Thursday, August 11, 2022

Eagle Feather News Editor, Publisher Moving On After 24 Years

After 24 years at the helm, John Lagimodiere is resigning his role as the editor and publisher of Eagle Feather News, the Sask.-based Indigenous newspaper. As per the newspaper's webpage,...

Planned Launch of Thousands of Satellites Could Destroy Our View of Night Skies –...

If the launch of thousands of artificial satellites continues as planned, future generations may have to begin singing 'Twinkle Twinkle Little StarLink,' a possibility that has one astronomy professor concerned. Humans...

Saskatchewan Health Authority Warns of Increased COVID-19 Exposure Risk at Brown’s Socialhouse in Moose...

The Sask. Health Authority is warning about a rising COVID-19 exposure risk in Moose Jaw. The exposure happened at Brown’s Socialhouse on 11 River St. W. The SHA says someone who...

Saskatchewan Moves Ahead with Plans to Develop Its Export Market

Saskatchewan plans to emerge from the pandemic with a larger presence on the international stage than ever before. Eighteen months into the pandemic, Saskatchewan is halfway through an expansion plan that...

2 Dead Following Incident at Meadow Lake Campground: RCMP

Two persons are dead after what the RCMP terms a “serious incident” at the Lions Regional park campground in Meadow Lake, Saskatchewan. They were adults, and a third individual was...

Saskatchewan Storm Chaser Takes Photos of Tornado Near Ituna

As an amateur storm chaser, Kyle Rathgeber travels to see tornadoes form. He did not have to go very far to witness one on Tuesday afternoon. Rathgeber was on his...

Health Authority Announces Wave of Confirmed and Suspected COVID-19 Outbreaks in Regina Care Homes

Saskatchewan health officials have announced a wave of newly confirmed and suspected COVID-19 care home outbreaks in Regina. On Monday, the Sask. Health Authority said many cases of COVID-19 were...

Saskatchewan Harvest Well Ahead of 5-year Average but Some Yields Worse than Expected: Crop...

Harvest in Saskatchewan is well ahead of schedule, but some producers say they are seeing below-average yields and moisture levels stay low because of this season’s drought, as per...

Parks Canada is seeking the public’s help to understand lake trout decline at Kingsmere...

Parks Canada hopes to find out more about the state of the fisheries and the health of the species at Prince Albert National Park. It has turned out that...

Saskatchewan Education Minister Says Child Care Agreement with Feds May Come Later this Week

As the potential for a federal election looms, one advocacy group is calling for quicker progress on a child care agreement between the Saskatchewan and federal governments. The region’s...