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Father of Humboldt Broncos bus crash victim worried Sask. is relaxing...

Source: Stephanie Taylor, globalnews.ca, March 31, 2020 Scott Thomas, whose son Evan Thomas was killed in the Humboldt Broncos bus crash is worried drivers may...

$1.5B Keystone XL pipeline agreement has been finalized

Source: Ryan White, calgary. ctvnews.ca, March 31, 2020 The pipeline is expected to garner a net return of at least $30 billion to Alberta taxpayers. CALGARY...

CFL postpones training camps due to COVID-19

Source: Michaela Solomon, saskatoon.ctvnews.com, March 31, 2020 The Riders training camp was scheduled to start on May 17, and the CFL season is scheduled to start...

Truckers are working around the clock during COVID-19 pandemic

Source: Morganne Campbell, globalnews.ca, March 30, 2020 Truck drivers are considered essential workers and are therefore allowed to cross back and forth across the border. Life...

UPDATE: Saskatchewan-wide warrant for high-risk sex offender

Source: Mickey Djuric, globalnews.ca, March 30, 2020 Police say Jason Paul Thorne poses a high risk for sexual offences against young girls. A high-risk sex offender...

30 new COVID-19 cases have been reported in Saskatchewan

Source: Mickey Djuric, globalnews.ca, March 28, 2020 A large number of cases from northern and central Saskatchewan are attributed to a Christopher Lake snowmobile rally...

Injured Humboldt Bronco Ryan Straschnitzki launches lawsuit

Source: Bill Graveland, THE CANADIAN PRESS, globalnews.ca, March 28, 2020 Ryan Straschnitzki is seeking damages from the Humbolt Broncos bus crash which left him paralyzed from...

There is a total of 95 COVID-19 cases across Saskatchewan

Source: Katherine Hill, regina.ctvnews.ca, March 26, 2020 In Saskatchewan, 43 per cent of the cases are female, and 57 per cent are male. REGINA -- Three...

Sask. athlete shares what it was like having COVID-19

Source: Stephanie Taylor, The Canadian Press, saskatoonctvnews.ca, March 26, 2020 Weston says there is a possibility he contracted the virus while in Nashville on a...

Sask. nurses frustrated over lack of protective equipment

Source: Jonathan Guignard, globalnews.ca, March 26, 2020 Premier Scott Moe has said that many supply chains working to meet the demand for more N95 masks. Registered...
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