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Canora Wheatland Lioness Club to welcome Prairie Women on Snowmobiles team

The Canora Wheatland Lioness Club will be organizing an event to welcome the Prairie Women on Snowmobiles.

Ice fishing rules and regulations are mainly the same for the new season

Now that we have some colder weather, the idea of getting out on the ice to do some ice fishing seems a bit more popular. Every year officers get asked many questions related to ice fishing.

Forage legumes have a place in annual crop rotations

Nadia Mori, PAg, Regional Forage Specialist, Saskatchewan Ministry of Agriculture During the 2016 growing season, many cereal growers had a brush with fusarium.

Canora to be represented at annual SUMA convention

All seven members of town council will be attending the 112 th annual convention of the Saskatchewan Urban Municipalities Association (SUMA) February 5 to 8 at TCU Place in Saskatoon.

Catholics welcomed to unite for Canora’s Week of Prayer

Christian church members were to begin a week-long celebration of Canora’s churches meant to encourage unity between all people on Monday. The Week of Prayer for Christian Unity is being held on January 23 to 27 in Canora, according to Rev.
This Weeks Photos - January 25, 2017

This Weeks Photos - January 25, 2017

PotashCorp and Saskatchewan residents raise over $2 million for food banks

Saskatchewan residents generously gave over the winter season to support food banks across the province thanks to a fundraiser organized by PotashCorp.
Canadians favour fitness over finances when it comes to 2017 resolutions

Canadians favour fitness over finances when it comes to 2017 resolutions

New research has highlighted many Canadians’ motivations and plans to achieve fitness and nutrition goals.

CAA warns Canadians that texting at red lights is a dangerous habit

Distracted driving is a dangerous habit, but one that many Canadians are taking part in despite their feelings on its acceptability.

Canora and Kamsack receive SaskTel Select Wi-Fi which is now largest network in Saskatchewan

Canora and Kamsack are now receiving free Wi-Fi access as part of an expansion that gives SaskTel the title of the largest network in Saskatchewan.