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Manitoba court rejects demand from unions for injunction against wage freeze
Manitoba's public-sector unions lost a bid Friday for a temporary court injunction against a provincial government bill that would freeze wages for 110,000 workers.
Winnipeg skateboard pioneer honoured with mural at The Forks
The man credited with helping to create Winnipeg’s skateboarding scene is being honoured with a new mural at The Plaza skateboard park at The Forks.
'I like the furry ones': Small zookeepers go on exclusive zoo tour
Contest participants submitted reasons why they would make great zookeepers. The chosen winners got a special tour of Assiniboine Park Zoo. They enjoyed getting up close with the bears, birds and other critters in honour of Zookeeper Week around the world.
Blue Bombers look to Argos for redemption after loss to Lions
Matt Nichols has a 24-hour rule when it comes to dealing with losses, but the Winnipeg Blue Bombers quarterback needed twice that long to get over last weekend's collapse against the B.C. Lions.
Permanent memorial site at Broncos crash site sought, but no decision yet
A community foundation set up after the fatal Humboldt Broncos bus crash is hoping for a permanent memorial at the site.
Girl, 13, killed by drunk driver in St. Theresa Point: RCMP
No charges against police in death of Winnipeg inmate
Price of natural gas going up in Manitoba, but barely
Former Winnipeg financial adviser faces penalties after disciplinary hearing
True stories: 5 biographical Winnipeg Fringe shows based on personal experience
Pallister asked to slash red tape between provinces
Japan resumes Canadian wheat imports after suspension
Man carrying bag of cocaine runs smack into police car
CN says it didn't cause fires along tracks in Winnipeg
John Sauder: Storm watch underway in southern Manitoba
Transit bus briefly hijacked, sprayed with bear repellent
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