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Saskatchewan people set another all-time high employment record

The June unemployment rate in Saskatchewan was 4.7 per cent (seasonally adjusted), down from 4.9 per cent in May (seasonally adjusted), and once again the lowest among all provinces, according to numbers released by Statistics Canada.
Photos This Week - July 15, 2015

Photos This Week - July 15, 2015

Physician update for Preeceville

Physician update for Preeceville

Sunrise Health Region is in the process of recruiting a physician for Preeceville, through the Saskatchewan International Physician Practice Assessment (SIPPA) program, to join Dr. Taofik Adedeji and Dawn Kennedy, a nurse practitioner.
Preeceville tourist booth is a valuable asset

Preeceville tourist booth is a valuable asset

The tourist booth in many small communities is often a valuable source of information for tourists and travelers who pass through the community.
This Weeks Photos - July 8, 2015

This Weeks Photos - July 8, 2015

Canora Composite School honours 21 graduates

Canora Composite School honours 21 graduates

The community came together to honour 21 graduates at the Canora Composite School exercises on June 29.

18-year-old man from Cote First Nation killed in ATV accident

An 18-year-old passenger on an ATV (quad) died as result of his injuries from an accident near the Kamsack sports grounds on July 1. Kamsack RCMP report that at 3:15 a.m.

18-year-old man from Cote First Nation killed in ATV accident

An 18-year-old passenger on an ATV (quad) died as result of his injuries from an accident near the Kamsack sports grounds on July 1. Kamsack RCMP report that at 3:15 a.m.

18-year-old man from Cote First Nation killed in ATV accident

An 18-year-old passenger on an ATV (quad) died as result of his injuries from an accident near the Kamsack sports grounds on July 1. Kamsack RCMP report that at 3:15 a.m.
Large crowds wave the flag for Canada Day in Kamsack

Large crowds wave the flag for Canada Day in Kamsack

One of the largest Canada Day crowds to have ever in recent memory gathered at the Kamsack sports ground turned up last week to wave the flag, eat, drink, play and cheer in celebration of the 148th anniversary of the nation.