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Species at risk in Saskatchewan

Saskatchewan strives to maintain a healthy environment for the thousands of native wild species that live in the province.

Government Women's History Month

"Breaking Convention-al Molds: Saskatchewan Women in Education” is the theme of Women’s History Month in Saskatchewan this year.

RCMP fear more historical sexual assault victims

Following the arrest of a 65-year-old Theodore man on October 3 on what the RCMP describe as a “historical sexual assault report,” investigators continue to reach out to the public in search of other possible victims.

Retirement is defined as a collection of senior moments

By Kaare Askildt ( Formerly known as The Farmer in Training ) Well, I guess we all arrive at that moment in life when other close family members might be shopping for a nice “retirement home” or a “senior lodge” and even a “nursing home” – for you! J

Government improving Saskatchewan auto injury coverage

Government has approved a number of recommendations put forward by Saskatchewan Government Insurance (SGI) for changes to its auto injury coverage programs.
This Weeks Photos - October 14, 2015

This Weeks Photos - October 14, 2015

Sunrise Regional Health Authority board appointments announced

For the first time since the Sunrise Health Region was formed in 2002, the Town of Canora does not have a representative sitting as a member of regional health authority board.

Student Vote Campaign being run at Canora Composite School

The Canora Composite School is one of many schools across the country that is participating in the Student Vote Campaign.
Travel with Jesus and walk where the light is

Travel with Jesus and walk where the light is

A man planning a vacation wrote to the small town hotel where he wished to stop. “I would very much like to bring my dog with me.

Government of Saskatchewan releases farmland consultation results

– Views of more than 3,200 people heard through consultation process
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