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What to expect from season 2 of Children Ruin Everything

WATCH: Hit CTV Cdn comedy 'Children Ruin Everything' is back for a second season. Stars Aaron Abrams & Meghan Rath on what you can expect!

WATCH: Hit CTV Cdn comedy 'Children Ruin Everything' is back for a second season. Stars Aaron Abrams & Meghan Rath on what you can expect!

Indigenous Circle

Indigenous Circle: Sept. 25

WATCH: Darrell Romuld brings you this week’s edition of Indigenous Circle.

WATCH: Darrell Romuld brings you this week’s edition of Indigenous Circle.

Wheatland Cafe

Fried Green Tomatoes with Crab

WATCH: CJ Katz makes Fried Green Tomatoes with Crab for this week's edition of the Wheatland Cafe.

WATCH: CJ Katz makes Fried Green Tomatoes with Crab for this week's edition of the Wheatland Cafe.

Crime Stoppers

Crime Stoppers – Sept. 19

WATCH: Regina police search for suspects in this week’s Crime Stoppers report.

WATCH: Regina police search for suspects in this week’s Crime Stoppers report.

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PM Trudeau to visit regions impacted by Fiona 'soon', NDP request emergency debate

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau says he will be visiting the regions in Atlantic Canada impacted by Fiona 'as soon as possible this week.' And, as MPs head back into the House of Commons for the first time after this weekend's storm, the NDP are requesting an emergency debate to discuss 'the urgent and escalating situation in Atlantic Canada.'

Food, shelter top priorities as Fiona damage becomes clear

Residents of Atlantic Canada and eastern Quebec are coming to terms with the full scope of the damage left behind after post-tropical storm Fiona tore through the region over the weekend as one of the strongest storms Canada's East Coast has ever faced.

Lights out, ovens off: Europe preps for winter energy crisis

As Europe heads into winter in the throes of an energy crisis, offices are getting chillier. Statues and historic buildings are going dark. Bakers who can't afford to heat their ovens are talking about giving up, while fruit and vegetable growers face letting greenhouses stand idle.