Category Archives: Saskatchewan News

WHL Roundup: Saturday, October 19, 2019

WINNIPEG – Carson Lambos scored twice as the Winnipeg ICE downed the Saskatoon Blades 4-1. Lambos struck the game winning power play goal for the ICE (5-4-1) at 3:06 of the first period. Connor McClennon and Chase Hartje also scored for Winnipeg. Riley McKay scored for the Blades (7-5-0). Jesse Makaj turned away 14 shots for the Ice while Koen

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Your Saskatchewan: October 2019

email us if you have a picture to submit for Your Saskatchewan. READ MORE: Your Saskatchewan — October 2019 Photos should be at least 920 pixels wide and in jpeg format. Here is the Your Saskatchewan photo gallery for October: Brendan Jasper took the October 1 Your Saskatchewan photo near Wolseley. Brendan Jasper / Viewer Submitted The October 2 Your

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WHL Roundup: Friday, October 18, 2019

KAMLOOPS, B.C. – Dylan Garand stopped all 23 shots he faced as the Kamloops Blazers blanked the Vancouver Giants 6-0 on Friday in Western Hockey League action. Zane Franklin had a hat trick to lead Kamloops (7-4-0), while Logan Stankoven, Quinn Schmiemann and Martin Lang also scored. David Tendeck turned aside 24 shots for Vancouver (6-6-0). The Blazers were 4

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WHL Roundup: Friday, October 18, 2019

KAMLOOPS, B.C. – Dylan Garand stopped all 23 shots he faced as the Kamloops Blazers blanked the Vancouver Giants 6-0 on Friday in Western Hockey League action. Zane Franklin had a hat trick to lead Kamloops (7-4-0), while Logan Stankoven, Quinn Schmiemann and Martin Lang also scored. David Tendeck turned aside 24 shots for Vancouver (6-6-0). The Blazers were 4

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‘Clearly at an impasse’: No deal reached after talks continue between Sask. Crowns and union

No deal has been reached after talks resumed Friday between the union representing thousands of striking Crown-utility workers in Saskatchewan and their employers. “Once again, we got the standard letter back from the premier and the two ministers saying, ‘we apologize for not meeting, we don’t think it’s appropriate for us to meet with Unifor. We would prefer to allow the collective

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‘We’re drowning’: Construction woes continue for Victoria Ave. businesses

While construction season is nearing its end in parts of Regina, it seems to be getting worse on Victoria Avenue, according to Beata Kowalski, Fresh and Sweet co-owner. “It’s unbelievably frustrating and pretty impossible to get here,” Kowalski said. Construction for phase one of the Victoria Avenue beautification project has been ongoing for roughly four months. It includes curb and

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