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SP Welcome Program Ad V9
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A few
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Latest news
Last Updated: 8:36 AM ET
Who keeps film
Fire Dept. buys weir-ready rescue boat 'Unflippable'
photography alive in the craft safer in rough water
digital age?
By MORGAN MODJESKI
13
November 30, 2015
TODAY’S PHOTO GALLERY
By CHRIS MORIN
Chad Coombs knew he was onto
something one of the first times he
thought he'd ruined one of his
portraits. Keen to experiment, the
Saskatoon-based photographer began
Firefighting spans
generations;
Long lines at playground's grand opening
By ANDREA HILL
By KENDALL LATIMER
More than 15 minutes before the
Potash Corp Playground ferris wheel
opened to the public for the first time,
Cherie Kornelsen was lined up beside it
with her two children.
"Mom, can I go on soon?" begged
five-year-old Liam, tugging at the
The 36-year-old and her sister Carmella
Bird, 35, have fought fires side-byside for
20 years.
This year, Lyris's eldest son Jarvis
Laliberte, 17, has joined them in the effort
to save their northern Saskatchewan
community of Weyakwin.
BAA-TTLE Goat
Saskatoon woman ready
War hero to star in Sask. to welcome 100th
rom-com
descendant
By STARPHOENIX
By JASON WARICK
Saskatchewan's most famous goat, a
decorated hero from the First World
War, is about to get another 15 minutes
of fame. Sgt. Bill, a spirited critter who
fought bravely alongside Canadian
Deltha Harriman can remember the
names of her 99 descendants, but they
shouldn't expect much more than that.
"I used to send birthday cards, but now
they're lucky if I call," the 96-year-old
Heritage advocates try
to save relics
By CHRIS MORIN
Saskatoon's downtown is less colourful
after a section of sidewalk containing
glowing purple prisms was yanked earlier
this week. Construction crews tore up the
concrete in front of the Avenue Building
on 21st Street after a fire marshal deemed
the tunnels below unsafe following.
SP Now
The Mendel's final show;
CEO Gregory Burke on
Potash Corp Playground ferris
the big transition
wheel opens to the public
By PHIL TANK
Mathew Fiorante had two options after he
Mendel Art Gallery CEO and executive
Firefighting spans generations; Lyris
director Gregory Burke spoke to The
Bird-LaVallee and her sister have
StarPhoenix about the transition to the
Remai Modern Art Gallery
been fighting fires for 20 years
Saving the disappearing prisms;
Heritage advocates try to
save relics
Couple fights to keep pet
raccoon
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