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Court dismisses Saskatchewan restaurant's case against COVID-19 health orders

Court dismisses Saskatchewan restaurant's case against COVID-19 health orders

NIPAWIN, Sask.

Saskatchewan Roughriders sign Canadian linebacker Tommy Bringi

REGINA — The Saskatchewan Roughriders signed Canadian linebacker Tommy Bringi on Friday. The five-foot-11, 229-pound Bringi appeared in 12 games last season, registering a tackle and six special-teams tackled.
Update: Soaring Eagle Whitstone gets life in Tiki Laverdiere's murder

Update: Soaring Eagle Whitstone gets life in Tiki Laverdiere's murder

There is a ban on the publication of all preliminary hearings, trials, and sentencing hearings until the trials of all the co-accused are concluded.
Judge orders temporary ban on Quewezance sisters' hearing

Judge orders temporary ban on Quewezance sisters' hearing

"I would like to have media there for everybody to know,” said Odelia Quewezance. “Me and my sister were wrongfully convicted, spent 30 years of our lives in prison. Even animals don’t get locked up like that.”
Saskatchewan government deciding what to do with new revenue from carbon pricing

Saskatchewan government deciding what to do with new revenue from carbon pricing

REGINA — Saskatchewan is to soon gain control of the carbon pricing charge that shows up on residents' power bills. However,Premier Scott Moe and his Saskatchewan Party government are still mulling over how that new revenue should be spent.
Health minister to Philippines on recruiting mission

Health minister to Philippines on recruiting mission

Daily Leg Update - Paul Merriman leaves for Philippines Nov. 24 for mission to recruit health care professionals.
Western Max $1 Million win claimed in Saskatoon

Western Max $1 Million win claimed in Saskatoon

The couple scanned their ticket a total of six times, but that still wasn’t enough for their win to sink in.
More than 5,000 speeding tickets issued in October

More than 5,000 speeding tickets issued in October

Burning rubber, burning money.
Proposed changes to municipal elections met with mixed reactions

Proposed changes to municipal elections met with mixed reactions

The amended law will also make it easier to set up polling places in hospitals and personal care homes, and will require all municipalities to hold at least one advance poll.
Journalist association slams Sask. attempt to 'muzzle' Saulteaux sisters

Journalist association slams Sask. attempt to 'muzzle' Saulteaux sisters

The Canadian Association of Journalists supports CBC and APTN fighting the publication ban that would prevent media from reporting on evidence at the hearing for sisters Nerissa and Odelia Quewezance. The Crown is also seeking to have the records sealed.
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