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The Morning Edition - Sask Secret surveillance at the Saskatoon jail Jul 14, 2014 | 6:11Last week, officials at the Saskatoon jail admitted they had installed a listening device in a staff area. CBC's Dan Zakreski explains why the bugs bug lawyers.
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The Morning Edition - Sask Why sleeping pills can be harmful to seniors Jul 10, 2014 | 6:53About one in five seniors in Canada take sleeping pills. The Morning Edition's medical columnist, Dr. Peter Lin, explains why they can be harmful to seniors and how doctors can help patients quit.
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The Morning Edition - Sask Regina summer camp gets inner city kids onto skateboards Jul 10, 2014 | 5:34A new summer camp is providing kids with a cool way to stay our of trouble. It's a skateboard camp for inner city kids. The Morning Edition's Roxanna Woloshyn got their story.
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Saskatoon Morning Bringing tackle football to the Middle East Jul 10, 2014 | 6:26Football is a foreign concept in much of the Middle East. But Kuwait is currently playing host to the Under 19 World Championships, and Canada's team is there. We hear about the experience from one of the coaches, Saskatoon's Brian Guebert.
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The Morning Edition - Sask Livelong, Sask. creates its own post office Jul 9, 2014 | 7:34Recently Canada Post planned to take away the post office in Livelong, Sask. after its current home was condemned. So people in the hamlet decided to rally together and build one themselves.
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Saskatoon Morning Germany fans rejoice in Saskatoon Jul 9, 2014 | 8:59CBC's Peter Mills joined the rabid World Cup fans in downtown Saskatoon. It was a spectacle no Germany or Brazil fan will ever forget.
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The Morning Edition - Sask Wilderness trek turned into a play at the Regina Fringe Festival Jul 9, 2014 | 6:43Kevin Kennedy has an amazing story of camping alone in the wilderness for three weeks with a broken arm. He's now telling that story through a one-man play at the Regina Fringe Festival.
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The Morning Edition - Sask Wilderness trek turned into a play at the Regina Fringe Festival Jul 9, 2014 | 6:43Kevin Kennedy has an amazing story of camping alone in the wilderness for three weeks with a broken arm. He's now telling that story through a one-man play at the Regina Fringe Festival.
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