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The Chinook School Division Board of Education is raising concerns over the potential impact of the provincial government’s K-12 education governance review on public education in Saskatchewan.

A review of the technology needs of the Chinook School Division will result in cost savings and a more user-friendly approach to address the computer needs of students.

The Cypress Health Region will continue to focus on the provision of health services to residents while the process to transform the 12 existing regional health authorities in Saskatchewan into a single provincial health authority takes place over the coming months.

Family Literacy Day will be celebrated on Friday, Jan. 27, by Great Plains College in partnership with Southwest Literacy Committee.
The 2017 theme, Canada 150 (One Country – Together is Better), celebrates Canada’s 150th anniversary.  

Tuesday, 17 January 2017 09:05

Chinook Power Station moving forward

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Work on SaskPower’s newest addition to its generation fleet, Chinook Power Station, has begun. Site work started earlier this month on the 350 megawatt (MW) natural gas-fired power plant near Swift Current.

On January 13, RCMP Kindersley detachment was advised by the Health Canada Drug Analysis Centre that traces of the substance known as W-18 were found in one of three counterfeit Oxycodone tablets that had been seized last April and subsequently submitted for testing.

A master dog trainer in Swift Current is using her skills to show owners how to have fun with their dogs while they learn about obedience.

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