EMO coordinator Heather McEwen shows the photographer some of the 26,000 sand bags that are being stored in case there were to be another flood. Many communities suffered problems in the last few years due to natural disasters.

As delegates at the Saskatchewan Urban Municipalities Association’s (SUMA) annual convention discuss emergency preparedness and the eastern part of Canada declares a state of emergency from the huge amounts of […]

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