Saskatchewan has highest proportion of children using food banks: report

According to a recent report, more children in Saskatchewan use food banks than anywhere else in Canada. Food Banks Canada’s 2018 report found 43 per cent of people using the food bank in the province were children, roughly 10 per cent higher than the national average. READ MORE: Saskatoon Wildlife Federation feeding community with food bank donation The Saskatoon Food

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Province seeks solutions for proposed Trespass Act changes

Proposed changes to Saskatchewan’s Trespass Act has garnered mixed reaction since it was announced in fall of 2018. The new legislation would require people to get permission from land owners before they go on private property. Under current regulations, it’s the land owner’s responsibility to fence, post land, or have “no trespassing” signs. “We’re just reversing that onus to say

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$12M for renovations at Fond du Lac Airport in northern Saskatchewan

Transport Canada announced a federal investment of $12,148,100 to go towards safety at the Fond du Lac Airport in northern Saskatchewan. It will fund upgrades that include rehabilitating the asphalt on the runway and airfield lighting system as well as installation of a precision approach path indicator system. READ MORE: Transportation Safety Board makes recommendations after Fond du Lac plane crash

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City of Regina suspending pilot project that traps and euthanizes rabbits

The City of Regina is no longer trapping and euthanizing rabbits to control the increasing numbers in Harbour Landing — for now. Despite the recent backlash on social media, the city says it’s being suspended because the traps are being tampered with. The city says it’s looking for other solutions, but in the meantime, it will turn to other deterrents such

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