Last year, a Saskatoon Court of Queen’s Bench judge ordered Zielke to stop representing people on legal matters, as he does not have a law degree.
"That's the wildcard," candidate Cary Tarasoff says of the dinner. "If the supper wasn't included, I'd go. It just doesn't pass my sniff test."
Saskatoon police are hoping a composite image may help identify the mother of a baby girl found dead in a dumpster last fall.
Saskatchewan’s chief medical health officer, Dr. Saqib Shahab, says from what he’s heard the testing process “went fairly smoothly."