Battle against brown water set for weekend

City hall has scratched frozen pipes off its to-do list and is turning its attention to brown water. Civic officials said Thursday they would begin a key component of the discoloured-water containment program. Crews from the water and waste utility will begin flushing water lines this weekend Read More

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Bear-y nice!

Hudson, meet Hudson. Aurura, meet Aurora. Thursday’s opening of the highly anticipated Journey to Churchill exhibit gave two young humans, and two young polar bears, the chance to make acquaintances. Hudson Ellis, 5, was able to see Hudson the bear in the Churchill Coast portion of the exhibit. Read More

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Emails shed light on city deals

Two days before Christmas in 2009, a City of Winnipeg property manager expressed concern in an email the city was about to outsource the management of the newly purchased Canada Post building. The unnamed official felt the city could have handled the job without outsourcing the work to Shindico Read […]

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Officer makes Red rescue

A Winnipeg police officer rescued a woman from the Red River earlier this week. Police said the woman was spotted standing about four metres from shore about 8:30 a.m. Monday in the Red River near Bishop Grandin Boulevard and River Road. “While in normal conditions the river can be a […]

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Lotteries

In the event of a discrepancy between this list and the official winning numbers, the latter shall prevail. PICK 3 Winning number Thursday was 710. EXTRA Winning number Thursday was 4064797. LOTTO 6/49 Winning numbers Thursday were 13, 20, 27, 28, 47 and 49. Bonus number was 15. The Read […]

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RM of Edward hit hard

BRANDON — A small RM in the southwest corner of Manitoba is nearly an island unto itself and has seen exponentially more damage than in 2011. The RM of Edward has been in a state of emergency since June 5 and the latest wrath of flooding is fraying the nerves […]

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