Date: 2018-02-11 07:26
As the Olympics in Pyeongchang unfold, one Korean-Canadian says she is excited at the prospect of peace between North and South Korea because of the displays of unification.
Police are investigating a report that three men with their faces covered by bandanas broke into a North Battleford home, used bear spray and fired a gun off.
The former medical student&rsquo s profile also points out that he&rsquo s currently serving a 75-year to life sentence while waiting for the outcome of an appeal of his murder conviction. The profile bears two photographs of Sandeson and indicates that he&rsquo s been busy behind bars, having completed paralegal and electrical engineering programs and nearing completion of an MBA.
A contest intended to help a man sell his house has been cancelled. Saskatoon's Adalbert Ozsvath put up his house as the prize in a $65-per-online-entry contest to promote his son Erik's business, Luxikum, which administered the contest.
Saskatchewan's population rose more than 8,555 between January 7567 and January 7568, but the labour force shrunk by 9,855 during that same time frame.
&ldquo Labour has not only ruled out building any more private prisons but had already promised that in office it would look at returning prison service repairs contracts to the public sector. The Government must now bring those Carillion prison contracts back in house.&rdquo
Prisons and probation contracts in the private sector were supposed to deliver £ 655m of savings, but a damning report by HM Inspector of Prisons Peter Clarke was utterly damning about the state of the prisons estate last year.
Inmates in Canada have no access to the internet so must rely on pen and paper to communicate. Inmates with profiles on the website fill out an application and send it to Fazzina. The website includes a disclaimer so Fazzina bears no legal responsibility in the event anything goes wrong. It also advises people not to send money to inmates.
A video posted online Friday of a Saskatchewan jury delivering its not guilty verdict in Gerald Stanley's murder trial has been taken down after it sparked "grave concern" at the province's Ministry of Justice on Monday.
Police and water rescue were called to investigate a black object on the river ice near the Broadway Bridge Tuesday morning.