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Minimum wage goes up Oct. 1

Minimum wage goes up Oct. 1

$11.81 per hour will be the new minimum wage
FSIN, Sask. gov’t sign first-in-Canada online gaming agreement with SIGA

FSIN, Sask. gov’t sign first-in-Canada online gaming agreement with SIGA

The approved amendment will allow SIGA to build and operate an online platform to compliment its casino gaming, including the option of sports betting
Old hotel comes down on Broadway Street

Old hotel comes down on Broadway Street

The lot, once empty will be up for sale to develop
USask researchers awarded more than $4.45 million for six health-related projects

USask researchers awarded more than $4.45 million for six health-related projects

The Northern Village of Pinehouse is the location of a healing centre that will partner in research
Saskatoon police seek missing 46-year-old man

Saskatoon police seek missing 46-year-old man

Shawn Wiebe is described as being 6'3" and 150 lbs with short brown hair and blue eyes
Deputy Chief: Important to keep missing persons’ memories alive

Deputy Chief: Important to keep missing persons’ memories alive

There are 133 reported missing persons in Saskatchewan
Crime Stoppers weekly list of wanted  individuals

Crime Stoppers weekly list of wanted individuals

Call 1-800-222-8477(TIPS) to leave an anonymous tip.
Teens face multiple charges after firearm discharged into Saskatoon residence

Teens face multiple charges after firearm discharged into Saskatoon residence

Suspects had ammunition, sawed-off rifle
Election results show time is ripe to push Liberals on climate

Election results show time is ripe to push Liberals on climate

“Canadians clearly want progressive policies on climate, and they need a government that's going to collaborate."
Brick Mill site of Culture Days events Saturday

Brick Mill site of Culture Days events Saturday

Start of a month long series of events in the city