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Sask. population still rising despite oil slump

By CKOM News Despite the slump in the oil patch, more people called Saskatchewan home in the first four months of 2015. As of April, 1,134,402 people were living in the province according to Stats...

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More improvements for Blackstrap Provincial Park

By CKOM News A new beach service centre at Blackstrap Provincial Park will make the lake experience more enjoyable for visitors. The province is spending $500,000 on the project. The funding, which...

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City completes construction on Saskatoon's River Landing

By CKOM News After a decade of construction, the city has completed its work in the development of Saskatoon’s River Landing. The riverfront space lies between Third Avenue South and Avenue C South,...

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Sask. opens 'Express Entry' for skilled immigrants

By Andrew Shepherd It’s now easier and faster for immigrants who are skilled workers to come to Saskatchewan. They can now apply for permanent residency through the online Express Entry category of...

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Province hears suggestions on proposed Saskatoon bypass

By François Biber It took 100 years to complete Circle Dive, so how long until Saskatoon can expect a perimeter bypass to take? That’s the burning question for people at a stakeholder open house...

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Warm, dry weather could harm Sask. crop yields

By CKOM News Saskatchewan farmers need rain, and they need it soon. Saskatchewan Ministry of Agriculture crop specialist Shannon Friesen said the hot weather is causing some crops to flower too early....

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New trade centre for Regina's Evraz Place

By CJME News Within two years, Regina’s Agribition and the Farm Progress Show will have a brand-new venue with the announcement of funding for a new International Trade Centre at Evraz Place. The...

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U of S prof says Sask. needs to prepare for new wildfire reality

By Kurtis Doering In the wake of unprecedented wildfire evacuations and a nine-figure firefighting bill, northern communities and the province of Saskatchewan need to rethink the way they prepare for...

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Saskatoon police look to add more interpreters to bridge growing language gap

By Brent Bosker Saskatoon is growing and so too are the number of languages spoken in the city.  It’s why the Saskatoon Police Service is looking to add more interpreters to its team. “We use so many...

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U of S welcomes international students back to school

By Bryn Levy Thousands of international students at the University of Saskatchewan join those making their way back-to-school this week. The school is hosting about 2,500 students from abroad this...

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Latest population numbers show Sask. still growing

By Lisa Schick Saskatchewan is still growing, despite the economic downturn.  The province's population grew by about 3,100 people from April to July this year, bringing the total up to 1,133,637....

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Saskatchewan's population continues to grow

By CJME News Saskatchewan's population continues to grow at the second-highest rate in the country. Statistics Canada released numbers Wednesday on population growth in the third quarter of 2015,...

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Sask. NDP points to 5,700 people moving to other provinces since 2013

By Sarah Mills Not everyone wants to call Saskatchewan home. Even with the provincial population hitting record highs, recent numbers show 5,700 people left the province since 2013 to move elsewhere...

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Regina-area population above 240,000, 5th-highest growth rate in Canada

By Sarah Mills Regina and surrounding communities are now home to 241,422 people.  The latest figures from Statistics Canada show a 1.87 per cent increase in our population.  The numbers up to July 1,...

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Brad Wall wants federal budget to give Sask. $570M back

By Sarah Mills As the federal government delivers its first budget next week, Brad Wall is hoping it will include $570 million for Saskatchewan. That is the amount of money taxpayers in the province...

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