Thursday August 28, 2014




  • Plaque recalls internment strife

    Friday the Ukrainian Canadian Civil Liberties Foundation remembered Canada's first national internment operations of 1914-1920 by unveiling more than 100 plaques on the 100th anniversary of the War Measures Act, 1914.

  • The more the merrier for choir

    With a choir the more voices the merrier.

  • Raiders looking forward to new season

    The Yorkton Regional High School Raiders senior boys’ football team are looking forward to yet another season in the Moose Jaw High School Football League, however this time they’re hoping things turn out a little bit different.

  • Canadian focus to piano camp

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

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Pharmacy services unchanged

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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...

Regina man fined under OHS legislation

Steven Wesdyk of Regina pleaded guilty to four counts under occupational health and safety (OHS)...

Estimate put on June flood damage

Insurance Bureau of Canada (IBC) reports that the estimated insured damage caused by heavy rains...

Premiers agree more federal money needed, but they don't have a price tag

CHARLOTTETOWN - Canada's premiers have agreed at their annual meeting that they need more money...

Conservatives embark on late-summer campaign to woo Quebec voters

MONTREAL - Federal Conservatives are capping off their summer with a pre-electoral push in Quebec,...

Alberta chiefs boycott consultation meetings with province over development

EDMONTON - A dozen northern Alberta chiefs say they will boycott the province's attempt to...

Magnotta case: victim's family wants exhibits kept from public eye

MONTREAL - The family of the man allegedly murdered by Luka Rocco Magnotta wants certain exhibits...

Booze-fuelled fracas forces Cuba-bound flight to turn back; two women charged

TORONTO - A booze-fuelled fight between two women who were allegedly drinking and smoking in an...

Mario Dion, federal whistleblower protector, quitting in December

OTTAWA - Canada's public sector integrity watchdog and protector of civil service whistleblowers is ...


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