Buffalo to play home to Blue Jays considered a ‘Natural’

Big league ball in Buffalo, New York? Naturally. Not long after the nomadic Toronto Blue Jays announced the Triple-A city as their temporary home

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Driver didn’t stop after hitting woman out for jog: Guelph police

WATERLOO — Guelph police have tracked down a driver they say did not stop after hitting a woman who was out for a jog.

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‘The Conversation’ that has residents of Parkallen talking

EDMONTON — A two-storey building in Edmonton’s Parkallen neighbourhood has a new burst of colour. The vibrant mural called “The Conversation” was done recently

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Flames Travis Hamonic opts out of post-season tourney

CALGARY — The Calgary Flames announced late Friday evening that defenseman Travis Hamonic has opted out of participating in the NHL post-season, which kicks

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RCMP, Onion Lake Cree Nation release gang prevention resources

SASKATOON — Onion Lake RCMP is releasing gang awareness and prevention resources in partnership with Onion Lake Cree Nation, RCMP announced Thursday. “The Cree

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Call to cancel Tokyo Olympics enters race for Tokyo governor

TOKYO — The contentious issue of the billions being spent on the postponed Tokyo Olympics has entered the debate in the race for governor

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George Floyd rally in Windsor draws hundreds for peaceful protest

WINDSOR, ONT. — What started as a small walk in solidarity with protests across the U.S. following the death of George Floyd, grew into

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Mental health support for front-line workers during unprecedented times

PENETANGUISHENE, ONT. — Since the pandemic was declared, rushing to assist victims in distress hasn’t been the same for Simcoe County paramedics. Mike Hargreaves,

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Customers of La Ronge businesses, Saskatoon gas bar asked to self-monitor after presumptive COVID-19 case

COVID-19 — The Saskatchewan Health Authority (SHA) is advising customers of five La Ronge area businesses and a Saskatoon gas station to self-monitor for

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More than two dozen nearly new tents, camp stove stolen from Regina Scouts group

REGINA — The Regina 86th Scouts group is down a camp stove and more than two dozen tents after a break-in at its storage

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