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Construction Zone Speeding
Rollover Kills Man
Boat Theft Probed
Manitoba Honoring Terry Fox
Council, MIT to Tackle Flooding
Icelandic Fest Funding
Seek Shelter, Not Cameras
MB Should Meet with SK: Pallister
Good Weather Helps Crops
Strike Notice Given
More Weather Stations Coming
Search Crews Over Matlock
Cool Weather Slows West Nile
Gimli Woman Dies in Crash
Funnel Clouds Possible Today
Communities Head to Polls
Provincial News
Nepinak Wins Election
AMC Election
Highway Crash Kills Man
Manitoban in Horse Competition
First Nations Finances
Decrease in Golf Memberships
Maryk Sentencing Held Over
Pendant Located
Violence Hits Home
Flin Flon Man Dies in Crash
Winnipeg Death Suspicious
Woman Struck by Car; Dies
Programs for Fishers
Park Cleanup Requested
Three Tornadoes Confirmed
National News
Flights Questioned
Embassy Denies Accusations
Fist Bump over Hand Shake
Clippers Sale
Finance Memo
Grassy River Report
International News


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Construction Zone Speeding It appears drivers in Manitoba are still not getting the message when it comes to speeding in constr ...(Full Story) Rollover Kills Man A man is dead after he was ejected from his rolling vehicle south of Lockport Wednesday afternoon. E ...(Full Story) Boat Theft Probed Police in Selkirk are probing the theft of some boats from a Selkirk club. RCMP say sometime between ...(Full Story) Manitoba Honoring Terry Fox The province is changing the name of the August civic holiday to honor a national hero. Premier Greg ...(Full Story) Council, MIT to Tackle Flooding Manitoba Infrastructure and Transportation is hoping to team up with RM of Gimli council to tackle s ...(Full Story) Icelandic Fest Funding Gimli’s Icelandic Festival is receiving a big birthday gift from the federal government. MP James ...(Full Story) Seek Shelter, Not Cameras Weather experts are noticing a startling trend when it comes to severe weather – more people are r ...(Full Story) MB Should Meet with SK: Pallister Manitoba Opposition Leader Brian Pallister is accusing the NDP government of not moving quickly enou ...(Full Story) Good Weather Helps Crops Another week of good weather helped advance crops in the Interlake, and the province says crops are ...(Full Story) Strike Notice Given Around 100 CUPE members in Selkirk are preparing to strike. CUPE Local 3085 represents around 100 em ...(Full Story)

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