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Warman man faces charges of fentanyl smuggling

A 27-year-old man from Warman is in custody and facing several serious charges related to importing illegal drugs.
In summer 2017, Canada Border Services Agency (CBSA) began an investigation into possible illegal importations of suspected Fentanyl derivatives into Saskatchewan.
As a result of further investigation, on November 7, 2017, a 27-year-old male was arrested without incident in Warman by CBSA and Warman RCMP. Continue reading “Warman man faces charges of fentanyl smuggling”

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Martensville house fire extinguished quickly

A house fire in Martensville claimed the lives of two dogs on Tuesday, November 7.

Firefighters break down a wall to access the fire

Despite the best efforts of firefighters to revive the pets using canine oxygen masks, the two pets unfortunately perished from smoke inhalation in the blaze, which broke out about 9:15 a.m. in a home on 1st Avenue North.
Kim Hryhoriw, a bylaw enforcement officer with the City of Martensville, called 911 when she noticed the fire. She also alerted the Martensville RCMP. Continue reading “Martensville house fire extinguished quickly”

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Boyko re-elected as Catholic board chair

Greater Saskatoon Catholic Schools’ (GSCS) Board of Education held its annual organizational meeting, on November 6, at which Diane Boyko was re-elected chair of the board.
Trustee Wayne Stus, who represents rural areas around Saskatoon and the cities of Martensville and Warman, was elected vice-chair for the third consecutive year. Continue reading “Boyko re-elected as Catholic board chair”

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