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A Saskatoon musician is hoping to strike a chord with people during the pandemic. As Nicole Di Donato tells us, the porch poet of sorts has some musical offerings for his wife and anyone who passes by in hopes of spreading love through music. 

The biggest message we've been hearing from health officials in our fight against COVID-19 is to wash our hands and avoid touching our faces. Some are choosing to wear gloves but even then, people need to cautious. We sent our Nicole Di Donato to find out just how quickly germs can spread. 

The hotel industry has taken a huge hit as a result of more people staying home and travel restrictions in place to limit the spread of COVID-19. But some local hotels are finding ways to support the community and offer people in need a place to stay. Nicole Di Donato reports live.

As people spend more time at home, some are looking to clear out their closets, while others are looking to make some extra income. That has many turning to buy and sell websites to sell things, and with that comes advice to take  extra precautions to stay healthy. CTV’s Nicole Di Donato has more. 

As restaurants move to abide by the new restrictions put into place over the pandemic, some are finding creative ways to stay open. CTV's Nicole Di Donato has more on what one local cafe is serving up. 

The cancellation of the Junos is forcing many local businesses to change their plans. Everything from caterers and florists to beauty services were all set for the big event. While it's unknown exactly how much the cancellation will cost the local economy, business owners and Tourism Saskatoon would like the community to come together. Nicole Di Donato reports live. 

As more cases of COVID-19 are confirmed around the world, health authorities in Saskatchewan say it’s top of mind and that people are being screened for the illness. Nicole Di Donato reports live. 

A man was mauled by two large dogs late Friday night in the Riversdale neighbourhood. CTV’s Nicole Di Donato spoke to a witness who saw the traumatizing attack and a warning, some of the images in this story are graphic. 

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Dr. Roberta Bondar returned home to the Soo to help celebrate a major milestone for the Bushplane Museum. As CTV's Nicole Di Donato tells us, Bondar met with local residents and gave a visual presentation on space and flight. 

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