• Brandon police investigate shots fired at Russell Street home - CBC.ca

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    Brandon police investigate shots fired at Russell Street home
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    Brandon police are investigating after a vacant house was shot at several times on Monday, marking the fourth shooting in the western Manitoba city in recent weeks. Brandon police officers believe the latest shooting, which was reported early Monday ...and more »
  • Une faible tornade touche le sol à Russell au Manitoba - ICI.Radio-Canada.ca

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    Une faible tornade touche le sol à Russell au Manitoba
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    Une faible tornade a touché le sol à Russell au Manitoba samedi après-midi, selon Environnement Canada. « Même si elle était photogénique, ce n'était pas une tornade importante », a mentionné Natalie Hasell, météorologiste à Environnement Canada.and more »
  • Landspout tornado touches down near Russell, Man. - CBC.ca

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    Landspout tornado touches down near Russell, Man.
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    A landspout tornado touched down briefly nearly Russell, Man., on Saturday afternoon, Environment Canada says. "While very photogenic, it was not going to be a severe event," said Natalie Hasell, warning preparedness meteorologist with Environment ...
  • Landmark wooden arch crashes down on street in Russell, Man. - CBC.ca

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    Landmark wooden arch crashes down on street in Russell, Man.
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    The town of Russell is dealing with a case of fallen arches. A massive wooden arch, one of several spanning the intersections along Main Street, crashed down Wednesday night. Mayor Len Derkach said no one was hurt and no vehicles were damaged when ...and more »
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  • Inglis man, 73, dead after fatal head-on crash near Russell - CBC.ca

    Inglis man, 73, dead after fatal head-on crash near Russell
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    The driver of an SUV is dead after a Saturday night crash that happened near Russell, Man. RCMP were called to Highway 16 about 10 kilometres south of Russell after reports of a collision just before midnight. A northbound pickup truck and a southbound ...and more »
  • Lost Jack Russell terrier found 400 kilometres from Manitoba home - Toronto Star

    Lost Jack Russell terrier found 400 kilometres from Manitoba home
    Toronto Star
    WINNIPEG—A little dog who somehow escaped from his home in Roblin, Man., would probably have some amazing stories to tell if he could talk. The 10-year-old Jack Russell terrier named Duke was found nearly 400 kilometres away in downtown Winnipeg.and more »
  • Manitoba Governement Extends Deadline for Companies Interested in Russell ... - Potash Investing News

    Manitoba Governement Extends Deadline for Companies Interested in Russell ...
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    The Winnipeg Free Press reported that the provincial government has extended the deadline for companies to provide an initial expression of interest in the Russell-McAuley potash deposit. As quoted in the market news: In 2014, Manitoba amalgamated ...
  • Etta and Otto and Russell and James by Emma Hooper – fairytale friendships ... - The Guardian

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    Etta and Otto and Russell and James by Emma Hooper – fairytale friendships ...
    The Guardian
    For all the novel's trappings of fable, Hooper is at her best when describing reality, in passages where she lets the calm remove of her prose act as a counterbalance to the everyday horrors of the situation, as when, three days into Manitoba, Etta's ...

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  • Lewis nears Fort Worth Stock Show & Rodeo championship - KTVQ Billings News

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    Lewis nears Fort Worth Stock Show & Rodeo championship
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    (second round) 1, Orin Larsen, Inglas, Manitoba, Canada, 82 points on Andrews Rodeo's Phantom, 2, (tie)Tanner Aus, Granite Falls, Minn., and Colin Adams, Deloraine, Manitoba, Canada, 81. 4, Ty Taypotat, Regina, .... 6, Brock Russell, Rye, Colo., 77 ...

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  • Armstrong's War in Thompson Feb. 4 as part of Royal MTC regional tour - Thompson Citizen

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    Armstrong's War in Thompson Feb. 4 as part of Royal MTC regional tour
    Thompson Citizen
    4 when the Royal Manitoba Theatre Centre (MTC) presents Armstrong's War by Colleen Murphy during its regional tour, which also includes performances in Snow Lake tonight and Churchill on Jan. 31 as well as Flin Flon on Feb. 6. Featuring Justin Otto as ...
  • New RCMP inspector coming - Portage Daily Graphic

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    New RCMP inspector coming
    Portage Daily Graphic
    The Central Plains area will get a new RCMP inspector in February following the reposting of Inspector Ron Russell last November. Staff Sgt. Rick Head will ... It's a little bit nostalgic for me to be heading back to Manitoba,” he said. Speaking of ...
  • Facebook founder's book club picks Pinker - Winnipeg Free Press

    Facebook founder's book club picks Pinker
    Winnipeg Free Press
    A B.C. poet with six collections and a Governor General's Award nomination to his name will help Manitobans find their "Pathways to Poems" in a day-long workshop. Russell Thornton's workshop, which runs tomorrow at the Manitoba Writers' Guild office in ...
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  • Sometimes there is no cure: Doctors, machines and technology can keep us ... - National Post

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    Sometimes there is no cure: Doctors, machines and technology can keep us ...
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    “People have a very hard time putting their own beliefs and values aside, because we're not built like that, emotionally or psychologically,” says Dr. Russell Goldman, director of the Temmy Latner Centre for Palliative Care at Toronto's Mount Sinai ...
    End of life care: A shift to living well before dyingCanada.com

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  • Nesbitt seeks Tory nod in Riding Mountain - Brandon Sun

    Nesbitt seeks Tory nod in Riding Mountain
    Brandon Sun
    On the flip side, as publisher of Crossroads This Week and the South Mountain Press, which cover an area from Russell in the west to Erickson and Onanole in the east, and from Kenton north to Riding Mountain National Park, Nesbitt has also been privy ...
  • Live well until dying: Push on to provide palliative care sooner during end-of ... - National Post

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    Live well until dying: Push on to provide palliative care sooner during end-of ...
    National Post
    Watching a loved one die a bad death “turns the promise of a peaceful exit from this life into a lie,” Harvey Max Chochinov, director of the Manitoba Palliative Care Research Unit at CancerCare Manitoba, wrote in a recent commentary in HealthCarePapers ...
    End of life care: A shift to living well before dyingCanada.com

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  • Exhibitors mean business while showing products - Brandon Sun

    Exhibitors mean business while showing products
    Brandon Sun
    Greg Setter, of Setter Manufacturing out of Russell, uses Ag Days as a way to feature new products that his company is bringing to market in Manitoba and North America. This year, the local manufacturing company is showcasing the Drylobag system, which ...
  • Climatologist believes sky's the limit for atlas - Brandon Sun

    Climatologist believes sky's the limit for atlas
    Brandon Sun
    University of Winnipeg climatologist Danny Blair gives a presentation on climate change and the forecasted trends during Wednesday's session at the Farm Credit of Canada Theatre at Manitoba Ag Days. ... "What's it going to be like in Russell? What's it ...

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  • 'Nothing was black and white' - Regina Leader-Post

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    'Nothing was black and white'
    Regina Leader-Post
    Quality end-of-life care could give more Canadians a gentle exit, Harvey Max Chochinov, a professor of psychiatry at the University of Manitoba, writes in a recent commentary. But in Canada ... "People have a very hard time putting their own beliefs ...
  • 'Nothing was black and white' - Saskatoon StarPhoenix

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    'Nothing was black and white'
    Saskatoon StarPhoenix
    Quality end-of-life care could give more Canadians a gentle exit, Harvey Max Chochinov, a professor of psychiatry at the University of Manitoba, writes in a recent commentary. But in Canada ... "People have a very hard time putting their own beliefs ...

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  • PTE show explores life, death and the blues - Winnipeg Free Press

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    PTE show explores life, death and the blues
    Winnipeg Free Press
    For every Jared Leto or Juliette Lewis there are plenty of acts such as 30 Odd Foot of Grunts (Russell Crowe), the Bacon Brothers (Kevin Bacon) or Kevin Costner & the Modern West. Toronto's Raoul Bhaneja is an actor, writer ... Many of his theatrical ...
  • End of life care: doctors, machines and technology can keep us alive, but why? - Vancouver Sun

    End of life care: doctors, machines and technology can keep us alive, but why?
    Vancouver Sun
    Quality, end-of-life care could give more Canadians a gentle exit from this world, Harvey Max Chochinov, a professor of psychiatry at the University of Manitoba, writes in a recent commentary in the journal, HealthcarePapers. ... “People have a very ...

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  • Unregulated and underpaid: New Canadian study takes hard look at health-care ... - Winnipeg Free Press

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    Unregulated and underpaid: New Canadian study takes hard look at health-care ...
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    The average health-care aide in a Manitoba nursing home is a middle-aged woman who is dedicated, hard-working and speaks English as a second language. She has limited training and works without the security or guidance of professional regulations.

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  • Unregulated and underpaid - Winnipeg Free Press

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    Unregulated and underpaid
    Winnipeg Free Press
    The average health-care aide in a Manitoba nursing home is a middle-aged woman who is dedicated, hard-working and speaks English as a second language. She has limited training and works without the security or guidance of professional regulations.

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  • Flin Flon and District Chamber of Commerce talks pump prices, online speeds - The Reminder

    The Reminder
    Flin Flon and District Chamber of Commerce talks pump prices, online speeds
    The Reminder
    President-elect Dianne Russell suggested having a guest speaker address the matter at a future meeting. ... Fifteen communities in Manitoba have fibre-optic service through MTS, including Thompson and The Pas, which received the service in 2012.
  • Stream and download Caribou's live album featuring Four Tet, Sinkane, James ... - The 405

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    Stream and download Caribou's live album featuring Four Tet, Sinkane, James ...
    The 405
    Who? Dan Snaith aka Caribou aka Daphni aka Mr. Snaith fka Manitoba. What? Caribou Vibration Ensemble, touring show featuring an 11-piece band that goes on tour with him. What (again)? The band is made up of lots of Cool and Well Known People, ...

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  • In Brief - Winnipeg Free Press

    In Brief
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    BRANDON -- Residents in the southwest corner of Manitoba face a looming doctor shortage. Officials from Melita and the RM of Two Border are hosting a Feb. 6 meeting to discuss the issue. Melita Coun. Alby Morris said the ... "The community feels the ...
    Woman's death naturalThe Carillon
    Melita bracing for doctor shortageBrandon Sun

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  • Melita bracing for doctor shortage - Brandon Sun

    Melita bracing for doctor shortage
    Brandon Sun
    "The community feels the RHA isn't trying hard enough to fill these positions and they would rather fill centres like Virden, Killarney or Russell — the bigger communities," Morris said. "As far as I'm concerned we have ... It also called on the ...
  • West Coast Bias: Emerging stars feeding Flames - Sportsnet.ca

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    West Coast Bias: Emerging stars feeding Flames
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    And players like Lance Bouma, Kris Russell, Josh Jooris and now Ortio have given Calgary much more than expected. It's funny how things work. Calgary drafted goalies Brent Krahn at No. 9 overall in 2000, and Leland Irving ... Canada's best team right ...

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  • Jackals rookie Shamanski is playing at all-star level - Elmira Star-Gazette

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    Jackals rookie Shamanski is playing at all-star level
    Elmira Star-Gazette
    The 6-foot, 200-pounder from Carberry, Manitoba will represent the Jackals at the ECHL All-Star Game on Wednesday at the Amway Center in Orlando. ... Jackals head coach Jamie Russell knew Shamanski even before the two came to Elmira this season.
  • 2 sex offenders back behind bars in Winnipeg - CBC.ca

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    2 sex offenders back behind bars in Winnipeg
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    Both Brett Russell Jeffrey Pilch, 49, and Winston George Thomas, 37, were arrested on Wednesday. mi-thomas. Winston George Thomas breached conditions after his release from Headingley Correctional Centre on Dec. 23. (MIHRSOU). Both have lengthy ...
    Two high-risk sex offenders found to be in breach of probationWinnipeg Free Press
    Convicted sex offenders back in custody after breaching probation: policeCTV News

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  • High-risk sex offenders back in custody - Winnipeg Sun

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    High-risk sex offenders back in custody
    Winnipeg Sun
    Brett Russell Pilch, 49, had only been out since Dec. 31, when he had been released from Bowden Institution in Alberta. Police say Pilch, who has a long history of harassing women over the phone and in person, breached the term of his probation that ...
    2 sex offenders back behind bars in WinnipegCBC.ca
    Two high-risk sex offenders found to be in breach of probationWinnipeg Free Press
    Convicted sex offenders back in custody a
  • Stamps stop Wolverines - Brandon Sun

    Stamps stop Wolverines
    Brandon Sun
    Cartwright's Tristan Mullin set up Braydon MacDonald's game-winning goal, with 1:23 left in the third period, as the Swan Valley Stampeders topped the Waywayseecappo Wolverines 4-3 on Wednesday in the Manitoba Junior Hockey League. In last night's ...
  • Box business about to get even bigger - Winnipeg Free Press

    Winnipeg Free Press
    Box business about to get even bigger
    Winnipeg Free Press
    Some of Sterling's clients include Big Rock Brewery and Highwood Distillers in Alberta and B.C.-based Russell Brewing (which owns Winnipeg's Fort Garry Brewing) and Vancouver Island Brewery. ... The fact Sterling is based in Manitoba played a role, too.
  • Fire destroys Moosehorn's hotel - The Carillon

    Fire destroys Moosehorn's hotel
    The Carillon
    Russell didn't have a final determination on the cause of the fire, but said he believed it was electrical and started at about 1:15 a.m. in a small storage room next to the lounge. The fire had consumed the bar and restaurant when fire crews arrived ...

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  • Moosehorn Motor Hotel burns down in Manitoba's Interlake - CBC.ca

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    Moosehorn Motor Hotel burns down in Manitoba's Interlake
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    “Nobody was in the building at the time, so there were no injuries or [anything] and unfortunately we were unable to put it out,” said Russell. "We lost the whole building.” Moosehorn Motor Hotel. The Moosehorn Motor Hotel in Manitoba's Interlake area ...
    Moosehorn Motor Hotel destroyed by fireThe Carillon

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  • Moosehorn Motor Hotel destroyed by fire - Winnipeg Free Press

    Moosehorn Motor Hotel destroyed by fire
    Winnipeg Free Press
    Russell didn't have a final determination on the cause, but at first glance he believes it was electrical, starting in a small storage room next to the lounge. The fire, which started at 1:15 a.m., had ... "There were flames coming out of the roof and ...

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  • Whitecloud leads Oil Caps comeback - Brandon Sun

    Whitecloud leads Oil Caps comeback
    Brandon Sun
    Zach Whitecloud of Brandon scored two of Virden's four third-period goals as the Oil Capitals came from behind to beat the Neepawa Natives 6-3 on Saturday in the Manitoba Junior Hockey League. On Sunday, it was: Portage Terriers 10, Winnipeg Blues 6; ...

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  • Manitoba Movers - Winnipeg Free Press

    Manitoba Movers
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    has announced their 2015 board of directors: chairman, Tom Reimer, CEO Commissionaires Manitoba; past chairman, Ryan Peterson; Senior Manager of Financial Services, ONBusiness Chartered Accountants Inc.; vice-chairman, Tom Russell, Principal, ...
  • Today in History - Jan. 12 - mysask.com

    Today in History - Jan. 12
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    In 1598, the Marquis de La Roche was awarded a fur trading monopoly in the New World by the King of France. In 1700, Marguerite Bourgeoys, Canada's first woman saint, died in Montreal. In 1759, James Wolfe was promoted to major-general and ...
  • Six biggest surprises from season's first half - NHL.com

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    Six biggest surprises from season's first half
    NHL.com
    The Winnipeg Jets were playoff bystanders for the third time since moving to Manitoba, extending the franchise's streak to seven seasons out of the playoffs dating to its time as the Atlanta Thrashers. This season each team has a chance to play into ...

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  • MTC's excellent adventure - Winnipeg Free Press

    MTC's excellent adventure
    Winnipeg Free Press
    9, 1994, when a tall, dark, suddenly famous movie actor named Keanu Reeves arrived in town to begin formal rehearsals for his lead role in Hamlet at Manitoba Theatre Centre. No one could have forecast the arrival of Keanu-mania. ... "We got separated ...
  • Public health agency warns of listeria from some apples - Ottawa Citizen

    Ottawa Citizen
    Public health agency warns of listeria from some apples
    Ottawa Citizen
    The Public Health Agency of Canada said Friday that two Canadians, one in Ontario and one in Manitoba, also became ill from listeria with the same genetic fingerprint as that of the U.S. investigation. One reported eating a caramel apple, the other did ...
  • Vernon Vipers quiet on trade front - Vernon Morning Star

    Vernon Vipers quiet on trade front
    Vernon Morning Star
    Paul Dyck of the Manitoba's Steinbach Pistons (MJHL) will lead Team West as head coach. “First of all, I ... A day earlier, the Caps acquired the rights to Connor Russell (96)(D) from the Penticton Vees in exchange for future considerations...The other ...

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  • Vernon Vipers quiet on trade front - BCLocalNews

    Vernon Vipers quiet on trade front
    BCLocalNews
    Alberta has the next most players on Team West with five, while Manitoba has two and Saskatchewan one. SNAKE BITES: ... A day earlier, the Caps acquired the rights to Connor Russell (96)(D) from the Penticton Vees in exchange for future considerations.

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  • History Corner - Ukrainian Orthodox Church - Yorkton This Week

    Yorkton This Week
    History Corner - Ukrainian Orthodox Church
    Yorkton This Week
    Ukrainian Orthodox Church in the Rural Municipality of Sliding Hills #273, nearby Donwell, Saskatchewan. Built in 1903, on Section 20 Township 29 Range 3 West of the 2nd Meridian. Donwell was established in 1910 along the Russell Manitoba branch of ...
  • Lengthy slump over for Natives - Brandon Sun

    Lengthy slump over for Natives
    Brandon Sun
    Riley Hillis and Drake Lindsay set up each other's power-play goals in the third period as the host Neepawa Natives snapped their 10-game Manitoba Junior Hockey League losing skid with a 2-1 win over the Waywayseecappo Wolverines on Wednesday ...
  • Citizen Active -- 99 years ago: 'Icy ruins' in city - Brandon Sun

    Citizen Active -- 99 years ago: 'Icy ruins' in city
    Brandon Sun
    Later that January, women in Manitoba — the first in Canada — would get the right to vote. And that month in Brandon was ... Local artist Janet Shaw-Russell draws inspiration from the story for her upcoming exhibition "HomeBody." In the project, she ...
  • Will 2015 finally be the year of the national securities regulator? - Financial Post

    Financial Post
    Will 2015 finally be the year of the national securities regulator?
    Financial Post
    Tyler Anderson/National Post files“What has surprised me is that this process hasn't happened faster,” says Ian Russell, president and CEO of Investment Industry Association of Canada. ... Manitoba's view is similar to that of Quebec and Alberta. “We ...
  • Rest in peace - Winnipeg Free Press

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    Rest in peace
    Winnipeg Free Press
    Known by business associates as GTR, Richardson joined his family's company, James Richardson and Sons, in 1946 after graduating from the University of Manitoba with a Bachelor of Commerce degree. ..... 7 — John Russell, 91. He helped people read. He ...
    Winnipeg, Brandon added to snowfall warning for southern ManitobaGlobalnews.ca
    Snowfall, cold warnings greet Manitobans on first work day of 2015Macro Insider

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  • Winnipeg, Brandon added to snowfall warning for southern Manitoba - Globalnews.ca

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    Winnipeg, Brandon added to snowfall warning for southern Manitoba
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    Winnipeg, Brandon, Carberry, Treherne, Portage la Prairie, Headingley, Brunkild, Carman, Minnedosa, Neepawa, Russell and Riding Mountain National Park were added to the snowfall warning area at 11 a.m. Morden, Winkler, Altona, Emerson, Morris, ...
    Rest in peaceWinnipeg Free Press
    Snowfall, cold warnings greet Manitobans on first work day of 2015Macro Insider

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