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Disappointment, frustration as Saskatoon public moves ahead with cuts
Trustees around the table at the Saskatoon Public School Division's board meeting on Tuesday say they were disappointed with the provincial government's approach towards education funding.
National billboard campaign honours missing and murdered Indigenous women
Over the course of the week, Indigenous artists' work dedicated to raising awareness of missing and murdered Indigenous women and girls is going up on billboards in cities across Canada.
Majority of residents say Sask. is becoming more welcoming to LGBTQ community: poll
In a poll conducted by the University of Saskatchewan for the CBC, 78 per cent of 400 respondents said that they either somewhat or strongly agreed that Saskatchewan has become more welcoming to the LGBTQ2+ community in the last five years.
As more e-bikes hit Saskatoon's trails, city administration taking 'close look' at regulations
Electric bikes, better known as e-bikes, are becoming more popular in Saskatoon, but officials with the Meewasin Valley Authority say the faster, motorized vehicles may present challenges for others using the trail.
'Stop posing as scientists' researchers plead after Sask. conservation officer's fishing sting
Researchers want conservation officers to stop posing as scientists in their efforts to catch poachers.
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Jail sentence for Sask. man who capped off 7-day meth bender by lighting himself on fire
Sask. Corrections wants 'drug toilets' to safely seize contraband behind bars
Saskatoon lawyer suspended 30 days for professional misconduct
Queer 101: Pronouns, gender, and and how to use that acronym
Seeking savings: Saskatoon city committee directs admin to find ways to reduce tax increases
LGBTQ students at U of S to get specialized housing
Sask. announces new social assistance program to replace 2 others
New deal bringing ride-hailing to Saskatoon airport could be first of several
'It could have killed my baby,' says mother of 4-year-old who accidentally ingested meth
Scheer climate plan would encompass more big polluters, require investments as penalty
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