The Lighthouse’s executive director has been replaced by two board members as the shelter grapples with fire code violations and a COVID-19 staffing shortage.
The Provincial Capital Commission introduced a new skating rink located at the Legislative Landing Thursday. The Rink on Wascana will be free to use through to the end of February.
Restrictions need to be implemented immediately in Saskatchewan due to the high number of COVID-19 cases in the province, six union leaders urged Thursday.
Canada already has mitigating safeguards and restrictions in place to protect against concerns about 5G rollout that have caused cancelled flights in the United States.
Saskatchewan’s year-over-year inflation rate for December was 3.5 per cent, the lowest among all Canadian provinces.
Saskatchewan agriculture critic Trent Wotherspoon said the government should fund the Saskatoon SPCA to carry out enforcement or give money to another organization to do it.
Cianna Lieffers and Alex Clarke have achieved many milestones throughout their officiating careers and now they’re taking the next step, officiating at the 2022 Winter Olympics.
The Saskatoon SPCA’s enforcement activities could fall to another agency or the Saskatoon Police Service, which says it’s not equipped to handle animal protection.
Winter weather forced highways to temporarily close and kept tow truck companies busy throughout the day.