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NDP, FN leaders call for follow-through on improving cell services

NDP, FN leaders call for follow-through on improving cell services

First Nation leaders say more cell towers near remote communities were promised in 2010 by Brad Wall and have not appeared
Will Trudeau invoke the Emergency Measures Act?

Will Trudeau invoke the Emergency Measures Act?

The measure is being considered to handle protests across the country
Is support for the Freedom Convoy waning?

Is support for the Freedom Convoy waning?

Results suggest support for the convoy's call to reduce pandemic restrictions in general has dropped
Businesses can ‘absolutely’ discriminate based on vaccine status: MJ lawyer

Businesses can ‘absolutely’ discriminate based on vaccine status: MJ lawyer

Talon Regent is confident that because there is still a pandemic, a judge would agree that it is reasonable for businesses to ask about its customers’ vaccination status
Survey shows 50 per cent in favour of loosening COVID restrictions

Survey shows 50 per cent in favour of loosening COVID restrictions

Those in favour of ending restrictions are much more likely to have positive outlooks for the future while those opposed feel the opposite
Five things to know about COVID protocols in SHA facilities next week

Five things to know about COVID protocols in SHA facilities next week

Proof of vax requirements will be lifting in Sask. Health Authority facilities next week
Sask.-made Constitutional amendment would make history if passed in Senate

Sask.-made Constitutional amendment would make history if passed in Senate

A Saskatchewan-made constitutional amendment that would close a 140-year-old loophole that gives Canadian Pacific Railway (CPR) massive tax exemptions is closer to reality now that the bill is in the Senate.
Free fishing, family time and fun all possible on Family Day weekend

Free fishing, family time and fun all possible on Family Day weekend

Family Day weekend of FREE fishing from February 19th to 21st – you won’t need to buy a fishing license.
Sask. releases first weekly COVID data report

Sask. releases first weekly COVID data report

The new report format includes deeper data than the online dashboard, like pre-existing conditions and emergency department patients
Webinar series on historical Sask. buildings launching in March

Webinar series on historical Sask. buildings launching in March

The webinar series will focus in on unique heritage sites operating within Sask., and how they're benefiting the community.