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Alberta researchers use AI to detect depression in voices
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The study used previous research that suggests the timbre of a person’s voice contains information about their mood.

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Canadian Armed Forces reservists to receive more compensation following pay restructuring
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A pay restructuring within the Canadian Armed Forces will soon see reservists receiving the same compensation as regular force members who do the same work.

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MPI rate hike – Rant
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Honestly, MPI. WTF??? Last year you were approved for a 2.6% increase. This year 1.8%. Fair enough. But can you explain why my rates have increased by 15% in the last 2 years? Why is my vehicle worth 1/3 what it was when I bought it but my premiums have increased by 23% since I’ve […]

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Stolen Army Canvas Bag Spruce/Portage June 28
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Hello friends, had my army canvas bag stolen from my vehicle the first day back from training. I stopped in to meet with someone for 20 minutes and was informed my alarm was going off, returned to my vehicle to find my bag missing. ​ The bag looks like a typical army canvas duffle bag, […]

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Assiniboine River at sunset last night
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Faulty venting cited in Super 8 carbon monoxide crisis
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Carbon monoxide buildup that sent more than 40 people to hospital from the Super 8 hotel on west Portage Avenue Tuesday was caused by improper ventilation, officials say. It’s not yet …

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Federal Conservative texts irk some voters
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With a federal election just months away, Manitobans are scratching their heads over one political party’s new get-out-the-vote technique. The Conservative Party of Canada is testing “virtual door-knocking” ahead of the …

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Teulon council wants mayor stripped of power
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The mayor of Teulon is pushing back amid allegations of behaviour “intended to intimidate, offend, defame and humiliate members of the (town) staff.” A majority of council members say Mayor Debbie …

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Election signs on public property no longer allowed in Kingston
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Municipality passes by-law banning election signs on public property.

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Hamilton man facing charges after crashing into police cruiser in Sarnia
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Sarnia police say they responded to a report of a vehicle that had remained stationary through several cycles of stop lights at an intersection.

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Gas prices in Vancouver rose with land costs but full differentials unexplained: report
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The report says Vancouver’s gasoline retail margins “highly” correlates with local land values.

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Portage Ave. property officially treaty land
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It took nearly five years, but a plot of land on Portage Avenue was officially dubbed Winnipeg’s second urban reserve by the federal government early Wednesday evening. In front of a …

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Planning department disciplinary measures fall short of 'root of the problem': lawyer
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A lawyer for the anonymous group whose covert surveillance prompted a City of Winnipeg investigation says city hall needs to do more to resolve issues in its planning, property and …

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Ottawa may sidestep Pallister on retrofit cash
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OTTAWA — The federal Liberals are ready to go over Manitoba’s head to allocate carbon-tax money for energy retrofits, as the levy continues to be stuck in a political tug ……

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Chief accused of sending improper texts
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A Winnipeg woman says she’s received inappropriate texts from Manitoba’s top Indigenous leader, but the First Nations chief says he’s the victim of a smear campaign. On Tuesday, the boyfriend of …

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Inmates accused of breaking guard's nose
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Two inmates allegedly assaulted an officer Monday night at Milner Ridge Correctional Centre, sending him to hospital with a broken nose. A spokesperson for Manitoba Justice confirmed some details of a …

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Keystone XL pipeline opponents again seek to block construction
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Opponents of the Keystone XL oil pipeline asked a judge to again block construction of the project after U.S. President Donald Trump issued it a new permit.

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What can be done to tackle aviation emissions?
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With a 50 per cent global growth in air travel over the past six years, what can we do to limit our own carbon footprints?

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Horse injured at Calgary Stampede chuckwagon races
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A horse was injured during chuckwagon races at the Calgary Stampede on Wednesday.

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Lethbridge Heat feeling confident heading into Provincial Championships
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Three years ago, an under-12 Lethbridge Heat team had barely enough girls to field a roster. Three years later, the under-14 edition of the baseball team are feeling confident that they can leave provincials in Medicine Hat with some hardware.

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Arrest made in St. Catharines vehicle arson case: Niagara police
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Investigators say they’ve arrested a 55-year-old woman located not far from the latest fire.

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Peguis First Nation establishes its first urban reserve in Winnipeg
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Peguis First Nation called Wednesday a day where the land was given back to the original landowners after the establishment of an urban reserve in Winnipeg. Read More

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Federal dollars arriving Thursday for much needed road repairs
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The City of Winnipeg expects to receive some highly anticipated federal gas tax funds on Thursday, much of which the municipality already earmarked for local road repairs. Read More

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Milestone moment for Mazzola
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Former Goldeyes third baseman Josh Mazzola achieved a significant career milestone on Tuesday night. Read More

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NO BUYERS: Winnipeg may have to give away surplus sandbags
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It turns out no one wants to pay for the city’s previously filled sandbags. Read More

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Where to find cheap Barley (Grain)?
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I've tried googling it, but have only found distributors that only sell to commercial. I'm looking for a 50lb or 100lb bag of barley to make Malt with. Preferably low protein. Walmart has a 50LB for $50+, but at that price I can just buy Malt. I'm sure there must be cheaper somewhere? submitted […]

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City of Winnipeg suspends building inspectors over suspected slacking caught on tape | CBC News
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Leaving shopping carts in the middle of the aisle
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Vancouver property taxes could rise up to 10% to cover recent council motions: staff
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The high level estimates in the budget outlook say recent motions have added up to $24 million in additional expense pressure.

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FC Edmonton on fire and hope to stay undefeated in CPL’s fall season
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The Canadian Premier League’s fall season is underway and it couldn’t be a better time for FC Edmonton to enjoy a fresh start as the team continues its red-hot play from late in the spring season.

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Manitoba Liberals name Union Station candidate
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The Manitoba Liberals have nominated a candidate for the Union Station riding. Read More

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Tories name St. James candidate
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Manitoba’s Progressive Conservative party has selected its candidate for St. James. Read More

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Supply shipments resume for Churchill after railway washout
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OTTAWA — Winnipeg’s surface link to Nunavut is back in service, with the Town of Churchill sending its first shipment of southern Manitoba goods in two years. This week, the MV …

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There's something poetic about this…
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Wake up the kids and alert the neighbours, because it’s time to celebrate. I know what you are thinking. You are thinking: “That sounds great, Doug. What exactly are we celebrating?” I …

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Firefighter calls for carbon monoxide detectors in every home
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It’s time for Manitoba to require carbon monoxide detectors in every home, a former Ontario firefighter says. While there was a detector at the Super 8 hotel when up to 385 …

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City, Hydro, police dealing with dead traffic signals at Confusion Corner
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Confusion Corner became even more perplexing to navigate Tuesday evening and Wednesday morning. During Tuesday’s afternoon rush hour, all of the traffic lights at the iconic Winnipeg intersection stopped working. Winnipeg …

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Winnipeg gets soaking after prolonged dry spell
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After a record-setting dry spell, Winnipeg was hit with a deluge of rain Tuesday, with some areas topping 100 millimetres — more precipitation than in the first six months of …

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