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The provincial government recently changed liquor regulations to allow movie theatres to sell alcohol. Cineplex Entertainment has taken advantage of that opportunity and will now be selling liquor at some Saskatchewan theatres, including Galaxy Cinemas in Saskatoon.
Pat Marshall, Vice President of Communications and Investor Relations with Cineplex
Substance abuse is a problem which plagues people all over North America and Saskatchewan is no exception. But looking beyond statistics and numbers, what about the personal side of addiction? What should you do if you know someone who is struggling with alcohol or drug addiction? Is it always better to intervene than to stand idly by? Or is it sometimes not one’s place to get involved in someone else’s business? If extreme harm or death then comes to pass, are we partially responsible for not stepping in?
Andrew Galloway, Interventionist with Intervention Canada
Gas prices have taken another surge upward this spring. Most places in Saskatchewan are paying 135.9 right now. The cause of said increase is said to be some refineries being down, but it seems awfully coincidental that these refineries went down right around the May long weekend.
Jason Toews, Gasbuddy.com
Hearings for the province’s Traffic Safety Committee began Tuesday. The Committee will focus on impaired driving, distracted driving, excessive speed, intersection safety, and wildlife collisions.
Darryl Hickie, MLA Prince Albert Carlton
Prime Minister Stephen Harper apologized (in Peru) for the Senate expense claim scandal. Critics say this shows the Harper government isn’t serious about accountability.
Eve Adams, Member of Parliament for Mississauga- Brampton South
Parliamentary Secretary for Veteran’s Affairs
8:30 a.m.– Prime Minister Stephen Harper apologized (in Peru) for the Senate expense claim scandal. Critics say this shows the Harper government isn’t serious about accountability. Response: Eve Adams, Member of Parliament for Mississauga- Brampton South. Parliamentary Secretary for Veteran’s Affairs.
9:00 a.m.– Bug’s Day: The Hour of Rage
Food prices are steadily on the rise in Canada, making budgeting more and more difficult for Canadian families. A new report done by Ipsos Reid for RBC shows this rising trend in food prices.
Richard Schwan, Regional Vice President of RBC’s Career Sales Force in Regina
MADD had released a report endorsing provincially run liquor board stores saying they are better for the health of Canadians than private stores. Andy Murie defends the report.
Andy Murie, MADD Canada
QUESTION – 1, 315 and 59. What do these numbers have in common?
Last Week's Winner: Adam Ricard- From Edenwold SK