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Opinion: Recession for who? Not government employees

Opinion: Recession for who? Not government employees

Demands for pay increases in public sector driving up taxes.
Good morning, Battlefords! Wednesday already!

Good morning, Battlefords! Wednesday already!

Your morning kick-off for Wednesday, Oct. 19, 2022.
Maggie's Getting Married kicks off BCP's 2022-23 season

Maggie's Getting Married kicks off BCP's 2022-23 season

The raunchy, modern comedy is set in the Duncan family’s kitchen and follows Maggie, Wanda, Cass, Tom, Axel, and Russell on the eve of a possibly explosive wedding, where family dynamics collide. What could go wrong?
Poundmaker Cree Nation leaves FSIN to 'protect treaty rights'

Poundmaker Cree Nation leaves FSIN to 'protect treaty rights'

Poundmaker, "in exercising their jurisdiction," served a band council resolution to the FSIN terminating its membership, effective immediately.
Maidstone and District News: Run raises funds for, awareness of cystic fibrosis

Maidstone and District News: Run raises funds for, awareness of cystic fibrosis

Milleton Hall smorg draws 400 diners.
Urgent care centre partnership announced for Saskatoon area

Urgent care centre partnership announced for Saskatoon area

The new facility may also help cut down on long wait times, particularly for diagnostic services, and take some of the burden off the city’s overtaxed emergency rooms.
Battlefords Regional Community Coalition updates town council

Battlefords Regional Community Coalition updates town council

BRCC looking for core funding opportunities and has projects on the go for 2022.
Increase in town funding for Battlefords Humane Society

Increase in town funding for Battlefords Humane Society

Town approves increased grant to $6,000, which was well short of requested $12,000.
As inflation rages minimum wage hikes fall short

As inflation rages minimum wage hikes fall short

Governments’ failure to care about low-wage workers has meant real-dollar pay cuts for those who can afford them least.
City of Ottawa had reached deal with truckers days before EMA invoked

City of Ottawa had reached deal with truckers days before EMA invoked

A text message from City of Ottawa Manager Steve Kanellakos to convoy lawyer Keith Wilson revealed that it wasn’t the truckers’ fault that the agreement fell apart.
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