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Sask First Nation leaders unhappy with Duty to Consult process

Inherent Treaty Rights holders say the Duty to Consult framework was not developed by meaningful two-way conversations, since it relied on emails and online surveys instead of meeting in their communities. Indigenous leaders from Onion Lake Cree Nation, Nekaneet First Nation, Yellow Quill First Nation, Waterhen Lake First Nation, Carry...

Cenovus Energy onboard for a third Feast on the Farm

The third time is a charm as Cenovus Energy is again on board to be the presenting sponsor at Lakeland College's Feast on the Farm. On August 15, industry leaders, community supporters, alumni, and students will gather on the tree-lined Research Centre grounds on the west side of the Vermilion...

‘Boots on the ground’ an issue in rural policing: Alberta public safety minister

Funding is not the issue when it comes to policing in rural Alberta but rather a boots-on-the-ground problem, according to the province. Minister of Public Safety and Emergency Services Mike Ellis says the Alberta RCMP is approved to have 19,011 members, but there are currently only 14,098, leaving just shy...

Maidstone RCMP, Onion Lake Emergency Services search for missing man

There is an increased police presence along Highway 17 between Alcurve and Onion Lake as Maidstone RCMP ask motorists to watch for police officers and other civilian pedestrians who are searching for a missing hiker. Serayne Kematch, 28-years was last seen on April 10 near Alcurve in the RM of...

City of Lloydminster collects municipal award for new Wastewater Treatment Facility

It's centre stage for Team City of Lloydminster as the mayor and team collect its award for the new Wastewater Treatment Facility at the 17th Annual Saskatchewan Municipal Awards. The awards committee noted that Lloydminster “created a new multi-jurisdictional, bi-provincial wastewater treatment plant requiring collaboration from leaders in all levels...

Interval Store makes a pitch for more volunteers

More hands make light work and For The Interval Store and The Impact Depot that means getting people to help at the counter or sorting and checking donations at the thrift stores. Volunteer lead, Dan Rugama says the main focus of his new position is to retain and recruit more...
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