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The ultimate financial security in 2022?

The ultimate financial security in 2022?

It's the same as in 1858, inflation-proof gold.
$5.6 Million Highway 21 bypass in Unity nearing completion

$5.6 Million Highway 21 bypass in Unity nearing completion

A two-kilometre bypass at offers many benefits for the town.
The Battlefords Proms Part Two brings classical music home

The Battlefords Proms Part Two brings classical music home

Concert Series sees Cole Knutson along with mentors Arlene Shiplett and Jaya Hoy take stage.
Sharing culture and traditions on and off the powwow trail

Sharing culture and traditions on and off the powwow trail

LaChance loves sharing his skills and he dances in memory of his past mentors and Elders, all of whom helped make him the good person he is today.
North Battleford: Art and magic come together in one room

North Battleford: Art and magic come together in one room

Enchanted Kingdom Art Camp provides participants with a chance to explore their creativity.
Harold Gadwa: Powwow can help heal intergenerational trauma

Harold Gadwa: Powwow can help heal intergenerational trauma

After nearly a century of our traditional ways being outlawed, Gadwa feels empowered to dance with his fellow Indigenous brothers and sisters.
The Battlefords Proms makes its 2022 debut

The Battlefords Proms makes its 2022 debut

A concert series is underway featuring Cole Knutson and others.
Summer music series for the Battlefords is underway

Summer music series for the Battlefords is underway

When Cole Knutson first left North Battleford in 2014, he had already decided he would one day try to repay his hometown for helping him realize his dream of becoming a world-class musician.
Author/poet Cliff Burns feels a compulsive need to write

Author/poet Cliff Burns feels a compulsive need to write

Burns was eight or nine years old when he discovered that he was a wordsmith.
Review: Tenille Arts brings country favourites to Jazzfest

Review: Tenille Arts brings country favourites to Jazzfest

Tenille Arts’ music was a very country take on Jazz Fest, but obviously well-received by the enthusiastic crowd.
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