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Buy-Low Foods opens new store in Warman

Buy-Low Foods President Dan Bregg (left to right), Martensville-Warman MLA Nancy Heppner, Warman Mayor Sheryl Spence, Warman Buy-Low Foods store manager Colin Labrecque, Prairie Sky Chamber of Commerce President Tracey Fesiuk and Avatex Developments representative Gord Dmytruk cut the ribbon marking the official opening of the Buy-Low Foods grocery store in Warman on Friday, December 6

Customers began lining up an hour before the doors opened at the new Buy-Low Foods grocery store in Warman’s Stone Gate plaza shopping complex at noon on  Friday, December 6. Continue reading “Buy-Low Foods opens new store in Warman”

Provincial budget on track at mid-year point

Hon Donna Harpauer

The 2019-20 Mid-Year Report released today forecasts a surplus of $37.4 million, up $3.0 million from the budgeted surplus.

“We are on course with our financial plan—it’s the right balance for Saskatchewan people,” Finance Minister Donna Harpauer said. “We continue to manage spending carefully, invest in priorities, and help keep our economy strong.” Continue reading “Provincial budget on track at mid-year point”

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