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SE College announces Continuing Care Assistant program in Assiniboia

SE College announces Continuing Care Assistant program in Assiniboia

Southeast College will work in partnership with Assiniboia Union Hospital to utilize their facility for classroom/lab space and potential placement for clinical and practicums for students.
Christmas lights and cheer displayed in Santa Lights Parade

Christmas lights and cheer displayed in Santa Lights Parade

The 2022 Santa Lights Parade brought Christmas lights and cheer to Assiniboia on December 7.
Assiniboia performer selected to perform at TeleMiracle 47

Assiniboia performer selected to perform at TeleMiracle 47

TeleMiracle 47, in support of “Saskatchewan’s Charity” the Kinsmen Foundation, will be broadcast live from Prairieland Park in Saskatoon.
UPDATE: Extreme cold warning ends in southern Saskatchewan

UPDATE: Extreme cold warning ends in southern Saskatchewan

Warning was lifted Wednesday afternoon.
Hockey fans treated to a string of Southern Rebels home games

Hockey fans treated to a string of Southern Rebels home games

The Southern Rebels’ next home game will be Dec. 16 when they host Fort Knox.
Good news! Except late filers, all $500 cheques are in the mail

Good news! Except late filers, all $500 cheques are in the mail

Finance Minister Donna Harpauer confirms the cheques are in the mail.
UPDATE: Snowfall warning for southern Saskatchewan lifted

UPDATE: Snowfall warning for southern Saskatchewan lifted

Weather system brought snow throughout southern Saskatchewan.
Printer glitch holds up $500 affordability cheques

Printer glitch holds up $500 affordability cheques

Harpauer: No "perfect database"
Gravelbourg Cares on the road to winning grand prize

Gravelbourg Cares on the road to winning grand prize

It's all up to the votes now as members of the public can choose one of three charities from Alberta, Saskatchewan and Manitoba to receive $20,000.
Update: Blowing snow advisories lifted for southern Saskatchewan

Update: Blowing snow advisories lifted for southern Saskatchewan

Snow continues to fall and winds remain strong Tuesday morning.
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