Tuesday September 02, 2014




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Plaque recalls internment strife

Friday the Ukrainian Canadian Civil Liberties Foundation remembered Canada's first national...

The more the merrier for choir

With a choir the more voices the merrier.

Pharmacy services unchanged

The Saskatchewan Green Party recently sent out a press release where it was suggested the party had ...

The Village of Calder

A village 56 km east of Yorkton off No. 10 Highway.

Online legal aid help

Mr. Brent Gough, QC, Chairman of Legal Aid Saskatchewan, announced that it has launched an online...

CFUW recognized by city proclamation

Canadian Federation of University Women (CFUW) Day will be marked in Yorkton Sept. 14, following...

From London, Harper describes Sotloff death as 'barbaric and unacceptable'

LONDON - Prime Minister Stephen Harper is in the U.K. in advance of a NATO summit in Wales later...

Omar Khadr trying again to sue Canada for $20M and claim conspiracy with U.S.

TORONTO - Former Guantanamo Bay prisoner Omar Khadr tries again Wednesday to expand his civil...

NATO struggles to define collective defence in the age of cyberwarfare

LONDON, England - Keystrokes could soon replace Kalashnikovs as the harbinger of future wars once...

Students lament learning time wasted as strike shutters B.C. public schools

VANCOUVER - Queena Zeng anticipated her final year of high school would be fairly stressful, packed ...

Retirement looming for vintage Lee-Enfield rifles used by Canadian Rangers

OTTAWA - After decades of service, the military's last Lee-Enfield rifles are finally getting close ...

Canada's quiet presence in U.S. missile defence: untangling fact from fiction

PETERSON AIR FORCE BASE, Colo. - A surprising thing happens here, in the inner sanctum of the U.S....


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United girls hold third annual benefit game

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Canadian focus to piano camp

A camp for keyboardists held in Yorkton last week was a first.While the...


Canadian icon to perform in city

The Yorkton Arts Council is thrilled to bring you the next concert in the 40th...






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