Bell MTS Expanding All-Fibe Broadband in Carman

Bell MTS Expanding All-Fibe Broadband in Carman

Bell MTSResidents living in Carman will soon have access to faster internet after the town and Bell MTS announced an expansion of the all-fibre broadband network.

The technological upgrade will reach approximately 1,600 homes and businesses throughout the town.

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Manitoba Files Separate Court Action Over Federal Carbon Tax, Seeks Review

Manitoba Files Separate Court Action Over Federal Carbon Tax, Seeks Review

By Steve Lambert, The Canadian Press

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Manitoba Premier Brian Pallister speaks to media after the reading of the throne speech at the Manitoba Legislature in Winnipeg, Tuesday, Nov. 20, 2018. (THE CANADIAN PRESS/John Woods)

WINNIPEG — The Manitoba government has filed its own court challenge of the federal government’s carbon tax, following similar moves by Ontario and Saskatchewan.

In documents filed in Federal Court on Wednesday, the Manitoba government seeks a judicial review to quash the federal tax on the grounds it exceeds Ottawa’s constitutional authority.

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The Forks Creating Outdoor Sip ‘n’ Sit Space for Summer

The Forks Creating Outdoor Sip ‘n’ Sit Space for Summer

The Forks ups its cool factor for hot summer nights

The Forks Outdoor Common
An artist’s rendering of The Common, an outdoor summer version of The Forks’ popular eating and drinking area. (HANDOUT)

WINNIPEG — Everybody knows The Forks is the place to be in the winter, and now the market is stepping up its summer game.

Visitors will soon be able to sip and sit on a beverage in a new licensed area on the upper plaza. Drinks, anyone?

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Corydon Café Owners Staged Hate Crime, Robbery: Police

Corydon Café Owners Staged Hate Crime, Robbery: Police

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BerMax Caffé + Bistro, 1800 Corydon Avenue (GOOGLE STREET VIEW)

The owners of the BerMax Caffé + Bistro on Corydon weren’t the victims of a robbery, assault and hate crime-fueled graffiti, according to Winnipeg police. They were the ones responsible for it.

Police were called to the establishment on April 18 and investigated the incident, but later determined it was completely staged.

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Boy Dies One Day After Father Following Emergency at Winnipeg Pool

Boy Dies One Day After Father Following Emergency at Winnipeg Pool

By The Canadian Press

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Ram Nivash Misra (right) is shown with his family in this undated photo. (GOFUNDME)

WINNIPEG — A nine-year-old boy has died after he was pulled from a pool, along with his brother and father, at a Winnipeg apartment complex.

A member of the city’s Hindu community who knows the family says Aaram Misra died Tuesday afternoon, one day after his father, 38-year-old Ram Nivash Misra, died in hospital.

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