Blue Jays end Indians’ streak with 8-4 win

CLEVELAND – Teoscar Hernandez made the most of his season debut, driving in the go-ahead run with a single off All-Star Andrew Miller in

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Raptors’ Dwane Casey picks up coach of the month honours for December

Toronto’s Dwane Casey has been named the NBA’s Eastern Conference coach of the month for December. Casey guided the Raptors to conference-best 11-3 record

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Cop charged with sexual assault arrested for breach of recognizance

A London police officer who was on suspension has been charged with breaching a condition of his recognizance. He was originally charged with sexual

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Former head of Regina Sexual Assault Centre jailed for bilking over $700K from group

The former executive director of the Regina Sexual Assault Centre has received a three-year jail sentence for bilking hundreds of thousands of dollars from

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‘Born to be a farmer’: 97-year-old Albertan puts in 10-hour days, won’t retire

Roscoe Grant is 97 years old but wouldn’t dream of retiring. He tried once already, but a life of leisure didn’t suit the Alberta

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Halifax bylaw takes aim at cannabis use but angers tobacco smokers

CTVNews.ca Staff Published Tuesday, October 16, 2018 8:45PM EDT Last Updated Tuesday, October 16, 2018 8:49PM EDT Halifax may be headed for a showdown

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Sheepdogs drummer Sam Corbett says he has cancer and not touring with band

SASKATOON — Sheepdogs drummer Sam Corbett says he’s been diagnosed with cancer. In a Facebook post, Corbett says the disease was caught early and

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Cancelled bus contract leaves three Northern schools without bus service

Three La Ronge area schools are without bus service after Northern Lights School Division cancelled its contract with bus company Allinone Conveyance on Monday.

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Mounties issue warrant for suspect in carjacking, robbery in Yorkton

Yorkton RCMP has issued a warrant for a man after a carjacking and robbery. Police say David Allen Shepherd, 28, approached a young person

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Churchill residents relieved and optimistic as rail deal announced, repairs to begin next week

The new deal announced about the purchase of Manitoba’s troubled Hudson Bay Rail Line is being met with relief and optimism. On Friday, the

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