Newspaper article The Canadian Press

--Prairie Update-

Newspaper article The Canadian Press

--Prairie Update-

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(Mba-Pallister-Night-Hunting)

Manitoba Premier Brian Pallister is not apologizing for warning that tensions around night hunting are leading to a race war.

In his first news conference since making the comment, Pallister says night hunting is a growing problem and needs to be addressed.

Pallister says he regrets the turn the debate has taken but says he was trying to ease tensions at the time.

Pallister says both indigenous and non-indigenous people want night shooting restricted to ensure the safety of people, property and livestock. (The Canadian Press)

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(Mba-Emerson-Migrants)

A 32-year-old man from the East African country of Djibouti says he and three others walked three hours through the snow to cross the border at Emerson on the weekend.

The man, who doesn't want his name used, says he entered the U.S. on a tourist visa about 20 days ago but when President Donald Trump issued a travel ban on Muslims, he decided to come to Canada.

He says in his home country, his relatives are being killed and he doesn't want to take any chances of being sent back.

Manitoba's Interfaith Immigration Council says 10 refugee claimants have crossed the border since the Trump ban began. (CTV Winnipeg)

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(Sask-Howe-Jersey-Stolen)

An autographed Gordie Howe jersey, which was set to be raffled off as part of an annual fundraiser, has been stolen from the rink it was supposed to raise money for.

The jersey was taken from the arena in Asquith, around 40 kilometres west of Saskatoon, during a break-in sometime over weekend.

Jody Nehring with the Asquith community sports centre said the theft has been particularly hard on kids who use the rink. She said a lot of them were crying and devastated.

She said the fundraising loss could mean the different for them as to whether or not they get to play hockey next year. (CKOM)

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(Sask-Storage-Fine)

A Saskatchewan First Nation and band administrator have been fined more than 130-thousand dollars for failing to comply with an environmental protection order. …

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