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Warman adopts new strategic plan

A multiple-year strategic plan focusing on infrastructure, growth and communication was adopted by Warman City Council at its regular meeting on Monday, August 14.
The 2017-2020 Strategic Plan, prepared by consultants Morris Interactive, is the result of several months of discussion and planning by administrative and elected city officials. The 99-page document confirms the city’s mission statement, adopted in 2015, that growth should be achieved through partnerships in a fiscally-responsible and visionary manner.
The city is predicting a population in excess of 15,000 within the next decade. Continue reading “Warman adopts new strategic plan”

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Be aware of farm equipment on highways

With harvest beginning in various parts of Saskatchewan, people travelling our province’s highways are reminded to plan ahead, be patient and watch for large farm equipment.

Drivers are advised to use caution when passing farm vehicles on highways

“The size of farm equipment has grown exponentially over the past number of years,” Highways and Infrastructure Minister David Marit said. “Farmers will be working all hours of the day, so I would like to remind drivers to please be patient and keep an eye out for slow-moving or oversized farm equipment.” Continue reading “Be aware of farm equipment on highways”

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New group home opens in Warman

Martensville-Warman MLA Nancy Heppner, on behalf of Acting Social Services Minister Donna Harpauer, joined community members, dignitaries, future residents and their loved ones to celebrate the grand opening of a new group home in Warman on Wednesday, August 16..

Martensville-Warman MLA Nancy Heppner (left to right) and Christian Horizons officials. Janet Noel-Annable and Patricia Craddock cut the ribbon to officially open the new group home in Warman on Wednesday, August 16

The group home, operated by Christian Horizons, supports the inclusion of four former Valley View Centre residents into the community.
“I am happy to join in this celebration that welcomes four new people into the Warman community,” Heppner said. “I know that the new residents of this home will be very happy as they build relationships in the community and enrich the lives of Warman residents.”
Christian Horizons is a community-based organization that has been delivering supports and services for people experiencing intellectual disabilities since 1974. It provides group living supports for 79 people, day programming for 80 people, and person-centred enhanced supports for six people. Christian Horizons received more than $8 million from the Government of Saskatchewan in 2017-18, including more than $500,000 for the Warman group home. Continue reading “New group home opens in Warman”

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