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New Job Board Just One of The New Features For Nipawin & Area Residents

As I mentioned at the start of the year, I have many plans to make Nipawin News bigger and better. While some of the ideas of where to go from here did not turn out to be feasible, it hasn’t stopped me from keeping going and constantly work to improve my web site.  Read more about New Job Board Just One of The New Features For Nipawin & Area Residents

Winter Weights

Winter Weights Extended in Central and Northern Saskatchewan Regions

Due to colder weather, the winter weight period has been extended for central and northern regions of Saskatchewan. The extension will benefit farmers in those regions looking to transport their products to port. Read more about Winter Weights Extended in Central and Northern Saskatchewan Regions

2018 Will Bring Many Good Things For Nipawin & Northeast Saskatchewan Businesses

Nipawin, Saskatchewan and the Northeast are amazing communities. They boast a highly skilled business community, selflessly dedicated volunteers and the thousands of residents who work hard every day to teach our children, care for us when we are ill, serve our food, pump our gas and keep our manufacturing businesses going strong. Nipawin News and CJNE FM are proud to offer a venue, for the local residents and businesses alike, that is unique and truly local. Read more about 2018 Will Bring Many Good Things For Nipawin & Northeast Saskatchewan Businesses

2018 Celebration of Indigenous Art Calendars To Raise Funds For Scholarship

In need of a 2018 calendar? Cumberland College and the North East School Division (NESD) partnered to develop the “Celebration of Indigenous Art Calendar”. Read more about 2018 Celebration of Indigenous Art Calendars To Raise Funds For Scholarship

Saskatchewan’s Small Business Threshold Higher, Personal Taxes Lower in 2018

Saskatchewan’s small business owners can look forward to the new year knowing they will have the highest income threshold in Canada. Individual Saskatchewan taxpayers will benefit from a full year of the lower Personal Income Tax rates introduced last July, for a savings of more than $120 million in 2018. Read more about Saskatchewan’s Small Business Threshold Higher, Personal Taxes Lower in 2018

Keep an Eye Out for Snowplows This Holiday Season

The winter holiday season is upon us, meaning many people will be travelling throughout the province to visit friends and loved ones. With this in mind, Highways and Infrastructure Minister David Marit is kicking off the annual provincial Snow Zone campaign, aimed to remind travelers to slow down and stay back when approaching snowplows on provincial highways. Read more about Keep an Eye Out for Snowplows This Holiday Season

Chronic Wasting Disease Head Testing Available to Hunters Until January 8

Ministry of Environment News Release – December 20, 2017

Chronic wasting disease – a fatal, infectious central nervous system disease found in deer, elk, reindeer and moose – was confirmed in three new wildlife management zones in 2017. The newly-identified zones are 44, 39 and 3. Chronic wasting disease has now been confirmed in 32 of Saskatchewan’s 83 wildlife management zones. Read more about Chronic Wasting Disease Head Testing Available to Hunters Until January 8

Parkland Paramedics Offer Safety Tips After Snowmobile Collision With Barbed Wire Fence

On Saturday, December 16th, 2017 at 10:53 pm, Parkland Ambulance Paramedics responded to the Sturgeon Lake Reserve where a 39 year old male had been injured his a snowmobile collided with a barb wire fence.

Paramedics cared for the male and he was taken to hospital in good condition.  Read more about Parkland Paramedics Offer Safety Tips After Snowmobile Collision With Barbed Wire Fence