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A doggone good column|
Jasmine Colucci works as a community nurse in Bloodvein First Nation, but she's also just what the doctor ordered to reduce the area's problem with stray dogs.
Pop-up shop lifted|
The owner of a pop-up streetwear shop downtown is faced with the prospect of a near-empty store during the height of Christmas shopping season after a break-in on Wednesday night.
White House suggests Putin was involved in U.S. hacking
WASHINGTON -- The Obama administration
suggested Thursday that Russian
President Vladimir Putin personally
authorized the hacking of Democratic
officials' email accounts in the run-up
to the presidential election and said
it was "fact" that such actions helped
Donald Trump's campaign. The White
House also assailed Trump himself,
saying he must have
Close call: Vehicle plows into tow truck|
CAA Manitoba is reminding drivers to
slow down and move over for emergency
vehicles on the side of the road after a
tow truck driver had a close call on
Polar bear encounters up in Churchill|
CHURCHILL, Man. -- Manitoba
officials say polar bear encounters
the inhabitants of Churchill have
reached record levels on the shores of
No news is bad news for premier|
There was a reason Premier Brian Pallister didn't provide Manitobans with an economic update during his first state of the province address last week.
Six years for manslaughter|
Elvis McKay stabbed a man to death after
a fight sparked by McKay's violent
treatment of his common-law wife.
SkipTheDishes sold for $110M|
SkipTheDishes, the online food delivery
service whose headquarters are in
Winnipeg, has been sold for $110
Traces of explosives found on victims of Paris flight, says Egypt|
CAIRO -- Traces of explosives have been found on some of the victims of an EgyptAir flight from Paris that crashed in the Mediterranean Sea in May, Egypt's government said Thursday, a finding that could deal another major blow to the country's vital tourism sector.
Disraeli crash kills woman|
A 33-year-old woman is dead after a car
she was a passenger in drifted across
the median of the Disraeli Freeway
Wednesday and struck an oncoming car.
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Federal government moves to ban asbestos by 2018|
OTTAWA -- After years in which thousands of Canadians were diagnosed annually with deadly, asbestos-related cancers, the federal government is finally moving to ban all products containing asbestos by 2018.