37th Annual Treaty 4 Gathering brought up to 2,000 students per day Paid Members Public
Last week, many First Nations under Treaty 4 came together at the site of the signing of the Treaty in Fort Qu’Appelle. The week marked 149 years since the signing of the Treaty
Happy Hollow rebuttal Paid Members Public
“We are talking 7 year olds and 70 year olds. It’s not like I’m running a bike rally.”
RM approves building of road Paid Members Public
The term ‘muddy’ has been used to describe a controversial piece of road after a rain event in the RM of Dufferin. It could also do the same regarding communication around the RM’s council table lately.
Huge benefit bringing students and Seniors together Paid Members Public
Encouraging young people to volunteer
Filling the gap for local Seniors Paid Members Public
The new grant-funded Age-Friendly Rec. board, focused on connecting local services, increasing accessibility, and having fun
Unhappy over Happy Hollow Paid Members Public
Trespassing, dust, noise and break-ins - RM of Lumsden residents speak to council about traffic and noise concerns at the Happy Hollow Corn Maze
RM of Lumsden will return to in-person meetings Paid Members Public
Like many councils across the Province, during the pandemic, the RM of Lumsden Council moved to meeting exclusively over Zoom, then after restrictions were lifted, slowly moved to return to meeting in person for the afternoon meetings and have been continuing to use Zoom meet in the evening
Update - Woman delayed finding organ match during pandemic finally receives kidney - from sister Paid Members Public
Jessica Bailey, who goes by JB, said the situation became dire when the Province suspended the organ donation program because critically ill COVID-19 patients were overwhelming the system. She has received a kidney that saved her life - from her sister Melanie.
Trees and power line downed in Resort Village of Island View Paid Members Public
Residents of Island View are thankful for the quick response from the Silton Fire Department after a plough wind ripped through the community late Wednesday. Fire Captain Corrie Coons said they attended the community after receiving information that trees were on fire from a blown transformer.
No apology coming from RM Paid Members Public
No apologies will come from the RM after Councillor Mark Strong asked for one at Tuesday’s meeting. Strong made the request after the entire Council took ethics training following Council voting to substantiate a complaint made by Ratepayer and former Councilor for Strong’s division, Gary Dixon.
Grace and Grit - Barrel Race comes to Strasbourg Paid Members Public
“Everbody was afraid of Covid, nobody was doing anything. I don’t know about you guys but I still want to barrel race.” Organizer - Alicin Braun
Nordic Ski Club building wheelchair-accessible washroom facilities Paid Members Public
Numerous upgrades will give the Biathlon Club the ability to host at a National Level
Premier, MLA, Mayor and other officials cut ribbon at Strasbourg’s Lion’s Park Paid Members Public
The lush green grass of the landscaped grounds provided a backdrop for the playground, pickleball court, raised gardens and ceremony.
Duck Derby’s 35th drop Paid Members Public
Fun for all ages
Local RM of Lumsden Councilor elected to SARM board of directors Paid Members Public
Cody Jordison, a primary care paramedic for over 19 years, will focus on rural healthcare
New Cash Machine at Affinity CU Nokomis Paid Members Public
While other financial institutions are reducing services, Affinity Credit Union is expanding theirs