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    Local Students Heading to We Day

    Be the change that you want to see. That's the slogan for We Day and it rings true for 13 dedicated students at King George School whose dedication to creating change in the world has earned them a flight to We Day Manitoba, October 29th in Winnipeg. We Day is an event geared towards youth who would like to make a difference in their community and communi...

  • Provincial NDP Discuss "LEAN" System In Health Care

    LEAN and its impact on our health care system topped the agenda for the provincial NDP as provincial politicians got back to work today in Question Period after yesterday's Throne Spe ...

  • Hazardous Waste Day Runs Saturday

    With this being one of the last weekends to get some cleaning up done around the house before winter hits, the city is hosting Hazardous Waste Collection Day on Saturday. From 10 unt ...

  • Palliser MP Ray Boughen Reflects On "Tense" Circumstances At Parliament Hill

    Saying he hasn't seen things so tense in the six years he's been in Ottawa, Palliser Member of Parliament Ray Boughen and his colleagues are still going about their business today, de ...

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Sports News

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    Generals On The Road To Grand Forks

    The Moose Jaw Generals have packed up and headed south as they make their way to Grand Forks, North Dakota. The Generals are taking part in The Hockey Academy's annual Midget AA
  • Cyclones Capture Boys Soccer Title

    Erik Katula was more than enough offence for the Central Cyclones on Wednesday afternoon. The Cyclones striker scored three goals in a 3-1 win over the Vanie

  • Jordison Remains Unbeaten In Cash League

    The Joel Jordison rink sits alone on top of the Original 16 Cash League at the Moose Jaw Ford Curling Centre after they picked up a big 8-3 win over the Carson

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Agricultural News

  • WTO Rules on COOL

    The World Trade Organization (WTO) has ruled in favour of Canada in regards to US country of origin meat labelling rules, stating that the US is discriminating against exports from
  • CGC Harvest Samples Due Nov 1

    A reminder for farmers there’s still time to submit crop samples to the Canadian Grain Commission. The CGC’s Harvest Sample Program gives potential custome

  • Saskatchewan Hail Claims

    Saskatchewan had its fair share of severe weather this year. High winds and hail resulted in some crop lodging and hail damage. Murray Bantle Chairs the Can

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