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Men and women both sweep Bobcats

It was the best start to the second half of the season that the University of Saskatchewan Huskies basketball teams could have asked for, as both the men and women swept their weekend series with the Brandon University Bobcats.
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Nosh yourself to health

Nosh, located at 820 Broadway Avenue, prides itself on offering locally sourced meats and nutritional, non-processed meals that their customers can feel good about.
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Debate: tipping

Tipping shouldn't be mandatory Alexander Quon Although nothing is more rewarding to a waiter or waitress than receiving a large tip, nothing frustrates me more than feeling obligated to leave an adequate...
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2014’s gamechangers: A look back

2014 was an exciting year in the world of sports. From the Olympics to the World Cup to all the off-field drama — it was definitely one we won’t forget anytime soon.
In their first games of 2015 the Dogs won the first game of the weekend but lost the second.

Huskies earn split to open 2015

University hockey returned from its long December break this last weekend. The men kicked off the new year with games on Jan. 3 and 4 as the Huskies hosted the 3–15 University of Lethbridge Pronghorns.
Adrian Peterson is one of many professional athletes in trouble with the law.

Money talks in major sports leagues

While professional athletes getting in trouble with the law is nothing new, but it certainly brings to light the major leagues’ primary concern: money.
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Harper’s aggressive policy towards Russia is positive, hopeful

On Nov. 14, Stephen Harper told Vladimir Putin to “get out” of Ukraine at the annual G20 summit. As Canada shows it will not tolerate Russian military action, this could be a positive step for international relations between Canada and other countries.