A Saskatoon singer has become an internet sensation after forgetting the words to the U.S. national anthem on Saturday night.
At the Memorial Cup game between the Portland Winterhawks and the Halifax Mooseheads, Alexis Normand first stumbled on the line, "twilight's last gleaming" replacing it with "twilight's first gleaming."
Normand stumbled her way through the rest of the song, with help from the crowd.
"An incredible thing happened and the crowd in the arena started singing with me and that really encouraged me," she said.
A new video shows police officers in Cleveland arriving on the scene of a home one week ago, where Amanda Berry, Gina DeJesus and Michele Knight were allegedly held in captivity for a decade.
The cell phone video was shot by someone in the neighbourhood.
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Highway 16 east of Radisson is now open after water flooded the highway earlier this week.
About 150 metres of road was covered in water. The eastbound lanes were roughly 10 inches deep. That caused the Ministry of Highways to shut the lanes down except to light traffic. The westbound lanes weren't as bad and traffic was able to continue on the road.
As of Friday morning, the water on the eastbound lanes is sitting at six inches, according to the ministry.
Large trucks and semis were able to get through but other traffic was detoured an extra 88 kilometres.
A Saskatchewan-wide arrest warrant has been issued for a soccer player after a brutal WCP soccer game in Regina.
The Sudan team was playing against Poland in a quarter-final game at the Credit Union EventPlex on April 10.
This was definitely not your average elementary school sing-a-long. As part of Music Monday Canadian Astronaut Chris Hadfield and Ed Robertson of the Barenaked Ladies invited music students from across Canada to sing a song together.
The event for Music Monday featured an original song called ‘Is Somebody Singing’ and was streamed live from the International Space Station and the Ontario Science Centre and into schools coast to coast.
According to 55-year-old Steve Simonar, a mediation session with Saskatoon Police went nowhere.
“Nothing good came of it. The officer still maintains that he did everything right and you know, that’s not entirely wrong,” said Simonar.
Last Thursday, Simonar was pulled over by police during a two-day traffic blitz in the city of Saskatoon. Police flagged him down for not wearing his seatbelt. Because he had no arms, Simonar could not put on his seatbelt. Officers issued him a $175 ticket for the offense.
The Moose Jaw River is up a couple of feet Wednesday morning and is leaving many areas under water.
Water is over the road near the Burger Cabin, the speed skating oval and the campground in Wakamow. Water is also over the banks near the Assiniboine Bridge and the 7th Avenue Bridge leading to Valley View. The Corstorphine Bridge on the eastern edge of the city is under water and can't be used and the river is also touching the bottom of the Deer Ridge Golf Course foot bridge.
Two dogs visiting the University of Regina were wagging away exam stress for dozens of students on Wednesday.
Kevin Chow with the University of Regina Students Union says they decided to offer a 'Puppy Room' as a much needed study break from final exams. The idea started this year at Dalhousie University and quickly spread to other universities across Canada.
“People are stressed and this whole program is designed to help students just to be more relaxed and forget about exams for the few brief minutes that they’re here,” he explained.