2021-22 Year end financials show strength

Saskatchewan's finances strengthened in 2021-22, with higher than forecast revenue. A deficit of $1.47 billion at year-end is a $1.14 billion improvement over the projected de...


Government abandons plan for warning label on beef

Farmers have spoken and the government has listened The government has backed down on a proposal to require warning labels on ground beef and poultry. Health Canada will...


USask project aims to give Ag producers easier access to data

The Government of Canada is investing $400,000 over the next two years to help the University of Saskatchewan lead a project that focuses on creating a user-friendly data anal...


PDAP eligibility expanded

The Government of Saskatchewan recently announced lifting the requirements for the Provincial Disaster Assistance Program (PDAP) allowing farmers who make more than $2 million...


Concerns about new federal labelling for beef

Recently Health Canada announced that packaged foods in Canada, which include ground beef and ground pork, will fall under their new front-of-package nutrition symbol of labe...


Patron found guilty on charges of assault

A jury has found Travis Patron, former leader of the Canadian Nationalist Party and a candidate in Souris-Moose Mountain, guilty on two counts of assault causing bodily harm. ...


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College discusses new programs at Chamber meeting

At the June Moosomin Chamber of Commerce meeting on Tuesday, Southeast College gave a presentation of the different programs they offer from the Moosomin, Estevan and Weyburn ...


Plans presented for Labyrinth Park, Eastside Playground

Presentations were made at the June meeting of the Moosomin Chamber of Commerce Tuesday on two community improvement projects — development of a park around the labyrinth site...


Student donates to Moosomin airport project at Chamber of Commerce meeting

At the Moosomin Chamber of Commerce meeting on Tuesday, Ricayla Gawryluk of Whitewood donated $3,384 towards the Moosomin Airport Expansion Project. As part of an assignmen...


Cutler opens new business in Moosomin

Shauna Cutler has opened a new store selling work wear, pet food and accessories on Ellice Street in Moosomin. Cutler will also continue to offer dog grooming out of that loca...


SUMA supporting those displaced by conflict in Ukraine

As the province prepares to welcome 230 individuals displaced by war in Ukraine, Saskatchewan Urban Municipalities Association (SUMA) and Saskatchewan’s cities, towns, village...


Stolen trailer from Canalta Hotel on Saturday, June 25

A trailer was stolen from Moosomin Canalta Hotel early Saturday morning, June 25th, 2022. A citizen called police with suspicious activity and saw a light-coloured pickup t...


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Lots coming up for Canada Day weekend

The Canada Day weekend is going to be a busy one across the region, with many communities hosting events to mark Canada’s birthday and to celebrate the long weekend. P...


Donations are coming in quickly for Eastside Playground Committee in Moosomin

On Thursday, the Eastside Playground Committee of Moosomin received two donations for a total of $11,500. The RM of Moosomin donated $10,000 to the committee and the Moosom...


Jessica Campbell chosen to coach during New York Rangers Development Camp

On Tuesday, the New York Rangers announced that Rocanville’s Jessica Campbell will join the Rangers’ 2022 Development Camp as a coach, becoming the first woman in the history ...


Reconciliation games hosted by South East Men’s Fastball League

On June 11, the South East Men’s Fastball League hosted a day of reconciliation games where all six teams in the league played against each other to promote reconciliation bet...


Sod-turning held for Esterhazy’s $29.9 million water project

On Tuesday, the Town of Esterhazy celebrated the sod-turning for their more than $29.9 million regional water system project located at the north end of town. The project i...


New clothing store opening in Moosomin

A new clothing store will be opening soon on Main Street in Moosomin. Hannah Herman will be opening Haven Clothing on the 600 block of Main Street. The new business will be...


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