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Sask. reports 52 new COVID-19 cases, 4 deaths
POSTED DATE:Nov 28, 2021

Regina Santa Claus Parade returns after year away
POSTED DATE:Nov 28, 2021

SaskTel Centre calls Roar of the Rings a Saskatoon success
POSTED DATE:Nov 28, 2021

Ontario reports first two cases of omicron COVID-19 variant
POSTED DATE:Nov 28, 2021

Agribition addresses southern Africa travel concerns about new COVID-19 variant
POSTED DATE:Nov 27, 2021

This will always be a fight: Women push for changes to Saskatchewan labour law
POSTED DATE:Nov 27, 2021

Low attendance but high morale as Agribition 2021 wraps up
POSTED DATE:Nov 27, 2021

Should Canada revisit its booster strategy in the face of a new variant?
POSTED DATE:Nov 27, 2021

Canada bans travellers from southern Africa as concerns mount over coronavirus variant
POSTED DATE:Nov 26, 2021

Environment Canada issues red alert for B.C. as more storms approach
POSTED DATE:Nov 26, 2021

World races to contain new COVID threat, the Omicron variant
POSTED DATE:Nov 26, 2021

New charges laid in the death of Sask. RCMP officer
POSTED DATE:Nov 26, 2021

Driver avoids pricey ticket after being caught traveling over 200 kmhr
POSTED DATE:Nov 26, 2021

Doctor takes stand in trial of Regina man accused of sexually assaulting 12-year-old
POSTED DATE:Nov 26, 2021

Why the announcement of Saskatchewans new child care discount has left many providers scrambling
POSTED DATE:Nov 26, 2021

Its just a prick: Sask. doctor encourages parents to talk to kids about COVID-19 vaccine
POSTED DATE:Nov 26, 2021

Warrant issued for 2nd suspect connected to east Regina murder
POSTED DATE:Nov 26, 2021

Get into the spirit of Christmas with adopt a family in Kipling
POSTED DATE:Nov 25, 2021

Former Okanese First Nation chief to represent Sask. in meeting with Pope
POSTED DATE:Nov 25, 2021

Grain Expo highlights technological possibilities for Sask. agriculture
POSTED DATE:Nov 25, 2021

Sask. public health order extended to Jan. 31
POSTED DATE:Nov 25, 2021

Sask. mother of seven children dies in house fire on First Nation
POSTED DATE:Nov 25, 2021

Sask. government continues with plan to scrap sergeant-at-arms security team at Legislative building
POSTED DATE:Nov 25, 2021

2nd-degree murder charges laid in connection to east Regina homicide
POSTED DATE:Nov 24, 2021

COVID-19 vaccine clinics open for Sask. children
POSTED DATE:Nov 24, 2021

Carmichael Outreach reports break-in and theft of computers, donation money
POSTED DATE:Nov 23, 2021

Sask. child care costs to drop by 50 per cent for many parents
POSTED DATE:Nov 23, 2021

Air Canada to pay US4.5 million in settlement with U.S. Department of Transportation
POSTED DATE:Nov 22, 2021

Sask. to reimburse family who left province for 1M life-saving procedure
POSTED DATE:Nov 22, 2021

Sask. government creates protest buffers around schools
POSTED DATE:Nov 22, 2021



   


    Date: Nov 23, 2021
    Posted By: Emma Jackson


Country music superstars Blake Shelton, Morgan Wallen and Lee Brice will headline the 2022 edition of Country Thunder in the Craven Valley.

The outdoor music festival, which transforms Craven into the province’s fourth largest city for one weekend per summer, announced its return Tuesday.

“It’s time to celebrate, and there’s no better place than Saskatchewan to throw the party of 2022,” said Country Thunder Music Festivals CEO Troy Volhoffer.

Blake Shelton makes his return to the Country Thunder stage fresh off the release of his new single “Come Back As A Country Boy” from the forthcoming deluxe edition of his album “Body Language”

Wallen’s sophomore effort “Dangerous: The Double Album” spent 10 consecutive weeks atop the Billboard 200 album charts.

Thursday night’s kickoff party will feature Canadian singer-songwriter Chad Brownlee.

Other artists set to take the main stage include Hardy, Lindsay Ell, Tanya Tucker, The Washboard Union, Mackenzie Porter, Bobby Wills, Kameron Marlowe and Andrew Hyatt.

The Sunday wrap up party will feature Canadian rock cover band Toque.

The 2021 Country Thunder festival was postponed due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

Tickets for this year’s edition of the festival are on sale now.




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    Date: Nov 11, 2021
    Posted By: Connor Willson


On this Remembrance Day I’m feeling grateful. The sacrifice and service of those in the Canadian Armed Forces has made our way of life possible.

Remembrance reminds us that our nation has been through even more challenging times. Whether at war or during peace support operations, Canada’s veterans and fallen heroes alike can take comfort in our remembrance.



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    Date: Nov 07, 2021
    Posted By: Lisa Wulff


There’s going to be a new little Runaway June this spring!

The trio’s Jennifer Wayne and her husband Austin Moody revealed they are expecting a daughter in April and they’ve already picked out a name – Lily Maria Moody.

“The doggies can’t wait to be big brothers!” Wayne told E! News.

Later, she posted a picture on social media of her pups holding a sign that reads: “Mom and Dad are getting me a human.”

Including the dogs in their baby announcement is fitting because it was dogs that brought them together. While they first met five years ago, they didn’t reconnect until last year. Moody found a dog on the freeway and sent a picture of it to Wayne’s bandmate Natalie Stovall. Stovall suggested he send the snap to Wayne, who rescues dogs.

“The rest is history,” Wayne said.

The couple was engaged Dec. 28, six months after they started dating. Then they got married less than two weeks later.
At the time, they told People they “couldn’t wait a second longer” to get married.




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    Date: Nov 04, 2021
    Posted By: Dakota Cloutier


Dan + Shay shared some “some good news + some bad news” on Twitter Tuesday.

The duo pumped the brakes on their The (Arena) Tour this weekend because a member of their immediate touring party tested positive for COVID-19. The pair canceled shows in Orlando, Fla., and Atlanta, Ga., and refunds are being issued to ticketholders. Dan + Shay rescheduled their upcoming Hard Rock Live, Hollywood, Fla., show for April 21.

“Due to routing conflicts and previously confirmed 2022 dates, we were unable to re-book Orlando and Atlanta,” they said in a statement. “We know a lot of y’all have traveled or plan to travel for these shows, and it breaks our hearts to let you down. Yes, we’re super bummed, but in trying to find some positivity on a difficult day, that brings us to the good news.”

Dan + Shay will tour stadiums with Kenny Chesney in 2022, and the tour includes dates close to the venues they canceled this weekend. In addition, they promised Christmas surprises were coming soon to their fans. Wednesday, they released a new single through Amazon Music called “Pick Out a Christmas Tree.”

Dan + Shay’s The (Arena) Tour launched in Nashville in March of 2020 but was postponed within a week because of COVID-19. The tour kicked back off over the summer and will run through December.




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    Date: Oct 24, 2021
    Posted By: Paige Davis


There’s more bad news for Chris Stapleton fans.

Last week Stapleton was forced to reschedule his Sioux Falls, SD, concert due to laryngitis. Unfortunately, his condition didn’t improve enough over the last few days to allow him to play this weekend’s shows, either.

“I had hoped to have some good news to share with you after this quiet time, but unfortunately, the progress I’ve made is not enough,” he shared on social media, adding that he canceled the concerts in line with “doctor’s orders.”

“Nothing is more personal to me than the experience of music,” he said. “I’m eternally grateful for the privilege of sharing in that journey with you all night after night.”
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Stapleton’s wife, Morgane, is helping nurse him back to health.

“I’ll get the chicken soup started!” she commented on his post.

Others in the country music community chimed in, too. Little Big Town’s Karen Fairchild posted a string of hearts on his post while Yola commented that “voice care is self-care.”

“Get well soon, M’deary!!” said Yola, who is opening his shows. “All I want personally is your voice to be healthy til a ripe old age… taking care is how that happens. #wegotyou ❤️‍🩹”

Stapleton’s Sioux Falls concert was rescheduled for Nov. 14. His two Nashville concerts are now Dec. 10-11, and his Cincinnati, Ohio, show will be reset in 2022.




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