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The provincial cabinet has some new faces as Premier Scott Moe filled holes left after Lyle Stewart stepped down earlier this month to focus on his fight with cancer. On Thursday, Moe announced that Wood River MLA David Marit will...
A suspect has been arrested after allegedly attempting to break into a local residence. Shortly after 4 p.m. Wednesday, patrol officers were dispatched to a break-and-enter call at a residence on the 500 Block of Eighth Street East. A resident saw...
The federal government is in consultation with Métis, Inuit and First Nations groups to determine the date for a federal statutory holiday dedicated to residential school students, however the Saskatchewan government isn’t entirely on board. On Thursday, Prime Minister Justin...
The Saskatchewan Co-operative Youth Program, also known as Co-op Camp, celebrates its 90th anniversary this year. The program, which has had over 44,000 participants in the past nine decades, instills leadership, self-confidence and co-op values into kids. Kids also get...
Fourteen people have been arrested and 54 criminal charges laid after a pair of search warrants were served in the midtown area Tuesday morning. The investigation, led by the Prince Albert Integrated Street Enforcement Team (ISET) led to police raids...
The RCMP are looking for a missing 77-year-old Rosthern man. Victor Falk was last seen at his residence at 6:30 p.m. Wednesday and has not been seen since. He is in good physical health but is suffering from a medical...
A woman is in critical condition after a single vehicle collision early Thursday morning. Police, fire and paramedics responded to the corner of Branion Drive and Sixth Avenue East at about 2:52 a.m. where a white sedan struck a light...
Saskatchewan’s Minister of Health says it’s clear Victoria Hospital is not able to meet current needs, but added there’s no clear timeline for building a new one. Rosetown-Elrose MLA Jim Reiter, who took over from former minister Dustin Duncan in...
SGI's newest impaired driving campaign features the tragic story of a local family. Aurora Ledoux (Lepine) was four when she succumbed to health conditions from her emergency c-section birth when her mother was killed by an impaired driver. Her story...
A group tasked with reviewing who can and can’t practise law in Saskatchewan has recommended that non-lawyers are granted limited, additional powers where appropriate. The Legal Services Task Team was appointed to examine whether additional professions, such as licensed paralegals,...

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