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Trans Canada Trail's Great Canadian Hike is back

Trans Canada Trail's Great Canadian Hike is back

Registration is now open for all Canadians to participate in hiking a section of the Trans Canada Trail that is close to them
SaskGalleries launches 2021 Hybrid Fine Art Fair

SaskGalleries launches 2021 Hybrid Fine Art Fair

The event will showcase Saskatchewan fine artists online and in-person from September 16 to 26.
RCMP renews request for information: four wanted individuals

RCMP renews request for information: four wanted individuals

Saskatchewan RCMP are on the lookout for four suspects in an ongoing human trafficking investigation.
Pelly senior plans 10-mile walk to celebrate turning 87

Pelly senior plans 10-mile walk to celebrate turning 87

"If you are seeking creative ideas, go out walking. Angels whisper to a man when he goes for a walk." - Raymond Inmon.
Traditional farming methods highlight Rama Draft Horse Field Days

Traditional farming methods highlight Rama Draft Horse Field Days

Threshing display at Rama Draft Horse Field Days brings back fond memories for participants and spectators alike
NDP want safe zones around hospitals after surge in anti-pandemic protests

NDP want safe zones around hospitals after surge in anti-pandemic protests

Sask. NDP critics want a public health order to prevent anti-pandemic protests on hospital grounds in the province, to protect staff and patrons from potential harassment.
Victoria School hosts back-to-school barbecue and bottle drive

Victoria School hosts back-to-school barbecue and bottle drive

Kamsack parents and guardians were invited to meet the staff in the courtyard of the Victoria School and enjoy an outdoor barbecue.
Kamsack school selected for national love of reading program

Kamsack school selected for national love of reading program

Chief Gabriel Cote Education Complex has been chosen as one of 153 schools from across the nation to be part of Indigo's Adopt a School program this fall.
Masks to be required in common areas for families and visitors in long-term care

Masks to be required in common areas for families and visitors in long-term care

The SHA also strongly recommends family and visitors wear masks within residents' individual rooms
How a million little and big choices lead to one sweet life

How a million little and big choices lead to one sweet life

Overflowing with character, the Bullock Family homestead in Norquay represents the epitome of vintage style country living.