The Saskatchewan Roughriders are into their final bye week of the regular season contemplating how they can somehow regain relevance in the CFL playoff race following a 26-19 loss to Edmonton.
A Made-in-Ottawa Carbon Tax will impact Saskatchewan’s economy to the tune of $1.8 billion each and every year while only marginally reducing carbon emissions.
The Riders are not that good and not that bad as they showed in their 34-22 defeat at the hands of the Calgary Stampeders.
So history will record Johnny Manziel’s final game as a Hamilton Tiger-Cat came against the Saskatchewan Roughriders, although he never saw the field.
After an abbreviated work week featuring the Winnipeg Blue Bombers blowing their march to claim the July Grey Cup with a 20-17 loss to the BC Lions, the CFL comes back on stream with a full contingent of games.
The 2001 Super Bowl Champion Baltimore Ravens was noted for their defense, but not their offense.
It’s usually towards the end of the season when you have an idea of how a team has progressed or not, so the Riders did their fans a favor last week by imploding against the Montreal Alouettes 23-17 to put themselves in the drivers seat
Our government’s three-year plan to balance the budget is on track at a time when Saskatchewan taxpayers are also helping to balance the budgets of other provinces, such as Quebec.