A long time ago, I was working as a lifestyles reporter covering a great event at the Prince Albert Indian Metis Friendship Centre.
Negotiations between the Government-Trustee Bargaining Committee (GTBC) and the Saskatchewan Teachers’ Federation (STF) broke down again last week after only three days back at the bargaining table.
Before I begin my first MP Report of the 41st Parliament, I would like to graciously thank all residents of the federal riding of Prince Albert for their continued trust.
Two weeks till Rider camp and after the dust settled from last weekend's CFL draft, the final pieces and some interesting new twists in the Riders took shape this past week.
Saskatchewan’s seniors have given so much of their time and energy to help shape and grow this province, which is why our government looks for every opportunity to give back to them.
Your Community By Karen Cay Community Affairs Editor
Well, it was great laying on the couch, Coke Zero on ice beside me, draft card in front of me, following the CFL draft on Sunday morning.
I hope PA and area Rider fans will forgive me for a little late, but between a royal wedding, Osama Bin Laden and a general election, I guess I was distracted.