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A commemorative plaque was unveiled in Gull Lake on National Peacekeepers’ Day to recognize the sacrifice of Capt. Keith Mirau, who grew up in the town and died 43 years ago when a Canadian military aircraft was shot down while on peacekeeping duties in the Middle East.

The iconic grain elevators of Saskatchewan are monumental in presence and are visual symbols of farming in the bread basket of the world.

This year, don’t be in denial: prepare against West Nile.

Tuesday, 15 August 2017 14:59

Boyd retiring as MLA for Kindersley Sept. 1

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Kindersley MLA Bill Boyd today announced that he will be retiring from public life and resigning his seat, effective September 1, 2017.
 

The Swift Current Safe Places Committee and the City of Swift Current are honoured to join the Town of Gull Lake in announcing that Gull Lake Town Council has adopted Safe Places – Youth Certified for their community.

Saturday, 12 August 2017 04:18

Province announces changes to Payday Loan fees

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Starting February 15, 2018, changes to The Payday Loans Regulations will result in a reduction in the maximum allowable cost a payday lender can charge on a loan and a reduction in the fee if there is a dishonoured payment.

Individuals will have until October 18 to put forward names for the Saskatchewan Volunteer Medal.

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