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Young Canora trapper sold mink pelt that went into top lot at North American Fur Auctions

Young Canora trapper sold mink pelt that went into top lot at North American Fur Auctions

It is mainly bragging rights that were earned when Tanner Kopeck, 17, of Canora sold a mink pelt that was part of the top lot at the March auction sale by North American Fur Auctions.

Community Rink Affordability Grant back for a fourth year

The Government of Saskatchewan is once again offering the Community Rink Affordability Grant to communities across the province. The Government of Saskatchewan is committing $1.7 million to the grant program in 2015.

World Breastfeeding Week is October 1-7

World Breastfeeding Week (WBW) in Canada is October 1-7, with this year’s theme being “Breastfeeding and Work - Let’s Make it Work,” states a release from the Sunrise Health Region.

More locum coverage hired for Preeceville

Effective September 23, Sunrise Health Region has arranged for additional physician coverage to be available in Preeceville. This will increase the number of clinic appointments available and will increase emergency department coverage. Dr.
Preeceville and District Heritage Museum is 10 years old

Preeceville and District Heritage Museum is 10 years old

The Preeceville and District Heritage Museum is celebrating its 10th anniversary this fall, said Agnes Murrin, a museum spokesperson. It informally opened in the fall of 2005 with 15 theme rooms.
The Parkland Pair raise money for MS in Riding Mountain Bike Challenge

The Parkland Pair raise money for MS in Riding Mountain Bike Challenge

Genevieve Galay from Stenen and Patricia Kachman from Hyas joined over 200 cyclists who rode from Dauphin to Clear Lake, Man. and back again in support of multiple sclerosis during the weekend of September 12-13.

Crossroads Credit Unions accepting donations for the Canadian Red Cross to support refugee crisis

Crossroads Credit Union, like most Saskatchewan credit unions, is working with the Canadian Red Cross to collect donations, which will be matched by the federal government, to help refugees forced from their homes because of war.

Parkland College launches official mobile app

Parkland College recently announce the launch of its official mobile app. The Parkland College App is available now as a free download for iPhone and Android mobile phone users.

Health Canada proposes revised labelling standard for non-prescription acetaminophen products

Health Canada is seeking input on proposed revisions to strengthen the labelling standard for non-prescription acetaminophen products, to help consumers use these products more safely.

Telemiracle wants your story!

On September 15, organizers of Telemiracle launched a seven-month campaign called MyTelemiracleStory.com to collect stories and memories about Telemiracle from the people of Saskatchewan.