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Driver Caution: Crews are setting up to do repairs to the Nipawin Bridge

Department of highways crews are just setting up their signage in prepare to do repairs on the Nipawin bridge on Highway 55, north of Nipawin.

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New Chief Hired for Carrot River Fire & Rescue

Members of Carrot River Fire and Rescue were introduced to the newly hired Chief, Bryce Lytle. Bryce and his fiance, Alex, came to Carrot River to meet members and review equipment in place. Members did an impromptu demonstration of backdraft using the Max Fire Box. Chief Lytle will assume command August 27, 2018. Read more about New Chief Hired for Carrot River Fire & Rescue

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Invasive Species Warning for Saskatchewan: Wild Parsnip – How to identify it and what to do

Rural Municipalities through out Saskatchewan have been warning land owners and residents to be on the lookout for Wild Parsnip after an increase in sightings in Central and southern Saskatchewan, as far north as the ditches along Highway 11 from Saskatoon to Prince Albert. Read more about Invasive Species Warning for Saskatchewan: Wild Parsnip – How to identify it and what to do

Nipawin Fire Department honoured

Nipawin Fire Department Honoured With Challenge Coins

Nipawin Fire Department July 2018 – Nipawin Firefighter Darcy McKinnon and Deputy Chief Bruce Pihowich recently accepted a case filled with Fire Department Challenge Coins from Bezanson Volunteer Fire Department Station Captain Harold Bulford. Read more about Nipawin Fire Department Honoured With Challenge Coins

Regulations Passed Allowing for Ticketing of Cannabis Offences

Government of Saskatchewan media release, July 4, 2018 –The Government of Saskatchewan has amended regulations to allow for the ticketing of numerous offences under The Cannabis Control (Saskatchewan) Act. Ticket amounts will range from $200 up to a maximum of $2,250 depending on the offence. Passing of these regulations is another step toward the legalization of cannabis in Canada. Read more about Regulations Passed Allowing for Ticketing of Cannabis Offences