The workers took the boy, who was "distressed" but appeared unharmed, inside the restaurant. A new report from the province's children's advocate delves into the events of that day and examines what may have led to the incident. During a news conference Wednesday morning, Advocate for Children and Youth Lisa Broda said the report's findings point to the need for change in the province's group home system.
Naked man takes run down aisles of Saskatchewan food store
The Crown wants a year in jail for a man convicted of running naked through a grocery store and into a meat cooler in northern Saskatchewan. Jobb, who is 51, pleaded guilty to charges, including indecent exposure and mischief, related to his actions in early March. The defence wants a six-month term for Jobb and says he was hallucinating, scared and very hot after taking what he thought was marijuana. Court heard during sentencing arguments on Monday that Jobb swung a broom stick, yelled at customers, damaged cash registers, threw meat and jumped into a meat cooler.
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Foreign Affairs officials are working on the case of two tourists stuck in Malaysia after they allegedly stripped on a holy mountain and raised controversy. According the Canadian Ministry of Foreign Affairs the two siblings are not under arrest and are safe. They are, however, barred from leaving Malaysia. According to Facebook posts from the tourists — Lindsey and Danielle Petersen — the siblings are from Saskatchewan. Officials in Malaysia have said the Petersons were among a group of 10 accused of taking off their clothes on top of the sacred Mount Kinabalu on the island of Borneo.