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$440,000 for ag partnership between Parkland College, Keeseekoose

$440,000 for ag partnership between Parkland College, Keeseekoose

The goal of the partnership is to showcase modern farming techniques and provide research and training in all aspects of agriculture, with an emphasis on digital agriculture for people in eastern Saskatchewan.
Saskatoon cancels reconciliation walk due to weather

Saskatoon cancels reconciliation walk due to weather

People are encouraged to do their own walk of reconciliation.
Incumbent chief defeated by 4 votes in The Key First Nation election

Incumbent chief defeated by 4 votes in The Key First Nation election

In the chief election Clinton (Icecream) Key received 147 votes, while Clarence Papequash, the incumbent, obtained 143 votes.
YTC Tribal Chief Isabel O’Soup says day is important to celebrate

YTC Tribal Chief Isabel O’Soup says day is important to celebrate

National Indigenous Peoples Day part of improving situation.
YTC proposes teepee project for City Centre Park

YTC proposes teepee project for City Centre Park

A second project at Tourism Centre in plan
Yorkton Council approves new CSO

Yorkton Council approves new CSO

Awaits approval by the Ministry of Corrections, Policing, and Public Safety.
Photos: Thunderstorm causes flooding in Saskatoon

Photos: Thunderstorm causes flooding in Saskatoon

A similar thunderstorm event occurred in North Battleford last week.
Province's LGBTQ+2S community wants stories to be heard

Province's LGBTQ+2S community wants stories to be heard

A writing workshop was held during last week's Pride Week event.
Outlook town council news and notes - June 8

Outlook town council news and notes - June 8

Highlights from the most recent meeting of Outlook's town council.
Full executive found: Kamsack Seniors Centre to stay open

Full executive found: Kamsack Seniors Centre to stay open

Electing a president and vice-president to their executive means the Kamsack Seniors Centre will stay open.