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On July 30, the Petroleum Services Association of Canada (PSAC) released its third quarter update to the 2015 Canadian Drilling Activity Forecast. PSAC expects a total of 5,320 wells (rig releases) to be drilled in Canada this year.

If you thought the Medicine Hat College Rattlers were on break until summer, well, they're not. Both soccer squads already were involved in a Men’s and women’s soccer tournament in Kamloops, BC. Following are the results:

Saturday, 01 August 2015 03:59

Coming August Long Weekend: A time to drive safely

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The RCMP urges motorists to exercise more care and caution on the roads as the August long weekend has arrived.

The governments of Canada and Saskatchewan are announcing funding for 26 projects in communities across the province under the New Building Canada Plan’s Small Communities Fund.

Commercial drivers are held to a high standard as one risky manoeuvre could end in tragedy. This month, traffic enforcement will be focusing on commercial drivers, ensuring they’re following the rules of the road to keep all road users safe.

A travel trailer was hit by a truck in the early morning hours this morning in Swift Current.

MP David Anderson (Cypress Hills–Grasslands) strongly condemned Health Canada’s decision to approve the use of mifepristone (RU-486) as an abortion drug.

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