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Saskatoon man sends complaint over 'Merry Christmas' bus message

Saskatoon - Ashu M.G. Solo, a Saskatoon atheist, has issued a complaint to the city after he was apparently offended by a "Merry Christmas" message that appeared on electronic displays on Saskatoon Transit buses.

News anchor and Paralympian exchange stories on disability Special

Saskatoon - Invited to speak at the Entrepreneurs with Disabilities Program's Luncheon in Saskatoon, award winning Global News anchor Julie Mintenko and Paralympian champion Alexandre Dupont revealed personal stories that moved all.

Calgary, Saskatoon city councils proposing property tax hikes

Calgary - Both Calgary and Saskatoon residents could be seeing their property taxes increase. The city council in Calgary is debating whether or not to lower next year's property tax hike, while Saskatoon is putting forth a five percent raise.

Review: Street art flourishing across Saskatoon Special

Saskatoon - The Canadian city of Saskatoon is quaint, friendly and also boasts some impressive sculptures and street art downtown. Here are some of the most impressive pieces I came across during a recent visit.

Photo essay: Canada's only synchrotron particle accelerator Special

Saskatoon - One of the world's few particle accelerators, the synchrotron at Canadian Light Source in Saskatoon creates incredibly strong beams of light to help researchers with medical and environmental science experiments.

Pankiw to Run for Federal Election in Saskatoon-Humboldt

Saskatoon - Jim Pankiw brings great attention on himself once again in the Saskatoon community, finding new ways to stir old controversy.

Saskatoon woman hit by car while crossing street

A woman, 36, has been charged with failing to yield to a pedestrian at College Drive and Wiggins Ave. in Saskatoon. The pedestrian was treated at hospital for minor injuries and released.

Police bust mushroom grow-op in Saskatoon

A psilocybin (mushroom) grow operation was busted by the Saskatoon Integrated Drug Unit on Wednesday. Three individuals face a number of charges.
 

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In a recent poll  a majority of Canadians mentioned a preference for... beer. Kathy  a volunteer for...
In a recent poll, a majority of Canadians mentioned a preference for... beer. Kathy, a volunteer for Canada Day, is happy to oblige.
At the end of her speech  Julie Mintenko was surprised to receive a gift  as a thank you note for he...
At the end of her speech, Julie Mintenko was surprised to receive a gift, as a thank you note for her work, from artist Kevin Hastings. Those who, like Julie, are country music fans, will recognize Keith Urban.
In the usual order: Kelsey and Elena Bentley  both sisters with Charcot-Marie-Tooth disease  but non...
In the usual order: Kelsey and Elena Bentley, both sisters with Charcot-Marie-Tooth disease, but nonetheless active, one wanting a career in music, the other already managing her own dance studio; Jerry Kapeluck, 37 years old, businessman, suffering from spina-bifida; and his parents, Dwayne and Marilyn, both an example of courage in the face of adversity (Marilyn gave a kidney to a daughter who is also sick).
Lest we forget that Vikings once visited this country. From left to right:  Shayla  Jill  Amber and ...
Lest we forget that Vikings once visited this country. From left to right: Shayla, Jill, Amber and Gord.
Members of the Saskatchewan Association for Community Living  responsible for the obvious success of...
Members of the Saskatchewan Association for Community Living, responsible for the obvious success of the 2012 disABILITY Expo in Saskatoon. Standing are Kevin McTavish, Executive Director, and Kim Hague, Assistant Executive Director; with Bonnie Cherewyk, Communications and research advocate.
The city of Saskatoon
The city of Saskatoon
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The executioner s final blow:  I was hiding when I took this photo.
The executioner's final blow: I was hiding when I took this photo.
The victim s body lies where it fell.
The victim's body lies where it fell.
Construction site in Saskatoon.
Construction site in Saskatoon.
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Life lines. According to these  the fellow was in his 50s.
Life lines. According to these, the fellow was in his 50s.
A view of the crowd in Saskatoon s Diefenbaker Park.
A view of the crowd in Saskatoon's Diefenbaker Park.
Alexandre Dupont  with Chelsea Machushek  who made the opening remarks at the Entrepreneurs with Dis...
Alexandre Dupont, with Chelsea Machushek, who made the opening remarks at the Entrepreneurs with Disabilities Program's Luncheon.
He appeared strong and healthy  but everyone knew about disease running in his family tree.
He appeared strong and healthy, but everyone knew about disease running in his family tree.
Members of Saskatoon s radio station C-95 FM on stage to give away some gifts (and tickets to a Just...
Members of Saskatoon's radio station C-95 FM on stage to give away some gifts (and tickets to a Justin Bieber show)
The Big C  with Beth  Stephen and Lawrence  during Canada Day celebrations in Saskatoon s Diefenbake...
The Big C, with Beth, Stephen and Lawrence, during Canada Day celebrations in Saskatoon's Diefenbaker Park.
The execution starts with a haircut.
The execution starts with a haircut.

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