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Editorial: Ukrainian families need help for a new start

Editorial: Ukrainian families need help for a new start

More than 1,500 displaced Ukrainians have arrived in Saskatchewan since the conflict began.
'Never been easier': Tech expert dispels Canada's electric vehicle myths

'Never been easier': Tech expert dispels Canada's electric vehicle myths

Hundreds of new chargers are slated to be installed across Canada and more Canadians are considering EVs than ever before. But why is the adoption rate still so low?
Three projects awarded $86,000 Research Junction grant

Three projects awarded $86,000 Research Junction grant

City-USask projects target Métis history, clean runoff, green rental housing
Research aids cancer treatment and fungal infection prevention

Research aids cancer treatment and fungal infection prevention

Understanding how motor proteins shape our cells.
Canadian parents among least likely to prevent cyberbullying, survey finds

Canadian parents among least likely to prevent cyberbullying, survey finds

Canadian children are being cyberbullied just as much as youth in other countries. But their parents are lacking in taking preventative measures to lower these numbers, according to a new poll.
Half of Canadians in debt and lacking emergency funds, survey finds

Half of Canadians in debt and lacking emergency funds, survey finds

Over half of Canadians who have borrowed money over the past two years have yet to pay it back. A new survey reveals that the majority of young Canadians with debts, don't believe they'll be paying them back anytime soon.
World food crisis prompts rise in child marriages: Canadian aid agencies

World food crisis prompts rise in child marriages: Canadian aid agencies

OTTAWA — The world food crisis, made worse by the war in Ukraine, is leading to a rise in underage girls being forced into marriage, Canadian aid agencies warn.
Documents show draft speech on residential schools edited out blaming Ottawa for abuse

Documents show draft speech on residential schools edited out blaming Ottawa for abuse

Edits contained in the 17 pages of drafts show the words "at the hands of the federal government" were struck out.
Miracle No. 2: Bangsund family welcomes new baby carried by surrogate mother

Miracle No. 2: Bangsund family welcomes new baby carried by surrogate mother

A beautiful story of two families putting their efforts together to bring a baby girl into this world.
Willow Bunch marks important 150+two celebration

Willow Bunch marks important 150+two celebration

“We waited a long time to celebrate our 150th but it was worth it. Every event — from the parade to the spectacular fireworks, car show, entertainment, tractor pull, and delicious meals — was a great success."