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BUSINESS

A quarter of the crop is now in the bin

Warm weather and wind has allowed combining to resume, according to Saskatchewan Agriculture’s Weekly Crop Report issued on Thursday, September 19.

Twenty-three per cent of the crop is now in the bin, up from 18 per cent last week, still well behind the five-year (2014-18) average of 50 per cent for this time of year. Read the entire story – Click here

NEWS

September is childhood and youth cancer awareness month

Highways and Infrastructure Minister Greg Ottenbreit on behalf of Health Minister Jim Reiter joined with parents and youth at a flag-raising ceremony at the Legislative Building on Thursday, September 19 to mark September as Childhood and Youth Cancer Awareness Month in Saskatchewan. Read the entire story – Click here

SPORTS

Rush land transition tandem in NLL draft

The Saskatchewan Rush handled their business almost exactly as they planned at the 2019 National Lacrosse League Entry Draft.

“Very happy with what we got done. We were focused on adding younger defensive guys and getting a good right-handed forward in the first round and we did that,” said Rush GM/Head Coach Derek Keenan. Read the entire story – Click here

NEWS

Province tables contract offer to teachers as negotiations begin

The provincial government tabled a collective bargaining contract offer to teachers as negotiations began on Tuesday, September 17. Read the entire story – Click here

NEWS

Two men face drugs, weapons, vehicle theft charges

Two Saskatoon men were arrested early this morning in connection to a stolen vehicle with drugs and weapons inside. Read the entire story – Click here