When Sawyer Lange graduated from the WHL after Saturday’s 5-1 win over the Regina Pats, he ended a storied four-year career with the Prince Albert Raiders.
There is cause for celebration in the wake of the 2014-15 Prince Albert Raiders season, even without playoff hockey. The organization will do something remarkable amid the disappointment of missing the post season.
“The Saskatchewan Workers’ Compensation Board (WCB) officially released its 2014 injury rates. The data indicates a further decrease in the overall workplace injury rate despite an increase in the number of workers.
I always saw a football stadium as an anything can go place. I started going to Rider games in the 1970s when we moved to Regina and saw why only a fool bets against Ron Lancaster.
Those who missed the Chamber’s recent workshop on understanding First Nations Treaties and how they can be applied in today’s business world missed an opportunity to learn and engage about the various facets of Treaty rights, assimilatio
Greater access to physician care is a key part of our plan to build a better quality of life for all Saskatchewan people. One of the ways we are working to attract and retain medical professionals is through the Saskatchewan Internation
Well the increased daylight hours, the rest of the country changing time and melting outside signal just maybe (with any luck) it might be spring.
It is NFL free agency day and among the names being dropped is 2013 Grey Cup MVP Kory Sheets by the Oakland Raiders.
A new student training program in the Autobody industry is now available in our province.
There was, by my spider sense, only one new Rider signing this past week, but on Tuesday there was an invasion of an Arizona Coyotes NHL game by Rider Nation and the reign of a new Rider president started Monday.;