Bikers in Saskatchewan could avoid a proposed 73 per cent increase to their insurance rate.
"All options are on the table, to perhaps have another look at the proposal or to withdraw it," said Premier Brad Wall, during an interview on John Gormley Live this morning.
"There are some options, perhaps around two-part licenses."
The major issue is the income-to-cost ratio SGI is facing, when it comes to bikers.
"There's a $9 million deficit between what they generate from insurance than what is expected to be paid out for motorcycle accidents," said Wall.
Increased security during events as well as better communication between Conexus and Luther College security members are some of the recommendations coming from a jury at the inquest looking into the death of 17-year-old Jaidan Lynn Slaferek.
The jury also recommended a back pack and coat check area, another measure to limit alcohol from outside being brought into the centre.
Saskatoon's most recent celebrity is known as the "giant icicle" and today, its own Twitter account is tweeting about its impending doom.
Crews continue to chip away at a giant three-storey icicle on the side of an apartment building in Saskatoon.
"This thing has got to be at least 3,000 or 4,000 pounds," said Erik Foster, with Canadian Spray Foam Solutions.
"In the middle, it's soft, so with the chainsaw it's really hard to cut it down because of all the water we're dealing with."
February is finally over and the weather man says March is coming in like a lamb and should go out like one too.
Environmental Canada Meteorologist David Phillips says there is more warm weather on the way.
“That’s what our models are telling us with a tendency to warm up as we go through March into April,” he commented.
He says Saskatchewan people can look for warmer than normal temperatures, and normal amounts of precipitation.
Just don’t put away the shovels just yet. Typically, we get about a quarter of our winter snowfall in March.
It's been a great week for investors with the DOW Jones closing near its record high on Wednesday at 14,075.37.
However, Preet Banerjee, finance columnist and the host of Million Dollar Neighbourhood, says this news doesn't mean you should throw all your money at the markets, especially not right now. He says you need to follow the golden rule - buy low and sell high to make money. He compares it to your weekly grocery shopping.
The City of Regina is getting ready to make big strides on the housing front, according to a report before City Council earlier this week.
At Monday night's meeting, Council saw the first draft of the city's "Comprehensive Housing Strategy" - the administration's first effort at drafting wholesale changes aimed at easing Regina's tight housing market.
As the old saying goes, better late than never.
The CFL handed out the 2012 Coach of the Year award Thursday in Regina in front of a room filled with executives and employees from across the league.
Not surprisingly when all was said and done, the Argonauts Scott Milanovich was named the winner, after guiding Toronto to the Grey Cup in November. He beat out the Lions Mike Benevides and the Stampeders John Hufnagel for the award.
A new agreement between SaskPower and the First Nations Power Authority could mean a lot more power for the province and big economic opportunities for Saskatchewan’s First Nations.
The agreement sets up the framework for establishing the power generation opportunities on reserves.
Another sign of spring at last, after months of trying to keep up with heavy snowfall, now Regina city crews are getting ready for run-off.
They have already starting clearing up to 10 feet of packed snow from some drainage ditches and are warning those who like to sled down the hills there to be careful.
Next week crews will be moving on to clear ice and snow off major roads and curbside drains.
Unless you want to see some big puddles in your neighbourhood you might want to help out by checking to make sure catch on the streets are clear of ice.
It's been a busy week for CFL Commissioner Mark Cohon.
He's been in Regina for the CFL Congress meeting with all of the business types in the league...but Cohon still isn't too busy to meet with the fans.
Cohon actually spent Wednesday evening meeting fans at the Press Box Sports Bar in Regina.