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Treaty Four is commemorated at tree sculpture

Agreement signed 147 years ago this week Helper Iona Creeley assisted elder Margaret Keewatin in the smudge ceremony of the tree sculpture on Bay Ave....

Bell rededicated at Jacob Bear Community Church

Missionary Pastor Brig Judy retires Sunday, Sept. 12 was an emotional day at Jacob Bear Community Church. The members were bidding adieu to missionary pastor,...

Family fun at Kat’s Arcade opens for business in Grenfell

Youth and families have a new entertainment option in Grenfell. Kat’s Arcade, located on the corner of Desmond Street and Wolseley Avenue, is open...

PVSD teepee joins First Nation to promote healing

Teepees were raised at the former Lebret Residential School site last week. One teepee was painted with the Prairie Valley School Division (PVSD) logo...

Over 40 years for Terry Fox run – jogging across the...

For over 40 years, the annual Terry Fox Run has become a fall tradition in Canada. More than 650 communities, big and small, fundraise...

Regina–Qu’Appelle – Nominations close; advance polls opening

The list of political candidates have now been finalized for all 338 electoral districts across Canada and people will begin voting to elect members...

Green Party launches aggressive campaign in Regina-Qu’Appelle

Naomi Hunter challenging incumbent Andrew Scheer Naomi Hunter, the self assured Green Party candidate running against Conservative Andrew Scheer in Regina–Qu’Appelle has adopted Tom Petty’s...

Kahkewistahaw begins new development

Amidst applause and the sound of drumming, FSIN Chief Bobby Cameron placed the final piece on a large, ceremonial teepee on Monday, Aug. 30....

All residences must have CO2 and fire detectors

Sask. amends Uniform Building and Accessibility Standards RegulationsDeadline for compliance is July 1, 2022 All Saskatchewan residential buildings will require working carbon monoxide and smoke...

Eagle carving sits in front of St. John’s Anglican

Fort Qu’Appelle Communities in Bloom Kamron Garbe carved an eagle outside St. John’s Anglican Church in Fort Qu’Appelle. The eagle is a symbol of the...

Provincial News

Saskatchewan implementing mandatory masking, proof of vaccination

The Government of Saskatchewan has announced new measures to address health care capacity pressures caused by rising case rates, primarily driven by the unvaccinated...

Grasslands News Fall Ag 2021