Maple Creek

Boil Water Advisory for Maple Creek Ended

Boil Water Advisory for Maple Creek Ended

Nov 28, 2023 | 3:12pm
The Town of Maple Creek says a water main break caused a depressurization of its water distribution system, raising concerns about the quality of the drinking water. The issue was isolated and is under repair. The town says in an email that the Water Security Agency issued the advisory, which is to be in place until the repair […]

Hot Weekend Ahead

Jul 21, 2023 | 2:08pm

The heat is on. This weekend the thermometer will begin pushing into the 30’s with a potential high temperature of 35 degrees on tap for Monday. “Its already happening in south western Saskatchewan and southern Alberta” according to Samantha Mouti with Environment and Climate Change Canada. “There’s a ridge of high pressure building on the […]

Snowfall warning issued for Regina and Southern Saskatchewan

Oct 22, 2022 | 4:46pm

We knew the warmer than average autumn wouldn’t last forever. Environment Canada has issued a “snowfall warning” for Regina.  The weather office is predicting between 10 and 20 centimetres (or just under 8 inches) of snow. The flakes are expected to start falling sometime early Sunday morning, and continue through the day tapering off Monday […]

SaskPower repairs in southwest almost complete

Apr 11, 2022 | 5:33am

After nearly a week of work, SaskPower has nearly completed their repairs to the southwest after last week’s weather event. As of now 29 customers remain without power and their services are expected to be restored by 10:00 pm  Monday night. Crews will be working on damaged lines that are in remote hard to access […]

SaskPower still working on remaining power lines in southwest

Apr 10, 2022 | 8:10am

About 138 SaskPower customers remain without power in the southwestern part of the province after a storm knocked down poles and lines last week. SaskPower said in a media release Saturday night that more than 600 power poles and 750 replacement crossarms have been sent to the Maple Creek area since the beginning of the […]

Wet snow and heavy winds create havoc in southwest

Apr 8, 2022 | 10:45am

An Alberta clipper was the main cause of the power outage affecting the southwest region of Saskatchewan throughout the week. A weather front rolled into the area on Wednesday that was accompanied with winds that were measured as fast as 100 km/hr. Along with the heavy winds, Environment Canada’s Justin Schaer says the clipper also […]

Power restored to majority of customers in Maple Creek and surrounding area

Apr 7, 2022 | 9:45pm

After a severe spring weather event compromised a large swath of the power grid in south western Saskatchewan – SaskPower has been able to reconnect the majority of customers. Close to 4000 customers were left without power in multiple communities Wednesday thru to Thursday of this week. The power company was faced with the task […]

SaskPower continues work around southwest section of the province

Apr 7, 2022 | 5:35am

Work continues to be done to fully restore power to the southwest area of the province. On Wednesday, SaskPower crews worked throughout the day to restore power to the the majority of the Maple Creek area. This morning, crews will be working to restore power to the surrounding area of Maple Creek that are still […]

Update on power outage in southwest Saskatchewan

Apr 6, 2022 | 5:52am

An update to yesterday’s power outage that affected the southwest section of the province. Around 6:15 pm, power was restored to Eastend, Val Marie, Climax and other surrounding areas. Crews were also able to restore power to the Shaunavon area Power was not restored in Maple Creek and were without power overnight. Crews are staged […]

“Supercars” caught speeding near Maple Creek

Apr 22, 2021 | 5:19pm

Here’s a story you won’t hear very often. Maple Creek RCMP say they were on patrol April 17th when they noticed a Lamborghini, a Ferrari and an Aston Martin speeding on Highway 21. Officers caught up to the trio who were travelling in excess of 180 kilometers an hour in a 110 zone. The three […]