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Agriculture This Week: Mother Nature still in charge

Agriculture This Week: Mother Nature still in charge

Impacts production and prices
‘Historic’ report slams Canadian newsrooms for overwhelming whiteness

‘Historic’ report slams Canadian newsrooms for overwhelming whiteness

The lack of diversity has triggered a reckoning among newsrooms and journalism schools, leading to some measures adopted that have seen an increase of it
Anishinaabe artist outfits Canadian Olympic curlers in Indigenous-inspired uniforms

Anishinaabe artist outfits Canadian Olympic curlers in Indigenous-inspired uniforms

SASKATOON — Canada's curlers will wear both their Canadian pride and a celebration of Indigenous spirit when they compete at the Beijing Games.
Saskatchewan Rural Crime Watch Association elects board of directors

Saskatchewan Rural Crime Watch Association elects board of directors

The Association elected its first Board of Directors to assist local areas with the development and sustainability of local Crime Watch groups.
Student projects tackle waste reduction, sustainability

Student projects tackle waste reduction, sustainability

Food waste reduction app chosen as winning project in USask EcoHack
'We're still here,' Sask. Métis Elder to tell Pope Francis

'We're still here,' Sask. Métis Elder to tell Pope Francis

Elder Norman Fleury is to join the Métis National Council’s delegation to the Vatican to meet with Pope Francis in December.
Design contract awarded for new regional Water Treatment Plant

Design contract awarded for new regional Water Treatment Plant

The contract with Associated Engineering keeps the PARWU on target to award construction contracts in or around March of 2023.
Safety alert: Canada-wide recall for lemonade mix due to 'possible presence of glass'

Safety alert: Canada-wide recall for lemonade mix due to 'possible presence of glass'

A fruit juice mix has also been included in the recall
Specialist team aims to complement government response to growing wildfire threat

Specialist team aims to complement government response to growing wildfire threat

Being a volunteer firefighter drove Adam Hartle to create a wildfire fighting team
After B.C. flooding, billion-dollar questions for Canada

After B.C. flooding, billion-dollar questions for Canada

An atmospheric river dumped a month’s worth of rain on B.C., which led to landslides that destroyed segments of the Trans-Canada and Coquihalla highways