Rush re-sign Shattler to two-year contract

After two potent seasons of offensive production, veteran forward Jeff Shattler has agreed to a new two-year contract with the Saskatchewan Rush. Read the entire story – Click here


Police seek persons of interest in murder investigation

The two people in this surveillance photo have been identified as persons of interest by police

The Saskatoon Police Service (SPS) is requesting the public’s assistance in identifying two persons of interest in relation to the homicide of 36-year-old, Daniel Joseph Morrison.

Morrison was found injured on the Meewasin Trail on May 26, 2019 before he succumbed to his injuries in hospital hours later. This was Saskatoon’s fifth homicide of the year. As part of the ongoing investigation, the police have not released a cause of death. Read the entire story – Click here


Crop development lagging across province

Oiilseed crops, including canola, are behind development

Crops continue to develop across the province, according to Saskatchewan Agriculture’s weekly Crop Report, released on Thursday, July 18.

Sixty-three per cent of the fall and spring cereals, 53 per cent of the oilseeds, and 73 per cent of the pulse crops are at their normal stages of development for this time of year. Read the entire story – Click here


Company banned in SK for bilking investors

The Financial and Consumer Affairs Authority of Saskatchewan (FCAA) has sanctioned Ronald James Aitkens, 1252064 Alberta Ltd., 1330075 Alberta Ltd., Harvest Capital Management Inc., and Harvest Group GP Corporation for committing a fraud and making untrue or misleading statements to investors. Read the entire story – Click here


Russell Mirasty to be sworn in as new Lieutenant Governor

Premier Scott Moe announced on Wednesday, July 17 that Saskatchewan’s 23rd Lieutenant Governor, Russell B. Mirasty, will be sworn in on Thursday, July 18, 2019, at Government House.  To allow for an immediate commencement of duties, the new Lieutenant Governor will assume office during a swearing in ceremony, with a formal installation ceremony to occur at a later date at the Legislative Building. Read the entire story – Click here