Saskatoon Police Chief Clive Weighill and Prince Albert Police Chief Dale McFee announced a friendly wager over the outcome of a hockey series.
Three researchers at the University of Saskatchewan received a $1.23 million award from the Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council of Canada.
A $1.2 million bioprocessing plant in the Agriculture Building opened Jan. 10.
Two University of Saskatchewan veterinary medicine students worked with farmers in Ghana last summer to improve food security.
The loonie closed 2010 above the U.S. dollar
The University of Saskatchewan college of agriculture received a $1 million investment Dec. 13.
Updated CPR guidelines released Oct. 18 in Canada and the United States now encourage compression-only CPR without mouth-to-mouth resuscitation.
The Saskatchewan government has announced $5 million of funding for a controversial but potentially effective treatment for multiple sclerosis.
The Place Riel construction project is experiencing setbacks that may stall the planned opening date. Also, a new centre for masonry design was founded Oct. 1.
The provincial government has called an election to fill Saskatoon Northwest's MLA seat yesterday.