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July building permits skyrocket for a record

Building permits in Saskatchewan took a huge jump in July, up 59.8 per cent over June (seasonally adjusted), the highest percentage increase among the provinces. On the national front, permits dropped 0.6 per cent over the same period.
Canoe clinic teaches water safety

Canoe clinic teaches water safety

With more than 100,000 lakes, Saskatchewan is one of the world’s premier wilderness canoeing destinations. For thousands of years these waterways have been closely tied to the culture of First Nations’ people, which continues to this day.

Preeceville Nursery School offers interaction time for children

Preeceville Nursery School is a safe and fun learning environment for children aged three and four. Registration for the students was on September 8.

Items of interest from the LTC residents

The residents and staff members of the Preeceville and District Health Centre’s long-term care wing (LTC) have had a busy summer with numerous activities and visitors.
Two work crews re-surface streets

Two work crews re-surface streets

Several portions of streets and avenues in Kamsack were re-surfaced last week when two work crews from two different companies, doing two different jobs, were in the community for a couple days.
Preeceville School welcomes new staff

Preeceville School welcomes new staff

Numerous changes in staffing were noted in the Preeceville School for the new school season when the doors opened on September 1. Laura Chartrand is no stranger to the school but she has joined the staff as the full time Grade 1 teacher.
SCHS puts out welcome mat for two new staff members

SCHS puts out welcome mat for two new staff members

The Sturgis Composite High School welcomed two new teachers to the staff on the fi rst day of school on September 1. Meghan Clancy of Saskatoon was hired as full-time sci-ence teacher.

Public feedback requested for review of the Workers’ Compensation Act, 2013

The Workers’ Compensation Act Committee of Re-view (COR) is seeking feedback from individuals and organizations on their opinions, concerns and experiences with the workers’ compensation system either through written submissions or by attending a pub
Preeceville resident working as practicum student at KCI

Preeceville resident working as practicum student at KCI

A Preeceville woman is completing a university course requirement work-ing to the end of the year at a practicum student at the Kamsack Comprehensive Institute.

More physicians begin practising in Saskatchewan

Fifteen new doctors are practising in Saskatchewan, thanks to the most recent results of the Saskatchewan International Physician Practice Assessment (SIPPA) program.