Monday October 20, 2014




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Pelly school slated for review

Fort Livingstone School in Pelly could be shut down as early as next September.

Legacy of worship

A new book highlights places of worship in Saskatchewan, including several in the local area.

Province leads in job creation

Saskatchewan is leading the nation in job creation with the fastest rate of employment growth and...

Victims compensation

The Government of Saskatchewan is enhancing the Victims Compensation Program to better respond to...

A tribute

I never saw the field of wheatFrom which the flour cameI did not watch the farmer reap,Nor do I...

Flu clinics scheduled

Influenza immunization clinics begin in Sunrise Health Region on October 14, 2014. This week a...

Trudeau says he's focused on building economy, not tax cuts

OTTAWA - Liberal Leader Justin Trudeau is signalling the tax cuts promised by the Conservative...

A glimpse behind the public-health scenes should Ebola virus arrive in Canada

OTTAWA - A man who recently travelled to Sierra Leone walked into a southern Ontario hospital last...

Disabled Russian ship secured, post-mortem on B.C. ocean emergency begins

A disabled Russian cargo ship was en route to port in British Columbia for repairs and the rescue...

Changing rainfall common problem for entire globe, says UN-sponsored book

Siberian wildfires so intense they melted the permafrost beneath them. Flooding in Alberta that...

Low-profile intel agency follows the money to militants fighting overseas

OTTAWA - Canada's financial intelligence agency says it is actively helping police and spies follow ...

Nepal closes popular trekking route where 38 died in snowstorms after new climbers set out

KATMANDU, Nepal - Nepalese officials closed a section of a popular Himalayan trekking route Sunday...


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Char-cross cattle

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Lions eager to start season

The Parkland Bantam Lions girls hockey team, members of the South Saskatchewan Female...


Maulers lose third straight game

A three goal first period by the visiting Tisdale Trojans took the wind out of the...


Remembering Bruno

If you have lived in Yorkton long enough, you probably remember ‘Bruno’....


Piano duo set to perform in Yorkton

The Yorkton Arts Council is thrilled to bring you the next sparkling “Stars For...






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