Humboldt, Manitou Beach, Wynyard organizations secure funding through CIF

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Organizations in Humboldt, Manitou Beach and Wynyard are among those benefiting from this year’s round of Community Initiative Fund (CIF) Grants.

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Horizon School Division student enrolment increased for second consecutive year


Enrolment is up at the Horizon School Division according to reports sent to the Ministry of Education this fall. 

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Opposition MPs comment on Bill C-21 impact on hunters and farmers


The Federal government’s latest take on Bill C-21 , Canada’s gun legislation, has hunters, farmers and ranchers, and the Opposition calling it “the largest assault on hunters in Canadian history.” That’s the word from Carlton Trail-Eagle Creek MP Kelly Block in a release on her website.

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Ed Brockmeyer marks 50 years of trailblazing with the Carlton Trail Ski Club

Ed Brockmeyer

It’s been 50 years since Ed Brockmeyer first carved ski trails through the bush in the Dixon hills for a handful of people. Now, Ed is being recognized for his half a century of dedication to the sport locally. That recognition comes from his home club, the Carlton Trail Ski Club, and also from the provincial organization Cross Country Saskatchewan (CCS).

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Good Neighbour Store hands out $320,000 in donations


“This is our first public disbursement in a few years, and it’s great to be back with everyone,” said Gwen Saret, chair of the Good Neighbor Store. “Once again, we had a successful year thanks to all our loyal contributors, customers, and mostly volunteers.”

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