Saskatchewan arts education program to reach national level

A successful Saskatchewan arts education program is expanding its reach to a national level. Live Interactive Video Education (LIVE) Arts provides distance art education to students across Saskatchewan, reaching over 30,000 students in 2016.
This program is being enhanced through LIVE Arts Canada 150 and Beyond, which will feature Saskatchewan Indigenous artists working with artists from other regions to deliver free online arts workshops to students across Canada in Grades 3-8. Continue reading “Saskatchewan arts education program to reach national level”

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Driver injured in Langham crash

The driver of a half-ton truck that rear-ended a semi-trailer on Highway 16 at the Langham intersection was lucky to escape with apparently non-serious injuries.

Emergency responders were called to the scene of a collision between a half-ton truck and a semi-trailer unit on Highway 16 near Langham on Thursday, September 14

The collision occurred about 11:00 a.m. on Thursday, September 14. Langham Fire Department, Warman RCMP, MD Ambulance and Dalmeny Fire and Rescue responded to the crash.
According to an RCMP officer on the scene, a westbound white half-ton truck struck a westbound semi-trailer gravel truck from behind while travelling at highway speed about a hundred meters west of the intersection of Highway 16 and Range Road 3074. Continue reading “Driver injured in Langham crash”

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Pet-friendly oxygen masks donated to Delisle and District Fire Department

Delisle firefighters now have a much better chance of saving pets who are overcome with smoke in a burning building.
A kit containing pet-friendly oxygen masks designed to fit comfortably over the muzzle of a dog or cat was recently donated to the Delisle and District Fire Department by Solange Bosse, the Saskatchewan dealer for Invisible Fence. The oxygen kits are being donated to fire departments across the province as part of the company’s “Project Breathe” initiative.

Delisle and FIre Chief Mike Given and Solange Bosse, Saskatchewan dealer for Invisible Fence, check out the contents of a specially-designed pet-friendly oxygen mask that firefighters can use when rescuing dogs and cats

“These are going to help us in the event we have to go into a situation where we rescue pets,” said Delisle Fire Chief Mike Given. “Because we don’t just rescue people. We rescue dogs, cats, horses, cows, if they’re a burning barn, that type of thing.
“So for dogs and cats, we can use this mask to administer oxygen in the event they have smoke inhalation.”
The kit contains three different sizes of pet-friendly masks to accommodate small dogs and cats, as well as, medium and large dogs. Continue reading “Pet-friendly oxygen masks donated to Delisle and District Fire Department”

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