Provinces vs. the feds: who really has power over resources?

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A legal expert that was involved in crafting Canada's 1982 constitution doesn't believe provinces will have much luck claiming complete control over what they do with their natural resources.

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Wakaw Poachers receive fines totalling $16,960

Conservation Trucks

A routine hunter compliance check last fall turned into an investigation for one family that uncovered a pattern of unethical hunting practices and offences spanning 10 years. 

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SLGA stores set to close


The provincial government is getting out of the liquor vending business. So says Premier Scott Moe by way of last Wednesday’s Throne Speech. The remaining 34 operating liquor stores will be phased out in a plan to be determined in the near future. That planning will likely look at labour force transition as remaining workers face layoffs.

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Saskatchewan launching biosimilar initiative to lower drug costs


Saskatchewan's Ministry of Health introduced a biosimilars initiative this morning that they say will ensure Saskatchewan residents have access to high-quality medications at a lower cost.

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Cudworth's Cianna Lieffers joins AHL for the coming season

Cianna Lieffers

Cudworth native Cianna Lieffers is a regular fixture reffing SJHL games, including Saturday night’s Broncos tilt with the Melville Millionaires. Now, the 27 year old veteran official is poised to become one of 11 women joining the reffing ranks in the AHL. 

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