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SLGA liquor store permits drawing big bids days into auction Major cash is already being bid on liquor store permits in Saskatchewan, despite the auction only opening a few days ago.
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First Nations man revives sex assault lawsuit against northern Manitoba child care agency A man is suing a care agency and its staff for the second time in four years claiming they failed to keep him safe from physical and sexual abuse decades ago while in care on a remote Manitoba First Nation. A change in the law governing the statute of lim
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Saskatoon family leaving on winter vacation loses $5k rebooking after Sunwing kerfuffle Saskatoon resident Adrienne Stone has had just about enough of SunwingAirlines, after months of confusion around her family's winter vacation booking.
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COVID-19 surged in Fredericton over holidays, new wastewater data reveals Fredericton has been added to a national wastewater surveillance dashboard, becoming the second New Brunswick city to be reported. Here's what the new data shows.
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$5 million for Winnipeg Transit security team a good start, union says, but devil is in the details The union for Winnipeg Transit workers says the city's investment in a transit security service is a good start to tackle the issue of safety, and will hopefully encourage some riders to once again take the bus.
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Canada lynx no longer considered endangered, changes made to N.B. Species at Risk Act The New Brunswick Government has made changes to its Species at Risk Act that affects lynx and wolves.
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Police watchdog clears officer of wrongdoing after he fired at man who killed 2 cops in Innisfil Ontario's police watchdog says a South Simcoe police officer didn't commit any crimes when he fired upon a man who had fatally shot two other police officers in Innisfil last October.
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No long track, no problem for P.E.I. speed skaters Two P.E.I. speed skaters have been travelling back and forth from the Island to the Halifax Oval, where the long track events will be held during week one of the Canada Winter Games. They hope that will give them an edge over some of the other competitors
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New Brunswick's top young table tennis players train for the Canada Games For the first time in 20 years, the province is sending athletes to compete in the fast-paced sport of table tennis.
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Sydney school, courthouse remain closed due to water damage from frozen pipes Two public buildings in Sydney, N.S., will remain closed for some time due to water damage after pipes froze on the weekend.
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