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Saskatoon should run its own photo radar instead of SGI: Charlie Clark

Saskatoon should run its own photo radar instead of SGI: Charlie Clark

Saskatoon Mayor Charlie Clark wants to see cities take full control over photo radar enforcement of speeding drivers, which would put the brakes on a current model overseen by Saskatchewan Government Insurance ( SGI ).
Rumours of NFL preseason game sweep Queen City

Rumours of NFL preseason game sweep Queen City

A different shade of green could be packing the seats of Mosaic Stadium this summer. Rumours of a National Football League preseason game coming to the Queen City have taken off, but officials are keeping the lid tight on any official announcement.
Sanford’s Dennis Thiessen gets call to curling hall

Sanford’s Dennis Thiessen gets call to curling hall

Sanford ‘s Dennis Thiessen will be inducted into Canada’s Curling Hall Of Fame .
Immigrants, lawyers declare small victory against Bill 9 as injunction continues

Immigrants, lawyers declare small victory against Bill 9 as injunction continues

An injunction forcing the CAQ government to continue processing 18,000 immigration applications it had initially cancelled will likely continue.
No injuries reported as Calgary fire crews respond to 2 basement blazes

No injuries reported as Calgary fire crews respond to 2 basement blazes

Calgary fire crews were kept busy on Tuesday with two separate basement fires. The first happened at about 9 a.m. at a home on River Rock Place S.E., according to the fire department.
Driver suffers minor injuries after car flips in Kitchener crash

Driver suffers minor injuries after car flips in Kitchener crash

Waterloo Regional Police say a driver suffered minor injuries after a crash in Kitchener ended with a car flipped over onto its roof. The collision happened at around 3 p.m. on Tuesday in the area of Homer Watson Boulevard and Manitou Drive.
Will federal Liberals’ woes hit provincial counterparts?

Will federal Liberals’ woes hit provincial counterparts?

The Nova Scotia legislature is made up of 51 seats, 27 of which are occupied by Liberal MLAs for a majority government. At the federal level, every MP from Nova Scotia is under the Liberal Party of Canada banner.
Peterborough man faces drug charges after police seize purple heroin

Peterborough man faces drug charges after police seize purple heroin

Christopher Fitzgerald, 28, of Hillard Street in Peterborough is facing drug charges after police allegedly located and seized purple heroin from his possession. At approximately 5 p.m.
Wanted man tries to flee from Portage RCMP, dumps loaded gun

Wanted man tries to flee from Portage RCMP, dumps loaded gun

A Portage la Prairie man was taken into custody despite an attempt to evade police and discard a loaded weapon.
Look who’s going to be singing at Michael Ray and Carly Pearce’s wedding

Look who’s going to be singing at Michael Ray and Carly Pearce’s wedding

Most of the time when you hear a song it can make you remember the past, think about an event that relates to the song, being sad, falling in love, being in love and pretty much anything under the sun.