Hazmat crews respond to southeast business in Foothills Industrial following ammonia leak

No injuries have been reports following an ammonia leak in a southeast industrial park on Monday night. Emergency crews were called to Sysco Canada

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Carjacking suspect thwarted after vehicle stalls

A stalled vehicle thwarted an attempted carjacking suspect’s efforts in Saskatoon Thursday morning. City police say, at about 8:15 a.m., a resident on the

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Canada defeats Sweden to take gold at World Junior Hockey Championship

The Canadian Press Published Friday, January 5, 2018 10:32PM EST Last Updated Friday, January 5, 2018 10:48PM EST Canadian Tyler Steenbergen dropped to one

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N.B. premier commits $1 million to trail project in hotly contested riding

New Brunswick Premier Brian Gallant was touring southern New Brunswick on Wednesday – and he had his chequebook with him. Gallant announced that government

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For homeless pet owners, extra challenges to finding shelter in the cold

CTV Montreal Published Tuesday, January 2, 2018 9:34PM EST Last Updated Tuesday, January 2, 2018 9:47PM EST As Montreal’s temperatures sank to near-record lows

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Police use Taser in New Year’s Eve arrest

Police used a Taser in an arrest on Sunday night. Officers noticed a man carrying a knife on Fifth Avenue and McTavish Street around

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MTL 375 to end with a New Year’s Eve celebration

Montreal’s yearlong 375th birthday celebrations come to an end on Sunday with several New Year celebrations in Old Montreal. At noon, a free feast

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Boxing Day shoppers hit the stores in Saskatchewan

CTV Regina Published Tuesday, December 26, 2017 5:09PM CST Last Updated Tuesday, December 26, 2017 7:01PM CST A deep freeze across Saskatchewan didn’t stop

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Popularity of volleyball spikes in N.B.

More than 1000 players making up 105 teams are participating in the New Brunswick Provincial Volleyball Championships this weekend in Moncton. “We have about

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Sask. decision to ban Alta. licence plates reported to New West Trade Partnership Agreement

The Alberta government has reported Saskatchewan to the New West Trade Partnership Agreement after Saskatchewan announced plans to ban vehicles with Alberta licence plates

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