Gift Cards Aren’t Allowed to Have an Expiry Date

Financial and Consumer Affairs Authority – Released on November 30, 2017 Gift cards are a simple, no-fuss way to show your friends, family and coworkers a little holiday cheer. Financial and Consumer Affairs Authority (FCAA) sees a rise in calls and complaints about gift cards after the holiday season has concluded. Consumers often have concerns […]

egislation Introduced Today Will Allow for Ridesharing Services to Operate in Saskatchewan

Legislation Introduced Today Will Allow for Ridesharing Services to Operate in Saskatchewan

Saskatchewan Government Insurance – Released on November 30, 2017 Vehicles For Hire Act Paves the Way for Ridesharing Services The Vehicles for Hire Act sets out the framework for ridesharing services also referred to as “transportation network companies” in the legislation. These services provide a vehicle and driver for pre-arranged transportation through a digital platform […]

Thieves Vandalize Numerous Cars Then Hit Tisdale Bowling Alley

Tisdale RCMP News Release

On November 26th, 207 Tisdale RCMP received a number of complaints regarding damaged vehicles parked along 101st Street and also along 100 Avenue in Tisdale, SK. Vehicle windows had been broken and items were stolen from within vehicles. One such item was used to break the front glass doors of the Tisdale Lanes bowling alley. Read more about Thieves Vandalize Numerous Cars Then Hit Tisdale Bowling Alley

Karla Bernesky Receives International President’s Appreciation Award at Lions Convention Hosted in Nipawin

Nipawin Lion Karla Bernesky was presented with the International President’s Appreciation Award, the 4th highest award in Lionism, by International Director Nicolin Carol Moore at the District 5SKN Lions Convention banquet on Saturday November 25 in Nipawin. Read more about Karla Bernesky Receives International President’s Appreciation Award at Lions Convention Hosted in Nipawin

RM of Torch River’s Former Reeve and Division 4 Councilor Clarify Reasons for Their Resignations

Since the November 10th regular meeting in which former Reeve, Louise Nicklen and Division 4 Councilor, Michelle Fox-Waddington, handed in their resignations from the RM of Torch River council, rumours and speculation have run rampant among ratepayers. Little has been said publicly to date as all parties concerned, along with many ratepayers, have attempted to consult lawyers and reach out to agencies such as SARM (Saskatchewan Association of Rural Municipalities) and the Ombudsman. Read more about RM of Torch River’s Former Reeve and Division 4 Councilor Clarify Reasons for Their Resignations