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  We vote as means of “harm reduction”—but the outcomes are always stacked against us.
  Expect life-sized plushies, train sets, and that light-up floor piano that Tom Hanks dances on in Big.
  All hell breaks loose on another fantastically entertaining and contentious episode of Survivor. “There’s nowhere to run,” teases Survivor host Jeff Probst...
  No plug and socket costumes here. View Entire Post ›
  The engine did not catch fire but there were some fumes seen by the passengers.
  Officers located a 16-year-old male from Surrey suffering from stab wounds.
  Riders could catch replacement shuttles at the bus loop at the Franklin Station or at the Marlborough and Rundle stations. 
  The public is invited to the Saskatchewan legislative building on Oct. 24 as Lt.-Gov. W. Thomas Molloy delivers his speech from the throne, formally opening the...
  54-year-old Chris Seitz of Norfolk County was taken to hospital, where he was later pronounced dead.
  One of 270 homes in Saskatchewan received a free furnace tune-up on Tuesday through SaskEnergy and its network of plumbing and heating contractors.
  MEC addressed the company's lack of diversity in advertising, but some Canadians say it's much more than just making a statement.
  Here are all the ways Doug Ford’s government has screwed up legal cannabis.
  Much like a nightmarish child-murdering burn victim , or a masked escapee from what in the '70s was called a "sanitarium ," Halloween just...
  LOS ANGELES — Rapper Nicki Minaj is being sued for sampling a Tracy Chapman song without permission. Chapman filed a copyright infringement lawsuit Monday in a Los...
  Noel continues to be the best thing about the Channel 4 series, to be quite honest. View Entire Post ›
  Conservative Leader Andrew Scheer got into a tense exchange with reporters Tuesday when he tried to dodge a question about Canada's arms deal...
  The province has long held that its electricity sector had already made big strides in reducing emissions as the province shifted away from coal-based ...
  Officials of the REM need to close part of Highway 40 between St-Jean Boulevard and Highway 13 during the weekend of Nov. 3-4.
  Officials say expansions by two major corporations in Nova Scotia could bring hundreds of new jobs to the province.
  Representatives from the International Olympic Committee are visiting Calgary this week amid mounting calls for the city to demand a better deal...
  Lyra Evans will become the school trustee for a downtown Ottawa district after garnering 55 per cent of the votes cast Monday as part of...
  Unfortunately, it's a no for Yeh! Frozen Yogurt and Café.
  A large-scale preventive boil water advisory in Hull has been lifted. Analyses and tests confirm that the water is safe to consume. In a media release, the city of...
  HALIFAX — Officials say expansions by two major corporations in Nova Scotia could bring hundreds of new jobs to the province. In separate announcements...
  Police are investigating after several homes and businesses were broken into over the past week.
  As a nation we must stand together. View Entire Post ›
  ROME — At least 20 people were injured when an escalator in the Rome metropolitan system collapsed Tuesday night. A video shown on Sky TG24 shows the escalator...
  The disappearance and murder of Jamal Khashoggi, a Washington Post journalist, Saudi citizen and critic, has sent shockwaves around the world. It has also put a...
  BASEL, Switzerland — Roger Federer was tested by Filip Krajinovic before winning 6-2, 4-6, 6-4 in the first round of his hometown tournament Swiss Indoors on Tuesday. ...
  KANEOHE, Hawaii — A pilot and two passengers were found injured when rescuers responded to a helicopter crash on a Hawaii sandbar. Honolulu Fire Department spokesman Capt...
  REGINA — Former Saskatchewan Roughrider Justin Cox faces a new assault charge. Regina police issued a warrant for Cox’s arrest on Oct. 5. Police say officers...
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