18 December 2014
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Not long ago, Saskatchewan's population was in decline with many of our young people leaving the province to find work and raise their families elsewhere. Today, thanks to the hard work and determination of our people, Saskatchewan is strong and has a growing population that’s closing in on 1,130,000 – steady growth of nearly 20,000 people per year since 2007.
The steady growth we’re experiencing creates both opportunities and challenges. Despite recent economic volatility in the price of oil, our government remains on track to deliver another balanced budget. This is in part thanks to a diverse economy and sound fiscal management.Read More...
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P.A. Raiders Wall of Honour
The Raiders announced three players and two builders will be inducted onto the Wall of Honour at a ceremony prior to the January 17, 2015 game. The three players to be inducted are Mark Odnokon, Jeff Nelson and Denis Pederson. In the builders category, Milt fisher and Nestor Hryciuk were chosen for induction. Congratulations on this well-deserved honour!
St. Mary Senior Boys Win Again
The St. Mary senior boys’ basketball team won the Saskatoon Centennial Charity Classic Championship in Saskatoon this past weekend. Their next tournament is after the holiday break at the Moose Jaw Central Tournament. Good luck, team!
St. Mary Curling Teams Win
Two St. Mary Marauder curling teams won event finals at the 2014 Prince Albert High School Curling Christmas Bonspiel over the weekend. The St. Mary mixed team won the “C” Event and the “Smurf” team won the “E” Event. Congratulations curlers!
Bantam Tier 2 Results
Congratulations to the Prince Albert LiteWay Electric Hurricanes who won the Bantam Tier 2 Tournament in Regina over the past weekend. Players on the team are: Rhys Bridge, Ben Zultok, Marcello DeAntunano, Carter Inman, Tanner Vancoughnett, David Naytowhow, Daniel Depre, Jaxsen Hope, Logan Bicknell, Eithen Mishak, Ashton Hall, Logan Robbins, Ben Zurakowski and Cody Canning. Congratulations, boys!