When local news isn't that local. Most Global (Canada) stations will eventually have all their late-night and weekend news produced and broadcasted by the same on-air and behind-the-scenes team from Toronto. I'm guessing they will have an anchor/presenter do one half hour broadcast for each station every hour for five consecutive hours.
Stations in Halifax, Montreal, Winnipeg, Saskatoon, Regina, and Kelowna are the one affected. It could be interesting to see how that will work considering the Saskatoon and Regina stations are in the same time zone and it becomes more complicated when those two share the same time zone as Winnipeg during the winter months since the province of Saskatchewan doesn't observe daylight savings.
Those same six stations have had control room functions and camera movements done from other cities via the Internet since 2008. The planning, scripting, and newsgathering are local but most of the technical work aren't. The evening and night weather for Montreal is done from Toronto and sports for Montreal from Vancouver though.