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Court rules public dollars for non-Catholic separate school students unconstitutional

Saskatchewan’s Catholic school divisions are scrambling to figure out the implications of a landmark court decision released Thursday that ruled public funding for non-Catholic...

Barveenok bringing life to Rawlinson stage

The E.A. Rawlinson Centre will be enveloped in a splash of colour this weekend as the 30th annual Barveenok Ukrainian Dance Festival takes the...

Prison beating case goes to trial

A Sask. Pen prisoner will face trial for attempted murder, after he rejected an eight-year plea deal for the vicious beating of a fellow inmate.

Funding cuts under review

Administrators with the Wapiti Regional Library and John M. Cuelenaere Public Libraries are cautiously optimistic about a recent government decision to review the $4.8...

Hoback urges calm after Trump trade comments

Prince Albert MP Randy Hoback says he’s not going to overact to recent comments made by American President Donald Trump on Canada-U.S. trade relations. On...

Dealing with dumping

Employees of the Ministry of Environment teamed up Thursday to make Prince Albert green again. About 40 people gathered at the Highway Two Southbound turnoff...

Seniors speak up

First ever Seniors Advocacy Centre summit a success John Fryters of the Prince Albert Seniors Advocacy Centre is full of fresh new ideas, thanks to...

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Editorial: ‘It’s hypocritical, and it stinks’

Something smells in Regina. Brad Wall’s Saskatchewan Party government is currently in the process of passing Bill 64, which would redirect $33 million of grants...
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