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SHA chief apologizes to mayor and council

The Saskatchewan Health Authority CEO has apologized over the interaction of its senior public health inspector with the leader of the April 24 “freedom” rally in Maple Creek. Scott W. Livingstone wrote an open letter to Mayor and Town Council, saying the incident ran counter to the severity of the fight against COVID-19 and efforts of public health staff to protect the province. “While I… Read More »

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Sidney School hot lunch program: Hopes high of initiative continuing in the fall

Started more than three months ago, the Sidney Street School hot lunch program has proved a sizzling success. Every Friday, staff and students have enjoyed… Read More »

Swimming pool project update

July goal for starting construction; tentative opening date is July, 2022 The construction of Maple Creek’s new swimming pool will start in July, if everything… Read More »

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Wrap-up for figure skating season

Submitted by Moneec Frey The Maple Creek Figure Skating Club has missed having our community coming to the rink to watch our skaters skate, during… Read More »

Driven to help local hockey

By Marcus Day It was a giant family reunion of sorts, one which overcame the threat of cancellation posed by COVID-19. Saturday saw 52 people… Read More »


Maple Creek event creates further division, but it doesn’t have to

With horns blaring and upside-down Canada flags waving, Chris Sky’s Freedom Rally hit Maple Creek on Saturday afternoon. The Maple Creek and Southwest Advance Times… Read More »

Learning to pinch the baby

By Marcus Day Pinch the baby, pinch the baby …” I kept muttering these words to myself as I folded scores of brown paper bags… Read More »

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