Tuesday September 02, 2014

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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.

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The more the merrier for choir

With a choir the more voices the merrier.

Pharmacy services unchanged

The Saskatchewan Green Party recently sent out a press release where it was suggested the party had ...

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

SRC investment good one

Employment growth stronger

Agreement renewal for immigrant help

Running for charity huge success

King of coleslaw

Studying impact of development

City clears way for apartments

Echo Lake park getting upgrade

York Lake

Garden fare

Peace Day set for city

New approach to endoscopy servives

Old time fun

College president retires

Pritchard chasing his hockey dream

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