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Pam Johnson and DeLee Grant were both struggling to save their animals — one from depression, one from being euthanized — when a mutual friend connected them. Now the two women and their animals have bonded.
The Saskatchewan NDP is outraged that employees of the Crown corporation eHealth were taken on all-expenses-paid trips by companies that did business with eHealth.
Medical professionals, entrepreneurs, a politician and an activist among final 10 Future 40 winners of 2018.
A study by Statistics Canada saw an increase in police-reported sexual assaults in the months immediately following the viral #MeToo movement. Saskatchewan saw a one per cent increase, the lowest of any province.
As of November 1, people with queries about medically assisted death or who are seeking the service can call Saskatchewan's 811 health line to speak with the provincial manager of the program or a registered nurse.
The University of Sasktchewan's Canada research chair in Indigenous rights in constitutional and international law has weighed in on a dispute between the province and a First Nation community which opened its own pot shop and implemented its own cannabis/hemp act.
Joely Lambourn escaped the Okimaw Ohci Healing Lodge on Nov. 9.
The province is introducing changes to its civil forfeiture laws that will expand the number of crimes covered under the Seizure of Criminal Property Act.
For most of his young life, Alexander Pelletier felt ashamed of who he was, as a Métis and two-spirit man. Now the 67-year-old says he has moved past those feelings, and is going back to university to learn about his language and culture.
A court hearing originally scheduled for Thursday is now tentatively set for Nov. 28, according to the lawyer representing the Humboldt Broncos Memorial Fund Inc.
Political reporter Adam Hunter provides updates from the legislature during Question Period.
FSIN Chief Bobby Cameron says his organization fully supports the Muscowpetung Saulteaux Nation's cannabis act and promised more legal battles over treaty rights should the government of Saskatchewan choose to interfere in its operation.