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A teenage girl who held a fake gun to her head in the middle of Winnipeg's busiest intersection last year has "done remarkably well" in seeking help and bringing her life on track, giving lawyers and the judge who sentenced her hope for her future.
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The Manitoba government is hinting at an increase to the province's minimum wage following a freeze last year and another deadlock between labour and management advisers.
New Manitoba law aims to halt sex assaults at post-secondary schools
Manitoba's universities, colleges and other post-secondary institutions must follow new rules aimed at preventing and raising awareness of sexual violence and harassment involving students.
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Police car slammed into at Winnipeg intersection, officers sent to hospital
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