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Canadian military works to define 'hateful conduct' to help it detect and discipline extremists
Canada’s military is still defining the term “hateful conduct” as it grapples with how to better detect and discipline white supremacists in its ranks. Military leaders say they have identified areas of improvement and are working toward change.
Former Winnipegger living in China relieved quarantine is ending
A former Winnipegger living in Nanjing says she's relieved the mandatory quarantine is over and she can leave her apartment.
As Canadians return home from Westerdam cruise, health officials urge them to self-isolate
Two Canadians who were aboard a cruise ship that was refused entry to several countries before docking in Cambodia last week received an unusual greeting when they returned to Canada Sunday — border agents were waiting at their gate, requesting they put on masks.
Railway protest against B.C. pipeline shuts down at day's end near Letellier, Man.
A railway protest in southern Manitoba was short-lived on Sunday, only days after demonstrators opposing a pipeline in northern B.C. abandoned a blockade west of Winnipeg.
Nathan Beaulieu, Jets down Blackhawks to snap 2-game slide
After Winnipeg Jets defenceman Nathan Beaulieu scored his first goal of the season Sunday, he made the gesture of throwing a monkey off his back.
Part of condo development 'completely collapsed' after Sunday morning fire in Transcona
Team Manitoba picks up 2nd win at Scotties
Why Coastal GasLink says it rejected a pipeline route endorsed by Wet'suwet'en hereditary chiefs
What's open in Winnipeg on Louis Riel Day
With cannabis edibles on shelves, vets remind owners to be smart about pets and pot
Manitoba 150's celebratory spending 'invests in asphalt, but not people': Seiff
These unicorn mukluks will have you flying over rainbows and glitter
Jones defeated, Einarson victorious in first draws at Scotties
Dog stolen in car theft reunited with owner: 'She's home and I'm so happy'
'Everybody wins here': Chase the Ace winner picks up record $230K pot in Whitemouth, Man.
Federal government to bring home Canadians on board quarantined cruise ship
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