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Farmers concerned carbon pricing could raise their input and output costs

By The Canadian Press, October 5, 2016  Federal carbon pricing plan faces pushback The National Farmers Union says it supports steps to reduce greenhouse gas emissions,...

Henoc Muamba signs with Roughriders

By Glenn Reid, CBC News, October 5, 2016  Highly-coveted Canadian linebacker to make debut Friday night in Ottawa Henoc Muamba is not wasting a second in...

Canada West Men's Hockey Season Preview

By University of Saskatchewan Huskies Staff, huskies.usask.ca, October 6, 2016  NEW WESTMINSTER – For the first time since the fall of 1999, the Saskatchewan Huskies...

Canadian volleyball veteran Gavin Schmitt officially retires from national team

By The Canadian Press, October 5, 2016  Calls qualifying for Rio one of the most emotional moments of his career Canadian men's volleyball star Gavin Schmitt...

Baloney Meter: Will carbon tax really 'siphon' $2.5 billion from Saskatchewan?

By Lee Berthiaume, The Canadian Press, October 6, 2016  Politicians claim Trudeau's carbon-pricing plan will have 'disastrous' effect on the province It seemed to come as...

Rosetown crime reports show break and enters, thefts

  By CBC News, October 5, 2016  Rural crime issue has become heated, some farmers carrying firearms The RCMP have provided the media with crime reports from...

3 semis jackknife on Sask. highways as treacherous conditions continue

By CBC News, October 6, 2016  Snow tapering off after major storm hammers south, central areas of province At least three jackknifed semi-trucks were on Saskatchewan...

Rescuers use pingers in bid to free 'unco-operative' dolphin pod in...

By The Canadian Press, October 6, 2016  LAMEQUE, N.B. -- Rescuers were using sound devices in a bid to encourage a pod of stranded dolphins...

No connectivity: the internet 'blackout zone' that is rural Canada

By Aaron Saltzman, CBC News, October 6, 2016  It might be time for high-speed internet to be considered a utility, says one consumer An Ottawa Valley...

Sask. researchers looking at troubling rise of antibiotic resistance

By CBC News, October 5, 2016  Antimicrobial resistance claims the lives of an estimated 700,000 people each year: WHO There are a lot of people who...
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