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The latest recipient of funds from the monthly Winesday fundraiser is appreciative of the help. The event, which features a three-course meal with paired wines, raises funds for various community charities, which are then matched by Scotiabank. Funds are raised...

Goats get loose

Bianca Bharti, Daily Herald Goats were seen roaming the streets near downtown on Wednesday, leaving some residents confused. Norman Pfeil, owner of The Welding Shop, borrowed five goats on Aug. 23 from a customer to help clean up his compound that...
The Federal Court of Appeal’s decision to quash approvals for the Trans Mountain Pipeline is a blow to Saskatchewan’s economy, Premier Scott Moe said. In a unanimous decision released Thursday, the panel of three judges said the National Energy Board’s...
While Monday’s quarterly budget update shows some growth among key economic indicators, the leader of the province’s official opposition is concerned about some of the other results included in the report. The budget update showed a lower-than-expected forecasted deficit, mostly...
Province says Ottawa's OK is not necessary Environment Minister Dustin Duncan said Saskatchewan will not be seeking the federal government’s approval of its climate change plan. The federal government has said provinces that do not have an approved carbon tax...
The province’s industrial sector has a better idea of what Saskatchewan’s climate change plan will look like, how much emissions they can have and what the penalties might look like. Minister of Environment Dustin Duncan unveiled the emissions regulation regime...
Announcement walks back prior comments that school boards would be asked to cover portion of increase The province’s decision to fund all of teachers’ salaries is a relief for Ryan Meili, but don’t expect the Saskatchewan NDP leader to jump...
The Government of Canada says it has approved a device that is able to detect whether someone has consumed marijuana or cocaine before driving. The Drager DrugTest collection kit and reader is already in use in the United States. Unlike...
Sharla Faul knows how expensive it can be to buy kid’s clothes. The Prince Albert mother was tired of having to go all the way to Saskatoon to get second-hand kids’ clothing. So she decided to do something about...
If you’ve ever wanted to try your luck at casino table games without risking your paycheque, an upcoming Chamber of Commerce event has you covered. The chamber is holding its inaugural mock casino night on Sept. 14, and it will...

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