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Province, police warn Winnipeg grocery stores to stay closed for Good Friday
Winnipeggers hoping to spend their day off getting some grocery shopping done were out of luck this Good Friday.
Winnipeggers take part in Way of the Cross walk
Roughly 700 people took part in St. Emile Church's second annual Way of the Cross walk Friday.
'Most brazen act of anti-Semitism we've seen': Winnipeg Jewish community reeling after attack at BerMax Caffé
A woman was assaulted and a Winnipeg restaurant was severely vandalized in what police say was likely a hate-related robbery.
Winnipeg academics' open letter urges change to Millennium Library security
A group of Winnipeg academics is urging change to new security screening measures at the Millennium Library, which they say contradicts the goal of public libraries and fall hardest on the people who need the library the most.
Road tested: Jets confident they can win in St. Louis to force Game 7
The home team has yet to win over the first five games of the best-of-seven Western Conference quarter-final. It's the fourth time in NHL history, and first since 2004, that has happened to start a series.