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The ABC’s of Dementia

The ABC’s of Dementia

On Thursday, Feb. 28, a presentation on the ABC’s of Dementia was held at the Legion Hut in Carlyle. Abby Wolfe, Public Awareness Co-ordinatior with the Alzheimer’s Society of Saskatchewan gave the presentation.
Spring runoff potential varies across Saskatchewan

Spring runoff potential varies across Saskatchewan

Tuesday, the Water Security Agency (WSA) released a spring runoff forecast for 2019.
Less than one per cent intentionally refuses vaccination: health ministry

Less than one per cent intentionally refuses vaccination: health ministry

There are currently no confirmed cases of measles in Saskatchewan. The Saskatchewan health ministry wants to keep it that way. The ministry is encouraging people in the province to make sure that their vaccination is up to date.
‘Playboy’ priest prompts call for church search

‘Playboy’ priest prompts call for church search

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These were the scams that duped Canadians out of $121 million in 2018

These were the scams that duped Canadians out of $121 million in 2018

That long lost Nigerian brother you previously knew nothing of is getting smarter. It’s not a good thing.
Nearly half of Canadians prefer to travel 8 hours or more for a family vacation

Nearly half of Canadians prefer to travel 8 hours or more for a family vacation

Expedia has released their 2019 Family Travel Report that looks at travel habits of Canadian families with children ranging from toddlers, to pre-teens to teenagers.
This city looks like Germany and has the largest cuckoo clock in Canada

This city looks like Germany and has the largest cuckoo clock in Canada

Known as the “Bavarian city of the Rockies,” Kimberley has a population of roughly 7,500 people and is located within minutes of spectacular ski hills.
Two police officers critically injured in hit-and-run

Two police officers critically injured in hit-and-run

Two officers with the Lower Mainland Integrated Police Dog Service were seriously injured in a hit-and-run in South Burnaby Monday morning. The two officers had been training dogs in the area, according to a witness who saw the accident.
This company has unleashed the most stylish furniture for cats

This company has unleashed the most stylish furniture for cats

“Cat furniture helps cats be happy.” It’s a bold claim, but a quick glance through Vancouver-based Tuft + Paw’s inventive and engaging selection of kitty beds, perches, and posts showcase a variety of ways to keep feline companions purring.
This woman is the youngest Canadian to conquer the Seven Summits

This woman is the youngest Canadian to conquer the Seven Summits

This week on the Vancouver Is Awesome Podcast we’re joined by Elizabeth “Liz” Rose, who at 26 years old became the youngest Canadian to reach the peak of the Seven Summits – the highest mountains on each of the seven continents.