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Sask. minimum wage increases to $13

Many workers in Saskatchewan are set to benefit from the province's latest minimum wage increase. The minimum pay in the province has risen to $13 an hour, effective Oct.1, 2022.

The Saskatchewan Legislative Building is seen in this file image. (CTV News/Gareth Dillistone)

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Miyo-wîcîwitowin Day at Mosaic Stadium

WATCH: Ahead of the National Day for Truth and Reconciliation, Miyo-wîcîwitowin Day is bringing students together at Mosaic Stadium.

WATCH: Ahead of the National Day for Truth and Reconciliation, Miyo-wîcîwitowin Day is bringing students together at Mosaic Stadium.

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

Tomato Salsa

WATCH: CJ Katz demonstrates a couple of ways to make tomato salsa in this week's edition of the Wheatland Café.

WATCH: CJ Katz demonstrates a couple of ways to make tomato salsa in this week's edition of the Wheatland Café.

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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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Russia withdraws troops after Ukraine encircles key city

After being encircled by Ukrainian forces, Russia pulled troops out Saturday from an eastern Ukrainian city that it had been using as a front-line hub. It was the latest victory for the Ukrainian counteroffensive that has humiliated and angered the Kremlin.

In this handout photo taken from video released by Russian Defense Ministry Press Service, Russian recruiters attend a military training at the Patriot Park outside in Moscow, Russia, Saturday, Oct. 1, 2022. (Russian Defense Ministry Press Service via AP)

Long COVID: What science has learned about the loss of smell and taste

Some five per cent of global COVID-19 survivors have now developed long-lasting taste and smell problems, according to a 2022 study. More than two years into the pandemic, researchers found an estimated 15 million people may still have problems perceiving odours, while 12 million may struggle with taste.