The Saskatchewan Roughriders are off this weekend but did make a trade with Hamilton. In exchange for defensive end Mike McAdoo, Saskatchewan sent receiver Ricky Collins to the Hamilton Tiger-Cats, along with a seventh-round drafter pick in the 2018Â CFL Draft to the Ti-Cats. Collins was injured in the Riders season opener after scoring two touchdowns in 2016. McAdoo has not yet played this season.
This year marks the 134 anniversary of the Prince Albert Summer Fair and the event has a dynamic history. When it began over a century ago, it was known as The Lorne Agricultural Society Fair, and being the 1800s, the fair didn’t quite look like it does today. Formed in 1883, the Lorne Agricultural Society had 84 members and it was the North's first agricultural society. In 1905, the society was renamed the Prince Albert Agricultural Society.
The community of Waskesiu will soon be playing host to kids and their families for the 25 annual Waskesiu Children’s Festival on July 15. Shannon Bond, communications officer for the Prince Albert National Park, said celebrating 25 years means an entire generation of kids have grown up coming to the park and taking part in the festival. “It’s one of those events that’s really popular for people to come back to, time and time again.
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Selecting a term
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Hashtags (e.g. #sxsw, #london2012)
Bio details (e.g. vegan, Olympics, father)
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Find results that mention multiple specified terms, use AND or
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