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Winnipeg councillor broke conflict of interest rules in vote on friend's development: integrity commissioner

A Winnipeg councillor is apologizing after an investigation by the city's integrity commissioner found he breached conflict of interest rules last year when he voted to push through a development owned by his friend and former campaign manager.

Man alleges Winnipeg police working security at Superstore made racially offensive comments, assaulted him

A Winnipeg man is suing the city and the grocery chain Loblaws over an incident two years ago, where he alleges Winnipeg police officers hired to work security for one of the company's stores made racially offensive comments and assaulted him as he was leaving.
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Manitobans come together to celebrate National Indigenous Peoples Day

CBC cameras capture the festivities at The Forks in Winnipeg and elsewhere in Manitoba, as people turned out to celebrate National Indigenous Peoples Day on Friday.

Pilot dies in small plane crash in western Manitoba

A 53-year-old man is dead after the plane he was piloting crashed into a field north of Duck Mountain Provincial Park, Manitoba RCMP say.

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