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Manitoba man dreams of heading to U.S. for 'silly county fair' after Ottawa vows to expedite pot pardons
After a 40-year prohibition from entering the United States for the misdeed of carrying an ounce of pot, Gary Jones doesn't imagine his life changing if his criminal record was wiped out.
Company offers $1,000 reward after thieves steal solar panels from work site
A Manitoba solar energy company has offered a $1,000 reward for anyone who can help solve the mystery of who stole more than 100 solar panels from a work site over the weekend.
Indigenous man's death en route to hospital prompts call for inquiry
A Manitoba MP is calling for an inquiry after a man with a heart condition died on an inter-city bus while travelling to see his doctor, and is asking others who have had problems accessing health care in the region to come forward.
Seniors interested in exploring benefits of legal cannabis
The legalization of cannabis has many seniors interested in exploring what once seemed like a taboo option to help address medical issues and pain.
Slow Fashion October movement pushes back against cheap, trendy and environmentally harmful 'fast fashion'
Fast fashion, it's cheap and trendy clothing that's made quickly so we can all have the fashion trends of the season, but it has been criticized for the impacts it has on the environment.
MLA accused of harassment taking medical leave, not seeking re-election
Winnipeg's 1st toking and driving ticket issued 1 hour into legalization
First taste of legal cannabis with marijuana activist Steven Stairs
Motkaluk joins Bowman in pledging to freeze frontage levies
'Today, I'm not a criminal': Pot stores open to kudos, critiques in Manitoba
A look inside 2 of Manitoba's first cannabis stores on Day 1 of legalized pot
Road rage leads to attack on 49-year-old man, police say
Doctor sues WRHA, saying he was forced out after reporting workplace bullying at HSC
Red River College instructor victim of 'random attack' near Exchange District campus
Get outside at some point on Thursday afternoon. The warmth won't last long
Former student urges incumbent Steinbach school trustee to reconsider stance on sexuality education
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