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Sask. pulls vaccine QR code after potential information glitches reported

Sask. pulls vaccine QR code after potential information glitches reported

The newly released QR codes on Sask. vaccine records are already being pulled from use, after a scanned code displayed information other than the certificate holder's.
Melfort RCMP looking for help to identify man connected to vending machine theft

Melfort RCMP looking for help to identify man connected to vending machine theft

Melfort RCMP are asking for help to identify a man connected to the theft of a vending machine from the Northern Lights Palace's lobby.
Moosomin’s accused killers appear in N.B. court

Moosomin’s accused killers appear in N.B. court

Six people are charged with the murder of 20-year-old Damian Moosomin of North Battleford
Melfort Museum being presented award for exhibit

Melfort Museum being presented award for exhibit

The Award of Merit is for the museum's exhibit on Indigenous peoples and archaeology.
Suspicious death under investigation in Choiceland, one person in custody

Suspicious death under investigation in Choiceland, one person in custody

A 37-year-old woman has been declared deceased
Active COVID-19 cases continue to climb in Humboldt area

Active COVID-19 cases continue to climb in Humboldt area

As of Sept. 24, there are 141 active cases of COVID-19 in the subzone, the highest amount to date.
'Apples, oranges and baseball bats:' Should North Sask.'s federal riding split?

'Apples, oranges and baseball bats:' Should North Sask.'s federal riding split?

Belanger said Vidal's win was fair and square, but he maintains the riding's design means the south can drown out smaller communities in the north and depress turnout.
Reconciliation Nipawin hosting informal Truth and Reconciliation walk

Reconciliation Nipawin hosting informal Truth and Reconciliation walk

The walk will begin at 11:30 a.m. on Sept. 30 at Nipawin’s town square.
Pro-active policing unit will start soon in Prince Albert

Pro-active policing unit will start soon in Prince Albert

The new unit should help drive down calls for service along with reducing crime
Indigenous people overrepresented in remand system, defence lawyer tells N.B. court

Indigenous people overrepresented in remand system, defence lawyer tells N.B. court

Indigenous men and especially women were significantly more likely to spend time in pre-trial detention than non-Indigenous accused