In debate countdown, Trump holds rally, Biden does prep

WASHINGTON — U.S. President Donald Trump shunned formal debate practice Tuesday and was heading instead for another of his big rallies, two days ahead

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Ocean Man First Nation receives first firetruck in donation from Kamsack

OCEAN MAN FIRST NATION — A retired pump truck was given new life, becoming the first in Ocean Man First Nation’s Emergency Response team’s

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More females playing baseball in Saskatchewan

A number of young female baseball players from across the province continued their winter training in Saskatoon over the weekend, as the sport continues

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Cambridge parents calling for more rinks to reopen in their community

CAMBRIDGE — Parents in Cambridge want to see more rinks reopen as minor hockey players get ready to hit the ice in the coming

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Djokovic out of U.S. Open after hitting line judge with ball

NEW YORK — Top-seeded Novak Djokovic was defaulted from his fourth-round match at the U.S. Open after he accidentally hit a line judge in

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Man suffers life-threatening injuries in Mississauga shooting

TORONTO — A man in his 20s has been critically injured in a shooting in Mississauga Monday evening. Emergency crews were called to a

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Search for Bridgewater, N.S., fugitive enters fifth day

HALIFAX — The search for a runaway fugitive in Bridgewater, Nova Scotia, entered its fifth day on Saturday – yielding no arrests. While town

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More parents considering homeschool option amidst coronavirus pandemic

WINDSOR, ONT. — As the province’s back to school plans remain up in the air, homeschooling organization WE Homeschool-Windsor-Essex County says they’ve seen an

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Majority of Canadians believe Canada-US border should stay closed in August

WINDSOR, ONT. — The Canada Border Services Agency recently announced the land border between Canada and the United States will be closed to non-essential

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Sudbury's Virtual Canada Day celebration continues

Part 2 of the Sudbury Celebrates Canada Day event with entertainment from Northern Lights Festival Boreal with Patricia Cano and Jim Cuddy. Source link

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