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Opposition joins call for Sask. to compensate victims of Sixties Scoop
The Opposition is joining the call for Saskatchewan to compensate victims of the Sixties Scoop.
NDP questions Brad Wall's continued private email use
The Opposition wants to know why Saskatchewan Premier Brad Wall is still using a private email server to do government business after saying he would stop.
Healthy Halloween: Regina parents encouraged to trade candy for rec passes
In some Canadian cities, parents are being encouraged to hand out passes for skating or skiing instead of candy.
Jury must decide whether U of R swimming pool was unsafe in Paralympian lawsuit
A jury in Saskatchewan is being asked to decide whether an injury that left a Paralympian a quadriplegic was a tragic accident or because of an unsafe pool.
Paralympian suing U of R tells court about challenges after accident left her a quadriplegic
A Paralympian says doing simple things like recovering from a scratch and making a bed have become immensely more difficult since an accident left her a quadriplegic.
Nature Conservancy finds endangered greater sage grouse on Sask. property
Biologists have made a discovery on a swath of native grassland in southwest Saskatchewan that they are calling exciting, but are also hesitant to talk about.
Saskatchewan will battle Alberta's appeal on beer tax rebates
The Saskatchewan government says it will vigorously defend Canadian interests in an appeal involving a beer tax in Alberta.
Sask. finance minister says budget update needed before leadership decision
Saskatchewan Finance Minister Kevin Doherty says he wants to present a budget update before he announces whether he'll jump into the race to replace Premier Brad Wall.
Sask. reserve to get clean drinking water after more than 5 years
Indigenous Affairs Minister Carolyn Bennett announced $9.2 million to replace the water treatment system on the White Bear First Nation, southeast of Regina.
Funeral industry says Saskatchewan funding for poor people still confusing
The president of the Funeral Service Association of Canada says Saskatchewan needs to clear up confusion about how the industry will be compensated for funerals for poor people.
Regina woman files human rights complaint, alleges discrimination after STC closure
An Indigenous woman in Regina is warning the Saskatchewan government that people are going to die because of a decision to shut down the provincial bus service.
La Loche shooter asked for gift to mark anniversary of shooting that killed 4
A teen gunman who killed four people in northern Saskatchewan wanted a gift to mark the one-year anniversary of the shooting.
Victim wants adult sentence for school shooter who killed 4, wounded 7
The last time Charlene Klyne was in the same room as the teenager convicted in a deadly school shooting in Saskatchewan, he opened fire and shot her in the face.
La Loche school shooting victim says she's discouraged by lack of help
Substitute teacher Charlene Klyne lost all vision in her left eye, can only see dark shadows in her right eye, and has numerous pellets lodged in 13 different spots from her jaw to her chest. She's been told it's too risky to have surgery to remove the pellets.
Saskatchewan move to cut funeral service for poor is dehumanizing: advocate
Tyler Gray, who works at Carmichael Outreach, said when Robert died, his family, friends from the street and Carmichael staff got a chance to speak at his funeral, to say goodbye and to be heard about how the loss affected them.