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Friday, Nov 30

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Bernier makes pitch for People’s Party in Saskatoon

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Maxime Bernier is making his pitch to voters in Saskatoon for his new People’s Party of Canada.

02

Gifts stolen from doorstep, neighbour witnesses theft

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A Saskatoon woman says her Christmas gift package was stolen from her front door, and her neighbour witnessed the theft.

01

2 charged with attempted murder in incident that left teen injured, woman dead

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Two men have been charged with attempted murder in relation to an incident that left a teen with a gunshot wound and a woman dead in a car near Christopher Lake.

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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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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Deck fire causes $50,000 in damage

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Saskatoon fire fighters had to cut into the soffits and a stucco pillar in a Hampton Village home to get at a fire in the floor joists Wednesday night.

Steel plant staff give firefighters a hand with grappling hook

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Fire crews were called to the Inland Steel recycling plant on 17th Street West Wednesday evening.

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Allegation of animal abuse spurs psych. tests in sentencing

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A La Ronge judge has ordered a second round of psychiatric and psychological reports for the young offender who pleaded guilty to killing a restaurant owner.

Hill wants to rescind vote on waste collection

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Coun. Darren Hill wants to rescind his vote to approve a new waste collection model.

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Mother looks for answers after son’s wheelchair stolen

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A Saskatoon mom is looking for answers after her 10-year-old son’s custom-made wheelchair was stolen.

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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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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Man charged after officer dragged by truck

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A man has been charged in an incident that left a police officer with minor injuries earlier this month.

20

City fires director of environment

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City of Saskatoon administrator Brenda Wallace has been fired, according to multiple sources.

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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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2019 city budget to have 4.4 percent property tax increase

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After two full days of budget deliberations, which included strong debate on several issues, talks finished with a property tax increase of 4.40 per cent for 2019.

02

Saskatoon's first cannabis store selling only 1 item per customer

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Saskatoon’s first pot shop has opened its doors to the public more than a month after cannabis became legal.

01

Emergency responders honour fallen Rosetown comrade

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Hundreds gathered in Rosetown Tuesday for a memorial service honouring Darrell Morrison, a volunteer firefighter who was struck by a semi truck and killed last week while responding to a crash.

Tuesday, Nov 27

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1 dead, 3 hurt in crash near North Battleford

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A 25-year-old woman is dead after a two-vehicle crash one kilometer west of North Battleford.

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RCMP investigate timeline leading to death of missing woman

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The RCMP Major Crime Unit North is trying to retrace the steps of a missing woman found dead Wednesday.

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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.

Crack cocaine, meth, cash, guns, seized in P.A.

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Nine people face charges after Prince Albert police and RCMP raided a home and seized drugs, cash and guns.

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Saskatoon police get funding for 10 new positions

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Saskatoon City Council has unanimously approved a budget increase of 4.57 per cent — or more than $4 million — for Saskatoon Police Services.

‘If you're not online do you even exist?’: Marketing professional encourages local businesses to go online

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Several local businesses in Saskatoon are cashing in on Cyber Monday - expected to set a new record this year, according to Adobe Analytics - and online shopping.

Market Mall clinic to help seniors with complex needs

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The doors are now open at the new Community Health Centre in the Market Mall – which aims to provide specialized care to people 50 and over with complex care needs from chronic health conditions to medication-related problems and mental…

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Salvation Army urges in-person, online donations due to postal strike

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Rotating strikes by Canada Post workers are putting a damper on the Salvation Army’s fundraising efforts, the charity says.

Monday, Nov 26

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Jonathan Bergen appointed new P.A.police chief

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A 10-month selection process has come to an end as the Prince Albert Board of Police Commissioners announced Monday morning Jonathan Bergen will be the new Chief of Police.

Man dies while scuba diving at Lake Diefenbaker

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A 46-year-old man died Sunday while scuba diving at Lake Diefenbaker, RCMP say.