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Director of Brotherhood visits: Parallels seen between film’s lake tragedy and Broncos crash

Director of Brotherhood visits: Parallels seen between film’s lake tragedy and Broncos crash

"There's a lesson in this movie, but I think that the community of Humboldt is well aware of it because of the tragedy that it's already endured with a lot of dignity,” said director/writer Richard Bell
Wearing mask to protect against COVID-19 does not affect performance of youth hockey players: USask study

Wearing mask to protect against COVID-19 does not affect performance of youth hockey players: USask study

“COVID spread is very prevalent during ice hockey because of close contact between players, heavy breathing during play, and poor ventilation of arenas.,” - Dr. Phil Chilibeck (PhD)
Sask Polytech officially launches innovative learning program

Sask Polytech officially launches innovative learning program

Sask Polytech will give learners the skills they need to fast-track careers, while giving employers a skilled workforce to power their industries.
Farm accident survivor named a Miracle Child for children's hospital fundraiser

Farm accident survivor named a Miracle Child for children's hospital fundraiser

"I want to teach people about my story," says Torquay's Easton Daae, who was named a Miracle Child for Jim Pattison Children's Hospital Foundation Radiothon
Tower Theatre re-opening soon

Tower Theatre re-opening soon

New ownership upgrading facility
Kamsack doctor awarded 2021 Saskatchewan Order of Merit

Kamsack doctor awarded 2021 Saskatchewan Order of Merit

"The only way to do great work is to love what you do." ~ Steve Jobs
Brick Mill project selected for provincial awards

Brick Mill project selected for provincial awards

Selected for two Lieutenant Governor of Saskatchewan Heritage Award
Mother concerned about daughter's well-being at Pine Grove Correctional Centre for women

Mother concerned about daughter's well-being at Pine Grove Correctional Centre for women

Binesi Ogichidaa said her daughter was being held in segregation, denied phone calls, and allegedly abused by guards to the point that other inmates had started to speak out
Weyburn Co-operative Playschool families visit the 'pumpkin patch'

Weyburn Co-operative Playschool families visit the 'pumpkin patch'

Fun activities like face-painting, games and horse-and-carriage rides were available
Few Canadians fully aware of advancements in ag tech: poll

Few Canadians fully aware of advancements in ag tech: poll

Todd Lewis, president of the Agricultural Producers Association of Saskatchewan, said that doesn't jive with the industry he knows, where farmers were first in line to adopt technologies from plant breeding to autonomous driving.