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Joe LaPointe and Chief Darcy Bear stand in front of one of the new, all-market homes.
Even though this will be the fifth time Prince Edward, Earl of Wessex, visits Saskatchewan, it is the first time Jason Quilliam is responsible for organizing the event.
After having trouble finding a collaborative workspace, a trio of young entrepreneurs are developing their own in the city's Warehouse District.
The sale of the tallest building in Winnipeg earlier this year is a feel-good story both for the city and the Asper family.
Scruffie, a model pooch on hand to show how the device works, is fitted with a specially-designed oxygen mask by a Saskatoon firefighter.
Swartz slipped out her Lawson Heights home over the noon hour to pick up some family pictures.
A 29-year-old Canora man is facing charges of possessing child pornography and sexual interference following his arrest on Monday.
Prince Edward first toured the province in 1978 with his parents and made individual visits in 1994, 2003 and 2006.
Bethune and her daughter, Kira Neimor, were walking down Gray Avenue in Forest Grove just before 7 a.m. CST when they saw smoke billowing from a stand of trees near Rayner Avenue and 115th Street.
Megan Wolfe, 28, and Josh Melnykm 32, will be married on Wednesday in Edmonton. Wolfe is gravely ill with stomach cancer.
A vacuum truck was lodged under the Idylwyld Drive overpass at Ruth Street just before 1 p.m. CST this afternoon.
It's a chance to see the country's best paddlers in action, including 2008 Olympian canoeist Gabriel Beauchesne-Sevigny.
While the debate goes on whether dogs can go in the back of pickup trucks, some people are asking: What about people? It turns out that police in the province's two biggest cities deal with riders in pickups one way and the RCMP deal with it another way - and that's got Saskatchewan Government Insurance asking questions.
SaskTel and SaskPower crews were busy on 4th Avenue in Regina on Tuesday after a semi-trailer with a high load dragged down a number of wires, a pole and a transformer.
The fire on the 500 block of 23rd St. E. was reported shortly before midnight Monday night, the police said.
A cartoon panel from the book You Might Be from Saskatchewan If.... Volume 2 by Carson Demmans and Jason Sylvestre.
The trio were members of the Bethlehem High School track team and had a practice that Monday night in May. "Well, we were just having a casual talk about the upcoming meet that we were supposed to be in, we were just listening to music, we didn't think that anything was going to happen, obviously.
Updated: Thu Aug 21, 2014 07:24 am
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