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Driver taken to hospital after multi-vehicle crash near Osoyoos, B.C.,

RCMP say a 38-year-old Penticton woman was driving a GMC dump truck towing a trailer when she failed to notice that traffic had stopped and rear-ended a Jeep Wrangler.

Welcome back: Saskatchewan care homes prepare for family visitors once more

Care homes in Saskatchewan are preparing to welcome visitors back inside after the provincial health authority relaxed restrictions Tuesday.

CFIA halts commercial puppy imports from Ukraine after dead dogs found at Toronto airport

Approximately 500 puppies landed at Pearson International Airport last month. Thirty-eight were found dead on arrival, and many others were dehydrated, weak or vomiting.

Canada’s coronavirus decline continues as cases surpass 106,000

Quebec, the province hit hardest by the virus, saw a jump of 30 new COVID-19 cases on Tuesday, increasing the total number of infected just three short of 56,000.

Saskatoon’s outdoor pools starting to reopen after coronavirus closures

Families can expect some changes when going to the facilities.

Saskatoon police officers use Narcan 3 times during overnight overdose calls

“These three calls highlight the difficult work our members do in a community that is, like many others, dealing with addictions and mental health issues."

Saskatoon Police Association ‘unequivocally supports’ officer in controversial arrest video

Saskatoon police head Dean Pringle said the officer seen striking a suspect was lawfully completing his duties.

With Calgary Stampede cancelled due to COVID-19, volunteers find new way to serve their city

Some Calgary Stampede volunteers are showing their community spirit in a new way this year, helping people hit hard by the COVID-19 crisis.

Alleged Rideau Hall intruder cited need for wake-up call in letter: sources

Corey Hurren wrote a letter expressing personal and government grievances before alleged incident.

Sister of missing southern Alberta man provides update on family’s search near Pemberton, B.C.

Marshal Iwaasa's sister and her family have returned from their search of a remote area near Pemberton, B.C. ,where the missing southern Alberta man's burnt truck still sits.

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