Sask. casinos, bingo halls set to reopen Thursday

REGINA — As COVID-19 restrictions continue to lift in Saskatchewan, casinos and bingo halls are next up in the reopening on July 9. Casinos

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Autopsy rules gas station assault as a homicide in Halifax

HALIFAX — Halifax Regional Police say a 47-year-old man’s death has been deemed a homicide. Around 10:20 p.m., police responded to reports of an

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A miracle is happening in Windsor-Essex

WINDSOR, ONT. — Over ten thousand volunteers hit the streets Saturday afternoon, going door to door to collect food donations off residents front porches

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New film tells story of nearly 5,000 North Korean orphans sent to Europe

SEOUL, KOREA, REPUBLIC OF — Six decades after they returned to their homeland, traces of thousands of North Korean children orphaned by the Korean

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Fire in Saskatoon yard believed to be suspicious

SASKATOON — The Saskatoon Fire Department says a fire in a backyard is believed to be suspicious. Shortly after 11:00 a.m. fire crews were

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Volunteers spreading the word about ‘June 27th Miracle’

WINDSOR, ONT. — Volunteers hoping to break the world record for largest food drive are ready to spread the word across the area. About

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Episode of U.K. sitcom Fawlty Towers pulled over racist slurs

LONDON — One of the most memorable episodes of one of the most popular British sitcoms of all-time has been withdrawn from a U.K.

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Hundreds turn out for rolling protest of nuclear waste plan

TEESWATER, ONT. — Hundreds of South Bruce residents let it be known they don’t want nuclear waste buried under their community Tuesday night. Protect

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7-year-old driver, younger brother die in wreck after taking keys of family vehicle

JACKSON COUNTY, MO. — Two young children died in a car accident Friday evening after they took keys to the family vehicle and began

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‘Beans’ remembers Oka Crisis through Mohawk girl’s eyes

A new feature film set during the Oka Crisis offers a view from behind the barricades through the eyes of a young girl. Called

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