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Downtown Winnipeg in pictures....May 21-23 by Chuck Duboff

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Downtown Winnipeg Skyline:

Baseball:

Of course the hockey net:

Classic, just classic:

City skyline:

Boathouse:

Rowing on the Red:

Canadian Museum of Human Rights: 53 more words

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Manitoba budget: Smokers and banks pay more, rainy day fund drying up

WINNIPEG – Smokers and banks will pay more to help pay for Manitoba’s spending on infrastructure in a deficit budget that borrows heavily from a dwindling rainy-day fund. 393 more words

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Who wins and who loses in the 2015 Manitoba budget?

WINNIPEG – Manitoba has tabled a deficit budget that borrows heavily from a dwindling rainy-day fund. A look at who wins and who loses:

Winners… 175 more words

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Manitoba government passes another deficit in stay-the-course budget

WINNIPEG — Manitoba’s deficit continues to climb.

The 2015 budget projects a $422-million deficit, up from $357-million last year, and the promise to balance the books has been pushed back to 2019. 335 more words

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Stimulus spending, deficit expected in Manitoba budget Thursday

WINNIPEG – Manitoba’s NDP government is expected to remain in stimulus mode when it delivers its annual budget Thursday — adding to a string of deficits in the name of boosting infrastructure spending and potential job growth. 404 more words

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Steve Ashton returns to Manitoba cabinet, rebel 5 still out

WINNIPEG – Greg Selinger brought Steve Ashton back into cabinet following his attempt to unseat the Manitoba premier in a leadership race, but Theresa Oswald remains without a portfolio. 184 more words

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More red ink as Manitoba prepares budget

WINNIPEG – Manitoba Premier Greg Selinger appears optimistic that his NDP government might avoid tax increases as it continues to struggle to balance the budget. 527 more words

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