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Inflated population numbers for Canora explained?

Several weeks ago when the covered Health Population report was released by Saskatchewan Health, Canora’s population number seemed greatly inflated at 3,262. That’s 520 persons more than were counted the previous year.

Residential tax ceiling to be removed

In addition to the half/mill general increase to municipal taxes, 61 property owners are going to feel an extra bite as Canora’s residential tax ceiling is removed.

My game plan

All things considered column by Gail Krawetz

Awareness of the “C Word”

Column by Sonja Herter

Easter miracles and living on a prayer

Pause for Reflection column by Ken Rolheiser

Council hires summer tourism development worker

Council agreed to hire Jenna Stusek as summer tourism development worker effective May 2. ***** Craig Parmley was hired as a casual caretaker effective April 20.

Canora Ukrainian dancers kept winning one gold medal after another for a total of 11

Eleven of the 12 entries from the Canora Veselka School of Dance at the Brandon Troyanda School of Ukrainian competition on April 15-17 won gold medals – and the 12 th won the silver medal.

New management approach explained at Crossroads Credit Union eighth annual meeting

A new approach to management at the Crossroads Credit Union was explained at the annual meeting held April 20 at the Rainbow Hall.

Half mill tax increase approved for Canora

Canora town council approved a $4.16-million general operating budget for 2016, which includes a half-mill increase in the municipal taxes, during its April 19 meeting. The mill rate is now 17.25 mills.
To overcome “Nature Deficit Disorder” one only needs to step outside

To overcome “Nature Deficit Disorder” one only needs to step outside

Recognizing that the Canora branch of the Saskatchewan Wildlife Federation is now being led by a “much younger” executive, the branch can take pride in the fact that it is a leader in meeting a provincial SWF priority, said Steven Wyonzek, branch pre
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