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City workers at the lot on 11th where the shifting ground caused a slump. Fan-Yee Suen/News Talk Radio
City workers at the lot on 11th where the shifting ground caused a slump. Fan-Yee Suen/News Talk Radio

Gutek: No evidence that city infrastructure caused riverbank collapse

By Fan-Yee Suen
August 16, 2012 - 4:26pm

The City of Saskatoon confirmed Wednesday evening that the riverbank slope failure in June, which still has some residents on 11th Street East and Saskatchewan Crescent East relying on mobile natural gas trailers, was not caused by the city.

Andrew Dahlen and his girlfriend Amanda Olson in Saskatoon on August 16, 2012. Trelle Burdeniuk/ News Talk Radio
Andrew Dahlen and his girlfriend Amanda Olson in Saskatoon on August 16, 2012. Trelle Burdeniuk/ News Talk Radio

Sask. man with MS first person selected as potential candidate for trials

By Trelle Burdeniuk
August 16, 2012 - 2:16pm

A man from Saskatoon with multiple sclerosis is the first person picked by the province as a potential candidate for government-funded MS trials.

"I'm certainly terrified for going, but I'm more excited," said 28-year-old Andrew Dahlen who leaves for Albany, New York on Monday.

Virginia Wittrock during climate station grand opening on Aug 31. 2011. paNOW photo by Kellah Lavoie
Virginia Wittrock during climate station grand opening on Aug 31. 2011. paNOW photo by Kellah Lavoie

Climate Station near Prince Albert doing well

By Sarah Wallace
August 16, 2012 - 12:11pm Updated: August 16, 2012 - 3:16pm

A climate station at the Conservation Learning Centre (CLC), south of Prince Albert, has reached six months of being operational.

The climate station, which is a sister station to a climate station in Saskatoon is run by the Saskatchewan Research Council (SRC)

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