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Health Minister Jim Reiter and Rural and Remote Health Minister Greg Ottenbreit announced May 8 the head office for the new provincial health authority will be located in Saskatoon.

A one-year pilot project by the Town of Maple Creek in association with the Cypress Hills Destination Area Inc. will keep the Trans-Canada Visitor Reception Centre open for highway travellers.

Wednesday, 03 May 2017 13:46

Commercial Hotel closed, future unsure

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The Commercial Hotel faces an uncertain future. Operations have ceased, at least temporarily, at the historic hotel.

Ponteix emergency services attendant Brian Walters may be on a wall near you soon as he tries to help the Children’s Hospital Foundation of Saskatchewan.

The recently completed Saskatchewan Graduate Outcomes Survey indicates that post-secondary education in Saskatchewan continues to lead to positive outcomes for students.

Women across Saskatchewan who struggle with postpartum depression and anxiety, or feelings of loss following a miscarriage, stillbirth or death of a newborn, now have easier access to help.

Last year Tracy Bowie decided to do something different. She wanted to reach out to women who were living in southwest Saskatchewan who grew up without a mom and bring them all together. They could share their stories of life devoid of an important parental figure.

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