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Regina sees half-baked response to legalization

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While many cities across Canada held parties and countdowns surrounding the legalization of recreational marijuana, residents in Regina were more reserved during the day.

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South Regina residents frustrated by ongoing road work

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Residents on Shannon Road are frustrated by road work that has lasted for months in their neighbourhood.

Wednesday, Oct 17

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What does cannabis cost across Canada?

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How do cannabis prices stack up across the country? Check out our handy guide to see how prices compare between the provinces and territories.

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Regina's Santa Claus parade cancelled

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Regina’s Santa Claus parade has been cancelled. Southland Mall, who organizes the parade says they will not be holding the parade in 2018 to focus on “community engagement and supporting families in need.”

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Parole denied for Paul Bernardo after 25 years

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Serial rapist and killer Paul Bernardo pleaded unsuccessfully for a second chance on Wednesday, arguing low self-esteem drove him to commit the sexually twisted crimes he now rues and that he no longer poses any threat to the public.

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INFOGRAPHIC: Marijuana quick facts on legalization day

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INFOGRAPHIC: Marijuana quick facts as it becomes legal across the country on Oct. 17.

INFOGRAPHIC: Fines for breaking cannabis laws in Sask.

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INFOGRAPHIC: A breakdown of some of the fines you could face for breaking cannabis laws in Saskatchewan.

Only 7 permits issued for cannabis retailers in Sask.

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When the Saskatchewan government introduced their legalization rules, they announced that up to 51 permits would be issued for retail businesses around the province. Fast forward nine months later, and only seven permits have been issued…

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Legal cannabis is now on sale in Sask., what retailers are open?

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Cannabis is now legal in Canada, but buying it in Saskatchewan could be challenging in many communities.

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Pot legalization is here: The rules you need to know

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Now that cannabis is legal across the country, CTVNews.ca has created a cheat sheet on what is allowed when it comes to purchasing, possessing, and consuming marijuana.

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Trying cannabis for the first time? Here's everything you can expect

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As Canada legalizes cannabis on Oct. 17, we’ve decided to answer a couple important burning questions such as what exactly happens when you get high, the differences between strains and what happens if you get too high?

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YouTube goes down for more than an hour

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YouTube's video streaming service went out for more than an hour on Tuesday, apparently affecting locations around the world.

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Many stores not ready to open by Oct. 17

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As Canada is set to legalize the sale, purchase and certain types of using marijuana, we’re learning many stores in South Saskatchewan will not be ready for legalization on Wednesday.

Roughrider Charleston Hughes charged with impaired driving

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Roughrider Charleston Hughes is scheduled to appear in court later this month after an impaired driving charge last week.

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‘She prepared herself to die’: Regina mother speaking out after daughter stabbed

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A Regina mother is speaking out after two teens allegedly attacked and stabbed her daughter last month.

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Postal union issues strike notices, could start rotating job action Monday

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The Canadian Union of Postal Workers said Tuesday it has given strike notice to Canada Post that workers could walk off the job as early as next week.

Feds to announce plan to pardon Canadians convicted of simple possession of pot

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The federal government will announce on Wednesday morning that it intends to proceed with granting pardons to Canadians who have past simple possession charges.

Fraud trial underway for woman who allegedly embezzled millions

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The fraud trial of Alena Pastuch is officially underway after several delays. She’s accused of money laundering, fraud over $5,000 and theft over $5,000.

Tuesday, Oct 16

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Sask. RCMP preparing for marijuana legalization

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The Saskatchewan RCMP says it is prepared for marijuana legalization on Wednesday.

Semi driver hospitalized after colliding with train on Highway 16

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A semi driver was taken to hospital with serious injuries after colliding with a train on Highway 16.

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Abbott-brand nutrition beverages recalled for bacteria concerns

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Abbott Nutrition is recalling a number of its canned nutritional beverages due to possible bacterial contamination.

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Experiencing different cultures: Regina couple marries 15 times around the world

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Karl Fix and Sandra Beug have had some interesting experiences marrying each other again and again in different countries around the world.

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Addictions counsellor wants more education ahead of marijuana legalization

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With the legalization of marijuana two days away, a Regina addictions counsellor is reminding people about the addictive qualities of the drug.

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Two charged with aggravated assault, forcible confinement after fight

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Two men have been charged with aggravated assault and forcible confinement after a fight sent a 36-year-old man to hospital with serious injuries on Saturday night.

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Sask. man receives second medal for bravery

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A Saskatchewan man received his second medal in four years for an act of bravery on Monday afternoon.

Monday, Oct 15

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MADD receives funding aimed at curbing impaired driving

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MADD Canada received $25,000 in provincial funding aimed at curbing impaired driving in Saskatchewan.

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Drug recognition expert assists in arrest of impaired driver

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A drug recognition expert RCMP officer assisted in the arrest of an impaired driver near Arcola last week.

Pane of glass shatters on downtown Regina tower

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A pane of tempered glass shattered on one of the Hill Tower buildings in Regina on Monday morning.

Two train cars derail near Regina

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Emergency crews were called to the rail line just north of the city dump on Monday after two oil tankers derailed.

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University of Saskatchewan partners with Okanese First Nation on climate change research

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University of Saskatchewan researchers are working with a First Nation in southern Saskatchewan on a project to measure the effects of climate change.