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Consider adding tenant insurance to your back-to-school shopping list

Financial and Consumer Affairs Authority of Saskatchewan (FCAA) is reminding post-secondary students who are renting this fall to consider tenant insurance.

Nominations open for province's highest honour and outstanding volunteers

Nomination deadlines are fast approaching for both the Saskatchewan Order of Merit and the Volunteer Medal.
Fifth annual bike rally

Fifth annual bike rally

Fifth annual bike rally proved to be great fun for all ages

Fifth annual bike rally proved to be great fun for all ages

The fifth annual Sturgis motorcycle rally weekend kicked off on July 31 with a dance with music that was supplied by James Williams at the Night Train Saloon outdoor stage.

Saskatchewan calls for full repeal of COOL

On July 30, Agriculture Minister Lyle Stewart reiterated the importance of the U.S. Senate’s outright repeal of Country of Origin Labelling (COOL) for beef and pork. “Frankly, this issue has been dragging on for far too long,” Stewart said.
Cook family presented with Century Family Farm Award

Cook family presented with Century Family Farm Award

On the August long weekend, approximately 150 members of the Cook family gathered at the original family homestead in the Hazel Dell area for a reunion that highlighted the presentation of a Century Family Award.

Wall grateful to receive support for national contingency and firefighting training

Premier Brad Wall has announced that he is pleased that other premiers have joined Saskatchewan and BC to call on the federal government on measures that will improve preparedness and response to wildfires.

West Nile Virus precautions

The Sunrise Health Region administration is reminding residents to be aware of mosquitoes that may carry the West Nile Virus. Because of the hot and dry weather conditions, there are fewer mosquitoes this year than during previous years.

Saskatchewan calls for full repeal of COOL

On July 30, Agriculture Minister Lyle Stewart re-iterated the importance of the U.S. Senate’s outright repeal of Country of Origin Labelling (COOL) for beef and pork. “Frankly, this issue has been dragging on for far too long,” Stewart said.

National Research Council and Saskatchewan Research Council partner to focus on national priorities

The National Research Council of Canada (NRC) and the Saskatchewan Research Council (SRC) have announced a partnership to provide the tools and expertise Canadian firms need to translate research and development from the lab to the marketplace.