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The Saskatchewan Party has reversed unpopular cuts to library services. The $4.8 million cut from the March provincial budget will be reinstated, the government announced Monday. The decision to eliminate all funding for the Regina and Saskatoon municipal libraries, as well...
Jim Ternier never intended to become a farmer. Instead, the Humboldt native obtained a degree in Mathematics before heading off to live in Europe. He wasn’t sure what direction his life would take upon returning to Canada, so he settled...
Nina Duffield never made the trek from Eastern Europe all the way to the Canadian prairies, but through dancing she’s trying to honour those who did. The 14-year-old Duffield has spent seven years learning and perfecting the art of Ukrainian...
Downtown businesses say a recent decision to raise parking rates across the city places an unfair burden on residents who shop downtown. On Monday, councillors voted to officially approve changes to the city’s operating budget, which include a 25 cents...
For nearly 30 years, Shelley Essaunce and her family have used cloth grocery bags when shopping, cloth gift bags at Christmas, and picked up garbage all over their street. The family efforts come from a desire to preserve the environment...
At the low points in her life, Jorgina Sunn never thought she would be where she is today. From her time in foster homes, to the racism and bullying she experienced at school, to life as a drug addict on...
After their first year in Canada, Prince Albert’s first wave of Syrian refugees are dealing with the transition from federal support – a shift that can mean hundreds in lost income
A suspected drug trafficker under electronic monitoring was arrested in a drug raid on Friday. Kole Marchant, 28 of Prince Albert, was already facing charges for conspiracy to traffic cocaine after a major drug bust in November. He was arrested...
About three hundred of them came, in cars, trucks and chartered busses. They carried the bobbing heads of cabinet ministers, or their likenesses at least – Hargrave, Doherty, Beaudry-Mellor. They plastered the heads with slogans, like “billion dollar bill” and...
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 students attending Catholic schools is unconstitutional. The long-awaited decision, written by Justice D.H. Layh, is the...

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