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$45 M allocated to municipal infrastructure

$45 M allocated to municipal infrastructure

Cleaner environment key factor in upgrades.
Sextortion scams targeting youth on the rise: RCMP

Sextortion scams targeting youth on the rise: RCMP

Financially motivated threats to teenagers evolving through social media.
New Media Communications certificate opens new worlds

New Media Communications certificate opens new worlds

Sask Polytech alumnus looks through the lens of success.
USask’s VIDO joins DIANA innovation accelerator

USask’s VIDO joins DIANA innovation accelerator

NATO project supported by 32 countries.
Talk of accountability framework raises hopes in STF dispute

Talk of accountability framework raises hopes in STF dispute

Minister Jeremy Cockrill extends olive branch to STF with ‘accountability framework.’
Bugs, eggs, and chicks to see at Royal Saskatchewan Museum

Bugs, eggs, and chicks to see at Royal Saskatchewan Museum

Plenty to see this Easter break at RSM in Regina with a couple of interesting new displays happening
Bird tracking network receives $3.1-million boost

Bird tracking network receives $3.1-million boost

Transcontinental project led by USask researchers.
Weight restrictions on secondary highways begin this week

Weight restrictions on secondary highways begin this week

Spring road bans effective March 25.
CTF says election delay could trigger millions in MP pensions

CTF says election delay could trigger millions in MP pensions

“If politicians don’t want to look shady, then they should stop doing shady stuff like this.” - CTF
Saskatchewan’s education standoff continues

Saskatchewan’s education standoff continues

Both sides are entrenched in their positions.