A Saskatchewan Party leadership candidate won't just be knocking on doors ahead of the January election, he's inviting voters to come to him. Ken Cheveldayoff's campaign is planning to host 40 to 50 voting stations across the province for voters to mark their ballots and photocopy IDs. The first one is scheduled for tonight in Moose Jaw at the Ramada Inn. "Whenever you can help voters, in any way, to go through the democratic process, I think it's helpful," Cheveldayoff said.
Investigators will analyze two recorders to figure out what happened onboard the ATR 42 airplane that crashed near Fond-du-Lac, Sask. late Wednesday. The 50-passenger plane is required to carry a cockpit voice recorder and a flight data recorder, according to a spokesperson with the Transportation Safety Board. There were 25 people on board the plane when it crashed not far from the small airport. Everyone survived, although several were seriously injured.
Arson Fern had a feeling something was wrong when the ATR 42 airplane he and his family were on starting dipping from side to side. "I yelled in our language, in Dene, I said 'We're gonna crash! The plane's gonna crash!'" His wife, Janey, turned to him. "She said 'Arson, what is wrong with you?' And at 'you' — bang! — that's when it crashed." There were 25 people on board when the plane came down near Fond-du-Lac, in northern Saskatchewan late Wednesday. No one was killed.
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