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Riders Gearing Up for Training Camp in Saskatoon

Riders Gearing Up for Training Camp in Saskatoon

Apr 9, 2024 | 2:59pm
The snow is pretty much gone, spring is in the air, and Rider Training Camp is opening next month. It all starts with the rookies reporting on May 6th to the Riders camp at Griffiths Stadium at the University of Saskatchewan, in Saskatoon. First time Roughriders will then be put through their paces May 8th […]
Saskatoon doctor accused of making abortion comments facing disciplinary charges

Saskatoon doctor accused of making abortion comments facing disciplinary charges

Apr 5, 2024 | 7:46am
A Saskatoon doctor is facing disciplinary charges over accusations he told a patient not to get an abortion for religious reasons.  The comments Dr. Terence Davids made last year caused the patient to feel anxious and uncomfortable, says a College of Physicians and Surgeons of Saskatchewan charge document. It says Davids told the patient, “I hope you […]
Home sales resilient despite facing inventory challenges

Home sales resilient despite facing inventory challenges

Apr 4, 2024 | 10:34am
Saskatchewan’s real estate market demonstrated resilience in March despite facing ongoing inventory challenges, according to numbers from the Saskatchewan Realtors Association. With 1,183 sales reported, the province experienced a slight 2 percent year-over-year decline but remained nearly 6 percent above the 10-year average. The Regina-Moose Mountain, Saskatoon-Biggar, and Swift Current-Moose Jaw regions spearheaded the strong […]
SHA adds over 156 full-time staff in Regina and Saskatoon

SHA adds over 156 full-time staff in Regina and Saskatoon

Mar 23, 2024 | 9:33am
The Saskatchewan Health Authority (SHA) says it has bolstered its workforce by more than 156 Full Time Equivalent (FTE) staff in Regina and Saskatoon. The positions come as the SHA is intensifying efforts to enhance patient outcomes and alleviate capacity strains in Saskatoon and Regina through the continued execution of the Saskatoon and Regina Capacity […]
Basketball, music festival hang in balance in teacher labour dispute

Basketball, music festival hang in balance in teacher labour dispute

Mar 19, 2024 | 7:42am
The escalating labour dispute between teachers and the Sask Party Government has left a provincial basketball tournament hanging in the balance, with some students saying it’s frustrating the adults can’t play well together. The Saskatchewan Teachers’ Federation is planning a one-day provincewide walkout Wednesday — the same day the government is to introduce its 2024 budget. Teachers […]
Drever gets last chance to add hardware at U Sports women’s hockey nationals

Drever gets last chance to add hardware at U Sports women’s hockey nationals

Mar 14, 2024 | 9:20am
Camryn Drever has one last shot at adding to her collection of hardware on the U Sports level. The 23-year-old fifth-year netminder will suit up for her final games with the host Saskatchewan Huskies at the U Sports women’s hockey championship tournament, which runs at Merlis Belsher Place. The eight-team competition starts Thursday with a quarterfinal between […]
Ravens edge Huskies 70-67 to defend U Sports women’s basketball title

Ravens edge Huskies 70-67 to defend U Sports women’s basketball title

Mar 11, 2024 | 2:03pm
Protecting a three-point lead with one possession left in the U Sports women’s basketball title game, Carleton Ravens coach Dani Sinclair had a simple message for her team. Do not allow any of the five Saskatchewan Huskies on the floor an easy three-point shot. Her team responded. The ball got into the hands of Husky Logan Reider, […]
Sales up, Inventory Down in snapshot of house sales in Saskatchewan

Sales up, Inventory Down in snapshot of house sales in Saskatchewan

Mar 6, 2024 | 11:50am
999 homes were sold in Saskatchewan in February, according to numbers released by the Saskatchewan Realtors Association. Reduced inventory has been part of what is fuelling a 10 thousand dollar increase the average sale price. Overall sales were up 24 percent compared to the 10 year average, while inventory declined by 17 percent. “Despite inventory […]
Weekend Winter Wallop Invites Below Seasonal Temperatures into Work Week

Weekend Winter Wallop Invites Below Seasonal Temperatures into Work Week

Mar 4, 2024 | 6:27am
Weather Forecast Temperature Chance Precip Today Partly sunny – blowing and drifting snow   Wind:  W 25-50 km/h slowly diminish High: -15° 20% Tonight Partly cloudy   Wind:  W-NW 10-20 km/h Low: -27° 20% Tuesday Mostly cloudy   Wind:  E-SE 10-20 km/h High: -16° 20% Tuesday night Mostly cloudy   Wind:  E-SE 10-20 km/h Low: […]
Saskatchewan inquest to hear details from officers who took killer into custody

Saskatchewan inquest to hear details from officers who took killer into custody

Feb 28, 2024 | 9:58am
A Saskatchewan coroner’s inquest is expected to hear more from officers and paramedics who responded as a mass killer was taken into police custody.  Myles Sanderson had been on the run for several days when police caught up to him on Sept. 7, 2022. Jurors were shown video from RCMP dashboard cameras of a high-speed police pursuit […]