A Manitoba researcher may have made a breakthrough in the treatment of a virus that hits bees, Jeremy McDonald reports.
Breakthrough seen in fighting virus that hits bees
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Questions tonight about how badly damaged the train track to Churchill really is. They come after two motorcyclists from Colorado rode along the tracks, making a the first overland journey to the northern town since the rail line flooded in late May. Steve Green and Richard Whittaker say the tracks are dry and look repairable. CBC's Sean Kavanagh spoke to Steve Green as the two men were making their way back to Denver.
A Winnipeg man is angry and says police are not taking his concerns seriously after he discovered his recently stolen bike listed for sale on a buy-and-sell website called Letgo.
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