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Friday, 08 June 2018 06:55

Gull Lake awarded Hockey Day in Saskatchewan

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Hockey Day in Saskatchewan will head to Gull Lake for a celebration of hockey and community spirit in January.



Bishop Rob Hardwick of the Anglican Church Diocese of Qu'Appelle is cycling across Canada on a pilgrimage of prayer.
He arrived in Swift Current on June 3 after cycling 136 kilometres from Maple Creek.

On June 1st, 1873, a group of American wolf hunters attacked a Nakoda First Nations camp resulting in the massacre of Elders, warriors, women and children at a place known as Cypress Hills.

RCMP in Saskatchewan arrested Connie Oakes for obstruction of justice on May 6.

A report on the initial year of a new initiative to increase student engagement in schools was presented at a regular Chinook School Division board meeting, May 14.

The spring session of the Saskatchewan Legislature ended on May 31 and Saskatchewan NDP leader Ryan Meili feels good about his party's efforts to hold the government to account.

June is upon us and it’s the perfect time for new drivers to hit the road and practice their skills…within limits, of course.
 

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