Canadian Red Cross heading into some long-term care facilities: PM

OTTAWA — As new COVID-19 infections are once again on the rise in Canadian long-term care homes, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau said that more

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Scott Moe urges public to stay vigilant as COVID-19 cases rise

SASKATOON — The leader of the Saskatchewan Party is urging the public to abide by public health recommendations to prevent the spread of COVID-19

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Female hockey players in N.S. react to championship cancellation

HALIFAX — In New Glasgow, N.S., the region’s top girls hockey teams hit the ice on Saturday and Sunday for the province’s first-ever female

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RCMP tech analyst testifies about material found on N.B. shooting suspect’s computer

FREDERICTON — A senior forensic analyst with the RCMP has begun testifying at the first-degree murder trial of Matthew Raymond in Fredericton. Raymond, 50,

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HIV numbers still out of control in parts of Sask.

CTV Regina Published Friday, October 13, 2017 3:34PM CST Last Updated Friday, October 13, 2017 6:45PM CST Last year a group of doctors declared

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Two pedestrians hit while crossing street in Waterloo

KITCHENER — Police say two pedestrians were hit by a vehicle while crossing a Waterloo street on Thursday night. Officers were called to the

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N.B. reports no new cases of COVID-19; two active

HALIFAX — New Brunswick is reporting no new cases of COVID-19 on Sunday and the number of active cases in the province remains at

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Wait times at drive-through testing sites prompt concern from Sask. NDP

REGINA — The provincial opposition is concerned long lines at Saskatchewan’s new drive-through COVID-19 testing sites could discourage some people from waiting. On Tuesday,

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‘It is completely different’: Teachers describe difficulties preparing for back-to-school

TORONTO — Teachers around the country are struggling to plan for unknown timetables, class sizes and situations ahead of an unprecedented first day of

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ER services in Roblin, Man., to be suspended amid relocation of lab workers

WINNIPEG — People in Roblin, Man., working to help fill vacancies to keep their hospital’s lab running are expressing frustration and concern over the

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