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Editorial: No new news of hospital for Yorkton

Editorial: No new news of hospital for Yorkton

Hindley faced questions about temporary bed closures in Kamsack, which he said were unfortunate but necessary because there were staff shortages.
Could dogs boost children’s reading? This UBC researcher says ‘yes’

Could dogs boost children’s reading? This UBC researcher says ‘yes’

The presence of a therapy dog appears to improve reading confidence and stamina among children
Nearly half of Canadians say they spend faster than they earn, survey finds

Nearly half of Canadians say they spend faster than they earn, survey finds

A new survey finds that the overwhelming majority of Canadians say that the average household carries too much debit, while two-in-five do not expect to escape debt in their lifetime.
260,000 members plus 1,400 branches = one shared goal

260,000 members plus 1,400 branches = one shared goal

The Legion is Canada’s foremost Veteran support and community service organization. Join now and help us improve the lives of those who served, support our communities, and remember the Fallen.
Wake me when this federal ‘meh-lection’ campaign is over

Wake me when this federal ‘meh-lection’ campaign is over

Like Seinfeld, this election is a show about nothing
Reset your child's sleep for the new school year. Here's how.

Reset your child's sleep for the new school year. Here's how.

Well, Labour Day weekend has officially begun – and that means parents and children are about to face their first school morning in a long while.
Here are the 10 craziest foods to eat at this year’s PNE

Here are the 10 craziest foods to eat at this year’s PNE

Deep-fried chicken skin, pickle pizza and cheesy ramen corn dogs, anyone?
Bear brouhaha: Can cops and conservation officers take your phone? Yes, says this lawyer

Bear brouhaha: Can cops and conservation officers take your phone? Yes, says this lawyer

But if the consequences of unlocking your phone are not made clear by the officer, any evidence on the phone could be found inadmissible in court, added lawyer Kyla Lee.
Poll finds voters in no mood for a majority federal government

Poll finds voters in no mood for a majority federal government

In just over three months, Canadians will take part in a federal election with a very different landscape than in 2015.