Crop insurance is perceived to provide predictable and timely support but only 30 percent said coverage was adequate. | File photo

Farmers report dissatisfaction with current program

A survey of 268 Saskatchewan farmers has found dissatisfaction with AgriStability. The Agricultural Producers Association of Saskatchewan polled members to confirm what it had been hearing, said president Norm Hall. “The survey was to get factual information, instead of just anecdotal,” he said. There have been many complaints about the program since changes were made […] Read more

Dianne and Dave Saum started the Sask Ufology Club to give people a safe place to share experiences about unexplained phenomena.  |  Robyn Tocker photo

Sask. proves bountiful location for UFO spotters

Ufology club formed | Club meetings can attract up to 100 people and organizers plan to increase their frequency

Saskatchewan is a hot spot for extraterrestrial activities, according to Sask Ufology Club founders Dianne and Dave Saum. Dianne said there were 1,700 sightings from Ontario to British Columbia last year and 2,000 this year. Fort Qu’Appelle, Watrous, Lumsden and Saskatoon in Saskatchewan have shown to be hot spots for the activity. The couple lives […] Read more