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    Saskatoon play uses destruction to humanize military

    Saskatoon play uses destruction to humanize military


    Gordon Portman’s play Grounded carries a message of human beings’ capacity for destruction, and he hopes through that it reminds audiences of the humanity of military service...

    Gordon Portman’s play Grounded carries a message of human beings’ capacity for destruction, and he hopes through that it reminds audiences of the humanity of military service personnel.

    Saskatoon play uses destruction to humanize military

    Saskatoon play uses destruction to humanize military


    Gordon Portman’s play Grounded carries a message of human beings’ capacity for destruction, and he hopes through that it reminds audiences of the humanity of military service...

    Gordon Portman’s play Grounded carries a message of human beings’ capacity for destruction, and he hopes through that it reminds audiences of the humanity of military service personnel.

    First Nations authors take on spirituality, alcoholism in Sask. workshop

    First Nations authors take on spirituality, alcoholism in Sask. workshop


    Saskatoon's annual Word On the Street festival kicked off Sunday with a workshop by two authors who get to the heart of major issue: ailing First Nations people in the...

    Saskatoon's annual Word On the Street festival kicked off Sunday with a workshop by two authors who get to the heart of major issue: ailing First Nations people in the province.

    Recruiting rush on to meet Dec. 4 launch date of Sask. health superboard

    Recruiting rush on to meet Dec. 4 launch date of Sask. health superboard


    The Dec. 4 launch date has been set for the all-in-one Saskatchewan Health Authority. Now CEO Scott Livingstone and the board of directors will hasten the process for hiring more than a dozen senior managers for the soon-to-launch health...

    The Dec. 4 launch date has been set for the all-in-one Saskatchewan Health Authority. Now CEO Scott Livingstone and the board of directors will hasten the process for hiring more than a dozen senior managers for the soon-to-launch health superboard.

    "It's just phenomenal;: Saskatoon program celebrates 50 years helping families


    The Alvin Buckwold Child Development Program offers diagnostic and treatment services to newborns and youth up to age 18, as well as different supports for...

    The Alvin Buckwold Child Development Program offers diagnostic and treatment services to newborns and youth up to age 18, as well as different supports for families.

    Saskatchewan honours its fallen police and peace officers

    Saskatchewan honours its fallen police and peace officers


    Police and peace officers marched in the annual service to remember fallen officers in Saskatchewan on...

    Police and peace officers marched in the annual service to remember fallen officers in Saskatchewan on Sunday.

    'A huge loss': Edmonton Liberian community holds mass for 3 women killed in car crash

    'A huge loss': Edmonton Liberian community holds mass for 3 women killed in car crash


    Members of Edmonton's Liberian community are still visibly shaken two days after three pillars of their tight-knit community were killed in a car crash near Lloydminster,...

    Members of Edmonton's Liberian community are still visibly shaken two days after three pillars of their tight-knit community were killed in a car crash near Lloydminster, Sask.

    'Needles all over': Landlord frustrated with 'squatters' during eviction process

    'Needles all over': Landlord frustrated with 'squatters' during eviction process


    A Saskatoon landlord and his daughter say they're frustrated as they deal with "squatters" they say have taken residence in the backyard of a house embroiled in an eviction...

    A Saskatoon landlord and his daughter say they're frustrated as they deal with "squatters" they say have taken residence in the backyard of a house embroiled in an eviction case.

    Sask. Roughriders stand arm-in-arm during O Canada at Mosaic Stadium

    Sask. Roughriders stand arm-in-arm during O Canada at Mosaic Stadium


    Players with the Saskatchewan Roughriders locked arms during the national anthem at Sunday's game versus the Calgary Stampeders at Regina's Mosaic...

    Players with the Saskatchewan Roughriders locked arms during the national anthem at Sunday's game versus the Calgary Stampeders at Regina's Mosaic Stadium.

    A song for good luck: Where Sask. singer goes, hockey wins follow

    A song for good luck: Where Sask. singer goes, hockey wins follow


    Teagan Littlechief has been called a lucky charm for the Regina Pats hockey team. They’ve won almost every time she opened the game by singing the national...

    Teagan Littlechief has been called a lucky charm for the Regina Pats hockey team. They’ve won almost every time she opened the game by singing the national anthem.

    Big Brother Canada holds open casting call in Saskatoon

    Big Brother Canada holds open casting call in Saskatoon


    "I don't really care if I have to backstab and do whatever I have to to win," said one of the more than 100 early auditioners during a Big Brother Canada open casting call in Saskatoon...

    "I don't really care if I have to backstab and do whatever I have to to win," said one of the more than 100 early auditioners during a Big Brother Canada open casting call in Saskatoon Saturday.

    'I didn't realize I could have such a big impact': Katimavik focuses on reconciliation

    'I didn't realize I could have such a big impact': Katimavik focuses on reconciliation


    Its budget was cut in 2012, but Katimavik is back with a pilot project that sees youth from the Tlicho region of the Northwest Territories and Eeyou Istchee, Que., engaging with other communities and volunteering for...

    Its budget was cut in 2012, but Katimavik is back with a pilot project that sees youth from the Tlicho region of the Northwest Territories and Eeyou Istchee, Que., engaging with other communities and volunteering for organizations.