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Saskatchewan village raising funds for playground to honour mass stabbing victim

Saskatchewan village raising funds for playground to honour mass stabbing victim

Apr 11, 2024 | 5:33pm
Residents of a village in Saskatchewan are raising funds to build a lasting tribute to one of their own who died in a mass stabbing attack. A committee in Weldon, northeast of Saskatoon, seeks to raise $150,000 to build a playground to honour the memory of Wesley Petterson — and the nearby James Smith Cree […]
Canada’s Farm Show to focus on AgTech, innovation

Canada’s Farm Show to focus on AgTech, innovation

Apr 11, 2024 | 5:21pm
AgTech is being billed as a particular focus for the 2024 edition of Canada’s Farm Show, which is back in Regina on June 18 to 20. The annual show brings together farmers and ag industry professionals to see and display the latest in innovation and cutting edge technology for the agricultural sector. The launch event […]
Getting connected is the general theme of Day 1 of SARM Convention

Getting connected is the general theme of Day 1 of SARM Convention

Mar 14, 2024 | 12:44am
There was a common thread during the first day of the Saskatchewan Association of Rural Municipalities (SARM) Annual Convention & Trade Show on Wednesday: getting connected to ensure everyone’s needs are met. Elements of that seemed to be incorporated into each speech given to SARM delegates at the Queensbury Convention Centre. During her opening speech […]
Over 2-thousand people expected at Annual SARM Convention & Trade Show

Over 2-thousand people expected at Annual SARM Convention & Trade Show

Mar 13, 2024 | 5:00am
The Saskatchewan Association of Rural Municipalities (SARM) is ready for its annual Convention and Trade Show this week at REAL District in Regina. Everything kicks off Wednesday morning with registration at 8 o’clock, opening ceremonies at 10 o’clock, and addresses at 10:30 from Regina Mayor Sandra Masters, Provincial Minister of Government Relations Don McMorris, and […]
Chan named Sask. Party candidate in Yorkton for 2024 Provincial Election

Chan named Sask. Party candidate in Yorkton for 2024 Provincial Election

Mar 8, 2024 | 5:54am
David Chan will run under the Saskatchewan Party’s banner in Yorkton in the upcoming provincial election. For the past 6 years Chan has worked as a mental health counsellor for local First Nations – primarily focusing on youth and families. Chan ran against Darcy Zaharia and Kaitlyn Kitzan for the nomination after long-time MLA Greg […]
Multiple fish left to waste on Montreal Lake

Multiple fish left to waste on Montreal Lake

Feb 26, 2024 | 3:25pm
Conservation officers are looking for those responsible in a case of several game fish being left to waste on Montreal Lake. Christopher Lake conservation officers got a report on January 28 about 7 whole northern pike that had been left about 300 metres from the shore of the lake near Timber Bay, Saskatchewan. Officers believe […]
Sask Ministry of Environment raising awareness of invasive species

Sask Ministry of Environment raising awareness of invasive species

Feb 26, 2024 | 2:55pm
Making the public aware of what invasive species are and the potential negative impacts it can have on the environment is what the Saskatchewan government is focusing on this week, as it declared Monday to Sunday Invasive Species Awareness Week. Invasive species are non-native plants, animals, insects, and diseases that can be spread unintentionally through […]
Eggs recalled in Sask. due to possible salmonella contamination

Eggs recalled in Sask. due to possible salmonella contamination

Feb 18, 2024 | 8:53am
The threat of possible salmonella contamination has triggered a food recall in Saskatchewan. The Canadian Food Inspection Agency (CFIA) says several egg brands, including Compliments large eggs, Harman medium eggs, No-name large eggs, Star Egg medium, large, and extra-large eggs, are on the recall list. Only eggs with the specific lot code information in the […]