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Kevin Garinger, president of the Humboldt Broncos, speaks during a press conference about where the money from the GoFundMe campaign will go.
Kevin Garinger, president of the Humboldt Broncos, speaks during a press conference about where the money from the GoFundMe campaign will go. CJME News Staff

Humboldt Broncos begin process to distribute GoFundMe money

By Sarah Mills/CJME News Staff
May 17, 2018 - 4:40pm Updated: May 18, 2018 - 9:47am

The Humboldt Broncos have started the legislated process to deal with money from the GoFundMe campaign.

Over $15 million was raised following the fatal crash on April 6 where 16 members of the team lost their lives. Others suffered life-changing injuries.

Environment Minister Dustin Duncan, Premier Scott Moe and Justice Minister Don Morgan announce the court challenge against a federal carbon tax April 25, 2018.
Environment Minister Dustin Duncan, Premier Scott Moe and Justice Minister Don Morgan announce the court challenge against a federal carbon tax April 25, 2018. Sarah Mills/CJME News Staff

Sask. launches carbon tax challenge in court

By Sarah Mills/CJME News Staff
April 25, 2018 - 1:52pm

Saskatchewan’s fight against the federal carbon tax has advanced to the next round.

The government has launched a constitutional reference case in the Saskatchewan Court of Appeal to challenge the federal government’s ability to impose its tax on the province.

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Sask. applies zero tolerance policy to drug-impaired drivers

By Sarah Mills/CJME News Staff
November 29, 2017 - 9:06am

Ahead of the legalization of marijuana next summer, Saskatchewan’s government will apply a zero tolerance approach to drug-impaired driving.

The government is making that change because officers will soon have screening devices to better test whether a driver is drug-impaired or not.

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