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Thursday, November 21, 2019

Get Your Pet Spayed or Neutered at Walmart?

Janice Hough, on John Daly getting approval to use a cart next week in the PGA Championship because of his arthritic knee:...

Fire Pit Bylaw Making a Difference

There were fewer complaints about fire pits following last year’s bylaw change, a city report says. “Overall, the past...

Special Exhibition Features Ancient Near Eastern Artwork

A special exhibition at the University of Saskatchewan’s Museum of Antiquities is showcasing 24 pieces of ancient Near Eastern art.

Let’s Continue To Discuss Remai Modern’s Role

In the newspaper business, it has been said for every person who sends a letter to the editor, there are many, many...

Optimist Hill Opens

Congratulations to everyone involved in the project that gave us Optimist Hill at Diefenbaker Park. It was an amazing...
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Curling, Curling And More Curling

The best curling event in the world, bar none, is the Tim Hortons Roar of the Rings. At the event, Canada’s Olympic...

Jane’s Walks Set For May 3-5

Jane’s Walk Saskatoon Festival Inc. has announced a series of 20 citizen-led walks during the weekend of May 3-5.

Column Celebrates 25 Years Of Bad Jokes

The column called Cam Hutchinson & Friends: Views of a World — a name I don’t particularly like, but haven’t changed— turns...

Council Got It All Wrong at Bizarre Meeting

It was a gong show.  There is a somewhat vulgar word used to describe meetings like the one that...

561 USask Students ‘Seeking Arrangements’

The number is hard to believe. There is no way 300,000 university students in Canada have used a website which connects them to...

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