Saskatchewan Roughriders advance to CFL West Division final before low Mosaic Stadium turnout

Sunday's Rider win against Calgary Stamps was a victory but what everyone seems to talking about were the abundance of empty seats at Mosaic Stadium.
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MLA calls for Alberta justice minister to resign over distracted driving ticket, call to police chief
In a statement issued to Global News, the Edmonton Police Service confirmed Madu was handed a distracted driving ticket on March 10, 2021.
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Quebec insists schools won't cause case surge despite second-wave data
In a letter to parents this weekend, Dr. Mylène Drouin said COVID-19 transmission is lower in schools than in the community.
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Quebec may never get the full story behind COVID-19 CHSLD deaths, coroner warns
“It’s been a year that what we’ve been told is, ‘I can’t tell you, I can’t say, and it may not be our department or our group that was managing.'"
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‘The biggest thing is that you have intention’: How to beat the winter blues
Mondays get a bad reputation, but it's even worse for the third Monday in January.
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Sleeping cabins at Portsmouth Olympic Harbour site are now being used
Five of the six tiny homes at the Portsmouth Olympic Harbour site in Kingston, Ont. will be occupied by the end of the day on Monday
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Canadiens confirm they're the worst in 5-2 lost to second-worst Coyotes
Montreal is now 7-25-5.
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Daphne Bramham: Without health-care workers, there is no health care
For years, rural communities limped along without enough nurses and doctors. Now, shortages threaten every hospital in every community.
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Montreal near and dear to legendary Expos broadcaster Dave Van Horne
Retiring after 56 years in baseball, voice of Expos recalls countless fond memories, but team's final game was a sad "kick in the stomach."
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COVID-19: Two Saskatoon hospitals at capacity, according to internal email
An internal SHA email, obtained by Global News, shows two Saskatoon hospitals were so full on Sunday they couldn't accept new patients.
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Alberta justice minister phoned Edmonton police chief to discuss distracted-driving ticket: police
Alberta Justice Minister Kaycee Madu called Edmonton's police chief to discuss a distracted-driving ticket he received in 2021, the Edmonton Police Service confirmed to CTV News.
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Struggling Edmonton Oilers ramp it up at Monday’s practice
The Edmonton Oilers held nothing back as the struggling team returned to practice at Rogers Place on Monday.
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Kelowna RCMP appeal to public for help after woman’s body found at dog park
While the investigation is still in what police all the infancy stage, RCMP don't believe there's any risk to public safety.
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'The impact on Canadians is huge': There’s no short-term solution for growing surgical backlog, warns CMA
The top official of the Canadian Medical Association is warning that there's no "short-term solutions" to Canada's growing surgical backlog.
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Quebec wants to hire 25,000 early childhood educators by 2026
The two main unions representing daycare workers warned against accelerating the training of educators to achieve this goal.
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Scientists study trajectory of meteorite that landed in B.C. in October
Philip McCausland, a lead researcher mapping the meteorite's journey, says they know the 4.5-billion-year-old rock collided with something about 470 million years ago.
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Call of the Wilde: Montreal Canadiens drop another with 5-2 loss to Arizona Coyotes
With the lowest goals in the NHL, the stakes were high for the Montreal Canadiens against the Arizona Coyotes. Brian Wilde has more on the game.
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More than 800 people in B.C. hospitals with COVID, with another 22 deaths
Another 22 people have also died from complications due to the virus, the province announced Monday, bringing that total to 2,490 since the pandemic began.
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Adopt-A-School: Project CHEF transfers its resources to Vancouver Sun school program
The funds were transferred with the stipulation the amount not be disclosed. But it was a substantial donation.
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Greater Vernon Water issues ‘precautionary’ water quality advisory
The utility says the water quality advisory comes after some water at the Duteau Water Treatment Plant missed UV treatment due to emergency repairs.
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Alberta health minister tests positive for COVID-19 as hospitalizations surpass 1,000
Alberta's health minister has tested positive for COVID-19 and is isolating at home. It comes as the province surpassed 1,000 patients in hospital being treated for COVID-19. 
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Dave Feschuk: Leafs defenceman Jake Muzzin might be a little bruised, but he’ll keep battling
There might be reasons for the blueliner’s struggles — including the struggles of his playing partners — but Muzzin isn’t making excuses.
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Hanes: Too young to die, too young to know such grief
An alarming trend that marked 2021 is continuing into the new year: gun violence claiming the lives of Montreal teenagers.
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What wastewater can tell us about where Omicron is heading
Stool a key tool in helping scientists track COVID-19 trends.
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Personal employee information possibly accessed during SLGA cyberattack: Sask. government
The provincial government says there is a risk that personal employee information may have been accessed during a cybersecurity attack on SLGA back on Dec. 25.
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COVID has blown another hole in Toronto’s budget. Ottawa and Queen’s Park must step up
‘This third COVID year isn’t the time to let down Toronto and other cities facing big gaps in their budgets.’
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Rent for one-bedroom apartment soars to $2,176 in Vancouver, highest increase in Canada
The second-most expensive city to rent a one-bedroom apartment was Toronto, with a rate of $2,013 -- an increase of 9.2 per cent from December 2020. 
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Toronto police seek assistance locating missing 11-year-old boy
Officers said he was last seen on Monday at 2:20 p.m. ET in the Northcliffe Boulevard and Eglinton Avenue West area.
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Northern Ontario schools reopen for in-person learning, as much of the south get a snow day
In District School Board One based in Timmins, which held in-person classes, the director of education said the first day back went “exceptionally well.”
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Gyms, bars closed indefinitely ahead of B.C. health officials’ Tuesday COVID update
Provincial health officer Dr. Bonnie Henry and Health Minister Adrian Dix are set to speak to the media about the latest COVID-19 information on Tuesday.
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#BettyWhiteChallenge leads to influx of donations to Kingston Humane Society
The Kingston Humane Society (KHS) says it has received more than $17,000 in donations as a result of the trending #BettyWhiteChallenge.
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Students, teachers calling for McGill, Concordia to push back in-person start dates
Montreal's English universities are being pressured to delay their return to in-person learning, but seem set on getting back to class.
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Scientists study trajectory of meteorite that landed in B.C. in October
The small meteorite broke through a woman's ceiling in Golden, B.C., in October, landing on her pillow, next to where she had been sleeping moments earlier.
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All school staff in B.C. must disclose COVID-19 vaccine status
The latest order, posted online Monday, states an employer must request proof of vaccination from each employee and keep a record each person's status.
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‘The mass gathering business’ and the impact COVID-19 is having on QMJHL teams
A return to play has been rescheduled again, now for Feb. 1, with the league requesting if N.B. teams can practice in N.S. or Quebec due to lockdown restrictions in the province.
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Edmonton police want city to consider making ID scanners mandatory at all liquor stores
An Edmonton Police Service officer wants to see ID scanners at the entrance of every liquor store in the city and he's hoping councillors will help make it happen.
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Quebec may never get the full story behind COVID-19 care home deaths, coroner warns 
Kamel expressed shock that after a yearlong investigation, there seemed to be no consensus from witnesses on the timeline of how the government responded to the health crisis.
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Snow removal could take more than 72 hours, Tory says
Toronto invoked a major snow storm condition prohibiting stopping or parking on designated snow routes at the risk of fines or towing
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Peterborough woman arrested for threats against school official: police
Officers were made aware of two threatening phone calls to the work number of a local school official. 
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