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Ukrainian-focused Facebook group preparing to welcome six new families

Ukrainian-focused Facebook group preparing to welcome six new families

There are more than 800 people on the group page who contribute items and search for supplies. 
Sports This Week: Yang lifts profile of Canadian badminton

Sports This Week: Yang lifts profile of Canadian badminton

The medal was an historic one -- a first in Canadian history in any Super 500 for Men's Singles
Study reveals best songs to start your day

Study reveals best songs to start your day

'HUMBLE.' is the best song to help you wake up and get moving.
Commentary: ‘Micro-breaks’ could break cycle of fatigue, injury

Commentary: ‘Micro-breaks’ could break cycle of fatigue, injury

Taking a minute to rest or stretch every 10 minutes could help manual labourers stay healthy without sacrificing productivity.
Opinion: AI art generators have a place in K-12 classrooms

Opinion: AI art generators have a place in K-12 classrooms

Treating generative AI like a creative collaborator could help students think critically about its ethical implications.
Opinion: Grocery shoppers evolving into dedicated bargain hunters

Opinion: Grocery shoppers evolving into dedicated bargain hunters

Persistent food inflation has turned us into avid grocery discount seekers.
Opening night at the 2024 Montana’s Brier in Regina

Opening night at the 2024 Montana’s Brier in Regina

Much anticipated matchups, plus a performance in the Patch by the Reklaws, highlight Night One at the Brandt Centre.
New home for sports equipment loan program

New home for sports equipment loan program

Project five years in the making.
Blast from the Past: Addition for Cut Knife School approved 50 years ago

Blast from the Past: Addition for Cut Knife School approved 50 years ago

Addition would create space for a music area, home economics room and an industrial arts area.
Sask. women named to Order of Gabriel Dumont

Sask. women named to Order of Gabriel Dumont

Five individuals to be honoured in Saskatoon March 2.