SaskEnergy announces new furnace rebate program to save on natural gas costs

REGINA – SaskEnergy says customers can expect commodity rates to stay the same for the next two years. The Crown corporation released its annual

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Aurora Cannabis boosts Saskatoon research facilities

Canadian medicinal marijuana company Aurora Cannabis is spending $1.5 million to reinvigorate science infrastructure at its Saskatoon facility. Ten cannabis cultivation spaces will be

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Man injured in Friday afternoon stabbing

A man was stabbed in the 800 block of Angus St. in the afternoon on Friday. Officers were dispatched to the scene around 4

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Sask. company building 30,000 square foot hangar at Regina Airport

CTV Regina Published Sunday, May 12, 2019 5:55PM CST Last Updated Sunday, May 12, 2019 6:42PM CST The newest addition to the Regina airport’s

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Pele remains hospitalized in Paris with urinary infection

PARIS — Pele remains in a Paris hospital two days after he was admitted with a urinary infection, his spokesman said. Pepito Fornos told

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Alberta Environment calls for remediation at Domtar site

Environment Minister Shannon Phillips has issued a ministerial order to remediate the former Domtar wood processing site in northeast Edmonton. The order was issued

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U.S.-China battle over Huawei comes to head at tech show

Kelvin Chan, The Associated Press Published Monday, February 25, 2019 5:17AM EST Last Updated Monday, February 25, 2019 6:52AM EST BARCELONA, Spain — A

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Lindsey Vonn wins bronze medal in the final race of career

Andrew Dampf and Steve Douglas, The Associated Press Published Monday, February 11, 2019 2:55AM EST ARE, Sweden — Lindsey Vonn walked off with her

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Old Brewery Mission using shuttle service to drop homeless at shelters during frigid nights

CTV Montreal Published Saturday, January 19, 2019 10:22PM EST Last Updated Saturday, January 19, 2019 11:04PM EST As Montreal continues to battle frigid temperatures,

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Lawyer questions new rules that allow police to conduct breathalyzer tests hours later

New Canadian rules are giving police more power to catch impaired drivers. Police can now demand a breath sample any time, any place, even

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