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Contentious Leg session over as parties get ready to go to polls

Contentious Leg session over as parties get ready to go to polls

Daily Leg Update - Leg session was filled with bickering and mudslinging, not to mention labour strife in education.
Shelly Palmer - Scarlett Johansson goes after OpenAI

Shelly Palmer - Scarlett Johansson goes after OpenAI

Ultimately, the outcome of this case may set precedent for the relatively new field of deepfakes and cloning.
Mayfair and District News: 90-year-old honoured at birthday tea

Mayfair and District News: 90-year-old honoured at birthday tea

Mayfair Spring Sale is on this Saturday.
Battlefords Blend achieves ‘most improved’ goal

Battlefords Blend achieves ‘most improved’ goal

Place fourth in small group category of Mission Possible category at Edmonton.
Property tax notices have been sent by City of North Battleford

Property tax notices have been sent by City of North Battleford

Deadline for payment June 30.
Hanbidge on Horticulture: Butterfly gardens

Hanbidge on Horticulture: Butterfly gardens

Luring interesting creatures to your outdoor space.
Meota and District News: Seniors enjoy a spring get-together

Meota and District News: Seniors enjoy a spring get-together

New house on Second Avenue makes rapid progress.
Five things to watch for in the Canadian business world in the coming week

Five things to watch for in the Canadian business world in the coming week

WestJet Group CEO Alexis von Hoensbroech will give a speech to the Calgary Chamber of Commerce on Wednesday.
Opinion: Our yearly reminder that we are still British North Americans

Opinion: Our yearly reminder that we are still British North Americans

Having a politically weak but symbolically powerful monarch as the head of state within a Westminster-style democracy has proven to be an effective barricade against populist demagogues.
Sask. sees decrease in housing starts despite strong report from CMHC

Sask. sees decrease in housing starts despite strong report from CMHC

Saskatchewan is joined by British Columbia, Manitoba, and Ontario as the only provinces that saw a decrease in the number of housing starts in 2024.