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School stories, art, teach kids about organ donation for Humboldt Broncos' Green Shirt Day

School stories, art, teach kids about organ donation for Humboldt Broncos' Green Shirt Day

When Sandra LaRose's 16-year-old daughter decided she wanted her organs donated, she encouraged her mom and step-dad to do the same and put red and white stickers on their Saskatchewan health cards.

Blades top Raiders 6-2 to win first-round series in five games

SASKATOON — Ben Saunderson scored a goal and added an assist as the Saskatoon Blades defeated the Prince Albert Raiders 6-2 on Friday to win the Western Hockey League first-round playoff series in five games.

Saskatchewan teachers to pull volunteer services indefinitely in labour dispute

REGINA — Saskatchewan teachers say they will be withdrawing volunteer services indefinitely after getting nowhere with the province on a draft memorandum of understanding in their ongoing labour dispute.
Students’ access to high school transcripts to go digital 24/7

Students’ access to high school transcripts to go digital 24/7

Goal is to reduce wait times, paper consumption and costs.
Why climate change on the farm means a big bill for Canadian taxpayers

Why climate change on the farm means a big bill for Canadian taxpayers

In Saskatchewan, last year's drought conditions strained crop production, resulting in a year-over-year output decrease of nearly 11 per cent and forcing the provincial government to spend nearly $1.2 billion more than budgeted through its Ministry of Agriculture.
With no deal in sight, teachers announce work to rule

With no deal in sight, teachers announce work to rule

Saskatchewan Teachers’ Federation President Samantha Becotte confirms work to rule will begin Monday.

Saskatchewan RCMP say man found gravely injured hours after call for wellness check

MAIDSTONE, Sask. — Police in Saskatchewan say a man was found gravely injured and died several hours after a call for a wellness check that wasn't done. Maidstone RCMP say they received the request for a wellness check on the man shortly after 7 a.m.
Reaction pours in on the death of Riders’ Jim Hopson

Reaction pours in on the death of Riders’ Jim Hopson

Outpouring from across Saskatchewan on news of death of former Roughriders president Jim Hopson.
Reynolds remembers Jim Hopson for his people skills, positivity

Reynolds remembers Jim Hopson for his people skills, positivity

Saskatchewan Roughriders President and CEO Craig Reynolds shared thoughts with the media Thursday on the passing of the legendary former Riders President and CEO Jim Hopson.
Sask PCs calling for limiting international farmland ownership

Sask PCs calling for limiting international farmland ownership

PC Party wants to see limits to international and out of province investors in farmland ownership.