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The Roughriders claimed an 18-17 victory over Ottawa Friday after a major comeback in the second half.`
The Roughriders claimed an 18-17 victory over Ottawa Friday after a major comeback in the second half.` Twitter/Saskatchewan Roughriders

Roughriders storm back from 17-point deficit to down Redblacks 18-17

By Canadian Press
September 30, 2017 - 8:56am

Josh Bartel kicked a 41-yard punt single with just over two minutes to play as the Saskatchewan Roughriders rallied past the Ottawa Redblacks 18-17 on Friday.

Bartel’s game-winning point completed an 18-point comeback by Saskatchewan.

The federal public safety minister says the plan to legalize recreational marijuana does not include a general amnesty for past pot convictions.
The federal public safety minister says the plan to legalize recreational marijuana does not include a general amnesty for past pot convictions. file photo/BattlefordsNOW staff

No plan for pot-conviction amnesty amid legalization move, Liberals say

By Canadian Press
April 17, 2017 - 1:02pm

The federal public safety minister says the plan to legalize recreational marijuana does not include a general amnesty for past pot convictions.

Ralph Goodale tells The Canadian Press not to expect a blanket pardon for people with records for possessing small amounts of the drug.

Colten Boushie, 22, died after a shooting on a farm near Cando, Sask. Gerald Stanley, 55, has been charged with second-degree murder in his death.
Colten Boushie, 22, died after a shooting on a farm near Cando, Sask. Gerald Stanley, 55, has been charged with second-degree murder in his death. Facebook/Colten Boushie

RCMP investigating hate speech sparked by Colten Boushie case

By Canadian Press
April 6, 2017 - 12:48pm

RCMP say they're looking into laying hate-speech charges over racist comments made online about the Colten Boushie case.

RCMP say that Mounties have "looked into a number of instances of potential hate crimes" over the last few months in Saskatchewan.

Workers suffering psychological injuries such as PTSD will no longer have to prove that it occurred on the job.
Workers suffering psychological injuries such as PTSD will no longer have to prove that it occurred on the job. file photo/CKOM News Staff

Saskatchewan changes law to help workers with psychological injuries, PTSD

By Canadian Press
October 26, 2016 - 11:56am

REGINA - Saskatchewan workers suffering psychological injuries such as post-traumatic stress disorder won't have to prove that it occurred on the job.

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