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Having a blast: Winnipeg fireworks store offers free show for info on pyrotechnic pincher
A Winnipeg fireworks retailer is offering a free show for the tip that catches a thief who stole $150 worth of pyrotechnics.
Elementary students create new book in an effort to understand reconciliation
Elementary school students at École Laura Secord School have created a new book on the Truth and Reconciliation Commission of Canada’s calls to action.
Decision on when to close Seven Oaks ER still pending
Staff at Seven Oaks hospital are no closer to finding out whether the emergency department will close this summer or in September, despite a briefing by management last Friday.
Manitoba Opposition NDP playing defence as election draws closer
It's unusual for an Opposition party to be playing defence this far out from an election, said one political analyst. But Kinew presents a special case because the governing Progressive Conservatives have already highlighted his legal troubles in ads of their own.
Ottawa to put $13M toward projects to honour lives of MMIWG
The federal government will provide more than $13 million for community-led projects to help honour the lives and legacies of missing and murdered Indigenous women and girls.
Councillors concerned over potential for province to override city land-use decisions
Police look for man who abducted 16-year-old
Shopping cart lockers offer homeless a secure place to leave belongings
Winnipeg doctor heads to U.S. to learn complicated gender-affirming surgeries
Man dies after van-train crash near Austin, Man.
Scattered showers and storms will move across southern Manitoba on Monday
Winnipeg Yazidi community calls for car seat donations after crash killed refugee girl
Man dead after ATV flips over near western Manitoba town
Langside Street shooting suspect charged with attempted murder
Winnipeg man dead after falling from California cliff
'Why can't they just speak out?' Family of Poplar River homicide victim makes plea to witnesses
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