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Family and Community Will be Legacy of North End Family Centre

The North End Family Centre (NEFC) will close in October, but those involved with the ministry say the legacy will last for a while. 

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Police Arrest Two in Connection to Violent Kidnapping and Robbery

Two men are being charged for allegedly abducting a man this summer, assaulting him, robbing him, and making him breathe in methamphetamine.

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Lukes in by Acclamation

One Winnipeg city councillor has already won in this October's municipal election.

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Funding Issues Closing Doors of North End Family Centre

With heavy hearts, the North End Family Centre (NEFC) board is closing down next month.

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Multi-million Dollar Donation Allows for Heart Health Research in Winnipeg

St. Boniface Hospital and the Montreal Heart Institute are collaborating on 10 research projects related to women's cardiovascular health.

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Human Rights Commission Finds Adults with Physical Disabilities Face Age-based Discrimination

A few months ago, Tyson Sylvester was locked in a cage in Old Market Square.

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Record Summer for Winnipeg Airport

Winnipeg saw a record number of passengers travel through the airport this summer.

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Bombers Losses Fans' Gain

In the middle of a four-game losing streak, the Winnipeg Blue Bombers are hoping that $3.00 might be enough to entice fans to the stadium.

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Manitobans Still Not Receiving Emergency Alerts

Manitoba Infrastructure Minister Ron Schuler says there will be changes after only 60 percent of Manitoba's mobile phone users received the most recent alarm from the Emergency Alert Ready System.

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One Dead After Train Derailment in Northern Manitoba

Both the Arctic Gateway Group and Manitoba RCMP say one man is dead and another is in hospital with serious injuries after a train derailment near Thompson, Man. 

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The Balk Heard Round the Association: One Year Later

Winnipeg Goldeyes radio broadcaster Steve Schuster says he’ll never forget what happened at Shaw Park a year ago today.

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Ballet Launches Book Club to Encourage Reading of Source Material

Canada's Royal Winnipeg Ballet is inviting the public to learn more about performances and the inspiration behind them by participating in a book club.

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