Warman has the lowest municipal “property tax gap” of Saskatchewan’s cities, with Martensville coming in a close second. Continue reading “Warman property tax gap lowest in province, says CFIB”
The Senior Girls Regional Volleyball Championships were on November 10 and 11, which saw the top teams qualify for the Saskatchewan High School Athletic Association Volleyball Provincial Championships.
The provincial tournaments will be held on November 17 and 18. Continue reading “Area volleyball teams advance to provincials”
Dalmeny residents will be faced with a chicken-and-egg question on December 13.
In addition to choosing a new town councillor in a byelection that day, voters will also be giving their opinion on whether to allow backyard chickens in town. A plebiscite question will be on the ballot that states: “Are you in favour of the Town of Dalmeny amending its bylaws to permit residents of the Town (subject to regulation) to keep up to 4 hens (chickens only) for non-commercial purposes?”
“I wouldn’t say it’s a burning issue, but it has come up at council,” said Dalmeny Mayor Jon Kroeker in an interview on Friday, October 27. “There are a couple people that have brought it forward.
“Council has looked at this question. We consider all issues that residents bring to our attention.” Continue reading “Dalmeny to hold plebiscite on allowing backyard chickens”