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The implementation of Saskatchewan Reads by the Chinook School Division, which started last year, is making a difference to create a reading culture in schools.

Data from the Chinook School Division’s math intervention program indicates that it is making a difference to grade results.

There has been a decrease in the number of people who received flu shots at the Cypress Health Region’s mass influenza immunization clinics, but influenza immunizations are still available at drop-in clinics in several communities.

Flames consumed a building in Maple Creek Dec. 16. The fire struck a commercial property and burned into the night resulting in the total loss of the structure. There were no injuries.

Bill 39, an amendment to The Workers’ Compensation Act, 2013, becomes law on December 20 (today).

Gift cards are one of the most popular gifts to give during the holidays.  They’re a simple, low-fuss solution to showing your friends, family and coworkers a little cheer.

Saturday, 17 December 2016 12:38

Saskatchewan population continues to grow

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Saskatchewan continued to experience steady population growth in the third quarter of 2016, according to Statistics Canada’s latest quarterly population estimate. There were 1,155,393 people living in the province on October 1, 2016, 4,761 more people than in the previous quarter, and up by 18,007 people over the past year.

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