Sask. first province to introduce interpersonal violence ‘Clare’s Law’

News source from CTV News Saskatchewan has become the first province to introduce an interpersonal violence disclosure act, also known as Clare’s Law. The

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Introducing the do-it-yourself space suit

News source from CTV News CTV Montreal Published Tuesday, October 30, 2018 2:09PM EDT Last Updated Tuesday, October 30, 2018 2:10PM EDT We get

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Fully accessible haunted house delivering scares to people with disabilities

News source from CTV News CTVNews.ca Staff Published Tuesday, October 23, 2018 7:00AM EDT Last Updated Tuesday, October 23, 2018 7:17AM EDT Some of

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Norfolk OPP investigating fatal motorcycle crash

News source from CTV News One man is dead following a motorcycle crash near Simcoe. The crash between a vehicle and motorcycle happened Monday

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Young pot users aren’t concerned about CAQ’s plan to raise age limit

News source from CTV News CTV Montreal Published Friday, October 19, 2018 6:58PM EDT Last Updated Friday, October 19, 2018 7:03PM EDT The new

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Sask. education support workers concerned about workplace safety

News source from CTV News CTV Regina Published Friday, October 12, 2018 6:01PM CST Last Updated Friday, October 12, 2018 6:46PM CST Saskatchewan’s education

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Sophie Grégoire Trudeau marks International Day of the Girl

News source from CTV News To mark International Day of the Girl on Thursday, Plan International Canada urged Canadians to challenge the norms of

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Cycling Paul McCartney photobombs Winnipeg newlyweds

News source from CTV News Legendary Beatle Paul McCartney photobombed a Winnipeg couple as they posed for their wedding photos. McCartney, in town for

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Tour de Rock riders grind it out on 'hump day'

News source from CTV News Cyclists took on the hump to Port Alberni, one of the hardest and most anticipated parts of the entire

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Japanese-Canadian, 97, ‘proud’ of new highway signs honouring internment victims

News source from CTV News Eight signs have now been erected along British Columbia highways to tell the stories of the Japanese-Canadian internment camp

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