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  1. Snow removal - more precisely, lack of snow removal - carries hidden costsRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | CBC News

    After a particularly snowy morning with difficult road conditions, a few preschool parents discussed the mess as they dropped off their kids. A teacher, born in Winnipeg, jumped in.

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  2. Zika virus questions? Ask a Winnipeg medical expert at 6 p.m.Read the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Feb 4 | CBC News

    Aedes aegypti mosquitoes are shown in a petri dish at the Fiocruz institute in Recife, Pernambuco state, Brazil. The mosquito is a vector for the proliferation of the Zika virus spreading throughout Latin America.

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  3. Portage and Main the topic of public forum on ThursdayRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Feb 3 | CBC News

    The Portage Avenue and Main Street intersection, which dates back to 1862, is home to the city's tallest buildings and holder of the title as the country's windiest corner. It's a Manitoba landmark-Canada's windiest corner-and on Thursday Winnipegers are invited to share their thoughts on reopening Portage and Main to pedestrians.

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  4. Scene In the City: Corydon AvenueRead the original story

    Monday Feb 1 | Where Toronto

    One of Winnipeg's most vibrant 'hoods offers a cultural mix of shopping and dining from around the world, with trend-setting boutiques, specialty stores and restaurants catering to the cool and hip. Start a spree at for beautiful salt lamps , and dazzling crystals like smoky quartz.

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  5. Cullen shifts focus to pro racquetball eventsRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Feb 1 | Brandon Sun

    Kurtis Cullen, who won the pro/open title at the Grumpy Garry's Racquetball Extravaganza 2 - Still Grumpy at the Sportsplex on the weekend, will play money events until he heads to university next year. A disappointing 10th-place finish at Racquetball Canada's first selection event of the season in November has the Brandonite recharting his course for the season.

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  6. A Legal Giant Joins OsgoodeRead the original story

    Thursday Jan 7 | York University

    Lorne Sossin, Dean of Osgoode Hall Law School at York University, today announced the appointment of The Honourable Marshall Rothstein as a Distinguished Visiting Professor. Rothstein, who has made rich and varied contributions to the law over the past 50 years including serving on the Supreme Court of Canada from March 2006 until his retirement in August 2015, joined the Law School on January 1 for a one-year term.

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  7. Winnipeg Dentists Offering Special Discount on InvisalignRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jan 29 | Market Wire

    All five locations of Avant Dental Care will offer a special discount on Invisalign this winter as an incentive for patients to correct their crooked teeth this year. From now until Feb. 15, Avant Dental Care will provide Invisalign patients with a $500 gift certificate.

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  8. Top 5 things to do in Winnipeg this weekendRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jan 29 | CBC News

    I am slowly becoming a believer that the best possible time to be a Winnipegger is in its cruelest, coldest month. January has become a dangerous time to plan events, just because the calendar is already so packed with internationally and locally beloved stuff - The New Music Festival spans two weeks with unprecedented access to some truly brilliant artists, Big Fun unveils a beautifully curated lineup of local talent and RAW: almond takes pop-up dining to new levels.

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  9. Kenny Chesney with Miranda Lambert and Old DominionJun 25, 2016 - 5:00 PM Lincoln Financial FieldRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jan 28 | The News Journal

    Kenny Chesney is country music's resident hit-maker having placed a single in the top 5 of Billboard's US Hot Country singles chart every year since 1996. Chesney's collection of country party anthems from "Beer in Mexico" to "Out Last Night" keep the Tennessee native at the top of the charts and on the road with a busy concert schedule.

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  10. Shelve Waverley railway underpass, Coun. Russ Wyatt urges councilRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jan 27 | CBC News

    Coun. Russ Wyatt says plans for the $155-million Waverley Street underpass and the $250-million interchange at Marion and Archibald streets should be halted at least until a provincial task force can complete a review of whether to relocate rail lines out of Winnipeg. He also wants the city to amend a deal it has with CN Rail about relocation.

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  11. Goalie nods: Colorado's current situation is complex, to put it mildlyRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jan 26 | MSNBC

    Per Terry Frei , Pickard has fallen ill and stayed at the team hotel - That meant one of the two goalies on the ice this morning was 23-year-old Roman Will, an undrafted free agent out of the Czech Republic that was recently recalled from AHL San Antonio. Will has gone 6-5-2 with a .895 save percentage and 3.38 GAA for the Rampage this season.

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  12. Office Construction Underway at Osborne PlaceRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jan 22 | PR Log

    WINNIPEG, Manitoba - Jan. 22, 2016 - PRLog -- Imperial Properties, a leading property management firm, announced today that construction has begun on Osborne Place, a new office building located at the intersection of Osborne Street and Pembina Highway, commonly known as Confusion Corner. When completed, Osborne Place will offer more than 32,000 square feet of office space in a brand new, six-storey building.

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  13. New Phrase Book encourages language continuityRead the original story

    Friday Jan 8 | Wawatay News

    Patricia Ningewance is well known for her work in keeping First Nations languages alive and well by publishing a number of books dealing with the subject, notably Talking Gookom's Language. She was in Thunder Bay with Wawatay radio announcer and translator Jerry Sawanas on December 19 -20 to launch the latest of four pocket phrase books dealing with the Oji-Cree language.

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  14. Langley's Spartans take two in Calgary with sweep of DinosRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jan 21 | Langley Advance

    The No. 2-ranked Trinity Western University Spartans used a balanced attack to sweep the University of Calgary Dinos 25-20, 28-26, and 25-20 in Canada West women's volleyball action Saturday night at the Jack Simpson gymnasium in Calgary.

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  15. A Legal Giant Joins OsgoodeRead the original story

    Thursday Jan 7 | York University

    Lorne Sossin, Dean of Osgoode Hall Law School at York University, today announced the appointment of The Honourable Marshall Rothstein as a Distinguished Visiting Professor. Rothstein, who has made rich and varied contributions to the law over the past 50 years including serving on the Supreme Court of Canada from March 2006 until his retirement in August 2015, joined the Law School on January 1 for a one-year term.

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  16. Low loonie brings lustre to buying local, Joanne Seiff writesRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jan 19 | CBC News

    The loonie's spending power has dropped - but that makes local products more attractive, Joanne Seiff writes. As the Canadian dollar slides, it might be hard to believe those who say the Manitoba economy is doing well.

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  17. Fortune Block, home of Times Change(d) bar, gets OK from committee for heritage statusRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jan 12 | CBC News

    These century-plus old buildings on Main may get a reprieve from the wrecking ball, after the city's property and planning committee recommended granting heritage status to the MacDonald Building, the Fortune Block and the Winnipeg Hotel. A Winnipeg city committee has voted in favour of adding three old buildings on south Main Street to the city's heritage building list, including the home of iconic music club Times Change High and Lonesome Club.

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  18. Nipigon River Bridge critical to Canada's transportation networkRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jan 12 | CBC News

    Dozens of transport trucks lined up at the Husky Truck stop in Nipigon, Ont., with the other two truck stops in town just as packed, when the bridge was shut Sunday. The success of the country's commercial transportation network hinges on the Nipigon River Bridge, a vulnerability exposed when the northern Ontario crossing broke Sunday and severed the trucking route between Eastern and Western Canada.

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  19. The Bay downtown in Winnipeg shrinks retail space again, closes 4th floorRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jan 8 | CBC News

    The fourth floor of The Bay downtown in Winnipeg is empty. The floor used to carry bedding and bath items and the seasonal Christmas section.

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  20. RAW:almond heads to ChurchillRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jan 7 | CBC News

    Fort Prince of Wales at Churchill will be the next location for the RAW:almond pop-up restaurant. The people who brought the RAW:almond pop-up restaurant to the river ice at The Forks in Winnipeg are taking the concept to Manitoba's northern frontier.

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