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Peeteetuce uses stories to help Indigenous children learn their culture

Peeteetuce uses stories to help Indigenous children learn their culture

"Life was not easy as an Indigenous child, especially in Saskatoon." - Curtis Peeteetuce
BHP $1.5M gift to STARS brings total support to $6.3M

BHP $1.5M gift to STARS brings total support to $6.3M

Resource company says commitment is to community safety, well-being.
Sask. freezes crown-leased pasture rates for 2023, looks at stock rates

Sask. freezes crown-leased pasture rates for 2023, looks at stock rates

Grazing rates are based on a formula that uses fall cattle prices and long-term stocking rates of each pasture.
As sexual assault rates rise, provinces face shortages of specially trained nurses

As sexual assault rates rise, provinces face shortages of specially trained nurses

ST. JOHN'S, N.L. — As rates of sexual assault climb across Canada, nursing experts say there is a shortage of specially trained forensic nurses to properly care for victims.
Started a side hustle? Seek expert advice to avoid tax season headaches

Started a side hustle? Seek expert advice to avoid tax season headaches

Fletcher Gailey-Snell likes to draw t-rexes and triceratops, hammerhead sharks and belugas. He doesn't particularly enjoy thinking about taxes.
Australia is removing British monarchy from its bank notes

Australia is removing British monarchy from its bank notes

CANBERRA, Australia (AP) — Australia is removing the British monarchy from its bank notes. The nation's central bank said Thursday its new $5 bill would feature an Indigenous design rather than an image of King Charles III.
Curling Canada under fire for limiting eligibility for pregnancy exemptions

Curling Canada under fire for limiting eligibility for pregnancy exemptions

Residency rules. Pregnancy exemptions. Confusion, questions and ire.
Feds caught off guard by Saskatchewan 'unforeseen' request for COVID-19 help

Feds caught off guard by Saskatchewan 'unforeseen' request for COVID-19 help

SASKATOON — Public Safety Canada and the Canadian Armed Forces were caught off guard by a request for help from Saskatchewan during the height of the fourth wave of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Moose and calves relocated out of Midale; mother doesn't survive

Moose and calves relocated out of Midale; mother doesn't survive

Conservation officer provides update on moose in Midale.
Saskatchewan's only volunteer-run cat rescue launches 'Spay-it-Forward'

Saskatchewan's only volunteer-run cat rescue launches 'Spay-it-Forward'

The pilot project is aimed at ensuring everyone, despite income, or circumstance, has the opportunity to offer either their pet or a known neighbourhood stray, the gift of a last litter. 
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