Regina crime up 20% in 10 years, police say

REGINA — According to the Board of Police Commissioners, crime in Regina had increased 20 per cent over the last 10 years. “Meth was

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N.S. man found dead in Belize; police suspect foul play

HALIFAX — A Nova Scotia man living in Belize has been found dead on his property. James (Jim) Slemp was reported missing on Friday

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Historian says Canada uses police force to ‘protect the economy’ instead of dealing with Indigenous concerns

TORONTO — In the wake of Ontario Provincial Police moving in to arrest Mohawk protesters at a railway near Belleville, Ont., Monday morning, a

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Liberals get NDP support to fast-track NAFTA bill through committee

OTTAWA — The minority Liberal government has found a dance partner to see that the implementation bill for the renegotiated NAFTA deal gets expedited

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Anti-pipeline protesters block international bridge in Niagara Falls in support of Wet’suwet’en

TORONTO — About 200 people stopped traffic at Rainbow International Bridge in Niagara Falls, Ont. on Sunday afternoon in protest of what they call

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Shelburne man facing 24 charges after stolen SUV recovered

A Shelburne man is facing several charges after police recovered a stolen vehicle. A 2017 Ford Explorer had been reported stolen on Thursday after

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Ma Poule Mouillee getting buzz off secret chicken recipes

MONTREAL — Montreal chicken joint Ma Poule Mouillee is getting some big word of mouth buzz after placing number one on Yelp’s list of

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Ryan Reynolds says he related to Peloton actress’ plight

NEW YORK — Ryan Reynolds says he relates to the social media criticism heaped on the Peloton ad actress. In fact, that feeling led

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‘We’re gaining steam’: Kayak polo championships in Calgary a chance to see the sport in action

CALGARY — A small group of athletes and fans got together in Calgary on Saturday to play a unique game.  The Provincial Youth Kayak

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Staff search for nostalgia, history as CTV Saskatoon turns 65

SASKATOON — This week marks a milestone as CTV Saskatoon celebrates 65 years of programming. On December 5, 1954 CTV Saskatoon (CFQC) first signed on

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