A member of the Hells Angels Motorcycle Club has raised more than $10,000 online for his lawsuit against a Saskatchewan mining company.
A member of the Hells Angels Motorcycle Club has raised more than $10,000 online for his lawsuit against a Saskatchewan mining company. The amount is well short of the $100,000 to $125,000 Hells Angel Dean “Dinger” Bell estimates he and others need to fight their wrongful dismissal claim."
The recent downturn in oil and potash prices has curbed consumer spending in some sectors, but it does not appear to have affected Saskatchewan residents’ penchant for motorcycles. Jason O’Handley thinks he know why.
SASKATOON – A man is in hospital following a motorcycle crash in Saskatoon. It happened Friday just after 1 a.m. at the bottom of the Broadway Bridge. Police say the motorcycle was spotted by a member of the traffic division speeding northbound on the bridge. A laser confirmed the speed to be over 100 km/h, according to police.
Saskatchewan Government Insurance (SGI) has implemented a Reduced No Fault coverage for motorcycle owners.The third option for coverage from SGI offers a basic package of injury benefits at a lower cost, since there are fewer benefits, SGI said in a press release on Tuesday.
Keith Irvine has been one of the people synonymous with the Bikers Against Diabetes (BAD) Rodeo since the event’s inception in 2008.
An Ontario man living in Saskatoon is facing a second degree murder charge.