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Roughriders extend win streak to four in a row to start CFL season

Roughriders extend win streak to four in a row to start CFL season

Jul 4, 2024 | 10:33pm
The Saskatchewan Roughriders extended their CFL winning streak to four games Friday with a 30-23 victory over the Toronto Argonauts. Saskatchewan improved to 4-0 while the Argonauts dropped to 2-2. Marcus Sayles scored the game-winning touchdown on a 54-yard interception return with 6:25 left in the fourth quarter. A pass from Argos quarterback Cameron Dukes […]
Riders v Argos Primer

Riders v Argos Primer

Jul 4, 2024 | 10:49am
Week 5 of the Canadian Football League season will kick off in Regina on Thursday night. The Saskatchewan Roughriders (3-0) host the Toronto Argonauts (2-1) at Mosaic Stadium on ERAs night. The hometown Riders are as of this moment a 4.5 point underdogs in this one, primarily due to the unknown that is new starting Quarterback […]
Tires From Saskatchewan Bound for Alberta Recycling Plant, according to the NDP.

Tires From Saskatchewan Bound for Alberta Recycling Plant, according to the NDP.

Jun 26, 2024 | 1:41pm
A tire fire is very difficult to extinguish. With lots of fuel to keep it going, tire fires can burn for weeks, or even months. The Sask Party has been trying to put out a metaphorical tire fire for a couple of years. Tire Stewardship of Saskatchewan and the provincial government recently split the province-wide […]
Argos to host Alouettes in battle of unbeaten East Division rivals

Argos to host Alouettes in battle of unbeaten East Division rivals

Jun 26, 2024 | 12:47pm
Another week another road game for Cody Fajardo and the Montreal Alouettes. Montreal (3-0) visits the Toronto Argonauts (2-0) on Friday night in a battle of unbeaten East Division rivals. It will mark the third time in four games the defending Grey Cup champions will play on the road, while the Argos has yet to […]
Métis musician and TV host Ray St. Germain, dubbed ‘Winnipeg’s Elvis,’ dies at 83

Métis musician and TV host Ray St. Germain, dubbed ‘Winnipeg’s Elvis,’ dies at 83

Jun 26, 2024 | 11:44am
Ray St. Germain, the singer-songwriter and television personality nicknamed “Winnipeg’s Elvis” for his uncanny vocal likeness to the king of rock ‘n’ roll, has died. The Manitoba Métis Federation confirmed his death while his family said on social media that the 83-year-old died of Parkinson’s disease at a local care centre on Tuesday.  St. Germain […]
Premier Moe’s popularity slips slightly.

Premier Moe’s popularity slips slightly.

Jun 26, 2024 | 9:25am
Premier Scott Moe us finding himself in unfamiliar territory. Moe has seen his popularity in Saskatchewan slip four points to 49 percent in the latest poll by Angus Reid. That places Moe third among his colleagues in other provinces. Premier Moe’s popularity has had some peaks and valleys over the years. He hit a low […]
AFN national chief says child welfare funding to top $20B as chiefs raise concerns

AFN national chief says child welfare funding to top $20B as chiefs raise concerns

Jun 25, 2024 | 1:59pm
The national chief of the Assembly of First Nations says the organization is about to finalize a deal with Ottawa on child welfare reforms that will top the $20 billion promised as part of a landmark settlement.  But it likely won’t include reforms to a legal rule intended to ensure First Nations kids get the […]
Sask Party Government Refusing to Accept Clean Energy Regulations from Ottawa.

Sask Party Government Refusing to Accept Clean Energy Regulations from Ottawa.

Jun 25, 2024 | 1:52pm
Essentially the message from the Sask Party Government is “we will see you in court.” All of this comes from the federal government’s Clean Energy Regulations (CER). A tribunal called the “Sask First Tribunal” was hand picked by the provincial government to review regulations like this, and the potential impact on Saskatchewan and the economy. […]
Bank of Canada’s next move less certain after inflation rate ticks higher in May

Bank of Canada’s next move less certain after inflation rate ticks higher in May

Jun 25, 2024 | 12:39pm
Quick Notes: National Consumer Price Index (CPI) 2.9% (May) 2.7% (April) Saskatchewan: 1.5% (May) 1.0% (April) Regina: 1.5% (May) 1.2% (April) Saskatoon: 1.5% (May) 1.4% (April) The annual inflation rate unexpectedly ticked higher in May, raising doubts about what the Bank of Canada will do when it makes its next interest rate decision in July in “bumpy and choppy” […]
View from the booth. Week 3

View from the booth. Week 3

Jun 25, 2024 | 12:02pm
The Saskatchewan Roughriders are off to a perfect 3-0 start to the 2024 season after a 36-20 victory over the Hamilton Tiger-Cats on Sunday at Mosaic Stadium. Before we analyze the Riders start, we should take a moment to tip our hats to the entire Roughrider organization. What a classy way to honour former Team […]