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Canora Courier

All the bells and whistles can be noisy

Not that long ago, I decided it was finally time for a full-scale replacement of our old appliances.

The most ridiculous headache remedies on the Internet

On the day I’m writing this, I’m finding that I’m having a little trouble focusing on work. There could be multiple reasons for this, what with it being a Monday.

One town council member decides not to seek re-election

Members of the town council are beginning to make their decisions regarding re-election, as anyone wishing to serve in an elected municipal office must have nominations submitted by September 21.

Farmers continuing to see good crops this season

The harvest season is already beginning, and farmers are already pleased to see the crops returning good yields. Mat Dennison, agronomist with Prairie Soil Services Ltd., said that cereal crops have already been harvested in most of the area.

Anglican priests leave Kamsack and Canora parishes

The two priests who have looked after the needs of Anglican parishioners in this area for the past eight years left the community as of today. Rev. Kim Salo and his wife Rev.

Rama mayor solidifies plans to seek re-election

In the Village of Rama, both the mayor and two current town councillors are leaning towards seeking re-election. Darrel Dutchak is Rama’s current mayor, and leads council with Jeff Hunter and Darryl McLeod.
Canora Golf and Country Club hold successful senior tournament

Canora Golf and Country Club hold successful senior tournament

The Canora Golf and Country Club brought in seniors from around the province for its Senior Men’s and Women’s Golf Tournament.
Canora Junior Elementary School welcomes students back for another year

Canora Junior Elementary School welcomes students back for another year

Terry Dennis Texas Scramble Golf Tournament has a successful second year

Terry Dennis Texas Scramble Golf Tournament has a successful second year

Canora man shares memories through collection of homemade toys

Canora man shares memories through collection of homemade toys

Memories of growing up in rural Saskatchewan are being passed down through generations thanks to the hobby of toy-making.