Sask. NDP calls on premier to distance government from ‘yellow vest’ movement

In the wake of the Christchurch, New Zealand mosque shootings that claimed the lives of 50 people at prayer, Monday’s session at the Saskatchewan Legislative Assembly began with a member’s statement from Opposition Leader Ryan Meili condemning the attack and similar violence. This became the dominant theme throughout question period. Rural and Remote Health Minister Greg Ottenbriet and Highways Minister

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WHL Roundup: Sunday, March 17, 2019

CRANBROOK, B.C. – The Western Hockey League’s Kootenay Ice pulled out the win in their final game at Western Financial Place. Michael Milne scored the winner at 14:16 of the third period as Kootenay edged the Red Deer Rebels 5-4 on Sunday — the last day of the WHL regular season. Earlier in the year it was announced that the

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Regina Pats drop final season game 5-4 in shootout to Brandon Wheat Kings

Stelio Mattheos and Luka Burzan scored in the shootout to lift the Brandon Wheat Kings (31-29-4-4) 5-4 over the Regina Pats (19-45-1-3) in Western Hockey League (WHL) in Saturday night. RECAP: Pats finish season with hard fought 5-4 shootout loss in Brandon Saturday. Details Here: https://t.co/t6fNsa3OsH#JoinTheRegiment pic.twitter.com/mMu7rcGcWA — Regina Pats (@WHLPats) March 17, 2019 Connor Gutenberg had a goal and

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B.C. Court of Appeal to hear province’s challenge of Trans Mountain pipeline expansion Monday

British Columbia’s Court of Appeal will consider a key question regarding provincial powers in the political battle over the future of the Trans Mountain pipeline expansion project during a five-day hearing that starts Monday. The B.C. government’s reference case asks the court if the province has jurisdiction to regulate the transport of oil through its territory and restrict bitumen shipments

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