Friday November 28, 2014




Road Conditions

  • Encouraged to move into a world of experimentation

    I was born and raised in Toronto. After high school, I joined the Air Force to see the world – well, many places in Canada anyway. I spent two years working in the Medical Corps, married my air force buddy and raised two children.
    As women were not

  • Building permit values keep rising

    City Building Inspector Jerry Wintonyk has been a busy man these days.
    He has been presenting one building report after another to city council at North Battleford City Hall this year, due to an outstanding year in the commercial and industrial sectors

Top Headlines

Road closure

Motorists are being advised the 900 block of 102nd Street will be closed all day as crews work to...

Tax hike, new capital levy proposed for North Battleford

Concerns about aging infrastructure are about to force municipal tax bills higher in North...

Second Centre of Responsibility announced

News that Saskatoon has been named the second Centre of Responsibility in the province was not...

Beef on a Bun raises $1500 for Empty Stocking Fund

The kickoff to the Empty Stocking Fundís campaign for 2014 has already seen an influx of money to...

Call for inquiry passes council, to go to SUMA

North Battleford is taking a leading role within the Saskatchewan Urban Municipalities Association...

Snow Angels to be rewarded again

It was confirmed at city council Monday that the Snow Angel program is coming back to North...

Pilgrimage to England for Remembrance Day

Stewart and Phyllis Cunningham enjoyed a week in London, England to take in the Nov. 11...

New rule for PNHR facilities effective Dec. 1

Starting Dec. 1, those who haven’t already been immunized this fall against influenza will be ...

Scholarship recipients named

North West Regional College held scholarship ceremonies in Meadow Lake Nov. 7 and in North...

Turtleford Co-op not merging with Battlefords

An unusual thing happened on the way to amalgamation between the Battlefords and District Co-op and ...

Over 150 attend Remembrance Day service

The Hafford Communiplex was the site for the 63rd Remembrance Day service with over 150 people in...

Five years of monitoring by SSPCA imposed after horses starved

After horses were found deceased in a field near Scott last winter and a Saskatchewan Society for...


Recent News

North Stars trade Adam Smith to MHL’s Miramichi Timberwolves

The Battlefords North Stars have sent 20-year-old Adam Smith to the Maritime Hockey...


Sponsors of Free Public Skating Program honoured by City

The City of North Battleford is thanking those who help families skate for free....


Welder power plant stolen

North Battleford RCMP responded to 19 calls for service between 6 a.m. Thursday, Nov. 27 and 6 a.m. ...


Fraud case returns to court in January

The criminal fraud charges against suspended North Battleford financial planner Adelia Marie (aka....


Be careful with pension reform

Before medical science fully grasped the role of germs, the intervention of a doctor would often...


The coming CETA litigation boom

After five years of negotiations, Canada and the European Union announced on September 26, 2014...



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