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Precision Terminates Agreement With Trinidad

Precision Terminates Agreement With Trinidad

Precision Drilling Corporation has terminated the arrangement agreement dated Oct. 5, 2018, with Trinidad Drilling Ltd. following the announcement by Ensign Energy Services Inc. that it had taken up 56.
Wedding dress mystery solved

Wedding dress mystery solved

The mystery of mixed up wedding dresses has been solved. It was in the Nov. 14, edition of Yorkton This Week that Theresa Thompson told her story. Thompson had gone to her closet and dug out a box that had contained her wedding dress for years.
Teen gets surprise from Canucks and Air Canada

Teen gets surprise from Canucks and Air Canada

Taylin McGill has endured more in her young life than most do in a lifetime.
Reporters look back on Dexter-inspired killer

Reporters look back on Dexter-inspired killer

St. Albert resident Mark Twitchell was arrested 10 years ago
Avalanche Canada receives $25M endowment from feds

Avalanche Canada receives $25M endowment from feds

CANMORE – Avalanche Canada will be able to continue to provide public safety services after the federal government announced it will provide the non-profit organization a one-time endowment of $25 million.
Mother sentenced for repeatedly suffocating baby girl for Facebook attention

Mother sentenced for repeatedly suffocating baby girl for Facebook attention

A 28-year-old mother who admitted to suffocating her infant daughter multiple times to get attention from doctors and people on Facebook has been sentenced to a year in jail and three years’ probation.
Binding wheat keeps traditions alive

Binding wheat keeps traditions alive

Vern Poworoznyk of Sturgis firmly believes in keeping traditions of the past alive and was kept busy with cutting, binding and hauling wheat sheaves on November 4.
Six-year-old 'white as a ghost' at sight of mother trapped in frigid water

Six-year-old 'white as a ghost' at sight of mother trapped in frigid water

Six-year-old Jax looked down at his mother just after she fell into the frigid ocean water off the Cheanuh Marina in the Beecher Bay First Nation.
Filmmaker draws on sibling rivalry for storyline

Filmmaker draws on sibling rivalry for storyline

For Zack Bernbaum it started with a title, all thanks to his Bubbie. In the spring of 2016 the Toronto-based director was at his parents’ house with his sister and brother-in-law, and his beloved grandmother.
Blog: Fear changes how rodents reproduce

Blog: Fear changes how rodents reproduce

Rodent females create extra offspring after smelling odours (chemo-olfactory cues) produced by scared males. Fear of being torn apart and eaten can influence the size of populations.