Glenn Hicks

The province's dealers' association says with the PST only on the difference between the sale and trade-in price, and along with the trade-in allowance the price of used cars will not increase.
The province's dealers' association says with the PST only on the difference between the sale and trade-in price, and along with the trade-in allowance the price of used cars will not increase. Britton Gray/980 CJME

Some break for consumers on new PST rules on trade-ins: SADA

By Glenn Hicks
April 14, 2018 - 10:54am

The Saskatchewan Automobile Dealers' Association (SADA) is clarifying what the PST on used cars means for dealers and the public, and said: “it’s going to be a benefit all the way around.”

A storm Friday is expected to bring around 5 cm of snow and blowing winds. With the temperature hovering around zero, it's going to be a real "sloppy mess."
A storm Friday is expected to bring around 5 cm of snow and blowing winds. With the temperature hovering around zero, it's going to be a real "sloppy mess." File photo/paNOW Staff

Late winter blast coming Friday: Environment Canada

By Glenn Hicks
March 22, 2018 - 12:00pm

A combination of snow and wind brewing to the west is expected to bring challenging conditions Friday. Weather forecasters have recommended the public change travel plans if they can, and keep an eye on the Highway Hotline.

The college of dentistry at the University of Saskatchewan has proposed a seven-chair full service learning clinic for the new P.A. campus. The campus on Central Avenue is set to open late 2020.
The college of dentistry at the University of Saskatchewan has proposed a seven-chair full service learning clinic for the new P.A. campus. The campus on Central Avenue is set to open late 2020. submitted photo/University of Saskatchewan

Full service dental clinic proposed for university campus in P.A.

By Glenn Hicks
March 14, 2018 - 5:00pm

The planned dentistry program for the new University of Saskatchewan campus in downtown Prince Albert will bring access to treatment to those who struggle to afford it.

The Forestry Centre building in downtown Prince Albert has been sold to the University of Saskatchewan for their new multi-program campus. After renovations it's expected to open in late 2020.
The Forestry Centre building in downtown Prince Albert has been sold to the University of Saskatchewan for their new multi-program campus. After renovations it's expected to open in late 2020. Glenn Hicks/paNOW Staff

University of Saskatchewan to create new campus in P.A.

By Glenn Hicks
March 8, 2018 - 2:00pm Updated: March 8, 2018 - 3:19pm

In what is being called a major boost for Prince Albert, the North and the University of Saskatchewan (U of S), a new multi-program campus is coming to the city.

A human rights legal group based in Vancouver is calling on the Saskatchewan government to appeal the Gerald Stanley acquittal and conduct a formal inquiry.
A human rights legal group based in Vancouver is calling on the Saskatchewan government to appeal the Gerald Stanley acquittal and conduct a formal inquiry. The Canadian Press

Human rights lawyers call for appeal and inquiry in Stanley case

By Glenn Hicks
March 2, 2018 - 5:00pm

After one of the most controversial trials in Saskatchewan's recent history, a committee of human rights lawyers in B.C. is calling for an appeal and inquiry.

With time running out for some of the mines in the Flin Flon Greenstone Belt, government funding for aerial surveying could help smaller companies spot the next big ore find.
With time running out for some of the mines in the Flin Flon Greenstone Belt, government funding for aerial surveying could help smaller companies spot the next big ore find. Hudbay Minerals

Northeast mining gets public funding exploration boost

By Glenn Hicks
February 2, 2018 - 5:00pm

Creighton and area has experienced a major boost for future mining possibilities.  

Two million dollars from the federal and provincial governments for hi-tech aerial exploration will assist small operators, also known as ‘junior companies’, on the north east border with Manitoba.

There were 3,700 seatbelt offences in this province in 2017 with some motorists still finding excuses not to buckle up.
There were 3,700 seatbelt offences in this province in 2017 with some motorists still finding excuses not to buckle up. submitted photo/SGI

SGI frustrated with lack of seatbelt use

By Glenn Hicks
February 1, 2018 - 10:02am

If you think wearing a seatbelt is uncomfortable, try flying through a windshield.

That’s the brutally frank statement from an SGI spokesman ahead of their Traffic Safety Spotlight for February, which will focus on occupant safety including seatbelt and appropriate child seat use.

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