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Hundreds of chairs are set up at the Kerry Vickar Centre, which was selected to become a temporary courtroom.
Hundreds of chairs are set up at the Kerry Vickar Centre, which was selected to become a temporary courtroom. Aaron Schulze/northeastNOW Staff

Emotional day expected as second day of Sidhu sentence hearing begins

By meadowlakeNOW Staff
January 29, 2019 - 9:00am

Another day of emotionally charged statements is expected at the sentence hearing for Jaskirat Singh Sidhu.

Seventy-five victim impact statements will be submitted throughout the hearing, which is expected to last from three to five days.

Jaskirat Singh Sidhu, 30, after pleading guilty to all 29 charges earlier this month.
Jaskirat Singh Sidhu, 30, after pleading guilty to all 29 charges earlier this month. The Canadian Press

UPDATE: 'All you had to do was stop': Family members address Sidhu at sentence hearing

By meadowlakeNOW Staff
January 28, 2019 - 9:30am Updated: January 28, 2019 - 7:35pm

Follow live coverage of the hearing below

Emotional wounds are reopening and exposing the waves of trauma caused by last year’s fatal collision.

Bruce Power announced a new agreement Friday with MAKWA-Tron, a locally-based, First Nation-owned joint business venture to provide construction services to Bruce Power.
Bruce Power announced a new agreement Friday with MAKWA-Tron, a locally-based, First Nation-owned joint business venture to provide construction services to Bruce Power. Facebook/ Bruce Power

Sask. First Nations company signs agreement with Ontario-based nuclear company

By Nigel Maxwell
January 26, 2019 - 10:00am

new agreement could help bring more jobs to a First Nations community in northern Saskatchewan.

Ontario-based Bruce Power has signed a supplier agreement with the owners of the Makwa Development Corporation and Tron, a construction company based on the English River First Nation.

The province is making strides in tackling red tape while it's still a work in progress for the city of Prince Albert.
The province is making strides in tackling red tape while it's still a work in progress for the city of Prince Albert. Brady Bateman/paNOW Staff

Red Tape blues: How do the province and P.A. stack up?

By Glenn Hicks
January 24, 2019 - 5:00pm

Reducing regulations and cutting back on all that paperwork is the focus of the Canadian Federation of Independent Business (CFIB) annual Red Tape Report Card. Their latest analysis, as part of Red Tape Awareness Week, gives Saskatchewan its first ever fully-fledged A grade.

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