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SUMMERS, William Edward (Bill)

SUMMERS, William Edward (Bill)

June 23, 1956 July 25, 2015, beloved husband of Colleen Summers of Madge Lake, Saskatchewan, passed away peacefully at the Kamsack and District Nursing Home, at the age of 59 years. Bill was born in Saskatoon to Rodney and Isabel Summers.
DANYLUK, Jerry

DANYLUK, Jerry

Jerry Danyluk, beloved husband of Millie Danyluk of Canora, passed away at the Canora Hospital on August 3, 2015, at the age of 66 years. Jerry was born on January 3, 1949 in Canora, SK to Steve and Evelyn (Maier) Danyluk.
PALAGIAN, Ted

PALAGIAN, Ted

Ted Palagian passed away peacefully, surrounded by his family, on July 16, 2015, after a long and courageous battle with pancreatic cancer.
ORTYNSKY, Lillian

ORTYNSKY, Lillian

At the age of 94 years, Lillian Ortynsky passed away at the Canora Gateway Lodge on July 28, 2015. Lillian was born in the Mikado District on October 11, 1920 to Paul and Anna (Senkiw) Gogal. She attended school near Mikado.
BARON, Russell

BARON, Russell

BARON - Russell Baron passed away at the Yorkton Regional Health Centre on June 26, 2015, at the age of 76 years. Russell was born in Canora, SK on September 9, 1938 to William and Katie (Babchishin) Baron.
Graduates had their moment – now they move on

Graduates had their moment – now they move on

From arriving at Canora Composite School in Grade 5, these graduates were anxiously waiting to be in Grade 12, said Kaitlyn Statchuk, who gave the valedictory address. “This was the moment we have all been waiting for.
Invermay School News

Invermay School News

School held the annual awards night. It started out with the accelerated reading recognition certificates being awarded to students from K to Grade 9 who achieved their A.R. (accelerated reader) goals.

Effect of water sulphate on beef cattle

Sulphate can be found in almost all natural water and is probably the most common contaminant of water sources for livestock in Saskatchewan. High levels of sulphate in drinking water has considerable impact on both health and performance of animals.

Farmers must be ready to be part of the discussion

It is increasingly obvious that much in our world moving forward will not be imposed by government regulation, but rather by the philosophies put forward by big business.

Letter: Make ATV safety a priority for your child

The editor: ATV safety is hardly child’s play. In fact, when it comes to the various dangers associated with off-roading, children are the most vulnerable demographic.