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International students embracing academics and city life Balancing textbooks and a social life is no easy task for anyone, but for international students it may be even more difficult. A group of international students at Saskatchewan Polytechnic explained their new lifestyles...
Saskatchewan RCMP to be equipped with top-quality surveillance RCMP officers will soon be sporting a new piece of equipment. Neither a weapon nor a tool to help detect impairment, that new piece of equipment is a humble camera. “It lends a layer...

Day of recognition

Saskatchewan Polytechnic honours Louis Riel and Métis people It was an important day at Saskatchewan Polytechnic as the college honoured Métis people as part of Louis Riel Memorial Day Thursday. “It’s a day that Sask. Polytechnic takes very seriously to acknowledge...

Dealing with anxiety

Conference to provide support for individuals and families Being a student these days can be a stressful thing. The McDowell Foundation Salon Series is organizing an event to help tackle the problem of student anxiety in Saskatchewan schools. A roundtable discussion on...

Moose Jaw on board

Council approves $11 million of a $45-million loan for Buffalo Pound facility Moose Jaw’s city council passed a motion to guarantee their portion of a $45-million loan to the Buffalo Pound Water Treatment Corporation (BPWTC) Monday night. Coun. Chris Warren, Coun....
Business to offer tailored lessons A Moose Jaw man is hoping to turn what has been a passion into a business. Mike Gardiner explained that Gentle Giant Computer Care, the company he recently founded to teach people how to use computers...
Issues raised with Bronwyn Eyre’s remarks in legislature regarding education and Indigenous history As of Wednesday, about 2,700 people had signed an online petition calling for the resignation of Bronwyn Eyre, Saskatchewan’s Education Minister after her comments on Treaty education...
Railroad workers concerned about proposed bill that would give companies greater access to Workers for Canadian Pacific Railway (CP) in Moose Jaw are concerned about a proposed piece of federal legislation. Bill C-49, also known as the Transportation Modernization Act, seeks...

Digital remembrance

King George Elementary School holds Remembrance Day ceremonies King George Elementary School honoured the lives of military veterans on the big screen. “Ours is a little more different because the service is done with video, from start to finish, which is...
Students at Sunningdale honour veterans Sunningdale Elementary School added an extra component to their Remembrance Day ceremony Friday. “We had a former student whose parent unfortunately passed in Afghanistan. There are 158 flags and those are representing each soldier that Canadians...

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