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Nearly 6,500 Saskatchewan small business owners contemplating pulling the plug

“Although there is still time for business owners to reverse course if conditions improve, it is alarming to see an increasing number considering permanent...

TeleMiracle launches 50/50 Online Raffle

The Kinsmen Foundation today announced the details of its first-ever online 50/50 raffle in support of TeleMiracle 45, presented by Jay’s Transportation Group. Saskatchewan...

Personal health information may have been shared in malware attack

In consultation with the Office of the Saskatchewan Information and Privacy Commissioner (OIPC), eHealth Saskatchewan (eHS), the Saskatchewan Health Authority (SHA) and the Saskatchewan...

Lottery winner plans to share most of his $100,000 windfall

Regina’s Danny Agar is $100,000 richer – but not for long.Agar netted the windfall after matching six of the seven digits of the winning...

Controlled natural gas flare to take place at Melville station on Dec. 9 &...

SaskEnergy will be conducting a controlled natural gas flare at the Plains Environmental disposal facility directly south of the City of Melville between 7...

Southey School moving to online learning; Indian Head students to return to class

Prairie Valley School Division (PVSD) has been informed by Public Health officials of two additional positive cases of COVID-19 at Robert Southey School. As a result and...

Legal Aid union wants remand inmates released from prison to reduce spread of COVID

SCUPE 1949, the union that represents around 130 lawyers and staff at Legal Aid Saskatchewan, is calling for a targeted, temporary release of some...

STF says new COVID-19 measures leave school staff and students vulnerable

The Saskatchewan Teachers’ Federation is disappointed in the new measures announced by the Government of Saskatchewan today and remains deeply concerned about what this...

COVID-19 diagnosed in individual at Broadview School

A case of COVID-19 has been diagnosed in an individual at Broadview School. Prairie Valley is working closely with Public Health staff to ensure...

MNP gifts STARS $500,000 to help upgrade fleet

The campaign to renew STARS’ helicopter fleet has been given a significant lift, thanks to a $500,000 gift from MNP’s Partners across Saskatchewan. The...

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Nearly 6,500 Saskatchewan small business owners contemplating pulling the plug

“Although there is still time for business owners to reverse course if conditions improve, it is alarming to see an increasing number considering permanent...