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A child sex offender who reoffended while serving a jail term in the community will require "indefinite" supervision, according to a forensic psychiatrist.

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NHL Central Scouting: Blades' Dach No. 3 among North Americans; Hughes, Kakko remain top prospects

Saskatoon Blades star forward Kirby Dach comes in at No. 3 as the NHL Central Scouting Bureau released its final rankings Monday for the 2019 National Hockey League draft. Jack Hughes, a member of the U.S. national team development program’s under-18 team, remains the top North American prospect....

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Three teen boys charged in weekend street robbery

A 42-year-old man said three teens demanded his belongings and threatened him before he was able to flee and call police.

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RCMP investigating after man hit by semi on Highway 4

A 34-year-old man from the Saulteaux First Nation was fatally struck by a semi on Saturday morning.

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2019 Drive for Kids Campaign lines up Darren Clarke as headliner guest

Clarke will be joined by professional golfer/Golf Channel host Blair O’Neal, as well as NHL players Cam Talbot and Eric Gryba.

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Co-op, union reach tentative agreement five months into strike

UFCW Local 1400 says its members will vote this week on a tentative agreement reached early Sunday morning.

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City seeks influencer to promote Saskatoon Transit with $100K budget

#saskatoontransit? The city wants to build up Saskatoon Transit's brand with the help of a social media influencer.

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Letters to the editor April 15, 2019

One of the more disappointing aspects of the provincial budget delivered recently was its lack of foresight, Ken Grey writes.

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Collective Voice: What do you need and how can I help?

Grade 9 students in the Collective Voice program at Aden Bowman Collegiate share their lives and opinions through columns.

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Tank: Can Saskatoon afford to pass on $1B solar-powered community?

It's not like Saskatoon has never bent the rules for a developer before. This time, though, it's at least ostensibly about more than money.

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