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Workers’ Compensation Board releases 2021 operating results

Workers’ Compensation Board releases 2021 operating results

Saskatchewan’s workers’ compensation system remains fully funded.

WHL Playoffs: Mikey Milne's hat trick leads Ice to 10-1 rout of Raiders

PRINCE ALBERT, Sask. — Mikey Milne had a hat trick and added an assist to lead the Winnipeg Ice to a 10-1 rout of the Prince Albert Raiders on Tuesday in Western Hockey League playoff action. Winnipeg leads the best-of-seven first-round series 3-0.
Crown drops more covid tickets

Crown drops more covid tickets

The Crown has dropped covid tickets against Maxime Bernier and Tamara Lavoie
FSIN calls for papal visit to Sask. graves

FSIN calls for papal visit to Sask. graves

“The Pope owes every survivor, family and community affected by the Catholic-operated Indian Residential Schools an apology on our own Treaty territory." - FSIN Chief Bobby Cameron
Two more teens charged with second-degree murder in Saskatoon shooting

Two more teens charged with second-degree murder in Saskatoon shooting

SASKATOON — Two more teenage boys have been charged with second-degree murder in the death of 27-year-old Shedane Favel in Saskatoon. The Saskatoon Police Service says a 13-year-old and 15-year-old were both arrested Tuesday.
Surgery backlog a focus of Question Period

Surgery backlog a focus of Question Period

Daily Leg Update: Health Minister Paul Merriman on the hot seat for second day in a row.
Day 8 of search: Hope remains that missing Saskatchewan boy is still alive

Day 8 of search: Hope remains that missing Saskatchewan boy is still alive

RED EARTH CREE NATION — The search for a five-year-old Saskatchewan boy, missing in the province's north for more than a week, is still being treated as a rescue mission.
Maxime Bernier in Sask. court defending Charter rights

Maxime Bernier in Sask. court defending Charter rights

Maxime Bernier and seven others were charged on May 10, 2021, after holding an outdoor protest and fundraiser in support of the Milden Hotel
People 50 or older eligible for fourth dose of COVID-19 vaccine in Saskatchewan

People 50 or older eligible for fourth dose of COVID-19 vaccine in Saskatchewan

REGINA — More people in Saskatchewan will be eligible for a fourth dose of COVID-19 vaccine starting Tuesday. Health Minister Paul Merriman says people 50 years and older will be able to book an appointment through a pharmacy or clinic.
Protection from Human Trafficking Act now in effect

Protection from Human Trafficking Act now in effect

Act puts in place further safeguard for victims and survivors.