Snowmobilers want more snow | CTV Regina News

Recent warm temperatures in Saskatchewan have snowmobilers hoping for the cold weather to return. After a long stretch of frigid temperatures across Saskatchewan, many

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Ancestry questions prompt call for Congress of Aboriginal Peoples’ chief’s resignation

The president of a Saskatchewan Indigenous group is calling for the resignation of the Congress of Aboriginal Peoples’ national chief. John Hanikenne, president of

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Shopping habits of locals has Bragg Creek’s lone grocer facing an uncertain future

The owner of Bragg Creek Foods, the lone grocery store in the hamlet west of Calgary, says sales have been plummeting as residents of

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Women accusing theatre star Albert Schultz of sex assault to speak today

TORONTO — Four women who have filed sexual assault and harassment lawsuits against a prominent figure in Canadian theatre and the well-known company he

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Teen accused of murder makes first court appearance

A 17-year-old goy appeared quiet and timid Thursday as he made his first court appearance on a charge of second-degree murder. The boy, whose

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Highway 401 to see overnight closures in Woodstock

Major delays are expected on Highway 401 through Woodstock this week due to a pair of 10-hour closures. The highway is scheduled to close

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Police looking for more women extorted for nude photos in alleged Ont.-wide scheme

Police have laid dozens of charges against a man accused of using Instagram and Snapchat to extort women for nude photographs and money. Police

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Dozens of Calgary cabs damaged in vandalism spree

A number of Calgary taxis have been targeted by vandals in the past week and police are working to track down those responsible. Cab

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Firefighters called to extinguish pair of burning trucks in northwest Calgary

Emergency crews had to put out a fire that burned through a pair of trucks on a northwest Calgary street early Thursday morning. Fire

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