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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Ontario made the right call in voting out Liberals, interim leader says

News source from CTV News The interim leader of Ontario’s struggling Liberal party says voters made the “right call” in stripping them of power

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Ontario made the right call in voting out Liberals, interim leader says

News source from CTV News The interim leader of Ontario’s struggling Liberal party says voters made the “right call” in stripping them of power

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Decision expected in trial of Dellen Millard, accused of killing his father

News source from CTV News TORONTO — A decision is expected today in the case of a man accused of killing his father, whose

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Cat stuck in tree for three days rescued

News source from CTV News CTV Regina Published Wednesday, September 19, 2018 6:49PM CST Last Updated Wednesday, September 19, 2018 7:01PM CST Qu’Appelle residents

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SaskTel Centre to become smoke free zone

News source from CTV News Smokers attending events at SaskTel Centre will soon no longer be able to light up anywhere on the property.

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Miffed Italy to snub Austria over passports for Italians

News source from CTV News ROME – Italy says that for now it’s snubbing a proposed bilateral meeting in Vienna because of Austria’s plan

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Obama urges Americans to reclaim ‘sanity in our politics’

News source from CTV News Elliot Spagat, The Associated Press Published Saturday, September 8, 2018 5:21PM EDT ANAHEIM, Calif. — Former U.S. President Barack

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SUV left in neutral rolls into tourists at Peggys Cove

News source from CTV News PEGGYS COVE, N.S. – Police are trying to located a man who made dangerous mistake at Peggys Cove yesterday

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Judge rules excessive intoxication can be argued in sexual assault defence

News source from CTV News An Ontario judge has ruled that a federal law preventing the so-called “intoxication defence” in sexual assault cases is

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