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Saturday, 08 September 2018 05:55

Hunters need to be wary about dry conditions

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Extremely dry conditions exist in several areas of Saskatchewan. As a result, there has arisen the potential risk for fires to start from the use of vehicles.

Wednesday, 05 September 2018 09:06

Chinook Sports Report, volleyball clinic Sept. 5

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With our Chinook students returning to school on Tuesday, Sept. 4, all the SWAC athletic directors/coaches have been busy getting their schools athletic programs up and running. 

With summer winding down, our provincial highways are busy with people trying to enjoy the season’s last long weekend. The Government of Saskatchewan would like to remind you to drive safe over the Labour Day weekend.

Consequences for impaired driving are getting even tougher in Saskatchewan as of Sept. 1, including stronger penalties for drug-impaired drivers and for impaired drivers who transport children.

The Government of Saskatchewan continues to implement key commitments made in the province’s climate change plan to help reduce greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions and maintain a competitive economy.

Heading south this long weekend? Don’t want to get held up on your way home? Labour Day falls on September 3 this year, and in that spirit, the Canada Border Services Agency (CBSA) has narrowed down six tips to make Saskatchewanians’ return trip to Canada a smooth as possible:

Swift Current SPCA and South West Crisis Services are establishing a new pet safekeeping program to assist victims of domestic violence in the Swift Current area.

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