La Loche shooting victims honored

Two geographical features in Saskatchewan’s north have been named in honour of Adam Wood and Marie Janvier — a teacher and teacher’s aide who were killed on January 22, 2016, ...


Southeast College wants input

Southeast College is planning a meeting in Moosomin for Tuesday, November 21 to get input on the college’s strategic plan. “We create a five-year strategic plan, and this i...


Feds won't impose carbon tax on Sask on Jan. 1

Saskatchewan's government expects to have a climate change plan made public within a couple of weeks, while it has become clear that the federal government will not force a ca...


Service at Sask Legislature remembers victime of Ukrainian genocide

Minister Responsible for Saskatchewan-Ukraine Relations, Greg Ottenbreit, joined with members of Saskatchewan’s Ukrainian community and Saskatchewan’s Legislative Assembly in ...


Open house for proposed RM of Rocanville wind farm

More details were released on a proposal for a wind farm in the RM of Rocanville last week. NextEra Energy is in the very early stages of developing a proposal for a wind f...


Karyn’s story: One woman’s story of how she survived the ’60s Scoop, Residential School, and the Prison for Women in Kingston, and finally found her freedom

Evenings were always the hardest. Karyn (not her real name) spent her evenings swinging on the outdoor swings near the residential school she had been taken to, wishing an...


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Scott Moe targets 1.5M population by 2030

Saskatchewan Party Leadership Candidate Scott Moe announced his plan to continue the unprecedented growth Saskatchewan has experienced over the last decade. Under this plan, S...


Government saving money by renting vehicles

Significant savings, increased convenience and positive customer feedback have resulted in the province-wide expansion of the Government of Saskatchewan’s use of short-term ve...


Caring Communities: Online auction planned for families in need

An online auction will take place next week—November 20 to 25—to raise money for families in need through Caring Communities. “We’ve been working with local families around...


Collection this week for Operation Christmas Child

This is the week to return your shoebox for Operation Christmas Child. If you haven’t picked up a shoebox to fill for needy children, there’s still time to pick up a box, f...


Hamiota teacher charged with Sexual Exploitation

On Wednesday, November 8, 2017, at approximately 6:10 pm, officers from the Shoal Lake RCMP Detachment received a report that a female attending Hamiota Collegiate had receive...


31 other prizes offered: Local businesses giving away $15,000

Local businesses are getting together to give away $15,000 to reward one lucky shopper for shopping locally this Christmas season. The draw will be made on Dec. 20 and the...


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Steven Bonk on trade mission to India

Saskatchewan’s Economy Minister Steven Bonk will be in India during the coming week to strengthen the province’s trade links with one of Asia’s largest markets and one of the ...


Brad Wall says Governor General denigrating people of faith

Saskatchewan Premier Brad Wall says Gov. Gen. Julie Payette should avoid denigrating faiths that believe in a creator. Wall says in a letter to Payette that he's concerned ...


No charges laid in fatal dog attack at Riceton

The RCMP has concluded its investigation into the Riceton fatal dog attack. Based on the results of the investigation that was completed this week, there will be no charge...


$15,000 Christmas Giveaway just around the corner

We're getting excited about our 2017 Christmas Giveaway! We're getting the materials out to participating businesses this week, and will start promoting the draw after Reme...


‘Into the Woods’ coming up this weekend

Tickets still available for all four performances Creative Vision’s fourth production—Into the Woods—will be performed this Friday, Saturday and Sunday, and the exci...


RCMP dogs trained to detect human remains

The first two RCMP dog teams to be trained by the RCMP to detect human remains finished their training last Friday at the RCMP Police Dog Service Training Centre (PDSTC) in ...


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