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Affordability plan includes $500 rebates

The government of Saskatchewan has announced a four-point affordability plan to address the current rising cost of living across the province.The plan was announced...

Minister won’t intervene in Fort San dispute

Saskatchewan’s Minister of Government Relations would like to see the resort village of Fort San settle its differences with the mayor on its own...

Memorial park opened for officer killed on duty

Cst. Shelby Patton died last June while responding to a stolen vehicle call in Wolseley Hundreds of people gathered in Indian Head last Saturday afternoon...

Navigating the pandemic and return to school

As hard as it may seem to be a true fact, students and staff are now in their fourth academic year with the pandemic....

Cowessess Powwow lifts First Nations’ spirits

Cowessess First Nation welcomed drummers, dancers and visitors to its arbour for a traditional powwow last week. The three-day event began on August 16...

Education quality prompts parents to move students

Balcarres Community School As many as 53 students, and perhaps more, who would normally be enrolled at the Balcarres Community School won’t be going back...

‘Bring the Children Home’ ride reaches Piapot

A 10-day, 1,400 km ride on horseback through six Saskatchewan First Nations to draw attention to the disproportionate number of indigenous children in child...

New director conducts Calling Lakes Choir

After a two year absence The Calling Lakes Choir begins rehearsals in Fort Qu’Appelle on Aug. 29 under the direction of a new conductor....

Balcarres Hospital lab service will be restored in phases

Laboratory services at the Balcarres hospital have been curtailed indefinitely.Although council initially had been led to believe that the lab is closing permanently, Health...

Federal gov’t delivers apology at Peepeekisis

The federal government has at last formally admitted that a social experiment aimed at forcing residential school graduates to become farmers on the Peepeekisis...

Provincial News

Two arrested after stolen semi catches fire

Just after midnight on September 29, 2022, Moosomin RCMP received a report from Manitoba RCMP that a pick-up truck towing a trailer – both...

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