‘A huge loss’: Edmonton Liberian community holds mass for 3 women killed in Sask. crash

Members of Edmonton’s Liberian community are still visibly shaken two days after three pillars of their tight-knit community were killed in a car crash near Lloydminster, Sask. More than 100 friends and family mourned at The Solid Rock International Ministries of Edmonton on Sunday during the church’s first service since Glorious Blamo, 35, Eva Fatu Tumbay, 37, and Jeanette Wright, 53,

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Sask. Roughriders stand arm-in-arm during O Canada at Mosaic Stadium

Players with the Saskatchewan Roughriders locked arms during the national anthem at Sunday’s game versus the Calgary Stampeders at Regina’s Mosaic Stadium. NFL protests: Players, owners defy Trump during anthem NFL owners speak out in support of players against Donald Trump NFL commissioner, players’ union angrily denounce Donald Trump This comes after U.S. President Donald Trump posted comments on Twitter

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Paralympian Miranda Biletski sues University of Regina for diving injuries

As the first woman on Canada’s national team for wheelchair rugby — also known as murderball — Paralympian Miranda Biletski never dwelled on the 2005 diving accident that left her quadriplegic. That doesn’t mean she accepts how it happened. A three-week jury trial begins Monday for her lawsuit against the University of Regina, which she claims was negligent. At 16, the

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Canadian band brings their politically-charged music to Saskatchewan

Katie Stelmanis sees performing as a platform and an opportunity to make her voice heard. Stelmanis is the front person for the band Austra. Their latest album, Future Politics, provides a social commentary on the political world, gender politics and the environment. How science fiction helped Austra’s Katie Stelmanis craft Future Politics “We’re just in a time where it’s kind

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Airlines rev up to offer discount airfares — but don’t be blinded by the price, say experts

Canadian airlines are lining up to offer the latest trend in air travel: cheap, no-frills fares.  But passengers should be careful what they wish for. That’s because some may find the discount fares so stripped down, they’re just not worth it. “Anything you want in terms of comfort, convenience and flexibility, you can bet you’re going to pay [extra] for it,”

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