Public protests library cuts

by Derek Cornet With the interlibrary loan system coming to an end soon in Saskatchewan, 98-year-old Meadow Lake resident Flo Clark will need to find another hobby to pass the time. Clark relies on the se...

Committee looks to reduce crime

by Phil Ambroziak It’s time to cut down on crime. That’s the consensus of the provincial government and the key motivating factor behind a recently formed caucus committee on crime reduction, which made i...

Treat problems not symptoms

It appears the province is getting serious about cracking down on crime. This isn’t to say Brad Wall and the Saskatchewan Party government have been turning a blind eye or carelessly laughing off the issue u...

Future at risk for NORTEP

by Derek Cornet The 40th anniversary of the Northern Teacher Education Program (NORTEP) was supposed to be a time of celebration, but now officials are scrambling to salvage what they can. This week marke...

Wildfire issue in need of solution

Saskatchewan’s largest northern municipality held a wildlife response forum Oct. 27, but what happens next is a lingering question. The two-hour meeting in La Ronge consisted of five presentations from communit...