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Woman, 68, grateful for rescue after falling in snowbank as temperatures dropped
A Saskatchewan woman is grateful to two men who found her lying in the snow behind her home as temperatures dropped below -20 C.
New Saskatchewan Roughriders ad using 'girl math' sparks backlash from some fans
A new Saskatchewan Roughriders ad is drawing negative attention from some fans who say it promotes negative stereotypes and toxic diet culture.
How did this college hockey team shake off decades of struggles for a shot at 1st place?
Just off the Trans-Canada Highway near Moose Jaw, Sask. is the town of Caronport where there's a small college making a whole lot of noise. In the span of just two seasons, the Briercrest College Clippers men's hockey team have gone from never winning more than 10 games in a year to a possible shot at a conference championship.
Teacher strikes shutter some schools as STF announces more job actions for Friday
Striking teachers were on freezing picket lines instead of inside their classrooms on Tuesday, rallying with supporters in Regina on the second of five consecutive days of rotating job action.
Where does the term bunny hug come from?
A cozy hooded sweatshirt with a front pouch is known in most of Canada as a hoodie. In Saskatchewan, it’s a bunny hug.
James Smith Cree Nation mass killer died from cocaine overdose, inquest hears
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Heavy snow has stopped falling in Saskatchewan but parts of province remain 'extremely cold'
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Saskatchewan father who killed toddler in police neglect case sentenced to 16 years
Sask. teachers to withdraw lunch duties Thursday in 4th-straight day of rotating job action
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