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Semi hits train on Highway 1 near Moose Jaw

Emergency crews in Moose Jaw are currently on the scene of a collision between a semi-trailer and a train.

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Mon Sep 01, 2014

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Fewer than half of Sask First Nations complying with salary disclosure law

The majority of First Nations leaders across Canada have complied with a new federal law ordering them to publicly disclose their salaries, but that's not the case in Saskatchewan.

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Teen charged with arson in Prince Albert, Sask. apartment fire

A teen is facing an arson charge after an investigation into a suspicious fire at a Prince Albert, Sask.

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Break and enter, assault at Saskatoon hotel

Police say six people, four men and two women, reportedly forced their way into a room of the hotel located in the 600-block of Idylwyld Drive North.

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2 escape from early morning fire in Moose Jaw

This is a Google Street View image of the home that was hit by a fire in Moose Jaw early Monday morning.

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Regina woman to launch human rights complaint against barbershop that only serves men

A Regina woman who was denied a haircut at a barbershop for men says she is launching a complaint with the Saskatchewan Human Rights Commission for discrimination.

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Sask contractor laid off Canadians, retained TFWs

A large electrical contractor in Saskatchewan is being investigated by the federal government over allegations it laid off dozens of Canadian electricians while keeping temporary foreign workers on the job.

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Saskatchewan writes letter for couple trying to get adopted son into Canada

The Saskatchewan government has signed a letter that says it does not object to a Saskatoon couple bringing their adopted son home from Pakistan.

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Sun Aug 31, 2014

Lifestyles

Strike-lockout interrupts production at two Saskatchewan uranium facilities

Cameco shut down production at the McArthur River mine and Key Lake mill when the union's strike deadline early Saturday morning approached.

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[News] Next Up returns for fifth year in Sask

Over the next seven months, young leaders in Saskatoon will have a chance to come together as Next Up - an environmental and social justice forum - returns for a fifth year.

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Saskatoon comfort food spot, Mel's Cafe, closes after 14 years

Mylinda Isaac stands next to her restaurant sign just after it was torn down Saturday on Saskatoon's west side.

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Deadly weekend on Saskatchewan highways

A 16-year-old boy is dead after his pickup truck collided with a semi near Milestone Saturday night.

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Two Melfort-area rollovers believed to be alcohol-related

Two serious rollovers that happened hours apart in the Melfort, Sask. area on Friday night are believed to be alcohol-related.

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Childhood friends discover they are brothers

When Ron Cole, a 71-year-old retired cattle farmer from Saskatchewan, Canada, accidentally knocked an envelope full of pictures off a shelf at his home nearly one year ago, only one photo fell out.

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Sask. government reviews distracted driving law

Kevin Boychuk, owner of K3 Excavating, welcomes a review of the province's distracted driving law after one of his company vehicles was impounded this month when an employee was caught using a mobile phone.

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Sat Aug 30, 2014

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Bus routes suspended as school starts

Alcohol is believed to be a factor in two single-vehicle rollovers that Melfort RCMP responded to Friday night.

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Missing Saskatchewan man located in Saskatoon

An Alberta appeal board says the Edmonton Public School Board was unfair in suspending and firing teacher who gave out zeros to his students.

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March for missing and murdered Aboriginal women wraps up

Cree elder Emil Bell is walking 400 kilometres with a petition calling for a national inquiry into missing and murdered aboriginal women.

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One person dead in gravel truck crash near St. Benedict

A two-vehicle crash on Highway 20 near St. Benedict, Sask. involving a gravel truck has left one person dead.

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Going from reserve to recruit a culture shock for some aboriginals: report

The move from small and isolated communities to larger urban centres can be quite jarring for aboriginals who join the Canadian Armed Forces, says a newly released document.

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