Cover Photo - May 13, 2024 Members Public

Last Mountain Lake, taken at the lookout near the Last Mountain House Herritage site on highway 20.

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Greenery galvanizes Govan gift and gallery goers Members Public

As a parallel to the bake sale story from the same day and location, this, too, was nearly sold out by noon

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“Varnishing the Elephant” Members Public

Kathy Kautz art classes are well-attended and are paying off

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Govan Library Fundraiser Members Public

Bake sale at the Govan Gallery and Gift shop with close to a hundred items

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Not as perfectly situated Members Public

Have you ever wondered what would happen if we had true worldwide free trade in agricultural commodities?

Calvin Daniels
business and agriculture

Elevated Modern Living in The Celilo Members Public

Perched on a hillside overlooking a serene valley, the Celilo exudes contemporary elegance with its sleek lines and strategic design. As the sun dips low in the sky, casting a warm glow across the landscape, the three-bedroom home blends seamlessly into its natural surroundings.

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business and agriculture

On this day in History - May 13 Members Public

1950 – The inaugural Formula One World Championship race takes place at... 1958 – Ben Carlin becomes the first (and only) person to circumnav... 1995 – Alison Hargreaves, a 33-year-old British mother, becomes the first woman to conquer Ev...

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Horoscope May 12 - 18, 2024 Members Public

The Lucky Signs This Week: Virgo, Libra and Scorpio

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It’s time to ditch the whiteout in Winnipeg Members Public

Hey, Winnipeg Jets fans, it’s time to lose the ‘whiteout’ approach to your team’s National Hockey League playoffs. It’s not working. In fact, it seems to be more of a jinx than anything else.

Bruce Penton
Sports

Supporting a Terminally Ill Person Members Public

Supporting someone with a terminal illness requires empathy, patience, and understanding. It is a challenging journey both for the individual facing the illness and their loved ones. Below are some ways to provide meaningful support.

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Health and Education

Obituary - CROSHAW, Harold Clifford Members Public

May 14, 1938 ~ May 3, 2024

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Obituaries Memoriams

On this day in History - May 6 Members Public

1889 – The Eiffel Tower is officially... 1915 – Babe Ruth, then a pitcher for the Boston Red Sox, hits his... 1954 – Roger Bannister becomes the first person to ru...

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Four interesting facts about the nursing profession in Canada Members Public

The nursing profession in Canada is a diverse field offering unique opportunities and challenges. Here are four fascinating facts about nursing in Canada:

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Celebrating Nurses Across Saskatchewan Members Public

National Nursing Week from May 6 to 12 is an opportunity to celebrate over 19,000 nurses working across the province for their contributions to the health and well-being of Saskatchewan residents.

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Health and Education

Lumsden resonates with the sound of Philippine Madrigal Singers Members Public

On the evening of April 29th, 80 audience members and the St. Andrew's United Church vibrated to the sound of the Philippine Madrigal Singers, currently touring across Canada and visiting Saskatchewan for the first time. The event was preceded by a dinner at the Free Bird restaurant in Lumsden.

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Arts, Entertainment, Culture

2024 BHP Jansen Scholarship Program Now Accepting Applications Members Public

Program Expands to Include 30 Schools and Communities and 6 First Nations

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Health and Education