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Saskatchewan celebrates International Day of the Girl

October 11 has been declared by the United Nations as International Day of the Girl. This day is celebrated world-wide to recognize girls and young women as powerful voices of change in their families, communities and nations.

Lowest unemployment rate in the country for two straight years

In September, Saskatchewan’s unemployment rate was 5.1 per cent (seasonally adjusted), marking two consecutive years the province has had the lowest unemployment rate among the provinces. The national unemployment rate in September stood at 7.
This Weeks Photos - October 7, 2015

This Weeks Photos - October 7, 2015

Cadets learn winter survival at Camp SaskCadet

Cadets learn winter survival at Camp SaskCadet

Members of the Preeceville Harvard Air Cadets joined the Melville Air cadets as they traveled to Camp SaskCadet for a fun weekend of learning outdoor survival techniques on September 25 and 26.

Education week to be celebrated

Preeceville and Sturgis schools will be opening their doors to the public in celebration of Education Week from October 19 to 23.

Saskatchewan’s minimum wage increased to $10.50

Effective October 1, Saskatchewan minimum wage earners began earning $10.50 per hour. Since 2007, Saskatchewan’s mini-mum wage has increased by 32 per cent, with eight increases from $7.95 to$10.50 over the past eight years.

Saskatchewan grows by 3,100 people in second quarter of 2015

Saskatchewan’s population continues to grow at a steady pace in spite of lower oil prices. There were 1,133,637 people living in Saskatchewan on July 1, an increase of 3,100 since April 1.

Saskatchewan sea, army and air cadets honoured

Maintaining a strong focus on Saskatchewan’s proud military heritage, Provincial Military Liaison D.F. (Yogi) Huyghebaert will visit the province’s top Saskatchewan cadet corps and squadrons.

Applications open soon for the 2016 Saskatchewanderer position

Interested candidates can apply from October 13 at noon until November 9 at noon to be the next Saskatchewanderer. Over the course of 2015, the Saskatchewanderer project has experienced unprecedented growth.
CCS raises funds for Terry Fox Run

CCS raises funds for Terry Fox Run

It’s been a number of years since the students and staff of the Canora Composite School organized a Terry Fox Run, but there was one this year, said Principal Kim Eiteneier.
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