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Government ends fall sitting on a “positive” note

Government ends fall sitting on a “positive” note

Daily Leg Update - Sask Party government accuses NDP of spreading “doom and gloom” during final Question Period before Christmas.
Study supports growth of Indigenous, minority journalists in modern media

Study supports growth of Indigenous, minority journalists in modern media

USask-led international research project delves into decolonizing world news coverage.
Five things to know about the Dec. 8 CRISP report

Five things to know about the Dec. 8 CRISP report

Flu cases are outnumbering COVID-19 in the province
Nearly all $500 Affordability Tax Credit cheques have been mailed

Nearly all $500 Affordability Tax Credit cheques have been mailed

Overall cost of Saskatchewan Affordability Tax Credit runs at $450 million
Province brings legislation for on-reserve cannabis regulation

Province brings legislation for on-reserve cannabis regulation

Province also bringing in on reserve bylaw enforcement.
Survey results out for Catalyst Committee

Survey results out for Catalyst Committee

Pool and central library generate most interest; not so much for new events centre and even less for baseball field
Martensville winner $100,000 richer with Extra

Martensville winner $100,000 richer with Extra

David Ebert was enjoying his lunch break when he picked up his Lotto Max tickets.
Regina council votes confidence in City Manager Anderson

Regina council votes confidence in City Manager Anderson

Regina City Hall Update - Council voted 9-0 in favor of resolution in support of City Manager Niki Anderson, who is in a court fight with two other councillors.
Update: Most extreme cold warnings ended, north still affected

Update: Most extreme cold warnings ended, north still affected

Environment Canada says conditions will continue to improve.

David Adaszynski scores pair to lead Hitmen to 4-1 win over Broncos

SWIFT CURRENT, Sask. — David Adaszynski scored twice as Calgary Hitmen topped the Swift Current Broncos 4-1 on Wednesday. London Hoilett and Oliver Tulk also scored for Calgary. Clarke Caswell had the lone goal for Swift Current.
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