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Elks and Royal Purple donate $50,000 in support of new Victoria Hospital

Area Elks and Royal Purple have been supporting the Victoria Hospital since 1986 through the Elks and Royal Purple Charitable Fund. On Friday the Fund...

STF announces more job action including rotating strikes for Tuesday

On Saturday the Saskatchewan Teachers’ Federation (STF) gave notice of further one-day job actions that will include rotating strike, withdrawal of noon-hour supervision and...

Mustangs become second team to clinch playoff spot in Sherwood

The Melfort Mustangs became the second team in the Sherwood to clinch a playoff spot last week. The Nipawin Hawks are currently on the outside...

Whitney appointed as new Melfort Fire Chief

Last week the City of Melfort announced the appointment of Leonard Whitney as the new Fire Chief, effective April 1. Whitney has18 years of service...

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Museum Musings: Archives Week

SIIT celebrates Career Centre opening in La Loche

The Saskatchewan Indian Institute of Technologies (SIIT) celebrated the opening of its 10th SIIT Pop-Up Career Centre in Saskatchewan with a Grand Opening in...

nisto ihāwina – Early Years Resource Centre celebrates literacy

Nisto ihtāwina celebrated literacy with events throughout the last week of January, including Jan. 27, Family Literacy Day. Families gathered at the nisto ihtāwina centre...

Archives Week returns to PNLS

Wheat Kings hold on, edge Raiders 3-2

The Brandon Wheat Kings scored early and held on to the lead, defeating the Prince Albert Raiders 3-2 on Thursday night at the Art...

Bears’ Nowosad commits to Medicine Hat College

Maci Nowosad has put pen to paper and knows where she will be playing in the college ranks next year. The 17-year-old Nipawin product has...

Sask. author blends the supernatural with the realistic in latest novel

Shelley A. Leedahl, Sask Book Reviews Ruth Chorney’s Saskatchewan-set novel, Haunted, transports readers to interesting places—geographical and otherwise—and it’s just the kind of book that...

Educational artist brings pow wow colours and energy to the Winter Festival

Jessica Rabbitskin has always loved teaching, and although she isn’t in the classroom anymore, she’s still doing her best to educate the next generation...

How to achieve accountability in long-term care

Michael Wolfson, QUOI Media Memories of the tragedy in Canada’s long-term care (LTC) homes from the pandemic are fading all too fast.  However, this tragedy...

Why all political parties agree that the grocer code of conduct is necessary

The grocer code of conduct promises greater transparency and stability in the Canadian food market Sylvain Charlebois, Troy Media In an effort to tackle high food...

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