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  1. Flying with the under-five set: How to travel with young onesRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday | CBC News

    With three hours to go on a six-hour flight from Punta Cana, Dominican Republic to Winnipeg, Canada, my then 2.5-year-old was losing it. She was a couple of hours past her bedtime and had missed her afternoon nap that day.

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  2. Once teammates, now rivals, still friendsRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday | My Manitoba.com

    Separated by provincial borders and wearing different colours, friends and former teammates Parker Thomas and Brett Dudar have been trying to carve their own paths on a new hockey landscape. It wasn't long ago that Thomas and Dudar were tearing it up together in the MJHL with the Selkirk Steelers.

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  3. Your weekend weatherRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday | The Winnipeg Free Press

    A cross-country skier makes his way across the meadow at Assiniboine Park Friday evening with a beautiful sunset lighting his way. Do you know what's funny? Seriously, do you know what's laugh-out-loud, side-splittingly, makes-you-want-to-wet-yourself hilarious? That was the main lesson I learned Friday morning when I "auditioned" for my buddy Big Daddy Tazz, one of Canada's most popular standup comedians, to see if he wanted to insert me in the lineup of his big fundraising comedy gala Saturday night.

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  4. Newcomer moms get together at Turtle Island Community Centre.Read the original story w/Photo

    Saturday | The Winnipeg Free Press

    If Winnipeg is going to face racism "head on, as one community" as Mayor Brian Bowman vows it will, the city should focus on all visible minorities and not just indigenous citizens, says one South Sudanese newcomer. "Seeing the mayor talk about aboriginals and not refugees gives me the feeling that he's not addressing the issue of new Canadians," said David Atem, after Bowman called a news conference Thursday, flanked by many First Nations leaders, to respond to a Maclean's article about racism toward indigenous Winnipeggers.

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  5. Newcomers want to be heardRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Jan 24 | The Winnipeg Free Press

    If Winnipeg is going to face racism "head on, as one community" as Mayor Brian Bowman vows it will, the city should focus on all visible minorities and not just indigenous citizens, says one South Sudanese newcomer. "Seeing the mayor talk about aboriginals and not refugees gives me the feeling that he's not addressing the issue of new Canadians," said David Atem, after Bowman called a news conference Thursday, flanked by many First Nations leaders, to respond to a Maclean's article about racism toward indigenous Winnipeggers.

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  6. Pub night masterpiecesRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Jan 24 | The Winnipeg Free Press

    It's Wednesday night at a popular watering hole near Polo Park. While the Toronto Maple Leafs battle the Washington Capitals on a bank of big-screen TVs above their heads, 36 individuals in matching green smocks are preparing to recite the Paint Nite oath, as dictated by Manda Brownrigg, their host/painting instructor for the next few hours.

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  7. MyToba 30 Under 30: Michael Redhead ChampagneRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jan 23 | My Manitoba.com

    In our new 30 Under 30 series, we introduce you to some of the province's most promising up-and-comers. Our inaugural class of remarkable Manitobans includes entrepreneurs, politicians, social advocates, artists, athletes and everything in between.

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  8. Make it a Valentine's Day to remember with a little romanceRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jan 23 | My Manitoba.com

    Getting a great gift is very simple. It's actually not the gift at Valentine's day, and it's taking a little bit of a stealthy approach to love that makes a huge difference.

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  9. Is our city really the 'worst' in Canada?Read the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jan 23 | The Winnipeg Free Press

    Phil Hossack / Winnipeg Free Press Teens Madeleine Dupuis and Liv Gardiner, who were visiting the human rights museum Thursday, were impressed by Mayor Brian Bowman s response to the racist label. Phil Hossack / Winnipeg Free Press Willis Petti, with his son, Cassius, says he isn t surprised the city was called the most racist in Canada.

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  10. Winnipeg artists build boat-shaped gallery on river ice at The ForksRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jan 22 | GlobalNews

    This city's love/hate affair with winter is warming up with a temporary art gallery on river ice at The Forks. The artists that form the Chris and Kine collective have built a history-inspired gallery on an ice surface that already boasts a restaurant, skating path and a collection of warming huts designed by world-renowned architects.

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  11. UWinnipeg joins CowardFest with rarely-performed comedyRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jan 22 | My Manitoba.com

    Semi-Monde , NoA l Coward's rarely-produced comedy of bad manners, will be the University of Winnipeg's entry in CowardFest, the 2015 Master Playwright's Festival presented by the Royal Manitoba Theatre Centre. Directed by Arne MacPherson and featuring students of the third-year honours acting class, the show runs from Feb. 10-14 at the UWinnipeg Asper Centre for Theatre and Film.

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  12. Indian MS researchers disassociate from Winnipeg companyRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jan 22 | CBC News

    Surjo Banerjee, director of Genesis Ltd., says he's in 'favour of this disassociation with Regenetek Research in Canada immediately, until or unless the allegations against Dr. Doug Broeska and/or Regenetek are proven false.' An Indian medical group doing experimental stem cell therapy with multiple sclerosis patients is cutting ties with a Winnipeg man and his company, Regenetek Research, saying it's concerned about questions of his credibility and research methodology.

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  13. RRC asks police to investigate allegations of marble in former president's homeRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jan 21 | The Winnipeg Free Press

    It's been alleged that surplus marble from a college project was installed in the home of Red River College's former president. Red River College has contacted the Winnipeg Police Service regarding an incident involving a former president and marble countertops that ended up in her former Wellington Crescent home.

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  14. BODNAR - Shelly LynnRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jan 21 | Yorkton This Week & Enterprise

    Shelly Lynn Bodnar was born October 14, 1968 at Winnipeg General Hospital; a beautiful baby girl for Eleanor and Walter Kohuch. She attended Winnipeg Elementary School and then River Heights Junior School.

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  15. Letters, Jan. 21Read the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jan 21 | The Winnipeg Free Press

    To send a letter for consideration on our Letters page: Fill out our online form at the link above, or Email letters@freepress.mb.ca, or Fax 697-7412, or Mail Letters to the Editor, 1355 Mountain Avenue, Winnipeg, Manitoba, R2X 3B6. He places much of the blame for the controversy and accusations of improprieties that have clouded Joshi's reputation on Phil Sheegl, and does so with obvious disdain.

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  16. Daily hockey roundup - Jan. 21Read the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jan 21 | My Manitoba.com

    The 25-14-8 Winnipeg Jets will play their final game before the all-star break when they face the Columbus Blue Jackets at MTS Iceplex on Wednesday night. The Jets will take on the hosts of the 2015 NHL All-Star Weekend.

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  17. A price to pay for evening parkingRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jan 21 | The Winnipeg Free Press

    Photo illustration of parking meter for story on proposal for new paid parking during the evening hours in downtown Winnipeg. Photo taken on Portage Ave. See Randy's story.

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  18. Coyotes confirm Boedker had spleen removed after Jets gameRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jan 20 | MSNBC

    The injury suffered by Mikkel Boedker - Arizona's leading goalscorer this season - was more serious than first indicated; on Tuesday, Coyotes GM Don Maloney confirmed that Boedker had his ruptured spleen removed following Sunday's shootout loss to Winnipeg. Received update on Boedker: he injured spleen during WPG game and had surgery that night to remove it, GM Don Maloney confirmed.

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  19. Lives Lived: Marjorie (Snowden) Hibberd, 83Read the original story w/Photo

    Monday Jan 19 | The Globe and Mail

    Mother, teacher, people person, traveller. Born on Oct. 30, 1930, in Winnipeg; died on Aug. 3, 2014, in Midland, Ont., of heart failure, aged 83. Marjorie possessed an overwhelmingly positive view of the world.

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  20. The Mitchell Block: A fresh, new take in an old venueRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Jan 19 | My Manitoba.com

    The Mitchell Block, owned by Chef Sean McKay, continued to operate under the name Tre Visi for about a year before he rebranded the McDermot Avenue institution. The name pays homage to the Mitchell Drug Company, which built the building for its pharmacy and laboratory in 1886.

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