Court hears people in naked kidnapping case had shared psychotic disorder

LEDUC, Alta. — An Alberta judge says three people involved in a bizarre kidnapping engaged in pseudo medical science while discussing the state of

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Islanders prepare for NHL restart

Lots of people on Vancouver Island are excited for the return of NHL hockey, with some pubs offering major deals to celebrate the season.

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Need help choosing a post-secondary school? Webinar made by Western students may help

LONDON, ONT. — Need help choosing a post-secondary school? A webinar made by Western students may help. Four Western University students have created an

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‘It’s been catastrophic,’ Tourism finally starts to pick up at the Muskoka Wharf

GRAVENHURST, ONT. — The pandemic has left the tourism industry reeling, including the Muskoka Wharf in Gravenhurst. After months of waiting, the visitor-driven destination

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What to do in Sask. without scheduled summer events

REGINA — For months, county music fans likely had the second weekend of July circled on their calendars. But with the cancellations of the

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RCMP, Onion Lake Cree Nation release gang prevention resources

SASKATOON — Onion Lake RCMP is releasing gang awareness and prevention resources in partnership with Onion Lake Cree Nation, RCMP announced Thursday. “The Cree

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Hundreds rally at Sask. Legislature on National Indigenous Peoples Day

REGINA — On a day that recognizes and celebrates Indigenous voices, hundreds rallied at the Saskatchewan Legislature to mark the occasion and ignite calls

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‘We need to open,’ Businesses finally reopen to the public across York Region

NEWMARKET, ONT. — It’s officially patio season in York Region. Small business owners have been waiting for months for the province to give the

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Calgarians clean up after localized flooding from powerful storm

CALGARY — Some Calgarians had to spend Sunday cleaning up their yards, basements and vehicles after a severe thunderstorm pounded the city Saturday night.

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Murder charge laid in Prince Albert missing persons case

SASKATOON — Prince Albert police have charged a man with second-degree murder in connection to a missing persons case. The body of 30-year-old Dylan

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