Blue Jays comeback falls short against Mariners

Chris Colabello almost redeemed himself in the ninth inning. Colabello’s two-run homer sparked a late Toronto Blue Jays rally in a 4-3 loss to the Seattle Mariners on Friday night. His long ball came after missing a crucial catch earlier ...

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Manitoba thalidomide survivor ‘elated’ over annual pensions

“I’m glad. I’m elated,” said Paul Murphy, a thalidomide survivor in Selkirk, Man., after hearing the federal government’s announcement Friday that he and other survivors will receive annual pensions, in addition to lump sum payments announced earlier this year.  Manitoba thalidomide survivor says ...

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Roughing it: 5 luxury items for camping creature comforts

“Roughing it” on a camping trip is subjective. Some people eschew technology to head out to the great outdoors, while others find the latest gadgets to enhance their trip into nature.  Jon Flaman is the marketing manager at Cabela’s in Regina. ...

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Wildfire threatens area north of Love, Saskatchewan

Fire crews are battling a wildfire in the Rural Municipality of Torch River, near Love, Saskatchewan which is northeast of Prince Albert. The fire is in the northern provincial forest and covers about 225 hectares of land. RCMP said crews ...

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Polka dance party popular at Cathedral Arts Festival

The Western Senators performed at the polka party in Regina. (Lauren Golosky/CBC) The Cathedral Arts Festival in Regina featured a polka dance party as a theme attraction Friday night. The festival has a number of different genres as part of ...

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