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Friday, Nov 30

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Canada, U.S., Mexico to sign new trade deal Friday morning

Canada, Mexico and the United States will sign the new North American free trade pact Friday morning.

Thursday, Nov 29

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Broncos player who returned to team this month steps away to recover at home

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An injured player who returned to the Humboldt Broncos junior hockey team earlier this month has decided to step away.

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'I'm staying positive': U of R students hold rally for missing 19-year-old, Promise Chukwudum

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Around 50 people showed up for a rally for a missing student on Thursday afternoon outside of the University of Regina.

Five people taken to hospital after crash between SUV and train

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Five people were taken to hospital after an SUV hit a moving train on Thursday afternoon.

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Humboldt Broncos memorial fund thanks everyone involved in GoFundMe campaign

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The chairman of the Humboldt Broncos Memorial Fund is thanking everyone who was part of a $15.2-million GoFundMe campaign and its distribution to those involved in the bus crash.

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Government releases more info on 'Saskatchewan made' climate strategy

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Saskatchewan’s climate change strategy, known as Prairie Resilience is getting a new measurement framework.

19

Regina Pats trade Leschyshyn, Henry to the Lethbridge Hurricanes

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The Regina Pats have announced that they have traded Las Vegas Golden Knights prospect Jake Leschyshyn and Colorado Avalanche prospect Nick Henry to the Lethbridge Hurricanes.

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Canada on track to sign new NAFTA Friday: Freeland

Canada is "on track" to sign the renegotiated North American free trade pact on Friday, according to Canada's foreign affairs minister.

Construction project in Wascana Park vandalized

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The site for the new Brandt Construction building in Wascana Park has been vandalized.

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Government says economic outlook is good, province is on track for balanced budget in 2019

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The Saskatchewan government says its 2018-19 budget remains on track in mid-year for a projected deficit of $348M. That’s a $17M improvement over what was forecast in the April 10 budget.

Canada announces sanctions targeting Saudis linked to 'abhorrent' Khashoggi murder

The Canadian government has announced sanctions targeting 17 people linked to the murder of journalist Jamal Khashoggi.

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Rush assistant coach Jimmy Quinlan resigns

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The Saskatchewan Rush announced on twitter that assistant coach Jimmy Quinlan has resigned to spend more time with his family.

‘It's really a game changer for us’: Saskatoon Search and Rescue team has its first 4-legged member

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Saskatoon Search and Rescue’s newest team member is the first one to have four legs.

Wednesday, Nov 28

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Alberta considers cutting oil production, announcement coming in days: Notley

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Alberta Premier Rachel Notley says her government has been considering cutting oil production for some time now, adding that an announcement will likely come down in days – not weeks.

Gov’t to wait on reports before changing Humboldt Broncos crash intersection

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The Saskatchewan government says it will wait to read the results of a report before making any changes to the intersection that was the site of the fatal Humboldt Broncos bus crash.

Sask. taking feds to court over cleanup of uranium mine

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The courts are being asked to decide who is responsible for cleanup costs at an abandoned uranium mine in northern Saskatchewan.

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Study shows Shand Power Station could be converted to carbon capture facility

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A new study shows that carbon capture technology could be installed at the Shand Power Station near Estevan. The cost of the upgrades would be about $1 billion.

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New cooking class teaches parents healthy options

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A new community cooking course at the Mamaweyatitan Centre in Regina is all about teaching its students healthy cooking options.

Nadine Machiskinic’s family renews call for RPS to release RCMP review into her death

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The family of a woman who died after falling down a laundry chute at a Regina hotel is continuing to call on the Regina Police Service to release a report by the RCMP on her death.

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Victims, families of those killed in Broncos crash to receive different amounts from GoFundMe campaign

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Justice Neil Gabrielson on Wednesday morning accepted an advisory committee's recommendation that each family who lost a loved one in the Humboldt Broncos bus crash will receive $525,000, which each survivor will receive $475,000.

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Alert Ready system tested across the country for second time

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Most Canadians had their mobile phones, televisions and radios to sound off today as the Alert Ready system went a second round of testing.

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Regina man killed in crash west of Regina on Tuesday night

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A 45-year-old Regina man has died after a single vehicle crash on Highway 1 about eight kilometres west of the city on Tuesday night.

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Roads slick, some highways closed after freezing rain overnight

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Residents in most of Saskatchewan woke up to slick conditions on Wednesday morning after freezing rain overnight.

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Operation Red Nose kicks off first campaign with legal pot

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Operation Red Nose will be kicking off their annual holiday campaign this weekend, giving people a safe alternative to driving under the influence.

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Record number of distracted driving offences in October: SGI

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Distracted driving continues to be a problem on Saskatchewan roads, and that’s backed up by new numbers from SGI.

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Expect 'lengthy delays' for parcel delivery: Canada Post

As back-to-work legislation forced the end of rotating strikes by Canada Post workers, the agency is warning customers to expect 'lengthy delays' for some types of deliveries.

Tuesday, Nov 27

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B.C. intervenes in greenhouse gas fight between Ottawa, Ontario and Saskatchewan

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The British Columbia government says it will intervene in separate court cases in Saskatchewan and Ontario where those provinces are challenging federal authority to pass legislation that puts a minimum price on greenhouse gas pollution.

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City imposes rules on street names for new neighbourhoods

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The City of Regina is looking to put an end to themed names in neighbourhoods. There are several neighbourhoods in Regina that stick with themes for the majority of their street names, including the Greens on Gardiner.

'SpongeBob SquarePants' creator Stephen Hillenburg dies at 57

Stephen Hillenburg, who used his dual loves of drawing and marine biology to spawn the absurd undersea world of "SpongeBob SquarePants," has died, Nickelodeon announced Tuesday.

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Sidhu court case adjourned to Dec. 18

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The case of the man accused in the Humboldt Broncos bus crash has been adjourned again.