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'Mansplaining our anatomy': Saskatchewan judge under review after sex assault trial

'Mansplaining our anatomy': Saskatchewan judge under review after sex assault trial

REGINA — The Canadian Judicial Council says it is reviewing a complaint against a judge who recently found a former Regina doctor not guilty of sexually assaulting several patients.

Family grieving after man dies in dog attack in northern Saskatchewan

WITCHEKAN FIRST NATION — A woman from a First Nation in northern Saskatchewan says she's mourning her older brother after he was attacked by two dogs while mowing a neighbour's lawn.
Rainfall warnings lifted in Alberta as system moves to northern Saskatchewan

Rainfall warnings lifted in Alberta as system moves to northern Saskatchewan

CALGARY — Environment Canada ended all heavy rainfall warnings in Alberta on Wednesday as the weather system moved east into Saskatchewan, but the city of Calgary said its state of local emergency would remain in effect.
Manitoba puts up $2.5M to help find and commemorate unmarked Indigenous burial sites

Manitoba puts up $2.5M to help find and commemorate unmarked Indigenous burial sites

PORTAGE LA PRAIRIE, Man. — The Manitoba government said Wednesday it will provide $2.5 million to Indigenous groups to help find and commemorate unmarked graves at former residential schools.
Police find human remains at Winnipeg landfill as part of homicide investigation

Police find human remains at Winnipeg landfill as part of homicide investigation

WINNIPEG — Police are waiting for autopsy results to find out if human remains discovered at a landfill are those of a First Nations woman killed last month.

Social assistance cuts are contributing to high rates of HIV, syphilis in Saskatchewan

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Manitoba government wants to seize house of former coach accused of sexual assaults

WINNIPEG — The Manitoba government is seeking to seize the house of a former football coach who is accused of sexually abusing students.
Manitoba to join battle if Quebec secularism law goes before SCOC: justice minister

Manitoba to join battle if Quebec secularism law goes before SCOC: justice minister

WINNIPEG — The Manitoba government would move to join the battle against Quebec's law on religious symbols if it were to go before the Supreme Court of Canada, says the province's justice minister.
Leader who fought to have Métis people recognized in the Constitution placed on stamp

Leader who fought to have Métis people recognized in the Constitution placed on stamp

REGINA — A Métis leader who fought to have his people recognized in the Constitution is to appear on a new Canada Post stamp later this month. Harry Daniels, who was originally from Regina Beach, Sask.
Riders scratch past Tiger-Cats 30-13 in CFL opener

Riders scratch past Tiger-Cats 30-13 in CFL opener

REGINA — The Saskatchewan Roughriders saved their best for last by scoring 18 fourth-quarter points en route to a 30-13 victory over the Hamilton Tiger-Cats on Saturday at Mosaic Stadium.