The provincial government has called an election to fill Saskatoon Northwest's MLA seat yesterday.
The effort of Senate Democrats to repeal "Don't Ask, Don't Tell," the ban on gays and lesbians serving openly in the U.S. Armed Forces, has been defeated.
United Way Saskatoon announced Thursday that it aims to raise $5.1 million this year for its projects.
The U of S will purchase 11 quarters of land just out of Saskatoon in May.
Media Access and Production (eMAP) is offering a set of courses which allows students to learn audio and visual production.
Ten options were presented at city council Monday for the oldest bridge in Saskatoon, which ranged from demolishing the bridge with no replacement to building a pedestrian and cyclist-only bridge.
Place Riel construction is on budget and on schedule, despite flooding over the summer.
The contested cold beverage agreement with Coca Cola finished June 2010, two years after the agreement was originally slated to end.
As of Sept. 1, U of S students can no longer pay tuition by Visa.
The USSU organizes a workshop on mental health first aid and the U of S Board of Governors holds its annual public reporting meeting.