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‘I take full responsibility’: Winnipeg Jets’ Bowness takes blame for playoff failure – Winnipeg

Instead of preparing for what would have been an all-important Game 6, Winnipeg Jets players and staff took to the witness stand to get grilled over the disappearance of the regular season Jets who went missing after entering the playoffs as the league’s hottest team. “Listen, I take full responsibility …

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Lags in Manitoba Provincial Nominee Program a ‘failure of the government’: advocate – Winnipeg

Hundreds gathered outside Manitoba’s legislature Thursday afternoon to protest lags in a provincial immigration program. The demonstrators expressed frustration with being caught in limbo, as more than 20,000 people wait for the next step in immigrating to Manitoba and becoming a permanent Canadian resident — with time on their work …

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Olympic bobsledder calls mechanical heart a ‘Christmas gift’ after organ failure – National

Amid the twinkling lights and festive cheer, Olympic bobsledder Ralph Pichler, 69, is counting his blessings this Christmas, having triumphed over a harrowing battle with heart failure a little over two years ago. Pichler, a two-time world champion bobsledder, was diagnosed with heart failure in December 2021 during a visit …

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GO train service resumes Wednesday after CN network-wide system failure

Descrease article font size Increase article font size Metrolinx says regular train service is resuming on Wednesday, with some delays, after a CN network-wide system failure affected all GO and UP Express rail corridors Tuesday afternoon. In Metrolinx’s latest statement, it said there could still be some delays and modifications “as we …

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Rise in TTC violence sign of failure to address poverty, mental illness: psychiatrist – Toronto

A forensic psychiatrist says a rise in violence on Toronto’s transit system signals an urgent need to better support people struggling with homelessness, mental illness and addiction. Dr. Sandy Simpson, chair in forensic psychiatry at the Centre for Addiction and Mental Health, says it’s impossible to know exactly what factors …

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U.K. cut off thousands of pensioners in Canada for failure to provide ‘proof of life’

Thunder Bay-born Barbara Reynolds lived and made regular pension payments in the U.K. for two decades before returning to Canada, where she made another one-time payment to the British government to top up her contributions. That didn’t protect her from worrying about paying the rent on her Halifax apartment this month after she …

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