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Buzz grows as pot stores open in Manitoba
Cannabis stores open this morning in Manitoba but unlike in some cities, where long lines waited for the doors to open, the buzz took a little longer to set in for Winnipeg.
'Random attack' near old Public Safety Building sends man to hospital in critical condition
Police are looking for suspects after a man was assaulted near King Street and William Avenue, the site of the old Public Safety Building.
Former student urges incumbent Steinbach school trustee to reconsider stance on sexuality education
A former Steinbach student who was bullied for being gay is challenging the campaign promise of a Hanover School Division trustee who has vowed to keep inclusive sexual education out of schools.
Supreme Court ruling shows need for more Indigenous Parliamentarians and judges, says lawyer
Following a Supreme Court ruling that there is no duty to consult Indigenous Peoples in drafting legislation, some officials say more Inuit, Métis and First Nations representation is needed on Parliament Hill.
Step inside a Winnipeg cannabis store
Five retail spaces will open in Winnipeg Wednesday morning, the day recreational cannabis becomes legal in Canada. Here's a look inside one of them.
'Tell the truth' if U.S. border guards ask about legal pot use, lawyer advises
First legal weed sold in Canada at Newfoundland shops
McDavid sets NHL record as Oilers rally for OT win against Jets
Janice Lukes joins 3 other incumbents endorsing Jenny Motkaluk as Winnipeg mayor
6 stores will open on 1st day of legal weed in Manitoba
Selkirk high school student arrested after bringing shotgun, ammunition to school
'Nickel and diming health care is costing lives up north,' family says after man dies en route to appointment
Woman testifies ex fatally shot man who threatened to 'slit his throat in his sleep'
Motkaluk pledges to freeze Winnipeg water and sewer rates until audit is done
U.S. border patrol warns 'amnesty' for pot convictions doesn't guarantee entry
Canada Post workers could begin rotating strikes Monday
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