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Provincial lawyers filed an application seeking a court order to have Tristen Durocher's camp forced out of Wascana Park.
In order for the business to stay viable during the pandemic Calgary comic book store, Comic Traders, went head first and put its whole collection online. The result it had on their business was a plot twist they never imagined. Michael Newman has the story.
With only a few weeks before kids had back to school, the NDP is renewing calls for more direction on how to keep teachers and students safe amid the novel coronavirus pandemic.
Customers will have the opportunity to listen to two veteran Canadian rock bands in the parking lot of SaskTel Centre later this month.
The Saskatoon business owner and engineer says he will run in the next Saskatoon civic election and promises no tax increases.
Museums are reopening across Saskatchewan following provincial health safety measures.
The Wednesday, Aug. 12, 2020, edition of Global News at 6 with Ryan Kessler on Global Saskatoon.
A Saskatoon business owner and engineer says he will run in the next Saskatoon civic election and promises no tax increases.
The potential tornado is located roughly 10 kilometres north of Tyvan and is tracking to the northeast at 30 kilometres an hour, says Environment Canada.
Some school divisions are revising back-to-school safety plans to include mask mandates. For some, the increased measures offer a sigh of relief.
WATCH: Some Saskatchewan museums are now opening for the first time in months with a few changes.
WATCH: Some school divisions are revising its back-to-school safety plans to include mask mandates. For some the increased measures offer a sigh of relief. But as Allison Bamford reports many are still questioning the province’s role saying more needs to be done.
The $8-million investment is part of $14.6 million being invested across Saskatchewan’s provincial parks system this year.
Emergency services were called to a collision south of Saskatoon that was later confirmed to be fatal on Wednesday.
Over the past month and a half, 36 different businesses in the province have been named as potential places of coronavirus transmission by the Saskatchewan Health Authority (SHA).
Saskatchewan health authorities say there are five new coronavirus cases in the province, with 150 active cases and 1,314 total recoveries.
Visitors can best spot the impressive songbird throughout the Wascana Marsh, which runs from Broad Street to Fleet Street.
RCMP said 17.6 pounds of meth and 12.2 pounds of fentanyl were seized during a traffic stop in southwestern Saskatchewan.
The community has not had a positive COVID-19 case to date.
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