SaskPower puts brakes on $630M hydro project in northern Sask.

SaskPower is pausing its development of the Tazi Twé hydroelectric project near Black Lake, Sask. due to a decline in the projected demand for power in the region. “We have decided not to proceed with construction until there is a viable business case for this project, which is largely dependent on economic activity in northern Saskatchewan,” SaskPower president Mike Marsh

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Riders lottery president makes waves with pro-Trump comments

Fans of the Saskatchewan Roughriders are lashing out after the Friends of the Riders president aligned himself with U.S. President Donald Trump and his views of kneeling football players. Tom Shepherd, a former president of the Saskatchewan Roughriders, currently runs the team’s fundraising lottery. (CBC News) Tom Shepherd runs the lottery which sells draw tickets and 50/50 tickets to raise money

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Hannah Leflar’s family says accomplice worse than killer for not stopping murder

For the second time this year, the family of Hannah Leflar had to face and speak to someone involved in her murder. The sentencing hearing for the teenager who has pleaded guilty to second-degree murder in the January 2015 death of Leflar continued at Court of Queen’s Bench in Regina on Monday with 13 victim impact statements from the 16-year-old’s family.

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Hannah Leflar’s family says accomplice worse than killer for not stopping murder

For the second time this year, the family of Hannah Leflar had to face and speak to someone involved in her murder. The sentencing hearing for the teenager who has pleaded guilty to second-degree murder in the January 2015 death of Leflar continued at Court of Queen’s Bench in Regina on Monday with 13 victim impact statements from the 16-year-old’s family.

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