‘We all hold it close to our heart’: Sask. man pays tribute to the Humboldt Broncos with chain mail flag

What started off as a hobby has now turned into one man’s mission to pay tribute to the Humboldt Broncos, creating a flag out of what is typically recognized as medieval armor. “We’re taking the Broncos logo and we’ve converted…

‘Truly gratifying’: First responders honoured for work in Humboldt crash

Dozens of first responders were honoured for their work during the Humboldt Broncos bus crash at this year’s Emergency Medical Services Provincial Awards in Regina on Thursday. Twenty-six paramedics from Nipawin, Melfort and Tisdale and five telecommunications staff from Parkland…

Saskatchewan man accused of threatening prime minister pleads not guilty

A Saskatchewan man accused of threatening Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has pleaded not guilty. The Saskatchewan RCMP national security enforcement section became aware of a phone call made to an employee at a Canadian government agency on Feb. 12. During the call, a…

Wounded Warriors Canada expands program access to Saskatchewan

Wounded Warriors Canada is expanding access to its programming for first responders in Saskatchewan. The national mental health charity said they had an “overwhelming response to the Humboldt tragedy” and saw the need during the Elk Ridge retreat to run…

New court date for Saskatchewan man accused of threatening Justin Trudeau

A Nipawin, Sask., man accused of threatening Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and the Parliament Buildings is to be back in court in three weeks. David Petersen, 52, is charged with uttering threats and is expected to enter a plea when…

More family resource centres coming to communities across Sask.

The provincial government announced plans on Monday to create seven family resource centres in communities across Saskatchewan. The new centres will be located in the Battlefords, Meadow Lake, Moose Jaw, Nipawin, Prince Albert, Saskatoon, and one in the north. READ…

Nipawin man charged with uttering threats against Prime Minister Justin Trudeau

Charges have been laid against a Saskatchewan man who allegedly threatened to shoot Prime Minister Justin Trudeau. The Saskatchewan RCMP national security enforcement section became aware of a phone call made to an employee at a Canadian government agency on Feb. 12. READ…