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Community leaders unite to honour 215 children found in mass grave

Community leaders unite to honour 215 children found in mass grave

Indigenous communities across Canada have been forced to once again deal with the pain and suffering that has come from Canada’s residential school system.
A letter to the Mayor and Town of Kamsack

A letter to the Mayor and Town of Kamsack

Students from the Victoria Elementary School in Kamsack had something to say.
Eaglestone restructures in effort to cut costs and reduce debt

Eaglestone restructures in effort to cut costs and reduce debt

Cost cutting measures are currently underway at the Eaglestone Lodge in Kamsack.
Kamsack student wins silver at Skills Canada competition

Kamsack student wins silver at Skills Canada competition

Kate Erhardt, of Togo, is a KCI student in Grade 11 who recently earned a silver medal in the 2021 Virtual Skills Canada Provincial Competition held on April 17.
Two new programs aim to feed Kamsack families in need

Two new programs aim to feed Kamsack families in need

The Kamsack Family Resource Centre (KFRC), a SIGN program serving that community, is undertaking a two‐pronged food security and nutrition program starting in June, according to a press release.
CAP calls for immediate release of Indigenous sisters they say were wrongfully convicted of murder

CAP calls for immediate release of Indigenous sisters they say were wrongfully convicted of murder

The Congress of Aboriginal Peoples (CAP) is calling on the federal government to intervene and release two Saskatchewan sisters who have served almost three decades in prison for a murder they say they didn’t commit.

May long weekend signals “planting time” for gardeners

Here we are, gardeners, almost at the May long weekend, the unofficial “planting time” for our gardens.

Cote First Nation homes and livestock threatened by massive grass fire

On May 8, a grass fire on the Cote First Nation sparked a blaze that would eventually stretch over a number of hectares of the rural municipality.
Kamsack personal empowerment coach turns grief into gratitude

Kamsack personal empowerment coach turns grief into gratitude

Today, local author Karry Ann Nunn of Kamsack is feeling happy and empowered…but it took some work to get there.

CUPE calls for government to save Yorkton microbiology services

The Saskatchewan Health Authority (SHA) is cutting life-saving microbiology testing from the Yorkton Regional Hospital.