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Wednesday, 18 July 2018 04:51

25th Annual Knapweed Rodeo July 21

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Pitch in and head off a stampede of millions of invasive seeds in the 25th annual Knapweed Rodeo in Waterton.

University of Lethbridge's Dr. Stefan Kienzle’s passion for and commitment to water sustainability research has never been motivated by external validation, which makes his Water’s Next Award from the 2018 Canadian Water Summit all the more gratifying.

Drumheller RCMP are warning the public about a recent increase in local women being invited to attend 'gifting cloud' or 'pay-it-forward cloud' events, also known as 'gifting circles'.

As the country's largest tourism provider, Parks Canada is committed to providing visitors with exceptional and meaningful experiences at our places and is continually looking for fun, innovative ways to engage Canadians in their natural and cultural heritage.

An agreement has been signed between the federal government and the Blood Tribe that will open the door to further negotiations on the path to true reconciliation.

Palliser Regional Schools’ Transportation Services is going into the summer break on a definite high – or perhaps more appropriately – the ultimate low.

For three days (July 6-9) a group of 80 Saskatchewan teen-agers gave up their cell phones and the comforts of home to don pioneer clothing and pull handcarts for 30 km across the open prairie.

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