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Legislative Report

25 September 2014

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Our government’s goal is to make Saskatchewan the best place to live, work and raise a family. This requires a long-term vision for the province and its people. Saskatchewan’s Plan for Growth sets out our government’s vision for a province of 1.2 million people by 2020.

Our plan identifies principles, goals and actions to ensure we are capturing opportunities and meeting the challenges of a growing province. In the past seven years, our population has grown by 120,000 people and we remain on track to reach our Growth Plan target.Read More...

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Prince Albert Sharks Annual Awards

Awards for the Most Improved Swimmer went to: Cassidy Lofstrom, Graham Elder, Carley Stack, Kestyn Pocha, Laurelle Androsoff. Best Meet Performance Awards went to: Kendall Horan, Tristan Anderson-Woodsworth, Ryan MacAuley, Spence Dmytruk, Liam Murphy. Spirit Awards went to: Aiden Bates, Janaya Fuller, Alex Wilson, Macalie Bates, Lexus Neil, Quincy St. Germaine. True Grit Awards went to: Alexandrea Michaud, Julie Larson, Shannon Spademan. Congratulations to the award recipients and to the Prince Albert Sharks swim club on a great year!

Volleyball Season Off to a Great Start

Congratulations to the St. Mary Marauders Blue squad as they finished 1st at the 2014 Crusaders Jr. Boys Invitational volleyball tournament held on Saturday.

I’d also like to pass on my congratulations to the Carlton Crusaders Sr. Boys Volleyball tem as they captured gold medals at both the St. Mary seniors boys’ tournament and the University of Saskatchewan tournament.

Congratulations to both teams—and best wishes in the upcoming season!

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