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There were no fatalities.
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Catherine McKenna said it's a good step toward carbon pricing.
Marlene had said she tried to forgive the man who attacked her.
A video of the encounter went viral.
The Saskatchewan premier took issue with her controversial comments.
The last edition will be published Dec. 7.
"Those aren't his stories to tell."
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Saskatchewan has already rejected the idea for over 50 years.
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File this under Prairie Surprises of 2017.
"It looks like they almost came out of an aquarium yesterday, is how well these things are preserved."
There have been more than 500 First Nations suicides in Saskatchewan since 2005.
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The boy was found in a pond, 120 metres away from the school.
He said his brain was on 'auto pilot' and missed the signs.
The nine-storey portrait is grabbing lots of attention.
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Marlene Bird's burns were so severe they exposed her facial bones.
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He's held Saskatchewan's top job since 2007.
It took years of fundraising to buy the chairs.
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What to eat, see and do for fun in the 'Paris of the Prairies.'
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Researchers interviewed seven women who felt pressured to get their tubes tied.
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Preliminary tests suggest the animals near Chaplin died of dehydration.
"Three times over the legal limit, I think you can tell. Let's not sugar-coat this.''
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The mother is tired of reading that her child was left unsupervised.
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Police did not say what charges will be laid.
People talking about it is a good thing, they say.
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Passersby credited with saving survivors.
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Officer used flashlight to signal train.
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The Human Rights Watch report documents allegations of police abuse.
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They've been given until the end of December to sign on to the national climate change agreement or lose out on millions.
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The Brad Wall government had some difficult choices to make. It could have asked the rich to pay a little more. Instead, it told the poor to pay a lot more. Though this budget may help reduce the provincial deficit, it will be bad for poverty and for the long-term health of the Saskatchewan economy.
"The need for a funeral goes beyond just dollars and cents."
"Nurses are healthcare professionals and as such are rightfully held to high standards.''