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Saskatchewan NDP Leader Ryan Meili and Saskatoon Fairview MLA Vicki Mowat visited North Battleford Aug. 14. Meili who is touring the province said he would like to see improved ER and surgery wait times overall in Saskatchewan.
Saskatchewan NDP Leader Ryan Meili and Saskatoon Fairview MLA Vicki Mowat visited North Battleford Aug. 14. Meili who is touring the province said he would like to see improved ER and surgery wait times overall in Saskatchewan. File photo/battlefordsNOW Staff

Meili hoping for reduced wait times in province

By Angela Brown
August 17, 2018 - 3:07pm

Saskatchewan NDP leader Ryan Meili is concerned about overall wait time delays across the province in emergency rooms and for surgeries.

Meili visited North Battleford Aug. 14 as part of his cross-province tour.

CAA members needing a lift will soon be able to request Ride Assist — a new service offered by CAA Saskatchewan.
CAA members needing a lift will soon be able to request Ride Assist — a new service offered by CAA Saskatchewan. Submitted photo/CAA Saskatchewan

New service will soon provide a safe ride home

By Angela Brown
August 16, 2018 - 5:13pm Updated: August 17, 2018 - 12:42pm

CAA Saskatchewan drivers who are CAA members and need a little help getting home will soon be able to take advantage of a new CAA service available this fall with Ride Assist.

Tim Barnhart, of the National Indigenous Medical Cannabis Association, and Peter Cardinal, of the Cousins Group of Companies, greet one another at the conference Thursday.
Tim Barnhart, of the National Indigenous Medical Cannabis Association, and Peter Cardinal, of the Cousins Group of Companies, greet one another at the conference Thursday. Angela Brown/battlefordsNOW Staff

Conference aims to help First Nations explore medical marijuana production

By Angela Brown
August 16, 2018 - 3:00pm

Members of many First Nations attended a conference in North Battleford Thursday to find out more about the benefits of getting involved in niche markets such as medical marijuana production and how it could create more economic opportunites for Indigenous people

Saskatchewan Premier Scott Moe, left, joins Agriculture Minister Lyle Stewart during a conference at Jackfish Lodge Thursday. Stewart announced he would be stepping down from his position due to health concerns as he battles cancer.
Saskatchewan Premier Scott Moe, left, joins Agriculture Minister Lyle Stewart during a conference at Jackfish Lodge Thursday. Stewart announced he would be stepping down from his position due to health concerns as he battles cancer. Angela Brown/battlefordsNOW Staff

Sask. Ag. minister steps down as he battles cancer

By Angela Brown
August 9, 2018 - 5:24pm

Saskatchewan Premier Scott Moe said in a press conference today he is saddened to make the announcement that Saskatchewan Agriculture Mini

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