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Community mourns for victims of Canada’s residential school system

Community mourns for victims of Canada’s residential school system

At the Chief Gabriel Cote Education Complex on the Cote First Nation a ceremony was held on Wednesday, June 16, to honour the 215 children whose bodies were revealed using ground penetrating radar technology.

Choosing the best fertilizer option for your garden

Garden work is in full swing! Isn’t it wonderful to see how that garden changes every day, new things coming up or blooming? So exciting! Let’s make a cup of tea and sit down for a few minutes; I’ll tell you some great information that I read about f
Regenerative farmers aim for nutrient density in the RM of Livingston

Regenerative farmers aim for nutrient density in the RM of Livingston

Colin Rickard and Erin McLaughlin, owners of the new Berserker Farms in the RM of Livingston, describe their business as a small regenerative farm that prides itself on producing humanely raised and nutrient dense meats.

All Public Health Measures to be lifted July 11

With over 70 per cent of residents over the age of 18 having received their first dose, and 69 per cent of all residents over the age of 12 having received their first dose, Saskatchewan is announcing that the full implementation of Step 3 of the Re-
Veregin Doukhobor Museum opens with limited activity

Veregin Doukhobor Museum opens with limited activity

With some health and safety guidelines still in effect, the Veregin Doukhobor Museum will be opening a new season with caution on June 29.

RCMP warns Kamsack residents of vehicle theft attempts

On June 10, Kamsack RCMP Detachment received a complaint of a vehicle theft which occurred throughout the night in the town of Kamsack.
Local visionary initiates food security project on Cote First Nation

Local visionary initiates food security project on Cote First Nation

Kerrie Norton is one of a number of members of the Cote First Nation who were raised off-reserve in urban centres.
Kamsack’s Indigenous People’s Day promotes unity and healing

Kamsack’s Indigenous People’s Day promotes unity and healing

With an overarching goal of unity and healing, organizers Lisa Tacan and Delvina Whitehawk have stepped up to arrange festivities for this year’s National Indigenous People’s Day on June 21 in Kamsack.

FSIN and Province call for action on residential school deaths and burials

Following the discovery of the remains of 215 children buried on the site of the former Kamloops Indian Residential School on the Tk'emlups te Secwépemc First Nation in British Columbia, the Federation of Sovereign Indigenous Nations (FSIN) and the G

Class of 1967 member looking to reconnect

As a former resident of Kamsack I thought I would write to you and see if the Kamsack Times might be interested in doing a series of articles on the graduating classes of the Kamsack Collegiate Institute.