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Crime Stoppers: Three on wanted list

Crime Stoppers: Three on wanted list

If your tip leads to an arrest or charge, you may be eligible for a reward of up to $2,000
NDP’s Jagmeet Singh concerned about COVID-19 in Saskatchewan

NDP’s Jagmeet Singh concerned about COVID-19 in Saskatchewan

Singh says the federal NDP are closely monitoring the 'concerning' health care situation in Saskatchewan.
Five things to know about this week's COVID-19 report

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

Remdesivir is now being made available on an outpatient basis.
Update: Red Earth pulls together to search for missing 5-year-old boy

Update: Red Earth pulls together to search for missing 5-year-old boy

Frank Young has been missing since April 19
Sask. to put up Canada's first Treaty boundary signs

Sask. to put up Canada's first Treaty boundary signs

The Saskatchewan Ministry of Highways is coordinating the production and installation of Treaty boundary signs, with a public unveiling and ceremony planned for later in 2022.
Highway Hotline has record-breaking year

Highway Hotline has record-breaking year

The Highway Hotline received nearly 13 million hits over the past year.
Ukrainian family has arrived in Estevan after fleeing country early in the war

Ukrainian family has arrived in Estevan after fleeing country early in the war

The Nedozhdii family – consisting of Volodymyr, his wife Yevheniia, their daughter Karyna and their son Rostyslav – arrived in the community on April 9.
Regina man makes history with $70 million lottery win

Regina man makes history with $70 million lottery win

The $70 million LOTTO MAX jackpot is the largest to be won in Western Canada and is the biggest jackpot ever awarded in Saskatchewan by a $10 million margin.
Snowbirds heading to Comox to train prior to starting 2022 season

Snowbirds heading to Comox to train prior to starting 2022 season

The Canadian Forces’ Snowbirds, 431 Air Demonstration Squadron, head to the Comox Valley from April 19 to May 11 to rehearse their moves over some non-prairie terrain prior to starting their touring season in mid-June.
2021 Injury statistics released by Worker’s Comp

2021 Injury statistics released by Worker’s Comp

WCB reports 90 per cent of Saskatchewan workplaces had zero injuries and zero fatalities last year.