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Sask. Finance Minister satisfied with 75 per cent share of marijuana tax revenue

Mon, Dec 11: After a daylong meeting, federal finance minister Bill Morneau and his provincial counterparts have agreed to a 75/25 per cent split of marijuana tax revenue, with a majority going to the provinces. Ottawa originally pitched a 50/50 split with the provinces, but that idea was rejected. David Baxter reports. like & share:

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Minhas set to build new multi-million dollar distillery in Regina

Mon, Dec 11: Minhas Sask Ventures Inc. announced on Monday that they will be building a new distillery and winery in Regina. The multi-million dollar project includes construction of a state-of-the-art building for the new distillery and winery as well as a public tasting room, off sales retail and a gift shop. David Baxter reports. like & share:

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Saskatchewan influenza activity on the rise with experts urging flu vaccine

Influenza activity has begun to surge across the country and Saskatchewan is no exception. According to surveillance data conducted by the province on influenza rates, confirmed cases this flu season are up 60 per cent compared to this same time last year. READ MORE: Saskatchewan Health Authority launches, replacing 12 provincial health regions There have been two ICU admissions since

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Snow, freezing rain, wind expected in southern Saskatchewan

Environment Canada has issued a special weather statement for precipitation and wind in southern Saskatchewan. While unseasonably mild conditions persist, a developing weather system over the northern Alberta/Saskatchewan border is forecast to track through central Saskatchewan on Sunday afternoon. Related Saskatoon weather outlook: warm up makes roads sloppy slippery Caution urged on snowy roads after multiple crashes in Saskatoon area

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Photography club inspires youth in northern Saskatchewan

A club in northern Saskatchewan is helping heal and transform lives in their remote community through their photography. It all started with primary care nurse Dre Erwin, who took up the hobby during a difficult season of his life. READ MORE: Sask. children’s advocate raises alarm bells over Indigenous youth suicide rate Related Your Saskatchewan – Saskatoon: December 2017 Young

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