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Creativity needed to face challenges of getting outdoors during first COVID-19 winter, planner says
Going for walks and gardening were just some of the popular outdoor activities during this COVID-19 spring and summer, but with fall having officially kicked off on Tuesday, spending time outside will be less comfortable than in plus twenty.
Sask. NDP promises party fundraising changes that would eliminate corporate and union donations
Saskatchewan NDP Leader Ryan Meili vowed Wednesday that if elected, his party will eliminate corporate and union donations, and cap individual donations.
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'This is my passion,' says man who's been running Dungeons & Dragons campaign for over 38 years
A London, Ont., man who has been playing the same game of Dungeons & Dragons for more than 38 years says he has no intentions of ever stopping.
Sask. farmer sees teaching opportunity after news feature on diversity omits that he's gay
Saskatchewan farmer Stuart Chutter felt disappointed when he saw the published version of a story about diversity at his farm, which omitted any reference to the fact he's gay.
Métis Nation-Saskatchewan files statement of claim over provincial duty to consult
The Métis Nation-Saskatchewan is looking to the courts to settle its disputes with the 2010 First Nation Métis Consultation Policy Framework.
COVID-19 in Sask: 6 new cases, 19 recoveries announced Wednesday
Liberals promise to extend emergency COVID-19 supports, build national child-care program in throne speech
Métis Nation-Saskatchewan president faces resignation calls over COVID-19 issues
Noted wildlife ecologist questions whether Moose Jaw, Sask., cougar should have been killed
Mask use again discussed at Sask. daily COVID-19 update
SaskTel to spend another $72M on rural cell towers
Seniors alarmed by daily rush of teens at Market Mall food court over noon hour
Parents, epidemiologists unsurprised by COVID cases in Sask. schools
We looked at every confirmed COVID-19 case in Canada. Here's what we found
Sask. police visiting recent travellers to check compliance with mandatory self-isolation
Documentarian with Sask. roots works to reclaim myth of John Ware, the Black Prairie cowboy
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