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Remembrance Day yard message hits home

Remembrance Day yard message hits home

Canora homeowners use yard to pay tribute to those who served.
CJES meet promotes competition and physical fitness

CJES meet promotes competition and physical fitness

Students at Canora Junior Elementary school were rewarded for their hard work during the past season.
Canora region hit with first big dump of snow

Canora region hit with first big dump of snow

Judging by all the snow on the ground, it looks like winter is here to stay.
Undermanned Predators win Canora U15 tournament B side

Undermanned Predators win Canora U15 tournament B side

Preds bounce back from early loss with two straight wins to earn the Candy Cup.
Canora/Sturgis RCMP activity report: Inflatable pumpkin theft

Canora/Sturgis RCMP activity report: Inflatable pumpkin theft

Police received a report that an intoxicated female stole an inflatable Halloween pumpkin decoration from outside a residence in Canora. The same female also stole a solar light from another residence and was caught rummaging through an unlocked vehicle.
Update: Alberta clipper warnings over, more snow moving in

Update: Alberta clipper warnings over, more snow moving in

 Be sure to check the Highway Hotline before heading anywhere.
Readiness of Canora schools tested by surprise fire drills

Readiness of Canora schools tested by surprise fire drills

Fire crews roll up to both Canora schools to test students in quickly and safely exiting their schools.
Indigenous duo to perform their unique music in Canora

Indigenous duo to perform their unique music in Canora

Twin Flames is a duo known for music that builds bridges across cultures, continents and styles.
Cobras looking forward to successful season in expanded league

Cobras looking forward to successful season in expanded league

The team is looking for volunteers in a number of areas, including: clock operator, playing music during games, 50/50, scoresheet, working at the bar, and ticket takers.
CCS students combine fun and giving back to community

CCS students combine fun and giving back to community

Canora Composite School students had all kinds of Halloween-related fun and games, but also helped out around town by cleaning up leaves and weeds on many yards.
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