New website lets Saskatchewan residents access health info online
A new website, Ehealthsask.ca has just been launched allowing Saskatchewan residents online access to a variety of personal health info.
Snowfall continues in Alberta and Saskatchewan after record-breaking weekend
Multiple roads are still closed, and collisions are ongoing. The Weather Network along with other experts are telling drivers to expect winter conditions for the remainder of the day and to drive safe.
Four-thousand dollars worth of bottles stolen from kids’ hockey fundraiser in Saskatchewan
The mayor said that they will hold a supplementary bottle drive soon to make up for the lost funds, but whoever stole the bottles remains at large.
Saskatchewan RCMP seize $750,000 in drugs from North Battleford home
Following the investigation, officers executed a search warrant on the residence wherein they found a large quantity of narcotics and more than 30 weapons, with the drugs seized valued at approximately $750,000.
Police charge father with manslaughter in death of three-month-old after Canada-wide manhunt
Regina Police have arrested the suspect of a Canada-wide manhunt charged with manslaughter for the alleged murder of a 3-month-old infant.
Former Saskatchewan Premier Brad Wall talks Canadian energy
Having served in the past as Saskatchewan’s premier for over a decade, Brad Wall is no stranger to combating western alienation.
Saskatoon city hall loses over $1 million in phishing scam
Saskatoon city manager Jeff Jorgensen has admitted that the city has lost $1.04 million to a fraudster posing as a construction company’s chief financial officer for weeks. An expert now believes that the money may have been sent overseas and it is possible the city will see the over $1 million in taxpayer money ever again.
Northern Saskatchewan First Nation suffering under corrupt, inept leadership
While the case ultimately went nowhere, due to the main whistleblower, Larry Iron, backing off his earlier affidavits stating that he had engaged in vote-buying to help the chief and council gain re-election, the community was left with a leadership that many felt was “illegitimate.”
Saskatchewan court orders City of Prince Albert to pay $6,000 for denying pro-life group equal access to flag pole
The local pro-life group had been one of the many organizations to participate, raising its flag during “Celebrate Life Week” for over 20 years. But in early 2017, in response to two complaints, Prince Albert Mayor Greg Dionne declared that only a “national flag” or “nationally recognized flag” could be raised.