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Woman faces arson charge in northern Manitoba nursing station fire

One woman is behind bars, and no one was hurt, after a nursing station in Chemawawin, Man., was set on fire. Manitoba RCMP

Manitoba RCMP say a woman was charged after the nursing station in Chemawawin, Man., about 450 kilometres north of Winnipeg, burned down Monday morning.

A 20-year-old woman will appear in court in The Pas on Tuesday, police said, where she faces charges of arson and failing to comply with probation.

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Police continue to investigate the blaze, which a preliminary investigation suggests was intentionally set.

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No one was hurt in the fire.

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