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AP source: Flynn lawyers make a break with Trump team

WASHINGTON — A lawyer for former national security adviser Michael Flynn has told President Donald Trump’s legal team that they are no longer communicating with them about special counsel Robert Mueller’s investigation into Russian election interference. 97 more words

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Record October for new condo sales in Greater Toronto as single-family inventory remains low

TORONTO — The Building Industry and Land Development Association says the Greater Toronto Area’s supply of newly constructed condos last month hit its highest level since it began tracking that data about 15 years ago. 189 more words

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Mountie seriously hurt in head-on collision south of Edmonton; charges pending

DEVON, Alta. — Mounties say an officer has been seriously injured in a collision south of Edmonton.

RCMP say it happened early today near Devon when an officer tried to pull over a vehicle being driven erratically. 149 more words

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Saskatchewan pot survey suggests legal weed be regulated similar to alcohol

REGINA — A Saskatchewan government survey suggests most respondents want legal recreational marijuana to be regulated in much the same way as alcohol.

The results of the online survey indicate most people — 46 per cent — want 19 to be the legal age to use cannabis, the same as for alcohol consumption. 307 more words

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Saskatchewan pot survey suggests legal weed be regulated similar to alcohol

REGINA — A Saskatchewan government survey suggests most respondents want legal recreational marijuana to be regulated in much the same way as alcohol.

The results of the online survey indicate most people — 46 per cent — want 19 to be the legal age to use cannabis, the same as for alcohol consumption. 307 more words

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Number of Saskatchewan workplace fatalities slightly lower this year

REGINA — The number of workplace fatalities in Saskatchewan is trending lower so far this year than in 2016.

But the Saskatchewan Workers’ Compensation Board says the number of lives lost on the job remains unacceptable at 22. 229 more words

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Prairie provinces take top 3 spots in murder rates in 2016; 2 cities in top 3

REGINA — The Prairies occupy two of the top three spots in a category no one wants to lead in — homicide rates.

Statistics Canada has released a survey which shows that in 2016 Saskatchewan was No. 329 more words

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