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Saskatchewan NDP asks Speaker to call meeting on gun allegation, invite investigation

Saskatchewan NDP asks Speaker to call meeting on gun allegation, invite investigation

REGINA — Saskatchewan's Opposition is calling on the Speaker to set the wheels in motion for a third-party investigation into gun-carrying and bullying behaviour inside the legislature.
Key Manitoba pipeline partially fixed as repairs continue, province says

Key Manitoba pipeline partially fixed as repairs continue, province says

WINNIPEG — Fuel is flowing for the first time in more than two months through a pipeline that supplies gasoline, diesel and aviation fuel to the Winnipeg region.
Manitoba premier says he wants stability, increases in federal transfer payments

Manitoba premier says he wants stability, increases in federal transfer payments

WINNIPEG — With questions being raised about equalization payments to the provinces, Manitoba is seeking predictability, with room for increases, from federal parties when it comes to all federal transfers.
Saskatchewan cabinet minister says family helped jog memory of gun in legislature

Saskatchewan cabinet minister says family helped jog memory of gun in legislature

REGINA — A Saskatchewan cabinet minister who initially told the premier he didn't bring a long gun into the legislature, only to reverse himself days later, says talks with family members helped jog his memory.

New Jets coach Scott Arniel says he’s learned lessons since being fired by Columbus

WINNIPEG, Manitoba (AP) — Scott Arniel believes overcoming the lowest point in his career will help him reach higher aspirations with the Winnipeg Jets.
New Jets head coach Arniel says he's learned lessons since being fired by Columbus

New Jets head coach Arniel says he's learned lessons since being fired by Columbus

WINNIPEG — Scott Arniel believes overcoming the lowest point in his career will help him reach higher aspirations with the Winnipeg Jets.
Who is Buffalo Woman? Serial killer trial hears of police efforts to identify victim

Who is Buffalo Woman? Serial killer trial hears of police efforts to identify victim

WINNIPEG — In mid-March 2022, a young Indigenous woman stood outside Winnipeg's Salvation Army and spoke with a man who invited her back to his home.
'Crime of vengeance': Saskatchewan RCMP say witnesses key to solving brutal slaying

'Crime of vengeance': Saskatchewan RCMP say witnesses key to solving brutal slaying

Mounties suspected Tiki Laverdiere was dead before her burned, bludgeoned body was found wrapped in a carpet under rocks in a Saskatchewan pond in the summer of 2019. She was a 25-year-old mother of two.

Winnipeg Jets promote associate coach Scott Arniel to head coach, replacing the retired Rick Bowness

WINNIPEG, Manitoba (AP) — The Winnipeg Jets promoted associate coach Scott Arniel to head coach Friday, replacing the retired Rick Bowness The move comes almost three weeks after Bowness retired.
Saskatchewan MLA quits as house leader, says he took gun into legislature decade ago

Saskatchewan MLA quits as house leader, says he took gun into legislature decade ago

REGINA — One week after Saskatchewan Premier Scott Moe publicly assured people there was no truth to the accusation his government house leader Jeremy Harrison brought a long gun into the legislature, Harrison says it did indeed happen.
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