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    Nurses Not Prepared for Ebola: SUN President

    The Saskatchewan Union of Nurses president Tracy Zambory says the nurses in the province aren't prepared to handle a case of Ebola. One medical official says the equipment and training is in place, but training healthcare workers on how to prevent their own infection is the priority. Zambory also says nurses will work with the province to ensure patient ...

  • MRI's Could Become Privatized

    The province is considering allowing citizens to pay for their own MRI scans to alleviate wait times, targetting a 2-7 day wait period. Saskatoon is currently the largest health regi ...

  • Low Oil Prices: Good For Drivers, Bad for Budget

    Lowered recent oil prices could prove to be a potential problem for Saskatchewan's treasury. Earlier this spring the finance department forecasted to collect $1.6 billion dollars in ...

  • Fire Out at Prud'homme

    The Prud'homme natural gas site fire that had been burning for over a week has finally been extinguished, but a plug still needs to be installed to cap the natural gas from leaking in ...

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    Klippers Push Winning Streak to Five

    The Iron Horse Kindersley Klippers kept their winning ways going this past weekend with two dramatic victories. On Saturday night, it was "Ready, Set, Pink" night where fans in
  • West Central Rage Drop Two

    The West Central Rage dropped two games this weekend in the Prairie Junior Hockey League. The Rage came up against the Traveland RV Storm on Saturday, fallin

  • Riders Drop 4th Straight, Fall to Eskimos

    The Saskatchewan Roughriders are struggling to find consistent play throughout their lineup for sixty minutes and it's hurting the team. After taking a 13-4

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    Agriculture Causes Provincial GDP to Slow

    A slower year in agriculture will make an effect on the provincial economy, as GDP is forecasted to grow by 1 percent this year, down from 4.8 percent in 2013. The farm sector e
  • Harvest Nearly Complete

        Several farmers in the West Central Region are putting away the combine and getting ready for the winter season. According to the most recent

  • Honey Rates Lower Than Ever

      Believe it or not but Saskatchewan, Manitoba and Alberta produce 80% of Canadian honey. Saskatchewan alone produces 43% of the national product valued

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