Today in the city Saskatoon 23.09.2018
Annual Wheelchair Relay in Saskatoon raises awareness, funds for people with spinal cord injuries

The relay race, which raised more than $15,000 for Spinal Cord Injury Saskatchewan, featured teams of four competing to see who could be first across the finish line.

Morneau Dishing A 'Little Baloney' With Claim Families Wealthier Under Liberals

OTTAWA — "Our plan — to invest in people, to strengthen and grow the middle class, and to build an economy that works for everyone — is working. By this time next year, a typical fam...

Les Braves sont champions de division

ATLANTA - Mike Foltynewicz n'a pas donné de coup sûr avant la septième et les Braves d'Atlanta ont gagné 5-3 contre les Phillies de Philadelphie, samedi, méritan...

Saskatoon teachers work to improve mental health literacy for their students

Fifty teachers from the Saskatoon area participated in a three-day mental health literacy training program.

Philippe Couillard Stands By Claim $75 Per Week Can Feed Family Of 3

MONTREAL — Liberal Leader Philippe Couillard is standing by his claim that $75 is enough for a family of three to feed itself for a week, saying it just requires a lot of work and an eye for bar...

Steve Clark, Ontario Municipal Affairs Minister, Gets Asked Why His Riding Has 96 Councillors

The Ontario minister leading the charge to cut the size of Toronto's city council was put on the spot to explain why his riding has 96 municipal politicians and Canada's largest city will soon have 25...

Alberta assignment asks students to identify 'positive effect' of residential schools

Alberta education officials are apologizing after students were asked to identify the positive effects of the residential school system.

Downtown Saskatoon collision between vehicle, pedestrian in wheelchair

Saskatoon police were called to a collision between a vehicle and a pedestrian in a wheelchair on Thursday afternoon.

Potential replacements for Phoenix pay system to start testing soon, Treasury Board president says

It’s estimated that Phoenix will cost taxpayers in excess of $1 billion, which includes the system’s original startup and measures enacted since then to stabilize the government payroll.

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