The Kootenay Ice defeated the Saskatoon Blades 6-1 at Credit Union Centre on Wednesday night.
Max Reinhart scored two first period goals to give the Ice a lead for good. Reinhart also scored once in the third. Brock Montgomery, Erric Benoit and Jonathan Martin scored the other Ice goals. Jake Trask had the lone goal for Saskatoon.
The Blades have lost three straight home games. The Blades visit the Medicine Hat Tigers on Friday.
Edited by News Talk Radio's Sabeen Ahmad.
The Moose Jaw Warriors defeated the P.A. Raiders in WHL play on Wednesday night. Luke Siemens made 18 saves for his second shutout of the season. Travis Brown and Quinton Howden scored first period goals for the Warriors. Sam Fioretti added a goal in the final frame.
With the win the Warriors pulled in to a first place tie with the Saskatoon Blades in the WHL's east division. The Warriors host the Kootenay Ice on Saturday night at Mosaic Place.
Edited by News Talk Radio's Sabeen Ahmad.
RCMP were led to the landfill after a 911 call on Nov. 19 over a woman having medical difficulties after giving birth but no one could find the baby.
“Now that child could not be accounted for at the time and so our investigation went from that point to leading us to the search of the Lloydminster landfill site,” explained Sgt. Patrick Webb.
RCMP began searching through the landfill Friday and found a baby's remains Tuesday.
Webb says as many as 30 officers at a time sifted through trash at the dump.
A local photographer is getting a little more recognition than she could have imagined.
Vanessa Neufeld snapped a photo during a storm near Pense back in July and now that same photograph is appearing on National Geographic’s website.
“As a kid I always thought it’d be cool to be in national graphic, doing photography. So even though it’s a smaller thing it’s really cool,” said Neufeld who added she had submitted the photograph months ago.
The photo shows the Pense grain elevator lit up in one of this summer's plentiful lightning storms.
Members of the Saskatchewan government took their oaths on Wednesday, with 49 MLAs sworn in at Legislature in advance of the Monday session.
It was an emotional day for many, and new MLA Victoria Jurgens from Prince Albert Northcote shed tears, but Premier Brad Wall says that nerves are a good thing.
"That means that we have the right attitude going in, that means that we know what an honour this is and we don't want to mess things up," said Wall.
The first week of December 2010 was the biggest of the year at Mission Ridge Winter Park's ski hill at Qu'Appelle, but this year they're still waiting to get going.
General Manager Don Williams said that with the temperature hanging around zero they've had to stop making snow, and will need about 24 hours of -20 temperature to get the operation up and running.
The Attawapiskat First Nation in Ontario has been making international headlines for its 'third world' living conditions, for deprivances including homes without heat or even walls, in the case of some who live in makeshift tents.
Prime Minister Harper says $90 million has gone to the reserve over the past five years, but Saskatoon's First Nations Bank chairman and CEO Keith Martell maintains that context is everything.
"You hear $90 million, and I think frankly it's meant to shock, and you'll start pointing fingers at who's responsible for this," said Martell.
Razors will be put to good use tonight as the end of Movember marks the end of the moustache.
During the prostate cancer awareness month, men are encouraged to collect donations while sporting their best moustache.
In Saskatchewan, just over 6,500 men registered to take part.
“So far eight-hundred thousand dollars in Saskatchewan alone has been raised,” said Jason Perpelkin, Saskatchewan’s ‘Mo bro’. “If you want to look at that, that’s about the same amount of money raised in New Zealand as a whole.”
Human remains have been found at the Lloydminster landfill after an investigation into a missing infant led them there.
RCMP say there was a 9-1-1 call on Nov.19. A woman had suffered medical difficulties after giving birth and the child couldn't be accounted for.
The investigation led to the dump where human remains were found late Tuesday afternoon.
For five days, beginning on Friday, officers sifted through trash at the Lloydminster landfill.
Sgt. Patrick Webb says as many as 30 officers at a time came across from Alberta.
Saskatchewan is dominating the global markets right now and another major player is dropping a lot of money into our booming province.
K+S Potash in Germany is going all in with their Legacy potash mine project on the north side of Buffalo Pound. It describes the location as being in the RM of Dufferin near Bethune and Findlater. (See map. Look for RM 190.)