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Duck Mountain is seeking ski patrollers

Duck Mountain is seeking ski patrollers

Duck Mountain Ski Hill is on the lookout for snowboarders, alpine and cross-country skiers.
Mental Health walk to raise awareness

Mental Health walk to raise awareness

Mental Health effects everyone
Sask. businesses begin asking for proof of vaccination on Friday

Sask. businesses begin asking for proof of vaccination on Friday

Beginning Friday, Sask. residents will have to begin carrying their COVID-19 vaccine certificates or negative test results to access certain public spaces in the province.
Not vaccinated? Proof of negative tests are going to cost you

Not vaccinated? Proof of negative tests are going to cost you

If you want to prove you're negative, you are responsible for purchasing a test from a private test provider
Healing from the aftermath of Canada’s residential school system

Healing from the aftermath of Canada’s residential school system

"Recovery is a process. It takes time. It takes patience. It takes everything you've got." ~ Author unknown.
Alex Clarke announced as first female linesperson in WHL history

Alex Clarke announced as first female linesperson in WHL history

“I am extremely excited for the opportunity to join the WHL as a linesperson,” said Alex Clarke.
Junior golfer with ties to Madge Lake wins provincial championship

Junior golfer with ties to Madge Lake wins provincial championship

Beginning to play competitive golf in 2017, Hunter Kutcher developed a deep passion for the game. When he wasn’t at soccer or training, you could find him at the golf course.
Sadok Begins 18th Dance Season in Kamsack

Sadok Begins 18th Dance Season in Kamsack

“Do it big, do it right, and do it with style.” ~ Fred Astaire
Protecting cedars from browning

Protecting cedars from browning

Hanbidge on Horticulture: Even in winter, the sun has a lot of power and will result in a daily freeze/thaw cycle that is extremely damaging to the tissues of a cedar
Judges heading creation of wrongful conviction commission call for release of Saskatchewan sisters

Judges heading creation of wrongful conviction commission call for release of Saskatchewan sisters

Justices Harry LaForme and Juanita Westmoreland-Traore say conviction of Saskatchewan sisters strongly suggests miscarriage of justice