Glenn Hicks

Pierre Dominic Morin photographed with his wife Belinda.
Pierre Dominic Morin photographed with his wife Belinda. submitted photo/Morin Family

Southend family seeks answers after 2017 murder

By Glenn Hicks
January 21, 2019 - 5:10pm

Family members of a man murdered in Southend 17 months ago continue to be frustrated that no one in the small northern community is prepared to talk to investigators. They are also frustrated by what they see as a lack of effort by the RCMP.

Pierre Dominic Morin, 33,.....

The Cook kids: (back) Jacob, Howard and John; (front) Leona, Raymond, Jerry and Joseph.
The Cook kids: (back) Jacob, Howard and John; (front) Leona, Raymond, Jerry and Joseph. submitted photo/Leona Cook

'60s Scoop survivors reflect on provincial apology

By Glenn Hicks
January 11, 2019 - 4:57pm Updated: January 12, 2019 - 5:06pm

Two survivors of the '60s Scoop with a strong connection to Prince Albert, shared their thoughts on the formal apology by the government this week.

Premier Scott Moe issued the apology Monday regarding the government’s role in the forced removal of Indigenous children from their homes over a plus-two.....

This image taken by a woman in Tasmania is an example of how contrails from jet aircraft can easily appear UFO-like depending on the angle of the rising or setting sun.
This image taken by a woman in Tasmania is an example of how contrails from jet aircraft can easily appear UFO-like depending on the angle of the rising or setting sun. Facebook/Lee-Anne Peters

Was a sighting in the North a UFO or a plane?

By Glenn Hicks
January 10, 2019 - 2:00pm

A couple in the North are wondering if they saw a UFO just before dawn Wednesday.

Wayne Galloway and his wife live in a remote spot 70 air miles north of La Ronge and spied a glowing object heading slowly east around 8:45 a.m.

“I can’t imagine what.....

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Trade minister says carbon tax poses challenge to Ag growth

By Glenn Hicks
January 8, 2019 - 12:00pm

Saskatchewan's Minister of Trade and Export Development says the federal government wants to impose a carbon tax at a time when the agricultural sector is showing growth and should be getting a credit for its carbon-reduction efficiencies.

Speaking to paNOW , Jeremy Harrison said while there were month-on-month gains.....

About 700 jobs were lost when Cameco announced a temporary shut-down in the North would be permanent.
About 700 jobs were lost when Cameco announced a temporary shut-down in the North would be permanent. submitted photo/Cameco

Year in Review: Uranium in doldrums but some sparkle returns to project near P.A.

By Glenn Hicks
December 26, 2018 - 8:00am

As 2018 draws to a close, paNOW is taking a look back on the most important and impactful stories of the year, as selected by our reporters and editorial staff.

As one key Saskatchewan mining operation was forced to shut down this year, another long-awaited project showed glimpses.....

Buyers of vehicles who take long term loans are being warned about the risks of negative equity.
Buyers of vehicles who take long term loans are being warned about the risks of negative equity. File photo/paNOW Staff

Consumer warning over extended term loans for vehicles

By Glenn Hicks
December 18, 2018 - 5:00pm

The Financial and Consumer Affairs Authority of Saskatchewan (FCAA) is warning the public about the dangers of buying a vehicle on extended term loans.

The government agency said financing over seven or eight years with low payments can leave the consumer at risk of negative equity when they try.....

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