Sask. victims of impaired driving honoured with new monument

A brand new monument was unveiled at Saskatoon City Hall on Saturday, to honour people in Saskatchewan who have been killed by impaired drivers.

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IOC inspectors face report on tough Olympic work conditions

Stephen Wade and Mari Yamaguchi, The Associated Press Published Tuesday, May 21, 2019 2:11AM EDT TOKYO — An IOC inspection team took a routine

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Boyfriend charged in Surrey teen's murder

Police have announced a major break in the 2017 murder of Kiran Dhesi, whose body was found in a burned-out SUV. Source link https://www.ctvnews.ca/polopoly_fs/1.4215993.1544670699!/httpImage/image.jpg_gen/derivatives/landscape_300/image.jpg

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Two teens charged with February bank robbery

Two 16-year-old boys are facing charges in connection to a bank robbery in Kitchener. On February 23, two suspects entered the Scotiabank on Courtland

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Auto thieves more desperate, more creative, says MPI after SUV stolen from repair shop

Thieves are getting more desperate and more creative when it comes to stealing your vehicle. That’s the latest message from Manitoba Public Insurance. It

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Evacuation order in Quyon lifted, ferry running again

There are signs of progress in the Pontiac region after flood waters are starting to recede. The evacuation order for the village of Quyon

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Original Darth Vader costume could fetch millions: auction house

Star Wars fans will soon get a chance to own one of the most coveted collectors’ items associated with the blockbuster film franchise: an

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Vandalism spree leaves bus shelters damaged

A 17-year-old youth has been charged after nearly two dozen bus shelters were vandalized. Police were called to the communities of Silverberry, Tamarak and

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A Banksy rat? Tokyo city displays work ‘by famous artist’

Tokyo on Thursday displayed a drawing thought to be the work of Banksy, as the city’s mayor urged the famous and mysterious street artist

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Progressive Conservative government to lay out agenda for coming year

WINNIPEG — Manitoba’s Progressive Conservative government is to lay out its agenda for the coming year in a throne speech this afternoon. Plans are

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