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Electrocution victim warns against electrical dangers

Electrocution victim warns against electrical dangers

It’s not enough to be aware of dangers on a farm or work site, a speaker told an audience of 4-H members and parents, as there must be action to prevent deaths and injuries.
World’s largest carbon-sequestering pipeline is being built in Alberta

World’s largest carbon-sequestering pipeline is being built in Alberta

A new $470 million pipeline is being built in Alberta that will allow for production of an additional one billion barrels of light oil, but most Canadians have probably never heard of it.
Statement - Minister of Veterans Affairs and Minister of National Defence mark Vimy Ridge Day

Statement - Minister of Veterans Affairs and Minister of National Defence mark Vimy Ridge Day

CNW - The Honourable Lawrence MacAulay, Minister of Veterans Affairs and Associate Minister of National Defence, and the Honourable Harjit S.
‘I just don't want people to be stuck’: Humboldt marks one year anniversary

‘I just don't want people to be stuck’: Humboldt marks one year anniversary

HUMBOLDT — It was a moment that showed the solidarity between those directly affected by the Humboldt Broncos crash and the community.
Humboldt anniversary a heartwrenching experience

Humboldt anniversary a heartwrenching experience

This weekend has been an emotional one for Canadians — and especially those in Humboldt, Sask. as they mark the one-year anniversary of the collision between a semi-trailer and a bus carrying members of the Humboldt Broncos junior hockey team.
Without a trace

Without a trace

A year after Ryan Shtuka's mysterious disappearance, his family continues to look for answers
HMCS Regina joins international mission off Somali coast

HMCS Regina joins international mission off Somali coast

Somewhere in the Indian Ocean near the Somalian coast, HMCS Regina is doing double duty in honouring the people of Saskatchewan. The Esquimalt-based Canadian navy frigate bears the name of the provincial capital city.
STARS helped turn a tragedy into good

STARS helped turn a tragedy into good

The story of Kailynn Bursic-Panchuk
F, M or X: SGI offers third option for designating sex on driver’s licence

F, M or X: SGI offers third option for designating sex on driver’s licence

Effective March 25, Saskatchewan residents will be able to choose an undesignated marker (“X”) for the sex designation field of their SGI driver’s licences and photo identification cards. An X designation means sex is not specified.
What happens to ferries and defence vessels at the end of their lives?

What happens to ferries and defence vessels at the end of their lives?

Much focus has been placed on abandoned or derelict boats owned by individuals in Squamish, but the largest boats in our waters are likely ferries and national defence vessels.