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Gun amnesty in Saskatchewan, March 20 – April 9

Firearm Amnesty begins in Saskatchewan this week, running from March 20 – April 9. To schedule the pick-up of your unwanted firearms, replica firearms, parts and/or ammunition, please call your local Saskatchewan RCMP Detachment, municipal police service or conservation office. The Saskatchewan Association of Chiefs of Police sees the amnesty period...

City reveals first key speaker for Bordering on Disaster conference

A certified emergency manager and business continuity professional involved in developing international crisis management standards and Canada’s Critical Infrastructure Framework, will be a key speaker at this year's Bordering on Disaster virtual conference. Greg Solecki will speak at the half-day virtual kick off session on April 21 presented by Cenovus...

Kitscoty RCMP withdraw charges and charge another suspect

Further investigations by Kitscoty RCMP have led to charges against a male-suspect being dropped. Charges against Romeo Dillon have been withdrawn. According to Kitscoty RCMP, he was not involved in a matter of a vehicle that was reported as stolen. However, investigators have charged another male-suspect in the case from March...

Sask pension benefits amendment gets second reading

The Saskatchewan Pension Benefits Amendment Act, 2022 got its second reading in Regina last week as the government says it wants to encourage pension plan administrators and employers to comply with the rules. When the bill was introduced last November, the government said that its aim is to have more...

Historical building damaged by fire

Damage estimates are pending following the investigation of a fire that damaged the Old Minster Log Church at Weaver Park. On Sunday Mar. 12, Lloydminster fire crews were called to the historical building which city officials cite as one of the oldest structures in the border city. Upon arrival, the fire...

Neilburg to get staff for distance learning campus

The Sask DLC says it will begin staffing positions this month at its main office in Kenaston and also nine regional campuses including Neilburg. In a statement the province's Distance Learning Corporation adds that course options for students are now available at the new Saskatchewan Distance Learning Corporation website as...
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