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From CEO to Jeopardy champ to Snoop Dogg, here's what the world thinks of Canada's legal weed

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Canada’s legalization day is generating reaction from people around the world.

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Stigma doesn't cloud customer demand on first day of legal pot

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While it’s now legal to buy recreational cannabis in Canada, CTV News discovered some consumers still fear the stigma attached to the drug.

Saskatoon woman ‘devastated’ after fake Rick Springfield scam

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Lavender Hitchings has been a fan of Rick Springfield for 30 years, so when someone messaged her saying he was the real Springfield, she believed him.

Wednesday, Oct 17

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Courthouse fire caused by faulty electrical equipment

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An elevator fire at Court of Queen’s Bench in Saskatoon Wednesday has caused an estimated $200,000 in damage.

Blades defenceman sets record-breaking pace – even as he reins in his game

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Putting up points from the back end has never really been a problem for Dawson Davidson.

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Police seek missing, vulnerable teen

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Saskatoon police ask for the public’s help finding a 15-year-old boy whose family believes may be in a vulnerable state.

'My new dealer is the prime minister:' Ashley MacIsaac embraces legal weed

Ashley MacIsaac was arrested in Saskatchewan in July of 2001 and charged with possession, but was given an absolute discharge a few months later by what he a called "a very considerate and understanding judge.

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Man tells police he killed his dad to 'put him out his misery' before nonsensical outburst

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Before a going on a nonsensical rant after an RCMP officer left an interview room, a man accused of killing his father told the constable he stabbed his dad with a pocket knife to “put him out of his misery.”

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Police investigate sexual assault on teen girl

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Saskatoon police are searching for a suspect who reportedly sexually assaulted a 15-year-old girl last week

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‘Keep them warm for the winter’: Martensville woman donates homemade dog beds to animal shelters

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Every October Becky James, 29, collects used pillow cases and blankets to make beds for animals.

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‘I can’t afford not to’: Medicinal marijuana user worries he’ll be evicted

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In Shane Moore’s apartment you’ll find a two-tent system holding eight marijuana plants.

9 burning questions on legal weed

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From the cost of cannabis to weed at work, here's everything you need to know about legal marijuana in Saskatchewan.

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Man sent to hospital, traffic restricted as police investigate crash

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A 46-year-old man was taken to hospital with non-life threatening injuries after a crash at Ruth Street and Vernon Avenue Tuesday afternoon, police say.

Elementary students learn to take responsibility on the playground

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Alina Untila is only in Grade 5, but today she is learning how to be a leader on the playground and help the younger students.

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McOrmond - College interchange set to open tomorrow

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The McOrmond Drive and College Drive interchange will open to traffic on Wednesday, the city says.

Tuesday, Oct 16

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Police dogs chase down suspect hiding in railcar after he crashes ATV

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A 37-year-old Wakaw area man faces several charges after allegedly taking a woman on an ATV against her will.

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Project Forseti informant denied bail on weapons charges

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Judge Natasha Crooks on Tuesday denied Noel Harder’s bail application.

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Additional options presented for bus rapid transit routes

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City councilors got more information Monday on additional options for bus rapid transit (BRT) routes along with feedback from residents and businesses.

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One person found dead after fire at multi-unit complex

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The cause of a fatal fire in the Pleasant Hill neighbourhood remains undetermined, the Saskatoon Fire Department says.

Cause of fatal fire undetermined, fire department says

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The cause of a fatal fire in the Pleasant Hill neighbourhood remains undetermined, the Saskatoon Fire Department says.

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Corman Park residents concerned about traffic from Saskatoon’s new bridge

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Saskatoon’s new Chief Mistawasis Bridge is meant to ease traffic congestion, but some Corman Park residents say the opposite is happening in their area.

Man’s anger toward his dad was mounting before killing him, crown lawyer says as trial begins

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Johan Klassen Jr.’s anger for his father was growing after a troubled childhood and the recent death of his mother, but it came to a head when his father wouldn’t lend him his car to buy cigarettes, according to Crown prosecutor Dorinda…

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‘I never get anything here’: Apartment tenants claim they haven’t received mail in months

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Some people living in a three-storey apartment building in the Confederation Park neighbourhood say it’s been months since they’ve received mail.

Monday, Oct 15

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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.

Robbery suspect Tasered after Friday morning chase

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A Saskatoon convenience store employee who couldn’t take off his ring suffered minor injuries in an armed robbery on Friday.

Sunday, Oct 14

Shed fire results in $8,000 in damages

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A small shed fire at 214 Mowatt Crescent Sunday morning resulted in $8,000 in damages.

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Man taken to hospital with stab wound

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A 34-year-old man was found suffering from a stab wound to the abdomen on the 200 block of 21st Street East early Sunday morning.

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Meili unveils new plan to target climate change

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Saskatchewan NDP leader Ryan Meili called for a new phase in dealing with climate change Saturday morning at the annual Saskatchewan NDP convention in Saskatoon.

Saturday, Oct 13

Two major fires at same house not related, fire dept. says

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The Saskatoon Fire Department says two fires damaging an Eighth Street Home are not related.

Restaurant apologies for posting ‘tasteless’ Kavanaugh sign

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Una Pizza and Wine has issued an apology after writing a controversial message on their sidewalk sign Wednesday.