COVID-19 Saskatchewan 17 new cases 15 hospital

REGINA — Saskatchewan is reporting 17 new cases of COVID-19 on Monday, bringing the total to 1,359 cases. Four new cases are located in

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N.S. reports no new COVID-19 cases; total active cases remains at two

HALIFAX — Nova Scotia is reporting no new cases of COVID-19 on Saturday, with the total number of cases in the province remaining at

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Court hears people in naked kidnapping case had shared psychotic disorder

LEDUC, Alta. — An Alberta judge says three people involved in a bizarre kidnapping engaged in pseudo medical science while discussing the state of

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Joe Biden’s search for a running mate enters final stretch

WASHINGTON — As Joe Biden nears the announcement of his vice-presidential choice, the top contenders and their advocates are making final appeals. The campaign

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Canadian Museum of History, Canadian War Museum reopen during COVID-19 pandemic

OTTAWA — The doors are open at the Canadian Museum of History and the Canadian War Museum for the first time in four months.

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Tractor driver facing charges for train crash

KITCHENER — A London man has been charged in connection to Tuesday’s crash between a farm tractor and a train in Oxford County. OPP

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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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Community mourns popular Balgonie diner destroyed in Sunday blaze

BALGONIE — The Good Fortune Kitchen is being remembered by the community after a fire completely destroyed the popular highway-side diner. The restaurant, originally

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Ottawa students launch petition calling on mandatory anti-racism courses

OTTAWA — A petition calling on the University of Ottawa and Carleton University to teach anti-racism courses is gaining traction. Khadija El Hilali is

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Ontario long-term care home suffers possible privacy breach, minister says

TORONTO — A Pickering long-term care home has suffered a possible privacy breach, Ontario’s minister of long-term care said Saturday. Minister Merrilee Fullerton posted

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