Scattered showers and thunderstorms roll in: This is your Saskatoon forecast

SASKATOON — Cooler air moves into the prairies with rain in our region Monday. The showers should subside by Tuesday morning; however, strong winds

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Tornado warnings ended for Calgary, Brooks, Strathmore and Vulcan

CALGARY — Tornado warnings issued in the southern Alberta area have now ended. Warnings were issued for the City of Calgary as well as

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Halifax councillor under fire for use of ‘outdated and offensive’ term

Halifax councillor Matt Whitman is facing backlash from members of the African Canadian community for a word he used on CTV Atlantic News at

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Man sentenced after RCMP finds stolen property, firearms in Frog Lake First Nation residence

A 49-year-old man is facing various charges after Elk Point RCMP found stolen property and firearms in a Frog Lake First Nation residence on

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Ontario records slight uptick in new COVID-19 cases

TORONTO — Following six days of daily COVID-19 case counts being below 200 in the province, Ontario is now seeing a slight uptick. Health

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Fire damages east-end home Saturday afternoon

OTTAWA — No injuries have been reported after a late afternoon fire damaged a home in Ottawa’s east-end. Ottawa Fire received multiple 911 calls

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11 new COVID-19 cases across Windsor-Essex Sunday, but no new deaths

LONDON, ONT. — The Windsor-Essex County Health Unit is reporting 11 new COVID-19 cases, but on a positive note, no new deaths on Sunday.

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Defence to reveal if it will present evidence in Laura Babcock murder trial

TORONTO – The jury at a first-degree murder trial for two men accused of killing a young Toronto woman who vanished five years ago

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Supreme Court of Canada won’t hear Saskatchewan shooter’s sentencing appeal

OTTAWA — The Supreme Court of Canada will not hear an appeal from a young man who killed four people and injured seven others

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More Manitoba events closed, cancelled and postponed amid the pandemic

WINNIPEG — With provincial health officials urging Manitobans to follow physical distancing precautions, more events including conferences, concerts and gatherings continue to be cancelled.

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