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Tory MP still in hot water for suggesting First Nations burned down treatment plants

Tory MP still in hot water for suggesting First Nations burned down treatment plants

OTTAWA — A Cree community in Saskatchewan is demanding an apology from a Conservative MP after he said First Nations are burning down water treatment plants because they're frustrated with the Liberals.
Man, 48, dead after early-morning shooting in Saskatoon, police say

Man, 48, dead after early-morning shooting in Saskatoon, police say

Saskatoon Police say one person is in custody after a man was shot and killed inside a home early Saturday morning. Investigators say they were called about an injured man just before 7 a.m., and found a 48-year-old who had been shot.
'Done being patient': Treaty 4 First Nations suing Ottawa over $5 annuity payments

'Done being patient': Treaty 4 First Nations suing Ottawa over $5 annuity payments

REGINA — Chief Lynn Acoose says she's taking a step elders and past Indigenous leaders in her community have long been reluctant to.

Canada wins 3rd straight to send Rivalry Series to decisive Game 7, beating US 3-0 in Regina

REGINA, Saskatchewan (AP) — Natalie Spooner opened the scoring on a power play 58 seconds into the third period and Canada won its third straight to send the Rivalry Series to a decisive seventh game, beating the United States 3-0 on Friday night.
Third period effort leads Canada over U.S. in Rivalry Series win, ties series

Third period effort leads Canada over U.S. in Rivalry Series win, ties series

REGINA — In a must-win situation, goalie Emerance Maschmeyer came up big Friday, backstopping Canada to a 3-0 victory over the United States in Game 6 of the Rivalry Series.
Saskatchewan changing how it procures hotels for those on social assistance

Saskatchewan changing how it procures hotels for those on social assistance

REGINA — The Saskatchewan government says it's changing how it procures hotels for those on social assistance after a motel owned by a legislature member raised rates when the province paid.
Cameco reports US$80M Q4 profit compared with loss a year ago, revenue up

Cameco reports US$80M Q4 profit compared with loss a year ago, revenue up

SASKATOON — Cameco Corp. reported a fourth-quarter profit compared with a loss a year earlier as its revenue rose more than 60 per cent. The uranium miner says it earned $80 million or 18 cents per diluted share in the quarter ended Dec.
Mike McEwen ready for Brier spotlight as host Saskatchewan's skip

Mike McEwen ready for Brier spotlight as host Saskatchewan's skip

A Manitoba curling proverb is "the buffalo feels heavy." Expectations are high for curlers from that province on the national and international stage.

WHL Roundup: Max Hildebrand perfect as Raiders blank Hurricanes 3-0

PRINCE ALBERT, Sask. — Max Hildebrand earned an 18-save shutout as the Prince Albert Raiders blanked the Lethbridge Hurricanes 3-0 on Wednesday in Western Hockey League action.
Renata Fast helps Canada down United States 4-2 in Rivalry Series

Renata Fast helps Canada down United States 4-2 in Rivalry Series

SASKATOON — Renata Fast scored the winner as Canada reeled off three unanswered goals to rally past the United States 4-2 on Wednesday in the Rivalry Series. The victory cuts the U.S.'s lead to 3-2 in the best-of-seven series.
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