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Saskatoon club inspires TV series

WATCH: CTV Saskatoon’s Miriam Valdes-Carletti explains how ‘Fast Freddie’s” left its mark on the Prairies.

WATCH: CTV Saskatoon’s Miriam Valdes-Carletti explains how ‘Fast Freddie’s” left its mark on the Prairies.

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New music from Gunner & Smith

WATCH: Alex Brown speaks with Geoff Smith of "Gunner & Smith" about his new single and album.

WATCH: Alex Brown speaks with Geoff Smith of "Gunner & Smith" about his new single and album.

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Indigenous Circle

Indigenous Circle: May 15

WATCH: Nelson Bird brings you this week’s edition of Indigenous Circle.

WATCH: Nelson Bird brings you this week’s edition of Indigenous Circle.

Wheatland Cafe

Baba Ganoush

WATCH: CJ Katz shares her Baba Ganoush recipe for this week’s edition of Wheatland Café.

WATCH: CJ Katz shares her Baba Ganoush recipe for this week’s edition of Wheatland Café.

Crime Stoppers

Crime Stoppers: May 16

WATCH: Here’s this week’s message from Saskatoon Crime Stoppers.

WATCH: Here’s this week’s message from Saskatoon Crime Stoppers.

Political Roundup

Political Roundup

WATCH: Political expert Neil Hibbert joins CTV Saskatoon's Matt Young to break down the Conservative leadership debate.

WATCH: Political expert Neil Hibbert joins CTV Saskatoon's Matt Young to break down the Conservative leadership debate.

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Russia claims to have taken full control of Mariupol

Russia claimed to have captured Mariupol on Friday in what would be its biggest victory yet in its war with Ukraine, following a nearly three-month siege that reduced much of the strategic port city to a smoking ruin, with over 20,000 civilians feared dead.

Decision to ban Huawei and ZTE from 5G wasn't easy, PM Trudeau says

On the heels of news that Canada is banning Huawei Technologies and ZTE from participating in the country’s 5G wireless networks, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau said the decision wasn't easy to make. The prime minister also defended the timing of the decision, saying that while it will be years before all use of products from these Chinese companies will be outlawed, it's happening before the country is even more interconnected by the next-generation telecommunications infrastructure.