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RCMP say three dead after they were called to fiery ATV crash in Saskatchewan

RCMP say three dead after they were called to fiery ATV crash in Saskatchewan

DILLON, Sask. — Three people in northern Saskatchewan are dead after RCMP say they responded to a report that a pair of ATVs collided on a highway. Police say it happened late on Canada Day just outside of Dillon, on Highway 825.
Roughriders rally in second half to blitz Alouettes 41-20

Roughriders rally in second half to blitz Alouettes 41-20

REGINA — What a difference a week made for the Saskatchewan Roughriders.
Gas prices cheaper in the north

Gas prices cheaper in the north

Regina prices are higher than Saskatoon's.
Northern Pikes lead man Jay Semko turns to poetry in new book

Northern Pikes lead man Jay Semko turns to poetry in new book

Best known as lead man of the Northern Pikes, Jay Semko has often performed as a musician in Yorkton.
Court and Crime Catchup: The past week on SASKTODAY.ca

Court and Crime Catchup: The past week on SASKTODAY.ca

Courts deal with varied cases, from murder to COVID challenge
After one-sided loss in Montreal, Riders look to rebound at home against Alouettes

After one-sided loss in Montreal, Riders look to rebound at home against Alouettes

REGINA — Dealing with a nightmare defeat isn’t easy, but Cody Fajardo believes the Saskatchewan Roughriders are up to the task. The Riders, coming off a short week, were trounced 37-13 by the Montreal Alouettes on June 23.
Canada Day festivities a big hit in Regina

Canada Day festivities a big hit in Regina

Wide range of activities and entertainment at Wascana Centre and Government House.
Since 1937, Canadian and American hands join at the border

Since 1937, Canadian and American hands join at the border

This year, for the 85th consecutive year, Canadians and American took part in Hands Across the Border. Many border towns have tried their own version of this but none have lasted. Except for what happens at the Carievale/Sherwood border.
Lawyers challenge COVID lockdown restrictions in Saskatoon court

Lawyers challenge COVID lockdown restrictions in Saskatoon court

Lawyers argued that charter rights were breached when two people were fined for attending a Saskatoon anti-lockdown protest.
Five things to know about this week’s COVID-19 report

Five things to know about this week’s COVID-19 report

The next report will be a three week update in July.