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Photography club gives northern Sask. residents new perspective on life
Amid a suicide crisis, high rates of addictions and mental health issues in northern Saskatchewan, the Pinehouse Photography Club is helping people heal from trauma, one aurora snapshot at a time.
4 flu deaths in Saskatchewan so far this season, province says
According to the Public Health Agency of Canada, 16 people have died across from flu across the country so far this season. A quarter of those deaths were in Saskatchewan, according to the province.
Indigenous advocates calling for fewer restrictions on sharing of wild game
A group calling itself Indigenous Food in the City wants fewer barriers to the sharing of traditional foods, especially wild game, in urban settings.
Judges dismisses Crown's appeal for longer sentence for pedophile
A dangerous offender with a long history of sexual offences against children, including his own, has had his sentence of eight years’ imprisonment upheld, after Saskatchewan’s Court of Appeal dismissed the Crown’s appeal for a longer sentence.
New impaired driving laws could unintentionally criminalize sober drivers
With new impaired driving laws coming into effect, a lawyer provides his take on how changes at the federal level might impact drivers as well.
'I've experienced that fear': Building trust between Indigenous youth, police
Girl, 2, survives 'drastic' surgery to reconstruct her skull
Beer battle brewing between Regina craft brewer and Minhas distillery
Humboldt Broncos crash report could be used in semi driver's criminal case, says lawyer
NDP MLA Cathy Sproule to pursue 'music passions' rather than re-election once term expires
'This is not a small problem': TSB's Fond-du-Lac investigation finds planes often aren't de-iced