Recommendation for Salih’s replacement on police board draws fire

LONDON, ONT. — Councillors slammed the brakes on a plan to immediately replace Councillor Mo Salih on the London Police Services Board (LPSB), because

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Falling flurries and falling temperatures: This is your Saskatoon forecast

SASKATOON — Enjoy the above-average temperatures over the next few days, because we’re back to reality early next week, when daytime lows dip well

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New skating path in Timmins

WATCH: The new Hollinger Skating Path has opened in Timmins. Sergio Arangio reports. Source link https://www.ctvnews.ca/polopoly_fs/1.4740326.1576970508!/httpImage/image.jpg_gen/derivatives/landscape_300/image.jpg #CanadianNews #news #worldnews #headlinenews #CanadaNews Stories and much

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Blades beat Raiders at Sasktel Centre

SASKATOON — The Saskatoon Blades secured a big win on Sunday defeating the Prince Albert Raiders. The Blades managed to put 4 points on

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Dozens poisoned in carbon monoxide leak at B.C. farm

Dozens of people were rushed to hospital Saturday night, some in critical condition, after they were exposed to carbon monoxide at a farm in

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NHL players, politicians weigh in on end of Cherry’s run on HNIC

Max Domi wasn’t about to offer his opinion on Sportsnet’s decision to cut ties with Don Cherry, but the Montreal Canadiens forward was quick

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Chambly trusteeship will end this month

MONTREAL – City councillors in Chambly will soon regain their independence. The Quebec government announced on Thursday that the city’s trusteeship will end on

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Florida police get data from Amazon Alexa which may have recorded murder

Police in South Florida believe a woman’s death may have been recorded by an Amazon smart device in her home. Authorities think they may

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‘He would be proud of this’: Equipment drive in memory of Dave Semenko

An equipment drive in memory of Edmonton Oilers great Dave Semenko began Monday.  Semenko died in 2017 after a short battle with cancer. Dave’s

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Large homeless camps pop up under bridges and in parks, spark safety concerns in Winnipeg

Several large homeless camps have popped up under bridges and parks in Winnipeg. On Tuesday, CTV News visited four spots with at least three

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