A look back at the Saskatoon morning news: Wednesday, November 22 – Saskatoon

Holiday safety tips and improving care for cancer patients across the province.

Here’s your morning look back for the Wednesday, November 22 edition of Saskatoon World News Morning.

Party Safety Tips from the Saskatoon Fire Department

People begin to get into the holiday spirit by decorating trees and hanging lights.

But there are some important things to keep in mind to ensure the vacation is safe.

From choosing the right tree to inspecting lights and cords, Fire Marshal Brian Conway gives advice on what to do to stay safe this holiday season.

Improving Cancer Patient Care in Saskatchewan

A first-ever clinical trial aims to improve the quality of life of ovarian cancer patients in Saskatchewan.

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The next-generation sequencer will allow researchers to perform tests on tumors.

Dr. Laura Hopkins explains what the trial will mean for cancer patients and how it will be conducted.

Saskatoon Morning Weather Forecast: Wednesday, November 22

A little freshness on the way — Chantal Wagner has your SkyTracker forecast for Wednesday, November 22 morning for Saskatoon and surrounding areas.

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