Category Archives: Saskatchewan News

‘We shouldn’t have to go on our hands and knees,’ residential school survivor says of Pope apology

The Pope shouldn’t have to be asked to come to Canada and apologize for the harm inflicted by the residential school system, says one survivor. Prime Minister Justin Trudeau met with Pope Francis Monday and asked for an apology on behalf of residential school survivors. Following the meeting, the Vatican issued a statement saying Pope Francis will consider the request.

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Man injured after possible shooting in Regina

Regina police are investigating a possible shooting after an incident that occurred early Monday morning. Police were called to the 200-300 block area of Fines Drive at about 3:30 a.m. CST for reports of possible gunfire. Upon arrival, a 24-year-old man was found with serious but non-life-threatening injuries and was transported to hospital. Police believe an altercation took place prior

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CN Rail, Teamsters reach tentative deal to avoid strike

Canadian National Railway and the union for more than 3,000 conductors, train and yard workers have reached an agreement in principle on a new collective agreement, averting a possible labour disruption that could have started early Tuesday morning. Teamsters Canada Rail Conference president Doug Finnson told CBC News the two sides are still working on the wording of the agreement. A CN spokesman said the

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