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2 hrs ago | Brandon Sun

Firearm-related crimes highest on Prairies: study

Violent crimes involving firearms are most prevalent on the Prairies, according to 2012 numbers released by Statistics Canada this morning.

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2 hrs ago | CBC News

McDonald's foreign worker practices halted in face of investigation

Three McDonald's franchises in Victoria and a pizza restaurant in Weyburn, Saskatchewan are at the centre of program abuse allegations.

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4 hrs ago | The Winnipeg Free Press

Mayor's office to pay for Juno Beach markers honouring soldiers

The office of Mayor Sam Katz is paying for 16 markers to honour the Winnipeg men who died on the beaches of Normandy on D-Day.

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8 hrs ago | The Winnipeg Free Press

Group home admits lapse on sex offender

A Winnipeg group home admits it failed to properly supervise a convicted sex offender who allegedly molested a young boy during an outing to a St. Vital pool last week.

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12 hrs ago | The Winnipeg Free Press

Teen faces jail time after vandalism spree

Winnipeg police seized pipe bombs, guns and other weapons from a teen's home after a vandalism spree saw car windows shot out, transit shelters trashed and an explosive device set off in a Dumpster outside a church, court heard Tuesday.

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Tue Apr 22, 2014

Seeking Alpha

Glacier Media - Declining Business Hides Growing Opportunity

Competent, long-term oriented management at Madison Ventures Company, who are also the company's largest shareholders.

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The First Perspective-Aboriginal

There is no shortcut to reconciliation

They came by the thousands on a sunny June day four years ago to the first Truth and Reconciliation event in Winnipeg, pouring onto a riverbank site their ancestors had occupied for millennia.

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The London Free Press

Extreme potholes: Help us find Canada's worst potholes

It's been a long, cold, record-shattering winter all across Canada, and the weather has wreaked havoc on our roads.

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Sys-Con Media

Canadian Tire Opens New Cloud Nine Digital Innovation Centre in Winnipeg, Manitoba

The state-of-the-art digital content warehouse and 'App Factory' will serve as the core digital hub for the Canadian Tire Family of Companies /CNW/ - Canadian Tire Corporation, Limited has officially opened its Cloud Nine Digital Innovation Centre in , the 28,000 square foot site will house a digital content warehouse, application lab, testing ... (more)

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The Winnipeg Free Press

Defences beefed up as Red crests

The Marine Museum of Manitoba's Shaylene Nordal keeps a close eye on rapidly rising waters.

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The Winnipeg Free Press

Big talent fought for the little guy

JOE BRYKSA / WINNIPEG FREE PRESS files Val Werier and his daughter, Judy Werier, in 2012 with the final edition of Val s old paper, the Winnipeg Tribune.

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The Winnipeg Free Press

A hot spring for home renos

Ivan Plett, project manager for Rempel Builders, poses for a photo in a kitchen that was recently renovated.

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Mon Apr 21, 2014

Journal of Commerce

Crumbling roads a key election issue

A new survey reveals an unprecedented number of people in Winnipeg believe infrastructure is the biggest challenge facing the city, as potential candidates for mayor in upcoming civic elections focus on this issue.

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CBC News

Big fee hikes at Winnipeg zoo when polar bear exhibit opens July 3

Journey to Churchill, the Assiniboine Park Zoo's new home for its polar bears and other Arctic animals, will officially open to the public on July 3. It will also have interactive interpretive components, a 360-degree theatre, underwater viewing tunnels and more, zoo officials announced in a news release Monday.

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BayStreet.ca

eResearch Issues Stock Potentials Report on Empire Industries Ltd.

The latest issue highlights Empire Industries Ltd ., a Winnipeg, Manitoba-based manufacturer of specialized engineered products, selling in domestic and selected international markets.

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CBC News

Winnipeg's frozen pipes woes drag on into spring

J.T. Austin's home in Winnipeg has been without running water since March 7. He says he's waiting for city crews to dig up the street in front of the house to access the frozen pipes underground.

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Sun Apr 20, 2014

CBC News

Winnipeg nursing home evacuated due to basement flooding

Golden Links Lodge, a personal care home on St. Mary's Road in Winnipeg, was evacuated on Sunday morning due to basement flooding.

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411mania.com

TNA News: Kurt Angle Set for Autograph Session Today, TNA Wrestlers...

TNA News: Kurt Angle Set for Autograph Session Today, TNA Wrestlers Give Their Picks for Santa vs. the Easter Bunny Posted by Jeffrey Harris on 04.19.2014 Willow weighs in on the holiday-themed match-up... - Kurt Angle is set for an autograph signing today at Primo Collectibles in Winnipeg, Manitoba at the Garden City Shopping Center from 1PM to ... (more)

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The Winnipeg Free Press

Garden path leads outside Perimeter

Ruth Bonneville / Winnipeg Free Press Carla Hrycyna provides the smiles, and the watering, at the St. Mary s Nursery and Garden Centre.

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The Winnipeg Free Press

Outbreak doesn't stop shoppers

Ruth Bonneville / Winnipeg Free Press Michelle Lagadi, with her son, Ethan, said she won t avoid potential transmission setting such as the Sobeys on Dakota Street.

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