REGINA -- 1. SaskTel notifies 30,000 customers about illegal downloads


Movie and music publishers are keeping their eyes on SaskTel customers who are downloading content illegally.

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2. Premier Moe gets increased RCMP security detail

Moe Security

Saskatchewan Premier Scott Moe is now accompanied by a team of RCMP Officers as an added security measure.

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3. Unifor fined $250K after second contempt of court ruling in Co-op Refinery labour dispute


Unifor has been found guilty of contempt of court for a second time in the labour dispute at the Co-op Refinery Complex.

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4. Family remembers 'joyful, spirited' girl after charges laid in 3-year-old's 2018 death

Zoey Hancock

Regina police say they have charged a woman with manslaughter in the death of a three-year-old girl in 2018.

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5. Co-op ends fuel restrictions across the Prairies

Carseland Co-op Cardlock

The Co-op Refinery announced it has ended daily fuel restrictions in Saskatchewan, Alberta and Manitoba.

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