The Government of Saskatchewan has allocated more than $390,000 through the Saskatchewan Community Literacy Fund (SCLF) to fourteen community-based organizations to provide family, adult or workplace literacy programs to address identified community literacy needs that have not been met through other programs.
The Great Plains College SunDogs players knew they were going to face some tough competition at the South vs. West Tournament in Swift Current Nov. 1-2.
His introduction to a packed Cardston High School gym was glowing — a string of talent show victories, opening for a childhood musical idol on tour, more than 20,000 records sold in Canada and a fifth CD on the way.
Alberta Beef Producers (ABP) officials are hoping enough municipal councils will see the value in a proposed study looking at the costs of wildlife for producers that they will help fund it.
Attendees at the mid-October Below Your Watershed conference in Medicine Hat hosted by the South East Alberta Watershed Alliance (SEAWA) heard more information about the extreme flooding event that took place in various places in southern Alberta at the end of June.
On Nov. 4, (today), Agriculture Minister Lyle Stewart will attend the North American Meat Association’s (NAMA) Outlook Conference in Chicago, Illinois to discuss Country of Origin Labelling (COOL).