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Sask. father accepts mediation for assaulting man who shot family dog
Michael Price, who after his family’s dog was fatally shot assaulted the man who fired the gun, will participate in mediation rather than go to trial.
Newspaper: The Star Phoenix
Feed: News Date: 2014-03-31 19:02:26



Saskatoon MP represents Canada across the globe
Blackstrap MP Lynne Yelich says she travels the globe making a case for good trade rules and regulations, knowing her province will benefit.
Newspaper: The Star Phoenix
Feed: News Date: 2014-03-31 19:02:25



Review: Chemistry key to success in Stop Kiss
In a perfect world, Stop Kiss wouldn’t need to be a play. It’s an ordinary love story. Two people meet, get to know one another and start to fall in love. But it’s no happily-ever-after.
Newspaper: The Star Phoenix
Feed: News Date: 2014-03-31 19:02:25



After unanimous vote by board of directors, SREDA CEO LeClair fired
Two weeks after being charged with not filing a tax return for nearly a decade, Tim LeClair is out as president and CEO of Saskatoon Regional Economic Development Authority.
Newspaper: The Star Phoenix
Feed: News Date: 2014-03-31 19:02:24



Minimum wage index expected to be introduced within weeks in Saskatchewan: gov't
The provincial government expects to introduce minimum-wage indexing regulations in Saskatchewan by the end of April.
Newspaper: The Star Phoenix
Feed: News Date: 2014-03-31 19:02:24



Drunk driving case in conservation officer death heads to trial
Blaine Thomas Taypotat has consented to being committed to trial on charges of driving drunk and killing a conservation officer.
Newspaper: The Star Phoenix
Feed: News Date: 2014-03-31 19:02:23



Saskatoon company fined after falling steel bars hurt worker
An construction company must pay $35,000 in fines after steel bars fell six floors onto the head of a worker below.
Newspaper: The Star Phoenix
Feed: News Date: 2014-03-31 19:02:23



Drugs charges laid by Saskatchewan police after nine-month investigation
Police in Saskatchewan have arrested eight people and charged them with trafficking cocaine and marijuana after a nine-month joint investigation.
Newspaper: The Star Phoenix
Feed: News Date: 2014-03-31 19:02:22



Photos capture an endangered landscape
A Saskatoon photographer and biologist is concerned that if Saskatchewan's native grasslands and public pastures aren't managed carefully, the province risks losing the already greatly diminished habitats and wildlife he frames with his camera.
Newspaper: The Star Phoenix
Feed: News Date: 2014-03-31 11:01:43





Biologist marvels at the intellect of martens
The forest is a classroom. Animals lead. Gilbert Proulx follows.
Newspaper: The Star Phoenix
Feed: News Date: 2014-03-31 11:01:42



Lessons won't be lost, commissioner says
On the lowest level of the Shaw Conference Centre, someone attending the Truth and Reconciliation Commission hearings pasted new handlettered captions on photographs
Newspaper: The Star Phoenix
Feed: News Date: 2014-03-31 11:01:42



Student film much more than a project
Most university students celebrate the end of a project with a pint. The students involved in Creating for the 21st Century Screen will celebrate with a premiere.
Newspaper: The Star Phoenix
Feed: News Date: 2014-03-31 11:01:41



Backyard body remains a mystery
The body of a 46-year-old woman was found in the backyard of a Pleasant Hill home Saturday, but the circumstances surrounding her death remain a mystery.
Newspaper: The Star Phoenix
Feed: News Date: 2014-03-31 11:01:41



U of S, SIIT deal opens doors for aboriginal students
Tanis Sundown was the first member of her family to take post-secondary training, but the thought of attending the University of Saskatchewan was just too intimidating.
Newspaper: The Star Phoenix
Feed: News Date: 2014-03-31 11:01:40



First Nation makes a play for Estevan casino
First Nations officials hoping to build a casino, hotel and convention centre in Lloydminster are placing another bet in southern Saskatchewan.
Newspaper: The Star Phoenix
Feed: News Date: 2014-03-31 11:01:40



Body found in backyard of Saskatoon home, police consider death suspicious
Saskatoon police are investigating a suspicious death on the city's westside.
Newspaper: The Star Phoenix
Feed: News Date: 2014-03-30 07:01:16



Sex assault suspect sought in North Battleford
RCMP in North Battleford are looking for a man who threatened a woman with a knife and sexually assaulted her early Saturday morning.
Newspaper: The Star Phoenix
Feed: News Date: 2014-03-29 19:02:23



FNUC won't give money to FSIN, board chair says
Just days after the Federation of Saskatchewan Indian Nations (FSIN) approved a core operational plan for 2014-15, the directional document hit a snag. According to a news release, the plan includes increased financial support - like a levy or service fee - from FSIN institutions, including the First Nations University of Canada (FNUC).
Newspaper: The Star Phoenix
Feed: News Date: 2014-03-29 11:01:41



Bozon released, excited to see teammates
The words coming out of Tim Bozon's mouth were hard to make out.
Newspaper: The Star Phoenix
Feed: News Date: 2014-03-29 11:01:40



New Faces, New Places: New location offers opportunities
A pair of businesses has moved to the industrial area near the Silverwood Golf Course.
Newspaper: The Star Phoenix
Feed: News Date: 2014-03-29 11:01:40



Police officer not guilty of assault
Const. Luke St. Onge will be back to work immediately after being found not guilty of assaulting a teenage boy during an arrest.
Newspaper: The Star Phoenix
Feed: News Date: 2014-03-29 11:01:39



Advocates call for asbestos bylaw
Local advocates say Saskatoon needs tighter rules to ensure the presence of asbestos in buildings slated for demolition is reported and workers are protected.
Newspaper: The Star Phoenix
Feed: News Date: 2014-03-29 11:01:39



Gordon Oakes-Red Bear to open by November
A new building meant to make aboriginal students feel at home on the University of Saskatchewan campus should open by November.
Newspaper: The Star Phoenix
Feed: News Date: 2014-03-29 11:01:38



MacPherson column: Your honour, we object to that pass interference call
Professional sports, first and foremost, are entertainment. It is distressing, then, to see professional sports leagues working to make their games less entertaining.
Newspaper: The Star Phoenix
Feed: News Date: 2014-03-29 11:01:38



Province may label Hells Angels as criminal
The Saskatchewan government is considering following Manitoba's lead by declaring the Hells Angels a criminal organization.
Newspaper: The Star Phoenix
Feed: News Date: 2014-03-29 11:01:37



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