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Oliveira happy to be back, but disappointed in backup role as Bombers host Lions

Oliveira happy to be back, but disappointed in backup role as Bombers host Lions

WINNIPEG — Brady Oliveira is happy to return to action, but not with the role he’s been handed. The Blue Bombers’ star running back will be backing up Johnny Augustine when Winnipeg (0-2) hosts the B.C. Lions (1-1) Friday.
Manitoba Tories in difficult position following byelection loss: professor

Manitoba Tories in difficult position following byelection loss: professor

WINNIPEG — A political studies professor says the Manitoba NDP's byelection win of a Progressive Conservative stronghold seat shows the Tories are at a low point.
Neighbourly Pharmacy acquires six pharmacies across Canada

Neighbourly Pharmacy acquires six pharmacies across Canada

TORONTO — Neighbourly Pharmacy Inc. says it has acquired six pharmacies across Canada. Financial terms of the deals were not immediately available.
New Democrats to represent Winnipeg constituency for first time following byelection

New Democrats to represent Winnipeg constituency for first time following byelection

WINNIPEG — The Tuxedo constituency in Winnipeg will be represented by the New Democrats for the first time since its creation following a byelection on Tuesday.
Former Saskatchewan Mountie sentenced to 11 years for shooting death of lover

Former Saskatchewan Mountie sentenced to 11 years for shooting death of lover

PRINCE ALBERT, Sask. — A former Mountie convicted of killing his former lover in a park was sentenced Tuesday to 11 years in prison.
Sask. Party MLAs deflect committee attempt to call witnesses about gun allegations

Sask. Party MLAs deflect committee attempt to call witnesses about gun allegations

REGINA — Saskatchewan Party legislature members have deflected an attempt to get senior government officials, including Premier Scott Moe, to answer public questions on weapons and harassment allegations against a cabinet minister.
'Reminder of the people:' Monument unveiled honouring victims of Manitoba crash

'Reminder of the people:' Monument unveiled honouring victims of Manitoba crash

DAUPHIN, Man. — Mourners, dignitaries and first responders flocked to a western Manitoba park on Saturday afternoon for the unveiling of a monument commemorating the victims and survivors of a deadly bus crash that took place one year ago.
Mitchell doesn't believe his running prowess is causing concern for Roughriders

Mitchell doesn't believe his running prowess is causing concern for Roughriders

HAMILTON — He was the Hamilton Tiger-Cats' second-leading rusher last week but Bo Levi Mitchell doesn't believe that's kept the Saskatchewan Roughriders' defensive braintrust up at night.
Saskatchewan teachers agree to binding arbitration for new contract

Saskatchewan teachers agree to binding arbitration for new contract

REGINA — Saskatchewan teachers have agreed to go into binding arbitration with the government for a new contract.
Saskatchewan Speaker calls meeting to get to bottom of gun incident and allegations

Saskatchewan Speaker calls meeting to get to bottom of gun incident and allegations

REGINA — Saskatchewan's legislature Speaker says a meeting he called for next week is the only avenue to get to the bottom of gun allegations surrounding a cabinet minister.
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