Offence wins games and defence wins championships.
That's one of the oldest sayings when it comes to the game of football. However, for the Riders right now it's coming down to defence wins games and defence wins championships.
The Riders have now played four games and in three of them the defence has been good enough to win, two of them they were flat out dominant. In the one game the defence didn't play well the team was destroyed by the Toronto Argonauts.
People will soon be able to look up the salaries for First Nations chiefs online.
Tuesday marks the deadline for First Nations to submit their financials to the federal government.
“We mobilized the grassroots living on reserves. We mobilized people living off reserves who were frustrated by money being spent on reserves and then not being disclosed,” said Colin Craig, prairie director of the Canadian Taxpayers Federation.
The body found in the Moose Jaw River is, in fact, that of a missing man.
43-year-old Timothy Lockard was reported missing to police last Thursday.
His body was pulled out of the water Monday night near the area where he was last seen, just behind the Union Hospital.
Police say they do not suspect foul play.
An autopsy will be done to figure out how he died.
For thousands of years, the Buffalo Child Stone was a sacred gathering place for aboriginal groups on the Saskatchewan prairies. Now, a Saskatoon filmmaker is documenting his search for what remains of the controversial boulder that was blown apart and submerged in water nearly 50 years ago.
Many people are voicing concerns about the new smart meters SaskPower has been installing after several reports of fires, and some of those concerns are extending to the new technology SaskEnergy is installing, but SaskEnergy says there's no need to worry.
"SaskEnergy has no concerns with natural gas module technology that's being installed throughout Saskatchewan," said Vanessa Beaupre, supervisor of communications for SaskEnergy.
A man's body was pulled out of the Moose Jaw River on Monday night just behind the Union Hospital.
Moose Jaw Police Chief Rick Bourassa says at first glance, there appears to be nothing suspicious about the death but the investigation is on-going.
“There’s nothing at this time to indicate anything suspicious about the death that occurred there but again, we have a lot of investigative work to do yet,” Bourassa said.
Whether it's fair or not, the 2014 Saskatchewan Roughriders are consistently being compared to the team that won the Grey Cup in 2013.
Not surprisingly most of those comparisons aren't exactly positive right now as the offence certainly isn't clicking the way the 2013 version did. That's understandable though when you look at the list of players lost on that side of the ball.
The team's record isn't flawless like it was at this point last year and the defence and special teams aren't even as strong overall.
A highway chase that started in Weyburn ended on the set of Corner Gas in Roleau Saturday morning, with an Alberta woman now facing half a dozen charges.
It all started around 10:00 a.m. on Saturday when police started getting calls about a truck that was excessively speeding, and driving erratically on Highway 39 near Weyburn.
Weyburn Police officers and RCMP tried to stop the 2014 Dodge Ram, but ended up backing off because the truck was driving too fast. The truck kept driving north, fast and erratically, on Highway 39, even hitting an R.V. near Milestone.
More than a decade has gone by since Courtney Struble was last seen in Estevan, but to this day, RCMP continue to actively search for any trace of her.
Struble vanished in 2004 after leaving a friend’s place. She was just 13 at the time. Mounties believe she was murdered.
Police in Moose Jaw are asking the public for help in locating a missing man.
Friends and family of 43-year-old Timothy Lockard are worried about his well being.
He was last seen on Thursday, July 24 wearing a sleeveless shirt, shorts and shoes. Police haven't released any other details which could identify Lockard.