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SGI does young driver safety focus, but finds 300-plus impaired driving charges

By The Canadian Press
July 25, 2017 - 9:06am

A traffic safety focus by Saskatchewan’s Crown insurance company has found some troubling numbers in other areas.

June’s spotlight was on young drivers and motorcyclists, but Tyler McMurchy of SGI says impaired driving numbers were found to be higher than acceptable.

Gordon Rogers, 60, of Red Deer, Alta. is expected to plead guilty to second-degree murder in the deaths of Jeannette Chief (left) and Violet Heathen, both of the Onion Lake First Nation.
Gordon Rogers, 60, of Red Deer, Alta. is expected to plead guilty to second-degree murder in the deaths of Jeannette Chief (left) and Violet Heathen, both of the Onion Lake First Nation. submitted photo/RCMP

Alberta man to plead guilty to murdering 2 Sask. women in 2007, 2009: Crown

By The Canadian Press
June 9, 2017 - 11:30am

A Crown prosecutor says an Alberta man will plead guilty to killing two indigenous women in 2007 and 2009.

Justin Cox (centre), formerly a defensive back with the Saskatchewan Roughriders, has been barred from returning to any CFL team after being acquitted on a domestic violence charge in Regina.
Justin Cox (centre), formerly a defensive back with the Saskatchewan Roughriders, has been barred from returning to any CFL team after being acquitted on a domestic violence charge in Regina. submitted photo/Saskatchewan Roughriders

Former Rider Justin Cox won't be allowed back in CFL

By The Canadian Press
May 30, 2017 - 1:28pm

The commissioner of the Canadian Football League says a former Saskatchewan Roughrider still can't play in the CFL even though he was found not guilty of assault causing bodily harm.

A Yorkton judge has ruled that the Saskatchewan government can't fund non-Catholic students to attend Catholic schools effective June 30, 2018.
A Yorkton judge has ruled that the Saskatchewan government can't fund non-Catholic students to attend Catholic schools effective June 30, 2018. file photo/CKOM

Saskatchewan can't give Catholic schools money for non-Catholic students; court

By The Canadian Press
April 21, 2017 - 8:46am

judge says the Saskatchewan government doesn't have the legal right to give Catholic schools funding for students who aren't Catholic.

A Yorkton judge has ruled that the Saskatchewan government can't fund non-Catholic students to attend Catholic schools effective June 30, 2018.
A Yorkton judge has ruled that the Saskatchewan government can't fund non-Catholic students to attend Catholic schools effective June 30, 2018. file photo/CKOM

Saskatchewan can't give Catholic schools money for non-Catholic students; court

By The Canadian Press
April 21, 2017 - 7:07am

A judge says the Saskatchewan government doesn't have the legal right to give Catholic schools funding for students who aren't Catholic.

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