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Education institutions pledge co-operation

Education institutions pledge co-operation

Saskatchewan and India renew post-secondary education MOU.

WHL roundup: Stanick nets hat trick, Raiders whip Wheaties 5-2

PRINCE ALBERT, Sask. — Sloan Stanick scored three power-play goals as the Prince Albert Raiders defeated the visiting Brandon Wheat Kings 5-2 in Western Hockey League action on Saturday at the Art Hauser Centre.
Saskatchewan teachers announce rotating strikes for Tuesday

Saskatchewan teachers announce rotating strikes for Tuesday

REGINA — The Saskatchewan Teachers Federation has announced another day of rotating strikes as the union presses its case in contract negotiations with the provincial government.
Judy Lopez-Paz is excited for her future career as a millwright

Judy Lopez-Paz is excited for her future career as a millwright

Combining precision and passion.
Gary Grewal not seeing re-election

Gary Grewal not seeing re-election

Grewal, MLA for Regina Northeast, was under fire over accusations surrounding Sunrise Motel.
Sask Polytech researchers awarded SHRF Align Grants

Sask Polytech researchers awarded SHRF Align Grants

$60,000 in funding to advance health care and support services.
Get ready for an Alberta Clipper, followed by bitter cold

Get ready for an Alberta Clipper, followed by bitter cold

An intense, fast-moving Alberta clipper system is forecast to develop Sunday night and cross the Prairies on Monday.
Nominations update for February

Nominations update for February

More candidates are in place for this fall’s Saskatchewan provincial election, while several contested nominations are still under way.
Sask. delegation attends energy forum

Sask. delegation attends energy forum

Exploring investment in Houston.
Sask. expects little runoff

Sask. expects little runoff

Long-range forecasts predicting near-normal precipitation but above-normal temperatures now until April.