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Sask. government commits to mandatory training for semi-trailer drivers
The Saskatchewan government will begin mandatory training for semi-trailer drivers in 2019, according to a memo sent Thursday to the province's driving instructors.
'The healing starts right now': Man from Alaska travels to see Humboldt Broncos memorial before it is removed
A ring of flowers laid in tribute to the Humboldt Broncos will be removed Friday as the ice surface at Elgar Petersen Arena is removed.
Moose Jaw man allegedly rams house with vehicle, robs women at 2 addresses
Police have charged a 29-year-old man after he allegedly rammed his vehicle into a home in Moose Jaw, Sask., broke in, and robbed the woman inside.
Indigenous Relations minister asks bishops to meet with residential school survivors over papal apology
Crown-Indigenous Relations Minister Carolyn Bennett is asking the head of the organization representing Canada's bishops to meet with residential school survivors to discuss Pope Francis's decision not to issue an apology for the institutions.
Oil and gas drilling expected to increase slightly this year in Western Canada
Father of teen killed in Humboldt crash calling on Sask. government to fix 'dangerous' intersections
Gabriel Faucher said Beverly Littlecrow died after falling twice in 4 days at home, court hears
Ombudsman wants video recording changes at correctional facilities after restraint, excessive force complaints
Convicted murderer sentenced as youth sent to Prince Albert penitentiary
Sask. sees spike in Lyme disease cases
Sask. hockey-stick car will compete against world's best after 2nd-place finish at eco-marathon competition