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  • Local business hosting free barbecue

    “It’s our grand opening and a customer appreciation day,” said manager Beau Geston. “We want to let everyone know we’re under new management and ...

  • Striving for all kids to be educated

    This is precisely because it’s true. What we do now directly affects the younger generations and what they do when they are older directly ...

  • Minimum wage still too low

    Effective Oct. 1, Saskatchewan's minimum wage will increase to $10.50 from $10.20 per hour. As the current wage stands, the province has ...

  • Zoe and Marco Saldana controversy unnecessary

    He has been taking some criticism because he took the last name of his wife, actor Zoe Saldana. Marco, an Italian artist, decided to take her ...

  • Regulations needed for e-cigarettes

    Some argue they can potentially get people addicted to nicotine products and should be banned or restricted. Others state they are a healthier ...

  • Thinking of the fallen

    Const. Daniel Woodall, 35, and Sgt. Jason Harley, 38, with the Edmonton Police Service were serving an arrest warrant for criminal harassment at ...

  • Is Canada's climate pledge just lip service?

    Being a country that loves to tap into its huge supply of fossil fuel reserves, and hearing Harper push for every pipeline blueprint that gets ...

  • Tim Hortons ads hardly the biggest issue facing Canadians

    "Tim Hortons pulled an Enbridge ad from their in-store television programming because some people complained about it? I'm outraged! ...

  • Water law not necessary

    At last Monday's council meeting, Kirkpatrick said that on June 15 she will be bringing forward a motion that would force residents to cut back ...

  • Province's HIV rates unacceptable

    Wednesday, it was announced by CBC's iTeam that HIV on Saskatchewan reserves is 11 times higher than the national rate. "You don't need to ...