Family forced out of Northwoods finds new home

The nightmare is nearly over for a family forced to leave Saskatoon’s troubled Northwoods Inn and Suites. They say they have found a house to move into after some helpful people contacted them. “It’s just a huge weight taken off ...

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Balfour alumni celebrate school’s 85th anniversary

Old year books, sports sweaters and other treasures from days gone by were on display as students of Balfour Collegiatel in Regina celebrated the school’s 85th anniversary. For some, the open house Friday was an opportunity to walk the halls ...

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Texas floods: Authorities find body of 87-year-old man

Floodwaters submerged highways and threatened homes Friday in Texas as another round of heavy rain added to the damage inflicted by storms that have killed at least 23 people and left 13 missing. The line of thunderstorms that stalled over Dallas ...

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Texas legislature approves openly carrying handguns

The Republican-dominated Texas legislature approved a measure on Friday that would allow for openly carrying handguns in public in the state, a bill the governor has pledged to sign. The bill would allow licensed Texans to be out in public ...

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Holland College tuition increasing 3%

Holland College students will see a tuition increase of three per cent this fall. The increase applies to full-time programs. The college has several tuition levels. The majority of its program tuitions fall into three primary bands that will now ...

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Peter MacKay: Nearly 20 years in the political spotlight

Peter MacKay has been celebrated for his advocacy for the Canadian Forces, put under fire over the F-35 fiasco, recognized for his role in uniting the right and objectified as Canada’s sexiest MP. As the 49-year-old minister of justice announces he is stepping down after ...

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