Chuckwagon drivers concerned about future of the sport after Stampede reduces drivers

CALGARY — The Rangeland Derby will have a much different look to it the next time the wagons hit the track at the Calgary

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London’s top officials ready to lay fines if people break new gathering restrictions

LONDON, ONT — When Ontario Premier Doug Ford took to the podium Saturday for a rare weekend news conference, he may have been speaking

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York Region public health warns of COVID-19 cases at four wedding events

TORONTO — Public health officials say 23 COVID-19 cases have resulted from four events related to a wedding in the Greater Toronto Area, as

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Severe thunderstorms leave their mark and will continue to: This is your Saskatoon forecast

SASKATOON — As the morning continues, the clouds slowly start to break, leaving us a sunny and warm afternoon with less wind into the evening.

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Provincial government holds town hall to discuss second phase of reopening

WINNIPEG — Provincial government ministers and health officials held a town hall Tuesday night to talk with Manitobans about questions or concerns about the

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Council votes to raise speed limits along Central Ave, McOrmond Drive through Northeast Swale

SASKATOON — City council has voted in favour of raising speed limits through the Northeast Swale along McOrmond Drive and Central Avenue. The speed

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Managing kids' screen time and parental controls

Watch Jessica Gosselin’s interview with Katie Traynor of Integrated Solutions about managing your kids’ screen time using parental controls. Source link https://www.ctvnews.ca/polopoly_fs/1.4945332.1589917893!/httpImage/image.jpg_gen/derivatives/landscape_300/image.jpg #CanadianNews #news

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Ontario Energy Board to hold off on setting summer rates

TORONTO, ONT — The Ontario Energy Board says it’s holding off on setting new electricity prices for the summer months. It says it typically

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Saskatoon police warn public to stay off ice after man, dog rescued from river

SASKATOON — Saskatoon police are asking the public to stay off lakes and rivers where ice is present, after rescuing and man and a

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OSSTF pauses rotating strikes ahead of March Break

WINDSOR, ONT. — The union representing public secondary school teachers in Ontario will not continue rotating strikes around March Break. In a news release

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