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Why the Sask Party will win

Author: scott pettigrew- contributor In a world of economic darkness, Saskatchewan still manages to stand out from the crowd. With an increasingly diversified service-based economy, Saskatchewan has largely avoided the deathblows dealt to our neighbors to the west. Our premier continues to receive the highest approval ratings in the country, and our unemployment in January was at a very healthy 6.6 per cent, which is significantly below the national average. With various small businesses entering ...

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The plague: the good, the bad and the ugly

Last week, students of the University of Regina were swarmed with notifications regarding a gastrointestinal virus, also known as norovirus, which was sweeping across campus like a plague. The likeliest cause for the spread of the virus is the appalling lack of cleanliness at the U of R, and the negligence of many of the food establishments at our school. The brunt of this fiasco is going to fall down on the school administration, and ...

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Lives over strikes

“Ultimately, the professional and technical employees who are striking at the U of R need to find a way to do so without shutting down the counselling services and risking the lives, health, and well-being of its students.” – Destiny Kaus

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