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"Every country is sovereign and able to make its own rules to admit people and goods to manage its immigration framework, health and…
01.21 / 22:06
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An armed robbery Friday night left one person with minor injuries. It happened on 33rd Street West near Avenue D around 8:30 p.m. Police were called to a business there after a man went in with a metal bar and his face covered.  He broke into the till and stole cash. According to police as he was leaving the business he attempted to rob a customer, he wasn't successful, but he did assault the customer causing minor injuries.  The suspect ran and the K9 unit was unsuccessful finding him. T…
01.21 / 18:46
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It took five rounds, and some heroics by their goalie, but the Saskatoon Blades came away 3-2 shootout winners against the Brandon Wheat Kings. Josh Paterson had the shootout winner, spoiling projected first overall draft pick Nolan Patrick's trip to SaskTel Centre.  The Blades started the game with back to back goals. Braylon Shmyr (25) opened the scoring in the first while Caleb Fantillo (4) chipped in in the second.  Saskatoon was able to hold off the potent Brandon offence until the th…
01.21 / 04:07
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President Donald Trump has repeatedly promised to renegotiate or tear-up trade deals like NAFTA, which could adversely effect Saskatchewan's billion dollar export…
01.20 / 23:57
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People in Saskatchewan are viewing the start of Donald Trump's presidency with some trepidation as they ponder how his administration will handle issues that could affect the…
01.20 / 23:42
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The Saskatchewan Roughriders have signed defensive lineman Willie Jefferson to a contract extension.…
01.20 / 19:10
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The Saskatoon Blades have been hit hard by injuries to some of their best players, but young players like Michael Farren are stepping up in their…
01.20 / 03:28
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Briana Koop says a carbon monoxide detector helped her family escape a dangerous environment caused by a furnace…
01.20 / 00:38
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University of Saskatchewan students have been getting paid big bucks to become a "sugar baby" on a new dating website. Seeking Arrangement seeks to match people who prefer different "lifestyle choices." Specifically, they match a person who wishes to dote on their partner — a "sugar daddy" or "sugar momma" — with someone who likes to be spoiled — a "sugar baby."   Spokesperson Brook Urick says "daddies" and "mommas" are paying $2,700 a month for companionship.   "It helps students pay for t…
01.19 / 23:41
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She’s always telling the Saskatchewan Rush to kick ass – now players want her to do the same. Arguably the team’s most beloved fan, 85-year-old Joyce Souka is better known as Grandma Rush. She travels in for every game at SaskTel Centre from Edmonton, the former home of the Rush. "Where do I start with such an amazing character like Grandma Rush?" said defender Ryan Dilks. "The respect for her in the lacrosse community is huge," noted goaltender Aaron Bold. Grandma Rush was diagnosed with c…
01.19 / 21:38
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Robert Major, who is facing 12 charges following a crash on Highway 16 near Langham that killed his girlfriend and two sons, is heading to…
01.19 / 13:00
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A new poll suggests a split in opinion among people in Saskatoon regarding a space to facilitate intravenous drugs…
01.19 / 01:02
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A man from the Saskatoon area is headed for trial after a fatal crash that killed his two sons and girlfriend last…
01.18 / 18:09
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Travis Greene joins a list of already-announced performers which includes, Toby Keith, The Piano Guys, 3 Doors Down, Lee Greenwood, Tim Wishlow and Sam & Dave's Sam…
01.18 / 15:49
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The RCMP's incident commander during last year's shooting in La Loche, Sask., is commending the officer who raced into the school to stop the…
01.18 / 14:25
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