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Carillion, the company in charge of designing, building, financing and maintaining the new Saskatchewan Hospital in North Battleford, has gone into liquidation.
Carillion, the company in charge of designing, building, financing and maintaining the new Saskatchewan Hospital in North Battleford, has gone into liquidation. file photo/battlefordsNOW Staff

Construction company in charge of new psych facility in N.B. goes into liquidation

By Colin McGarrigle
January 15, 2018 - 12:38pm Updated: January 15, 2018 - 1:39pm

The U.K. based construction company in charge of constructing the new Saskatchewan Hospital in North Battleford has gone into liquidation, putting thousands of jobs at risk across Canada, and leaving uncertainty for the completion of the hospital.

FSIN Chief Bobby Cameron said Indigenous people need to be a part of the lawmaking processes which impact the Treaty and inherent rights of First Nations people in Canada.
FSIN Chief Bobby Cameron said Indigenous people need to be a part of the lawmaking processes which impact the Treaty and inherent rights of First Nations people in Canada. Bryan Eneas/paNOW Staff

FSIN named intervener in federal court case

By Bryan Eneas
January 15, 2018 - 12:18pm

The Federation of Sovereign Indigenous Nations has been named an intervener in a federal court case which could determine the way laws are created and implemented.

Humboldt resident Blaine Weyland was walking on a Hawaiian beach when he was informed of an purported impending missile attack heading towards the state. The alert turned out to be false.
Humboldt resident Blaine Weyland was walking on a Hawaiian beach when he was informed of an purported impending missile attack heading towards the state. The alert turned out to be false. Facebook/Blaine Weyland

Humboldt man recounts Hawaii missile scare

By Clark Stork
January 14, 2018 - 12:41pm Updated: January 15, 2018 - 8:15am

What started as a beautiful day in the state of Hawaii turned into 38 minutes of chaos and confusion Saturday.

Lake Lenore resident Scott Lessmeister is one of four SaskParty candidates for the Melfort constituency.
Lake Lenore resident Scott Lessmeister is one of four SaskParty candidates for the Melfort constituency. Clark Stork/northeastNOW Staff

Lessmeister brings agriculture background to MLA race

By Clark Stork
January 13, 2018 - 11:30am

A long-time resident of Lake Lenore is seeking the Saskatchewan Party nomination for the Melfort constituency.

Scott Lessmeister, the North American sales manager at Bourgault Industries in St. Brieux, joins Todd Goudy, Tim Hoenmans and Louise Schweitzer in the race.

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