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Invermay Golden Age Club holds Canada Day celebration

Invermay Golden Age Club holds Canada Day celebration

To celebrate the national holiday and the many successes of Canadian history, the Invermay Golden Age Club held its Canada Day Milestones Celebration on July 1.
Students honoured in Invermay School graduation ceremonies

Students honoured in Invermay School graduation ceremonies

Invermay School celebrated the end of the school year with a graduation ceremony on June 29 to congratulate and award the students who have completed Grade 12.

Preeceville delegation discusses physician recruitment and retention

A Preeceville delegation concerned about physician recruitment and retention in the community met with the board of the Sunrise Regional Health Authority in Yorkton on June 29.
Visitor Information Centre and CN Museum opens for the summer

Visitor Information Centre and CN Museum opens for the summer

As summer vacation brings more vacationers and travellers through Saskatchewan, an attraction usually thought to be solely for travellers is convincing Canora residents to come be tourists in their own town.

Good Spirit Acres staff prepares for summer excitement

Summer is here, and the staff at Good Spirit Acres hoped that everyone enjoyed their Canada Day celebrations.
Rama celebrates Canadian talent during July 1 celebrations

Rama celebrates Canadian talent during July 1 celebrations

The holiday of Canada Day is a reason to celebrate the country and its citizens, and Rama residents certainly focused on the latter during their events on July 1, the theme of which was “Celebrating Canadian Talent.

Canora welcomes new family physician

The Sunrise Health Region has announced the welcome of a doctor for its primary health team in Canora. Dr.

Mail-in ballots bylaw passed

A bylaw to allow for mail-in ballots in this fall’s municipal election passed all three readings at the regular meeting of Yorkton Council Monday.

Tabulation machines OKed

Yorkton Council unanimously passed a bylaw at its regular meeting Monday to allow for automated vote tabulating equipment in this fall’s municipal election.

Institutional Zone regs expanded

What are allowable businesses in the City’s Institutional Zone has been broadened. Yorkton Council gave unanimous second and third reading to the amendments at their regular meeting Monday.