Biggest potash mine in the world: PotashCorp celebrates Rocanville expansion

PotashCorp celebrated the successful completion of its Rocanville mine expansion with an event at the Scissors Creek mine site near Rocanville Thursday. The company’s large...


Liberal government to reduce small business tax rate

Ottawa will announce plans today to cut the small business tax rate from 10.5 per cent to nine per cent today. The Harper government had planned to drop the business rate ...


16 year old shot in hunting accident

A 16-year-old is in Winnipeg hospital after a Friday the Thirteenth hunting accident. Just before 7:30 pm, Friday, Dauphin RCMP received report of a hunting incident on Hig...


Jim Pattison Children's Hospital 70 per cent complete

Premier Brad Wall was onsite today as construction of the Jim Pattison Children’s Hospital reached 70 per cent completion. The building is now at its final shape with all lev...


Strong response to end of Energy East

TransCanada Corp. is pulling the plug on its Energy East pipeline project, and the reaction has been swift and strong from Saskatchewan. The company had asked the National ...


Government backs off on taxing employee discounts

After media across the country reported on changes to CRA rules, adding a requirement that taxes and CPP be paid on employee discounts, a spokesman for the National Revenue Mi...


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Saskatchewan building permits up in August

Building permits in Saskatchewan took a big leap in August – rising 17.5 per cent over last August (seasonally adjusted) and well above the 0.6 per cent recorded nationally. ...


RCMP clock test drive at 224 km/h

According to Manitoba RCMP, A 20 year old male was test driving a 2017 Mercedes CLS on the Perimeter Highway yesterday afternoon, when he passed an RCMP Traffic Services cruis...


Federal NDP leader would be comfortable with Quebec separation

Campaigning in a byelection in Quebec Tuesday, NDP Leader Jagmeet Singh suggested he would be comfortable if Quebecers decided to split from the rest of Canada. Speaking to...


Saskatchewan announces ag scholarship program

Today, Agriculture Minister Lyle Stewart announced the 2018 Saskatchewan Agriculture Student Scholarship program. “This year’s scholarship theme, ‘Our Food has a Story’, en...


Scott Moe promises action on rural landfills

Saskatchewan Party Leadership candidate Scott Moe announced his plan to undertake a fulsome review of waste management policies in the province, specifically landfills in rura...


Shriners plan fundraiser with Janovsky, Ray St. Germain

The Moosomin Shrine Club is planning a fundraiser this Friday with entertainers Martin Janovsky and Ray St. Germain. But the star of the show may turn out not to be one of th...


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Saskatchewan unemployment drops

Saskatchewan’s unemployment rate in September was 6.2 per cent (seasonally adjusted), down from 6.4 per cent a month ago and 6.9 per cent from September 2016. “Recent econo...


Meth, cocaine seized by RCMP valued at $174,000

On October 6, 2017 Members of the Estevan RCMP conducted a vehicle stop on a vehicle suspected of being involved in a dangerous driving incident. The vehicle was stopped on...


Liberal government to collect tax, CPP on employee discounts

The Canada Revenue Agency is going to start taxing employee discounts. Employer organizations long thought the new rule was a mistake, but a spokesperson for the CRA has c...


Portage RCMP respond to barricades on Highway 1

Early Saturday morning, October 7, 2017, at 4:25 am, the Portage la Prairie RCMP received a report of barricades being placed in the eastbound lane of Highway 1 at Highway 13 ...


Estevan RCMP arrest three in drug investigation

On October 7, 2017 Members of the Estevan RCMP conducted a vehicle stop on a vehicle suspected of being involved in a dangerous driving incident. As a result of the invest...


Living Skies Come Alive: Fireworks weekend raised $150,000

The 2017 Living Skies Come Alive International Fireworks Competition on the August long weekend was the most successful fundraiser in the history of Moosomin Regional Park, ra...


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