City to release audit into police HQ project

Troubled projects at Winnipeg’s city hall have prompted another audit — this time delving into the controversial construction of a new police headquarters. While Winnipeggers continue to absorb the details of the 192-page EY audit on real estate transactions, an audit into the police Read More

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One glorious night

It started, oddly enough, with a run play. Two of them, in fact. And then a punt. It was just over 20 years ago — July 14, 1994, to be exact — when Matt Dunigan obliterated the Canadian Football League’s single-game passing record by throwing for 713 yards in a […]

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Flood costs province $200 million so far

The bill for this summer’s flooding is at least $200 million and rising, Premier Greg Selinger said today. The amount includes flood-damaged roads and bridges and financial disaster assistance for Manitobans hit by the worst of the summer flooding in the Assiniboine Valley. To date,… Read More

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CTF’s next president from New Brunswick

Manitoba Teachers’ Society president Paul Olson has tweeted congratulations to New Brunswick’s Heather Smith on being elected as the next president of the Canadian Teachers Federation. Olson had also been a candidate for the job, which would take effect in 2015. The CTF wraps up its Read More

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