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Women’s voices need to be heard at the table, forum told

Panel members included (left to right) Warman Mayor Sheryl Spence, Corman Park Reeve Judy Harwood, One Arrow First Nation Chief Tricia Sutherland, Martensville-Warman MLA Nancy Heppner, Prairie Sky Chamber of Commerce President Tracey Fesiuk, Carlton Trail-Eagle Creek MP Kelly Block, and MC Penny Nilsen

Women need to take leadership roles at every level of government, from local community groups through municipal councils to federal and provincial politics.

That was the message from a panel of respected female leaders during a public forum in Warman on Thursday, November 15. Continue reading “Women’s voices need to be heard at the table, forum told”

Lake Vista Elementary, Ecole Holy Mary schools officially open

Two years after ground was broken to mark the start of construction, Lake Vista Elementary School and Ecole Holy Mary School are now officially open in Martensville’s newest residential neighbourhood.

Lake Vista Grade 2 student Arianna Brymer and Ecole Holy Mary School student Ella Wagner cut the ribbon with help from Prinicipals Luisa Giocoli and Chris Mason, as well as Nancy Heppner and Don Morgan

A grand opening ceremony was held Tuesday, September 19 at the school’s large shared gymnasium.
Two plaques marking the occasion were unveiled and a ribbon was cut by dignitaries with the aid of students from both schools.
Provincial Energy and Resources Minister Nancy Heppner, who is also the MLA for Martensville-Warman, said the schools fill a vital role in the growing city. Continue reading “Lake Vista Elementary, Ecole Holy Mary schools officially open”