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Buhler honoured with Volunteer Medal

Ben Buhler

Ben Buhler of Osler was one of fifteen Saskatchewan residents to be honoured with the Saskatchewan Volunteer Medal at a ceremony in Regina on Tuesday, April 9.

Saskatchewan Lieutenant Governor W. Thomas Molloy presented the medals as part of National Volunteer Week.. Continue reading “Buhler honoured with Volunteer Medal”

Watershed Stewards look to balance interests

The South Saskatchewan River system supplies water to two-thirds of the population of Saskatchewan

Two-thirds of the population of Saskatchewan relies on the South Saskatchewan River as its primary source of water, according to Harold Martens, chair of an organization dedicated to ensuring the ongoing health of this important watershed. Continue reading “Watershed Stewards look to balance interests”

Martensville approves contract to strengthen Indigenous connections

Martensville City Council is taking steps to involve more First Nations participation in the community and raise awareness of the Truth and Reconciliation Commission recommendations. Continue reading “Martensville approves contract to strengthen Indigenous connections”