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Saskatoon's deputy medical health officer is warning that social media and smartphone dating apps could be driving a syphilis outbreak in the city.
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After a whirlwind tour of Saskatchewan that started with a prolonged detention at the Canadian border and ended in a jail cell, Peter LaBarbera, head of the Southern Poverty Law Center designated hate group Americans for the Truth About Homosexuality is back on American soil looking for cash to pay his legal bills.
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Durant, who led the Riders to a Grey Cup victory in Regina last year, has been signed to a new multi-year contract, general manager Brendan Taman said.
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Hudson holds one of the thousands of bottles strangers have donated to fund the boy's wish trip to England.
Weyburn Police Service officers monitored the Pro-Life/Intolerance Free Weyburn protest at Memorial Park and subsequently McKenna Hall on Friday and Saturday.
"This system is going to generate massive revenues," said Terry Boehm, past president of the National Farmers Union.
Scott Collegiate, a high school in Regina's North Central area, was the scene of a bear spraying incident Wednesday, police say.
Health Minister Dustin Duncan says the design of the new Children's Hospital of Saskatchewan is on pause because it might be too small.
He's going back to compete in this year's marathon but told CBC his return will come with some unpleasant memories.
Until about a year ago, she was a relatively obscure actress from Saskatchewan, Canada.
About 50,000 graduates, most from post-secondary schools in Saskatchewan, are currently taking part in the government's tuition rebate program.
The girlfriend of accused murderer Randy O'Hagan said that members of the White Boy Posse threatened to kill O'Hagan unless he killed a former gang member.
On the day that SaskEnergy, the government owned natural gas company, announced its latest profits, officials also said a rate hike was just around the corner.
LaBarbera and Bill Whatcott, a Canadian anti-abortion activist, were taken into custody and charged with mischief, reports the CBC.
A Regina woman, Jessica Dawn Pelletier, 28, was arrested - and later charged - shortly after police found Sefton dead in a home on the 1000 block of Garnet St. in the city's north-central area.
Saskatoon police officers were at the scene, in the 2100 block of 7th Street, for most of the day Tuesday.
Insp. Robert Dean was placed on leave following an investigation by the Public Complaints Commission into concerns raised by a Regina woman.