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GTH corporate head office up for lease in preparation for private takeover
As part of a significant downsizing, the Global Transportation Hub has put its office space on the market and is planning for a possible move.
Sask. Corrections wants 'drug toilets' to safely seize contraband behind bars
The Ministry of Corrections and Policing is looking to purchase “drug toilets” that can separate drugs from waste once it’s expelled by an offender.
Jail sentence for Sask. man who capped off 7-day meth bender by lighting himself on fire
A man who led Saskatoon police on a multi-hour chase before dousing himself in gasoline and setting himself on fire has received a sentence of two years less a day.
Regina City Council could make decision on changes to zoning bylaw tonight
Regina City Council could be making some big changes to the zoning bylaw Tuesday night.
Sask. announces new social assistance program to replace 2 others
The provincial government has announced a new social assistance plan that will replace the current Saskatchewan Assistance Program (SAP) and Transitional Employment Allowance (TEA) programs. The new plan, Saskatchewan Income Support (SIS), begins accepting clients on July 15.
'It could have killed my baby,' says mother of 4-year-old who accidentally ingested meth
Sask. RCMP officer charged with assault in Wollaston Lake, Sask.
Regina homeowner speaks out against duplexes, 'granny-shacks' new zoning would bring
LGBTQ students at U of S to get specialized housing
'We all have brown skin': Sask. woman says racism between immigrants and Indigenous people must end
Scheer climate plan would encompass more big polluters, require investments as penalty
'It keeps his mind going': Sask. man's homemade instrument brings him back from Alzheimer's
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