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Earth Hour This Saturday
Cops vs. Cougars - Cops Win
Low Flood Risk: Province
Gimli Pool Plans Sunk
MB Hiring Intentions Low
MWF Calls for an End to Jacklighting
Business Optimism at Lowest Level Since 2010
Robbery in Selkirk
New Chief at Peguis
ITA Holding AGM Tonight
Riverton 24 Hr. Challenge
All Power Restored
HCSS Workers Ratify Agreement
14 cm of Snow in Arborg
Problem Dogs Contained
Crabby Steve Funeral
Gimli Changes Meeting Days
Worst Roads Campaign Launched
Gimli Woman Charged in Shooting
ESD Named in Lawsuit
Beach Water Hearing Wed.
Rain, Snow, Bad Roads Expected
Provincial News
Missing Teen Possibly in Regina
Election Laws Challenged
Toews Under Investigation
U of W Motion Passes
Cadet Band in Winnipeg
High Renewal for Jets Tickets
Robbery in Selkirk
Liquor Store Robbery
Inmate Death Investigation
Police at Pharmacy Office
Diversion to be Opened
Travel MB Awards
MCNeil Appointed Wpg CAO
Shooting in St. Theresa Pt.
Power Outages
Officer Disciplined
Wpg Demolition Fears
Gimli Woman Charged
Counsellors in Virden Today
Illegal Moose Hunting Probed
School Ski Review
Filmon Selected as Lt. Gov.
National News
New York Explosion
Silicone Injector Sentenced
Two in the Cockpit: Raitt
International News

 

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Earth Hour This Saturday Manitobans are encouraged to dim their lights for one hour Saturday night to mark earth hour. The W ...(Full Story) Cops vs. Cougars - Cops Win Consider it payback – the second annual cops vs. cougars hockey game is in the books and year over ...(Full Story) Low Flood Risk: Province Provincial flood forecasters say the risk of flooding this spring is low in most areas of the provin ...(Full Story) Gimli Pool Plans Sunk Plans for an indoor pool in Gimli are being flushed down the drain. Gimli mayor Randy Woroniuk sa ...(Full Story) MB Hiring Intentions Low If you’re job hunting you might have to step up your hunt that much more over the next few months. ...(Full Story) MWF Calls for an End to Jacklighting The Manitoba Wildlife Federation is calling for a ban on jacklighting, or spotlighting. With moo ...(Full Story)


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