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  1. Four junior stars taking notes at Riders campRead the original story w/Photo

    3 hrs ago | Star Phoenix

    Finding the right businesses and entrepreneurs to partner with is always a challenge for any firm. That's why Paul Biglin is attending the Aboriginal Business Match Prairies event being held in ... The tourism industry brings in about $550 million annually to the Saskatoon economy, says Tourism Saskatoon president and CEO Todd Brandt.

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  2. Preview: A good alpaca shearer is hard to findRead the original story w/Photo

    3 hrs ago | Star Phoenix

    Finding the right businesses and entrepreneurs to partner with is always a challenge for any firm. That's why Paul Biglin is attending the Aboriginal Business Match Prairies event being held in ... The tourism industry brings in about $550 million annually to the Saskatoon economy, says Tourism Saskatoon president and CEO Todd Brandt.

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  3. "Nathaniel is the best of the best"Read the original story w/Photo

    4 hrs ago | Lethbridge Herald

    ... Equipment Technician apprenticeship program, won a gold medal Sunday in the Skills Canada National Competition in Saskatoon, in the category of Heavy Equipment Service. "Nathaniel is the best of the best," said Frank Lehniger, who has been a Heavy ...

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  4. Saskatoon experiences driest May on recordRead the original story w/Photo

    5 hrs ago | Star Phoenix

    Finding the right businesses and entrepreneurs to partner with is always a challenge for any firm. That's why Paul Biglin is attending the Aboriginal Business Match Prairies event being held in ... The tourism industry brings in about $550 million annually to the Saskatoon economy, says Tourism Saskatoon president and CEO Todd Brandt.

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  5. Saskatoon plunges on list of best places to liveRead the original story w/Photo

    5 hrs ago | Star Phoenix

    Finding the right businesses and entrepreneurs to partner with is always a challenge for any firm. That's why Paul Biglin is attending the Aboriginal Business Match Prairies event being held in ... The tourism industry brings in about $550 million annually to the Saskatoon economy, says Tourism Saskatoon president and CEO Todd Brandt.

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  6. Partnerships struck at Aboriginal Business Match gatheringRead the original story w/Photo

    5 hrs ago | Star Phoenix

    Finding the right businesses and entrepreneurs to partner with is always a challenge for any firm. That's why Paul Biglin is attending the Aboriginal Business Match Prairies event being held in ... The tourism industry brings in about $550 million annually to the Saskatoon economy, says Tourism Saskatoon president and CEO Todd Brandt.

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  7. Saskatchewan's dry conditions come with challengesRead the original story w/Photo

    5 hrs ago | GlobalNews

    Last month was the driest May on record in Saskatoon, 0.4 millimetres of rain fell in total. This means Mother Nature hasn't been helping in the watering department unlike past years and it's starting to show.

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  8. Band program will continue: Sask. school division documentRead the original story w/Photo

    5 hrs ago | CBC News

    The Prairie Spirit School Division's eastern school bands performed Monday to a huge crowd in Saskatoon. The Prairie Spirit School Division is reversing its recent decision to cut the band program due to a budget shortfall of $7.1 million.

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  9. Piano program thrivingRead the original story

    5 hrs ago | Times-Herald

    ... South School Division all supported the program this year. The Heart of the City piano program began in 1995 in Saskatoon and expanded to Moose Jaw, Regina and Prince Albert in 1999. It has now further expanded to nine cities including four in ...

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  10. Saskatoon joins Paris in removing 'love locks'Read the original story w/Photo

    7 hrs ago | GlobalNews

    As officials in Paris start removing 45 tons of so-called "love locks," Saskatoon is undergoing a crackdown of its own. For a while now, couples in the Saskatchewan city have been attaching padlocks signifying their eternal love to the staircase leading to the CPR train bridge by the weir.

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  11. 'Pizza farm' connects students to Saskatchewan agricultureRead the original story w/Photo

    8 hrs ago | GlobalNews

    ... Saskatchewan where it is such an important part of our economy and our history." This week, Grade 3 students from Saskatoon, Allan, Vanscoy and Mosquito First Nation are taking part in Agriculture in the Classroom's "pizza farm." The field trip ...

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  12. SaskEnergy proposes changes to lower gas billsRead the original story w/Photo

    8 hrs ago | Star Phoenix

    In the face of escalating police budgets and requests for more officers, one city councillor is calling for a wholesale review of Saskatoon's police operations. The tourism industry brings in about $550 million annually to the Saskatoon economy, says Tourism Saskatoon president and CEO Todd Brandt.

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  13. Northern Saskatchewan man found unresponsive in RCMP custody diesRead the original story w/Photo

    9 hrs ago | GlobalNews

    Saskatoon police are investigating an in-custody death after a man was found unresponsive in a RCMP cell area in La Ronge, Sask. Mounties say the 43-year-old was found around midnight on May 31. He was taken to the local hospital and then transferred to a Saskatoon hospital.

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  14. Regina, Saskatoon fall on 'best places to live' listRead the original story w/Photo

    9 hrs ago | GlobalNews

    ... Monday, measuring the quality of life in dozens of cities across the country. In 2014, Regina came in ninth while Saskatoon placed 13th - but this year, both cities fell well beyond the top ten at 44th and 51st, respectively. Cities were ranked on ...

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  15. 'To forgive, you heal the wound': Truth and Rec ceremony draws hundreds in SaskatoonRead the original story w/Photo

    11 hrs ago | Star Phoenix

    While thousands of people travelled to Ottawa for Tuesday's Truth and Reconciliation ceremonies, hundreds more gathered to celebrate, honour and reflect in Saskatoon. "To forget, you only heal the scar.

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  16. Off-leash still allowed at Whitecap Park: cityRead the original story w/Photo

    11 hrs ago | Star Phoenix

    Despite reports to the contrary, City of Saskatoon officials say it will be "business as usual" at the popular off-leash park for the time being. While not on the official list of off-leash recreation areas in the city, the 392-acre piece of land located on the South Saskatchewan River south of Saskatoon has existed for years as a de facto off-leash dog park.

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  17. Man suffers life-threatening injuries in Saskatoon parking lot shootingRead the original story w/Photo

    11 hrs ago | Star Phoenix

    ... first glance, but this North Carolina house has just been placed on the National Register of Historic Places as... Saskatoon police responded June 2, 2015 over the noon hour to a bloody scene in a parking lot on 22nd Street West near Avenue F, where ...

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  18. For each missing and murdered indigenous woman, a church bell tollsRead the original story w/Photo

    12 hrs ago | MacLeans

    Watch the Cathedral of St. John the Evangelist's moving tribute to each of Canada's 1,122 missing and murdered aboriginal women It is Canada's shame, an outrage renewed by the release of the Truth and Reconciliation Commission report more than a thousand indigenous women, missing and murdered. So for each of those lost, their lights extinguished too soon, The Cathedral of St. John the Evangelist in Saskatoon, SK., is tolling its bells 1,122 times, each mournful clang a remembrance of a human life, and a plea for true reconciliation.

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  19. Saskatoon looks at landfill bansRead the original story w/Photo

    13 hrs ago | Solid Waste and Recycling

    Saskatoon city council is exploring its options for banning paper and cardboard from landfill, as it tries to pump up the city's waste diversion rate. While the city explores landfill ban implementation options and program costs for consideration during its 2016 Business Plan and Budget deliberations, officials are still perusing local data.

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  20. Canadian quinoa acres expands as seeded area stretches westRead the original story

    Jun 18, 2014 | The Western Producer

    Canadian quinoa acres have increased significantly this year and are expected to continue climbing, according to an official with the country's only processor of the crop. a "As of today, we have 5,070 acres with 38 different growers," said Michael Dutcheshen, general manager of Northern Quinoa Corp. , a specialty grain and food processing company in Saskatoon.

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