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Canada Post strike continues

Back-to-work legislation was tabled on June 20 to end the Canada Post lockout and return mail delivery service, but the NDP does not want this to happen and will do what they can to delay legislation.
Gustafson places third in hairstyling at Skills Canada nationals

Gustafson places third in hairstyling at Skills Canada nationals

Becca Gustafson recently made her third appearance at the Skills Canada national competition for hairstyling, this time competing in the post-secondary category and winning a bronze medal. The competition was held in Quebec City June 1 to 4.
RCMP report

RCMP report

The Carlyle detachment received 40 calls during the June 10-16 reporting period. Calls that related to mental health or minors will not be detailed in this article.

Phase I of Comp project closer to reality

The Board of Directors for the Southeast Cornerstone School Division made several decisions regarding the upcoming renovations at the Weyburn Comprehensive School at their latest meeting.
Drive For A Cure shows its colors

Drive For A Cure shows its colors

This year's Drive for a Cure showed, yet again, the overwhelming support from the local community for the fundraising drive. The annual event raised more than $39,000 with final tallies yet to take place.

Carlyle Community School

School is quickly coming to an end for the 2010-2011 school year and summer activities are busy getting under way.

June is Brain Injury Awareness month

Imagine not being able to remember a name or a face of a lifelong friend. Imagine not remembering whether your socks or shoes go on first. Imagine not remembering that you turned your oven on, or to take your pills in the morning.
All Saints turns 127 years old

All Saints turns 127 years old

All Saints Anglican Church, Cannington Manor, turns 127 years old this month and is in serious need of restoration.

SCHR helps region cope with floods

Sun Country Health Region is working with municipal officials and provincial government ministries to reduce the impact on residents of flooding in the Region this past weekend.
Museum gets prepped for activity-filled summer

Museum gets prepped for activity-filled summer

Activities are getting underway at the Souris Valley Museum. It's shaping up to be a busy summer as the museum will be hosting a number of activity days and hold family days every Saturday, all summer.