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'Just a nightmare': Toronto restaurant shuts doors with no notice to staff

Lola's Kitchen, a popular brunch spot on Church Street, abruptly closed its doors on Monday with no notice and nothing more than a sign that read: "Lola's Kitchen is now permanently closed."

Ford government does U-turn, expands electric vehicle rebates for Tesla buyers

The Ontario government says it will not appeal a Superior Court decision in favour of Tesla Motors Canada over the cancellation of electric vehicle rebates.

GTA teacher refuses to teach new sex-ed curriculum despite Doug Ford's new tip line

An Ontario teacher says he will continue to teach the 2015 sex-ed curriculum, despite fear of reprisals and a new provincial government snitch line, which one parent claimed to have already reported him to.

100s of kids from 650 Parliament need clothes, supplies as 1st day of school looms

Mayor John Tory says hundreds of children displaced from their homes after a six-alarm fire in St. James Town last week are in need of clothing and shoes before they head back to school next week.

Tesla wins case against Ontario government over electric vehicle rebates

Tesla Motors Canada has won its case against the Ontario government over electric vehicle rebates.

'A dream come true': Saskatoon's Anna Young makes LPGA debut at CP Women's Open

Saskatoon-native Anna Young has always dreamed of playing on the LPGA tour. And when she steps onto the first tee Thursday afternoon at the CP Women’s Open in Regina that dream will be become a reality.

Canadian golfers honour Humboldt Broncos at LPGA event in Regina

Alena Sharp didn't grow up in Saskatchewan, but the Hamilton, Ontario-native is honouring the Humboldt Broncos team this week at the LPGA CP Women’s Open.

Sask. golfer prepares to caddy in CP Women's Open

Local golfer Andrew Wilson will be caddying for LPGA professional Kassidy Teare at the Wascana Country Club for the CP Women's Open in Regina.

Taxes more than double in Sask. rural municipality

Residents in the RM of McKillop are facing tax increases after a year of increased spending by council.
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McMorris brothers inaugurate Celebrity Slow Pitch tournament in Regina

Regina brothers Mark and Craig McMorris kicked off their inaugural McMorris Foundation Celebrity Slow Pitch Tournament on Friday with a cast of professional athletes and Olympians by their side.

AFN chief to set up teepee to support Justice For Our Stolen Children camp

Perry Bellegarde says he will be putting up a teepee at the Justice for Our Stolen Children camp in Regina to show his solidarity with the protesters.

World's best to tee-off in Regina at LPGA CP Women's Open

The most prestigious women's golf tournament in Canada is coming to Regina in less that two weeks.

Saudi Arabia telling more than 150 students to leave University of Regina

More than 150 students at the University of Regina are being told they have a month to leave the country after officials in Saudi Arabia announced a plan to move thousands of Saudi scholarship students out of Canadian schools to take classes in other countries.

Percy Schmeiser looks back 20 years at fight against Monsanto

Nearly twenty years ago, small-town Saskatchewan farmer Percy Schmeiser was launched into the spotlight for what was billed by many as a David-and-Goliath confrontation with biotech giant Monsanto Canada.

Canadian Cancer Society wants hookah lounges banned in Sask.

Saskatchewan’s current legislation bans the smoking and vaping of cannabis and tobacco in public places but smoking shisha is allowed. The Canadian Cancer Society Saskatchewan wants that to change.