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Kamsack council looking at community safety officer program

Kamsack council looking at community safety officer program

Kamsack is looking at a Community Safety Officer program that will allow the town to address low-risk to harm, high-priority policing needs, freeing up RCMP to focus on higher impact needs.
Loon chick survival a concern at Madge Lake: survey

Loon chick survival a concern at Madge Lake: survey

The 2022 Loon Survey of Madge Lake said total number of common loons in 2022 was similar to previous years, but the average number of surviving chicks is not as high as it should be.
Santa Claus to visit Kamsack during concert on Dec. 18

Santa Claus to visit Kamsack during concert on Dec. 18

A Community Christmas Concert, just like the ones we used to know, will be held at the Kamsack Playhouse Dec. 18
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.
Kamsack Library offers ‘sleigh full of cheer’ in lottery fundraiser

Kamsack Library offers ‘sleigh full of cheer’ in lottery fundraiser

The Kamsack Library is raising money to buy new laptop computers and tables to put them on, as well as equipment upgrades and chairs.
Divinity student serves as Kamsack United Church minister

Divinity student serves as Kamsack United Church minister

Ryan Sawchuk said he felt called to the ministry when he was about 19.
Police make second arrest in relation to murder of Cote teen

Police make second arrest in relation to murder of Cote teen

Latest suspect charged with being accessory to the murder on Keeseekoose First Nation.
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.
Popular holiday season tradition returns to Canora

Popular holiday season tradition returns to Canora

Fill the Sleigh day is coming up on Dec. 3, where Canora Red Apple Store customers are encouraged to fill an ambulance with toys and "bring a smile to a child's face."
Foundation thanks credit union for funding equipment

Foundation thanks credit union for funding equipment

Affinity Credit Union helped the Assiniboine Valley Health and Wellness Foundation buy a new automatic blood pressure machine.
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