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November Invermay School news

November Invermay School news

Invermay students hear first-hand the dangers of drinking and driving at the SADD provincial conference in Saskatoon.
Cobras play well but go down to defeat

Cobras play well but go down to defeat

Canora played with a lot of grit against Theodore, but couldn't overcome a rash of penalties in the latter portion of the game.
Vendors provide Christmas shopping bonanza in Canora

Vendors provide Christmas shopping bonanza in Canora

Whether a person was looking for warm winter clothing, jewelry, or tasty Christmas baking, they could probably find it at the Canora Rainbow Hall Christmas Market.
United Church event combines good fun and good food

United Church event combines good fun and good food

In addition to the fun and fellowship, approximately 100 dozen cookies and nearly 2,000 perogies were sold.
Work crews on the job removing snow from Canora streets

Work crews on the job removing snow from Canora streets

Snow may look pretty, but getting it off the Canora streets is a lot of work.
Enthusiastic local residents ignore winter cold to enjoy parade

Enthusiastic local residents ignore winter cold to enjoy parade

The Winter Lights Festival has become a popular tradition for Canora, even if if it means braving snow and minus 20 C temperatures to be part of the parade.
Cougar Corner Headlines: Meeting the needs of the less fortunate

Cougar Corner Headlines: Meeting the needs of the less fortunate

The Canora Composite School Grade 12 students held their annual food drive where students donate non-perishable food products to people who are in need.
World must follow Canada, says pilot who delivered refugees

World must follow Canada, says pilot who delivered refugees

The issue of people fleeing their countries to escape war, like the one in Ukraine, and other forms of persecution had become a global humanitarian crisis and Canada is making the effort to help them.
RCMP Report: Trio of cheese & cactus thieves on the loose

RCMP Report: Trio of cheese & cactus thieves on the loose

Two females and a male entered the Canora Co-op Grocery Store and stole a Christmas cactus and package of Gouda cheese. The thieves left in a dark coloured Chevrolet Equinox. RCMP are looking for the assistance of the public with this case.
Cougar Corner Headlines: Long-awaited yearbook finally available

Cougar Corner Headlines: Long-awaited yearbook finally available

After an 18-month wait involving numerous delays, including COVID-19, the 2021 CCS yearbook has arrived.
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