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One dead, three injured in crash near Aberdeen

One person was killed and three others were injured, at least two seriously, in a two-vehicle collision on Highway 41 south of Aberdeen on Thursday, January 23.

Saskatoon RCMP said the collision occurred at about 6:15 p.m. Read the entire story – Click here

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Suspects arrested on drug trafficking, firearms charges

Two men are facing charges following an investigation by the Saskatoon Police Service Drug Unit. Read the entire story – Click here

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Snowmobile safety tips

MADD Canada and MADD Saskatchewan Chapters are happy to collaborate with Saskatchewan Snowmobile Association (SSA) for an important safety campaign in time for International Snowmobile Safety week, which is January 18-26. Read the entire story – Click here

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Metis Nation launches Michif language program

The United Nations declared 2019 the International Year of Indigenous Languages, which helped to raise public awareness of the perilous state of many Indigenous languages in Canada. For the Métis, the Michif language faces extinction if decisive action is not taken soon. Just how high are the stakes? According to Canada’s most recent census data (2016), there are only about 640 people living in Canada who speak Michif, as either a first or second language.

The Métis Nation – Saskatchewan (MN-S) is taking strategic action to reverse the Michif language downward trend. Today, President Glen McCallum announced the The Future of Michif Program, a multifaceted educational initiative designed to get more Métis speaking their traditional language. Read the entire story – Click here

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Truck stolen in Martensville

Warman Detachment RCMP would like the public to be on lookout for a 2008 dark blue Chevrolet Silverado with SK licence plate 858 CZW. Read the entire story – Click here