Scott Moe says he feels disenfranchised by Ottawa but Saskatchewan ‘not backing down’

SASKATOON – Scott Moe’s target was the federal government Thursday as he gathered with supporters for the first in-person Saskatoon Premier’s Dinner in three years. The prime minister’s speech promoted the province’s booming resource sector, which has seen surging investment and increased market prices since the last dinner gathering. Moe said growth has always been … Read more

USask researchers discover possible new treatment for brain cancer

Researchers with the University of Saskatchewan have discovered new chemotherapy that allows a drug to be delivered directly to the tumour. Dr. Mike Moser set out to develop a new method of killing brain cancer cells, while preserving the tissue around it. “But the results that we found was when we used an IRE-like machine … Read more

Focus Saskatchewan explores the dark past of a government-funded, church-run school

By Andrew Benson Global News Posted November 27, 2022 4:54 pm Decrease article font size Increase article font size With a season full of in-depth investigations into the biggest stories across the province, Focus Saskatchewan is back with a brand new episode. Read more: ‘Focus Saskatchewan’ explores throne speech, woman’s miraculous comeback Read More ‘Focus … Read more

Football fans gather at Western Alumni Stadium in London, Ont. for Vanier Cup Fan Fest – London

Football fans from all parts of the country gathered outside Western Alumni stadium for Fan Fest, celebrating the Vanier Cup championship. Western University in London, Ont., was very excited to host for the first time. “It’s awesome,” said Ethan Gardner, president of Western’s Student Council. “It would have been perfect if Western made it through, … Read more

Saskatchewan to regulate all large emitters after Ottawa approves carbon pricing plan

REGINA – All large greenhouse gas emitters in Saskatchewan will soon be regulated by the provincial government after Ottawa ruled the plan meets national standards. Saskatchewan and Ottawa jointly announced that the federal output-based pricing system will no longer apply in the province starting in 2023. This comes after Saskatchewan applied to have natural gas … Read more

Toronto Argonauts win 109th Grey Cup 24-23 over the Winnipeg Blue Bombers

By Andrew Benson Global News Posted November 20, 2022 10:11 pm Decrease article font size Increase article font size The Toronto Argonauts are officially Gray Cup champions. It was never easy and not many gave them a chance, but in the end, it was the Argonauts who beat the Winnipeg Blue Bombers 24-23. Read more: … Read more

Conservation officers’ semi-automatic guns cause tension in B.C.

VANCOUVER—Theo Hallamby was baffled to learn what kind of guns conservation officers in British Columbia are now using. “That’s completely unnecessary. Are they trying to shoot 10 bears at once?” said the retired detective in the BC Conservation Service’s major investigative unit. The officers have traded in bold-action rifles for semi-automatic longarm rifles. Conservation officers … Read more

Waterhen Lake First Nation homicide leaves one male dead

Saskatchewan RCMP are investigating a homicide that has left one man dead on Waterhen Lake First Nation on Nov. 12. Around 4:30 am, RCMP responded to a report of an adult male in medical distress at a residence on the First Nation. He was pronounced dead by EMS at the scene. He has been identified … Read more

Saskatchewan filmmaker captures veterans’ stories before they are lost forever

Remembrance Day is a time to honor and remember those who have served and those who never made it home. Every year, more and more veterans are lost as we inch further away from World War One and Two. And with more veterans passing away, society is at risk of losing their stories forever. Read … Read more

Saskatchewan and Ottawa commit to working together on environmental policies

REGINA – The Saskatchewan and federal governments say they are willing to collaborate with each other on environmental policies. Federal Natural Resources Minister Jonathan Wilkinson said Wednesday the two levels of government need to figure out ways to work together to ensure there’s progress toward reaching net-zero greenhouse gas emissions. The federal government has said … Read more