In pictures: Snowy storm roundup across southwestern Sask.

Travel is not recommended on some southwestern Saskatchewan highways on Monday morning as the province continues to deal with a late September snowstorm. The

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Saskatoon real-estate agent selling massive 23,800 acre farm

SASKATOON — A Saskatoon agricultural real-estate agent is listing what he says is one of the biggest farm lots currently for sale in the

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The advance polls open Friday for the federal election

With the final debate over, Canadians can head to the polls this Thanksgiving weekend in order to cast an early ballot. Polling stations will

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Premier defends removing bridge tolls despite increased traffic – British Columbia

Premier John Horgan says he has no regrets about removing tolls from the Port Mann and Golden Ears bridges. His comments come after many

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Servus Credit Union ATM, point-of-sale, debit services return after 5-hour outage

Servus Credit Union customers once again have their debit, ATM, and point-of-sale services after a five-hour outage on Sunday. The company says a power

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Couch lit on fire as Laurier students gather for Ezra Avenue street party

An impromptu street party ended with a couch fire and police investigation. About 1,000 people flocked to Ezra Avenue Monday night, the same Waterloo

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Police in Regina say man wanted in infant’s death in 2017 has been arrested

REGINA – Police in Regina say a man who was wanted on a Canada-wide warrant in the death of an infant nearly two years

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Five Canadian cities had their wastewater tested for drugs: these are the results

A new pilot test investigating traces of cannabis and illegal drugs such as cocaine and meth in wastewater from five major Canadian cities appears

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Woman charged with indecent act, assaulting officer

A 25-year-old Wallaceburg woman is facing two charges after police say she assaulted a peace officer. Chatham-Kent police were called to a business on

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Leaders make plans to address local issues at AMO

Keeping residents safe and having proper emergency response is one of many issues that will be brought forward in Ottawa over the next few

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