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The Government of Saskatchewan is making training mandatory for employees who sell and serve alcohol. 

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The Government of Saskatchewan is optimistic that a new trade deal between Canada and the European Union will lead to greater export opportunities for Saskatchewan farmers.

The Canada-European Union Comprehensive Economic and Trade Agreement (CETA) came into effect last Thursday, Sept. 21, bringing in new opportunities for Saskatchewan farmers to export their produce. CETA makes it easier to export and import goods between Canada and the EU by eliminating 98 per cent of tariffs, creating more trade opportunities between the two.

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Citizens rally for prisoner's rights. Photo by Rebbeca Marroquin.

A letter written by a Regina advocacy group is getting the public’s attention.

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Saskatchewan small towns are facing decreases in population. In this photo, Pense, Saskatchewan has a quiet afternoon. Photo by Brenna Engel.

Small towns. The friendly, peaceful and slower paced way of life. To many people, that way of life sounds like heaven, yet the population of many towns in Saskatchewan is in decline. There are still some people, though, who are willing to buck the trend and give small town life a try.

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Over 230 registered for the 2017 Native Prairie Restoration/Reclamation Workshop, photo by Celine Grimard

While the prairies may look tough at first glance, nature’s balance is delicate. This is the challenge conservationists are tackling at the 2017 Native Prairie Restoration and Reclamation Workshop. The workshop, organized by the Saskatchewan Prairie Conservation Action Plan, runs Feb. 8 to 9 at the Ramada Hotel in downtown Regina.   

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While the U.S. Senate’s appointment of wealthy businesswoman Betsy DeVos as education secretary has raised alarm among public education advocates – who say she lacks experience with public schools and may divert funds to private options – here in Saskatchewan, debates over education funding and public-private models are nothing new.

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When the temperature in Regina reaches -45 C school bus services are cancelled, but schools remain open.. Photo by Brenna Engel.

It’s -45 C. Welcome to Saskatchewan. For Regina Public Schools that means buses aren’t running, though schools remain open. Locals joke that the schools themselves don’t close because they’re buit “Saskatchewan tough.”

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Biology professor Kerri Finlay

University of Regina researchers seeking to discover if dugouts can help offset greenhouse gases emitted by farmers have received a funding boost from the province.

Saskatchewan agriculture minister Lyle Stewart announced on Jan. 12 that Saskatchewan's Agriculture Development Fund will receive over $7 million this year to support 46 agriculture research projects.

“This keeps us ahead of the game, it costs a little money but it’s money well spent,” said Stewart at a press conference in Saskatoon.

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