Weyburn product Brett Jones re-signs with Minnesota Vikings

Weyburn-born center Brett Jones is back with the NFL’s Minnesota Vikings. The former Regina Rams offensive lineman was released by the team last week

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Task force hopes to put end to large unsanctioned parties in Waterloo

A task force presented a report at a Waterloo City Council Monday night, hoping to put an end to large unsanctioned street parties in

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Pope in Madagascar insists: ‘Poverty is not inevitable’

Nicole Winfield and Trisha Thomas, The Associated Press Published Sunday, September 8, 2019 9:16AM EDT ANTANANARIVO, Madagascar — Pope Francis insisted Sunday that poverty

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Belle River residents putting gold ribbons on properties

If you drive in Belle River, you may notice some gold ribbons. It’s a campaign championed by the Fight Like Mason Foundation. The group

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Heat warnings continue across Maritimes

Sunday marked the second day of a Maritime heat wave that is expected to last up to five days, with all three Maritime provinces

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Measles case confirmed in Detroit resident: health officials

DETROIT — Health officials in Detroit have confirmed a case of measles in a city resident who recently returned from overseas travel. The Detroit

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Ontario’s strategic transformation adviser fired amid reports of ties to Dean French

TORONTO — Ontario’s strategic transformation adviser was fired Thursday as a report emerged that he had ties to Premier Doug Ford’s former chief of

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LGBTQ+ community says lower wait-time limit for donating blood is still ‘discriminatory’

A decision by Canadian Blood Services to drastically reduce the wait-time for gay men to donate blood isn’t going over well with some in

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‘I’d be putting them in the ground now’: Cannabis home growers start planting

If you were among the Albertans who bought cannabis seeds for home-growing before supply sold out, experts say it is time to start planting.

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More penalties for Ontario cannabis retailers who failed to open by deadline

More cannabis retailers in Ontario who failed to open their stores by a government-set deadline are facing further financial penalties. The Alcohol and Gaming

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