Riders coach says tough to blame crossover when 0-2 start left team in a hole

Saskatchewan head coach and GM Chris Jones said Monday that there’s no point blaming the CFL playoff structure for the Roughriders’ exit from the

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Collision in Waterloo leaves pedestrian seriously hurt

A 19-year-old man suffered a serious head injury while trying to cross a road in Waterloo. It happened shortly before 5 p.m. Wednesday on

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Tips on reducing the massive Halloween haul: swap, substitute and donate

Cassandra Szklarski, The Canadian Press Published Sunday, October 29, 2017 10:05AM EDT TORONTO — Neighbourhood kids flock to Farhad Khan’s house each Halloween for

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“Meth is everywhere”: Winnipeg police and addictions agencies see spike in meth use

The powerful pull of a highly addictive drug has Winnipeg police and addictions agencies on the defensive. The battle against crystal meth addiction has

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London Lightning welcome draft picks to training camp

The London Lightning are excited to welcome two of their latest draft picks from the National Basketball League of Canada’s combine over the weekend.

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Voters head to polls for Essex by-election

The Town of Essex is holding a by-election today to fill a council seat recently vacated by Bill Caixeiro. Voting will take place between 10

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Human remains found along banks of Bow River south of Carseland Weir

Members of the RCMP Major Crimes Unit and Forensic Identification Section have been deployed to a spot on the Bow River, south of Strathmore,

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Students, drivers uninjured after school bus, semi collide near Turtleford

Nine students and a school bus driver escaped injury Thursday after a school bus and semi collided in west-central Saskatchewan. RCMP say the bus

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Draw denies Vancouver Whitecaps a chance to clinch top spot in West

Joshua Clipperton, The Canadian Press Published Monday, October 16, 2017 12:10AM EDT VANCOUVER – As he watched his team waste a number of opportunities

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Poll shows Edmontonians support affordable housing, with a caveat

A Mainstreet/Postmedia poll shows Edmontonians are in support of affordable housing, but would not want it in their own neighbourhood. Out of the 800

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