a century ago.

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Manitoba Opposition stalling tactics threaten to delay key government legislation
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Proceedings have ground to a halt for a second straight day at the Manitoba legislature.

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Mayor urges Winnipeg MLAs to push province for more funds to city
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Winnipeg Mayor Brian Bowman used his first state of the city address since his re-election to take a few shots at the provincial government over funding levels and addictions treatment capacity.

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Friends without borders
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After her car was damaged in a rear-end collision last summer, Donna Alexander realized how her Canadian sensibilities clashed with the experience of her Yazidi friends. When he heard about the ……

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Saw this walking home it broke my heart figgered id spead the word a bit
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Shoutout to Dino’s Grocery Mart.
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I went there tonight for some coco tea balls and everybody was super nice. It's a really friendly place. On notre dame. submitted by /u/concurrentcurrency [link] [comments]

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'I lost Heather': Former Selinger aide tells court she committed fraud because of gambling addiction
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A former aide to then-premier Greg Selinger who pleaded guilty to fraud testified Friday that she defrauded the union she worked for out of thousands because she became addicted to gambling.

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Speaking their truth: 2 Manitoba spiritual leaders on the search for honesty in politics
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Canadians are still divided when it comes to determining whose “truth” to believe in the fallout of the federal government’s SNC-Lavalin scandal. The CBC asked “Gramma” Geraldine Shingoose and Rabbi Matthew Leibl to give us their spiritual perspective on the search for truth-tellers.

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360 VIDEO: Navigating wintry Winnipeg streets in a wheelchair
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Frigid temperatures and heavy snowfall have made this a trying winter for many Winnipeggers, but for Jesse Turner it’s been especially difficult.

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'A twinkle in his eye': Renowned Prairie sculptor Joe Fafard dies at home in Sask.
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The family of Saskatchewan artist Joe Fafard has confirmed his death at his home in Lumsden on Saturday.

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Manitoba Liquor and Lotteries joins lawsuit against volunteer firefighters over hotel blaze in The Pas, Man.
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The mayor of The Pas says he was shocked and dismayed to learn Manitoba Liquor and Lotteries have joined the owner of a local hotel destroyed by arson in suing the town and a group of volunteer firefighters, alleging negligence in how the fire was fought.

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New Manitoba consultant was behind sweeping education changes in Nova Scotia
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The Manitoba government will be getting advice on education reform from a consultant who recently prompted Nova Scotia to eliminate elected school boards and make other sweeping changes. Avis Glaze has been hired as the lead consultant for a commission that will review all aspects of the kindergarten to Grade 12 school system, Education Minister […]

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