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FRIDAY, JULY 13TH, 2018
INSIDE: PAUSE FOR REFLECTION 4 | DRILLING REPORT 9 | CLASSIFIEDS 10 | SERVICE DIRECTORY 11 PAGE 2 All Folk’d Up wraps up another year
PAGE 2 Sask free fishing weekend July 14 & 15
PAGE 4 Kipling Rec Report
Enbridge donates towards Breakfast Program Thanks to a major donation from Enbridge, the Kipling School breakfast program will be up and running again next year. Les Scott of Enbridge stopped by the school last week to present a cheque of $4,500.00 to the program. The program began on January 15th of this year and since then over 2200 meals have been served. Toast, muffins, cheese and juice have been the main items served with the cost of each meal - approximately 75 cents to one dollar per meal. Several service groups and businesses in Kipling and surrounding communities such as Kipling Lions, Windthorst Lions, Bekevar Ladies Aid, Shackleton Insurance Brokerage Ltd., RM’s of Kingsley and Hazelwood, Kipling United Church, Kipling RCMP and Hometown Co-op donated food and money so that the program could begin in January. The donations kept the program going throughout the school year and with the latest Enbridge donation, students will again have a chance to start the day with a healthy meal!
Spectators filled the arena parking lot and more getting the best spot to view the fireworks show put on in Kipling on July 1st.
Les Scott of Enbridge presents a cheque to Desi Harcourt and Jennifer Doell, coordinators of Kipling School Breakfast Program.
Photos by Laura Kish
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All Folk’d Up wraps up another year
by Laura Kish
The 9 th annual All Folk’d Up Music Festival was held this past weekend in Montmartre - Paris of the Prairies showcasing an incredible lineup of musicians and artists from bluegrass to rock and roll, soul to country. Over 1000 people attended the festival throughout the three days listening to over 20 bands perform. AFU Co-ordinator Dakota Jackson has her dream job promoting this festival. It has some of the most important values to her … Saskatchewan Arts. “We are putting out such incredible artists and entrepreneurs so the opportunity to promote them is incredible.” The All Folk’d Up Festival has seen many changes over the past eight years. The annual festival which is putting Montmartre on the map is held in Kemoca Park which is a huge beneﬁt for the people camping at the park. “It’s about families, about diverse music, it’s about small town rural Saskatchewan showcasing the passion that lives
within it,” says Jackson and adds “at the same time we’re ensuring that we’re bringing Saskatchewan and western Canadian artists that are at such a calibre … some of those artists that have really blown up over the past few years and the fact that we’re still able to bring them in.” There’s always a few changes to each year’s festival, some new things added, things done a different way, but at the same time they are always ensuring they stick to those roots. That’s always a balancing act but they’re doing it well! For five months leading up to this year’s festival Open Mic nights were held once a month at Sister’s Bistro in Montmartre giving amateurs a chance to perform at the festival. “This idea ﬁts in with the theme of the festival,” says Jackson and adds “it’s a win win!” The “school of music” initiative was a great success and will be expanded for next year. This year’s festival showcased many wellknown bands including
Photo by Laura Kish
Despite the hot, hot weather during the All Folk’d Up weekend in Montmartre the crowd appreciated the great music from Friday night right through to late Sunday afternoon. Tenille Arts was the final performer on Sunday afternoon. Nice Horse, Men Without Shame, Flowshine, Johnny McCuaig Band, Big Bad Storm and The Honey Tongues to name a few. “From the proﬁts of this year’s festival, a percentage will go to various organizations in Montmartre and surrounding communities and the rest goes back into talent for
Photo by Laura Kish
Over 1000 people attended the festival in Montmartre throughout the three days.
next year ’s festival,” states Jackson. “Over the past three years we have given away $10,000 to diﬀerent groups or organizations and community initiatives from the proﬁts of the festival,” explains Jackson. “Leading up to the festival we give away 100 free weekend passes,” says Jackson and adds “if any organization is looking to receive tickets contact us through our social media.” There have been many positive comments made throughout the weekend. Nearly 200 children and youth over the three days with 9 hours of free children’s activities. People have really enjoyed the children’s pavilion which included so much to keep the kids entertained throughout the weekend including
Main Street Mobile, Tot Time with Tyler, Face Painting and a Spinja workshop teaching the kids and some adults to spin props to music and incorporating rhythmic movement and dance. Of course the All Folk’d Up Music Festival doesn’t just happen on its own. Altogether there’s over 50 volunteers who help with not only the organizing and planning leading up to the festival; but, also the set-up and tear down crew, the front gate workers, merchandise tent team, 50/50 sellers, MC’s, cooks, VIP tent and sound crew, tiedye station workers, children’s pavilion supervisors, there is honestly too many names to mention, but that does not mean they don’t deserve the greatest and humblest of thank you’s! AFU is
also indebted to the 34 sponsors who believe in the importance of this Festival. Committee members and volunteers were exhausted by the end of this year’s event and by Sunday evening festival goers commented they were ‘All Folk’d Out’! “We aim to have something really exciting at our 10th year to commemmorate the occasion,” says Jackson. “We’ve had nothing but good reviews from our bands...great hospitality.” The All Folk’d Up committee are looking forward to celebrating their 10th anniversary next year so watch out for bands to be named at next year’s festival. Over 350 tickets have already been sold for next year’s festival being held on July 5, 6 and 7.
Saskatchewan’s free fishing weekend is July 14 and 15 Saskatchewan’s annual summer free ﬁshing weekend is just around the corner. On July 14 and 15, residents and visitors to
the province are welcome to ﬁsh in any of Saskatchewan’s public waters open to sport ﬁshing without purchasing a ﬁshing licence.
“Saskatchewan oﬀers some of the best freshwater ﬁshing in the world,” Environment Minister Dustin Duncan said. “Free ﬁshing
Reminder to stay safe during heat wave The Saskatchewan Health Authority is reminding the public to take precautions against a heat wave across the province. According to Environment Canada, a heat warning is
issued when there are two or more consecutive days of daytime temperatures expected to reach 29 degrees or warmer. “During a heat wave, people really need to take
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extra care to ensure that they are keeping themselves and those around them as comfortable and as cool as possible in order to prevent any heat-related illness,” said Saskatchewan Health Authority’s Senior Medical Health Ofﬁcer Dr. Julie Kryzanowski. “It is especially important for babies, young children, the elderly and anyone who is ill or has chronic health conditions to stay out of the heat.” Read the rest of this release on Saskatchewan Health Authority’s website: saskhealthauthority. ca/news/
weekend is a great opportunity for families and visitors to make summer memories at one of our province’s many lakes.” For those new to ﬁshing or interested in learning more on ﬁshing necessities, local ﬁshing experts Jason and Jeff Matity will be leading free Learn to Fish sessions during free ﬁshing weekend. Participants will learn about ﬁsh identiﬁcation, how to pack a tackle box, cleaning/ﬁlleting and more. These free lake-side sessions run at 10 a.m. and 1 p.m. in Douglas and Moose Mountain provincial parks on July 14, and Buffalo Pound and Echo Valley provincial parks on July 15. More information can be found at www. tourismsaskatchewan. com/places-to-go/provincial-parks/summer-fun. Anyone planning to take part in free fishing weekend should note that all other fishing regulations, including possession limits, gear restrictions
and size limits on some lakes and rivers, remain in effect. Free fishing weekend does not apply in national parks and anyone planning on taking fish out of the province must purchase a licence. More information about ﬁshing in Saskatchewan can be found in the 2018 Anglers’ Guide, at www. saskatchewan.ca/fishing. The ﬁrst free ﬁshing weekend in Saskatchewan
was held in the summer of 1989 to encourage participation in sport ﬁshing and increase public awareness about the value and diversity of angling opportunities in the province. In 2015, the province held the first winter free ﬁshing weekend. Annually, approximately 250,000 people sport fish in Saskatchewan, including more than 50,000 out-of-province anglers.
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Government funds project to support the development of autonomous farming technology
Photos submitted by Marlene Dinelle (Deshaies)
On June 16th the Kennedy High Graduation class from 1978 got together to celebrate 40 years since graduating. It was amazing that all 11 graduates could attend. The celebration included supper supplied by the Kennedy Hotel. Everyone enjoyed the evening which included much reminiscing, laughter and getting reacquainted. We hope to do it again in 5 years!! A very special picture was taken just like the one 40 years ago!! Here is a the list of graduates - Back Row: John Henry, Roderick Barta, Tim Daku, Nick Kadash, Allen Nowakowski. Front Row: Patsy Bourhis (Tulloch), Wendy Cancade (Lineman), Collen Cummins (Daku), Linda Bortolotto (Peterson), Mary Cummins (Tudhope), Marlene Deshaies (Dinelle).
Glenavon News Shirley Schmidt Sympathy to the family and friends of Darrell Kammermayer who passed away in Glenavon last week. Anne Wozniak from Glenavon and Lorna Scott from Wolseley went to Regina on June 27th to the home of Les and Carol Scott. Then they all went to Claybank to attend the First Communion and Conﬁrmation for Samuel Phillips, son of Kevin and Sonya Phillips of Avonlea. Some folks from Glenavon went to the grave side service for Ken McKay at Corning on July 7th. Jean Kotylak, Carolyn Malach, Helen Borowski and Shirley Schmidt spent Sunday visiting some gals in Regina. They visited Sandy Ackerman and Yvonne Hozempa and then stopped at Indian Head to see Yolande Mish on their way home. Anne Wozniak went to Weyburn on July 7th to attend Calder Sydorko’s ﬁrst birthday at Richard and Helen Sydorko’s. Calder is the son of Wade Sydorko and Stacy.
The Government of Saskatchewan has committed $230,000 to DOT Technology Corporation, to support its project to develop and pilot its autonomous power platform, DOT, for use in the agriculture sector. DOT is an autonomous tractor designed to complete various farm tasks such as seeding and spraying, with minimal human supervision. The technology will enhance productivity in the agricultural sector and reduce producers’ costs. Government funds will be provided over two years, through Innovation Saskatchewan’s Saskatchewan Advantage Innovation Fund, and will be used to develop the platform’s autonomous functions, and to allow for user interaction through a tablet device. “DOT is a clear example of innovative technology with the potential to transform the business of agriculture in Saskatchewan,” Minister Responsible for Innovation Saskatchewan Tina Beaudry-Mellor said. “We are pleased to support this innovation to stimulate research and development that will provide Saskatchewan and the world with cutting edge, home-grown technology.”
DOT Technology Corporation was founded by Norbert Beaujot, Saskatchewan-based farmer, engineer and entrepreneur. Beaujot is also the founder and president of sister company, SeedMaster Manufacturing, and has invested $1.6 million toward the production of the ﬁrst DOT prototype. “It is great to have organizations like Innovation Saskatchewan that keep innovation rooted in the province,” Beaujot said. “The government’s continued support for entrepreneurs and innovation is critical in helping companies like DOT Tech-
nology succeed locally.” In collaboration with researchers from the University of Regina, DOT Technology Corporation will develop various technologies to enable the platform to function autonomously. Once fully developed, DOT will be able to complete farming tasks like seeding, spraying and harvesting, with minimal human supervision. The technology will also be open to implements developed by third-party manufacturers, a number of whom have already expressed intentions to build DOT-ready equipment.
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Pause for Reﬂection by Ken Rolheiser
The Rock Parable and open doors Elizabeth Elliot used to use a ﬁctional parable (not from the Bible) that went something like this: One day, Jesus asked the disciples to pick up a rock and to follow him on a journey. Peter picks up a pebble, the least burdensome way to obey, and they journey all morning long. At lunchtime Jesus tells them to get their stones out, and he turns them all to bread. Peter is a bit put out, and he’s hungry. Then, after lunch, Jesus tells them Pick up another stone, “We’re going on another journey.” This time Peter picks up a huge rock. He sweats and staggers under its weight all afternoon. Then, Jesus calls them over to the edge of a stream and has them all throw their stones into the river. Again, Peter is put out, sulking, and thinking: “What! No bread!?” Jesus comes to him and gently asks him, “Peter, why are you upset? Who were you carrying the rock for?” Not once was Peter carrying that rock for Jesus…he was carrying it for himself, for what he would
We need to ask ourselves, are we serving, following Jesus, for what we will get in return? Or do we follow because Jesus models it and asks us to love? What happens if we follow Jesus’ call because he has asked us? Now what is Jesus calling us to do today? There is little doubt our world needs healing, hope, forgiveness and love. We need to bring peace to the world. And Jesus promises to open the doors that will accomplish this. “I know all the things you do, and I have opened a door for you that no one can close” Revelation 3:8. It is true. We are given special talents for the good of all. They are not ours to waste. And Jesus provides the means for their use. The Holy Spirit will guide us and let us know if a door is closed. In Acts 16:6-7 Paul and Silas are travelling through the area of Phrygia and Galatia because the Holy Spirit had prevented them from preaching in Asia.
Then coming to the borders of Mysia, they headed for Bithynia, but again the Spirit of Jesus did not allow them to go there. Matthew 7:7-8 tells us, “Continue to ask, and God will give to you. Continue to search, and you will ﬁnd. Continue to knock, and the door will open for you. Yes, whoever continues to ask will receive. Whoever continues to look will ﬁnd. And whoever continues to knock will have the door opened for them.” And we are assured, “when he, the Spirit of truth, comes, he will guide you into all the truth. He will not speak on his own; he will speak only what he hears, and he will tell you what is yet to come” (John16:3). “As we serve, we realize that we are blessed far more than we are a blessing. That’s just how it ends up working in God’s economy! And above all we love, because we are loved, and we are called to love! So love outlandishly today, and love for Jesus!!” Posted by Mike Howerton.
Kipling Rec Report Submitted by Susan Hengen, Recreation Programmer
Kipling & District Parks and Recreation Board is beyond grateful for the assistance lent by the following volunteers in completing the installation of our playground structure in Bell Park last weekend: Larry Lesiuk, Kim Zepick, Kevin Hassler, Josh Hassler, Kai Joorisity, Matt Gesell, Paul Navion, Dennis Cacho, Steve Lacson, Ariel Borja, Juvan Aliado, and Victor Deleon. We are currently waiting for the pea gravel to ﬁnish the project and ask that the public keep out of the fenced area until that portion of the project is completed. Kipling & District Parks and Recreation’s Children’s Summer Activities Program is in full force! The program runs Monday thru Friday, from 10:00 a.m. - 12:00 noon and 1:00-4:00 p.m. each day, out of Bell Park. Our Leaders this summer (Madeline Steele, Reagan Nicholson, Kenzie Balon and Keelin Armbruster) have a ton of fun activities for children and youth, ages 5-12 years. The generosity of the following sponsors will assist our team in oﬀering a variety of new and exciting events this summer: PIC Canada Ltd., Gee Bee Construction, Rey Distributing Ltd. (Remco Memorials), Osman & Company Law Oﬃce, McMillan Motor Products, and Hub International. We are also grateful for support from Canada Summer Jobs and the Community Initia-
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Bell Park has a new playground structure, compliments of Kipling & District Parks and Recreation Board and volunteers of the community! Installation happened July 6 & 7, with the finishing touches to be completed by the end of the week.
tives Fund. The Kipling Royals Pee Wees will be hosting Moosomin on Monday, July 9 at 6:00 p.m., Carlyle on Sunday, July 15 at 4:00 p.m., and Weyburn on Monday, July 16 at 6:00 p.m. at Lions Park for exhibition play as they prepare for their Provincial ﬁnals July 27-29 in Moosomin. Summer Slam Volleyball Skills Camp will run August 21-23 for the 10th consecutive season. The camp is a developmental camp for boys and girls, ages 11-14 years; as well as a high level experience for males and females 15 years and up. Athletes will have the opportunity to develop and/or reﬁne all the technical skills of the game, learn new ﬁtness and nutrition tips and participate in game play and strategy. Athletes are
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primarily grouped according to age, with both groups receiving 5 skills sessions, followed by a session of “wrap-up” play on the ﬁnal day of the camp. Instructors again for 2018 are Braden McLean and Bryan Fraser, both playing professionally in Europe and Israel in their 2017/18 seasons. Brochures are available at the Rec Oﬃce – stop in for one or call to have one emailed. Kipling & District Swimming Pool is the place to be during these hot, muggy days! Join us for Public Swimming from 1:00-5:00 p.m. and 6:30-8:30 p.m. weekdays, as well as from 1:00-5:00 p.m. on Saturdays and Sundays. Lane Swim is scheduled from 7:00-8:00 a.m. and 5:00-5:30 p.m. on weekdays, as well as 12:00-1:00 p.m. on Saturdays. Aquaﬁt will run Tuesdays-Fridays from 5:30-6:30 p.m., as well as through the noon hour on Mondays, Tuesdays and Thursdays. Interested in registering for Red Cross Swim Lessons this summer?
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Kipling & District Swimming Pool still has room in the following sessions: July 30-Aug. 3 (1 week session - lessons twice a day, Mon-Thurs. and once on Fri.) August 13-17 (1 week session - lessons twice a day, Mon-Thurs. and once on Fri.) * Registrations must be accompanied by payment. We are now accepting etransfers, with directions located at the bottom of the registration forms. Registration forms are available through Kipling School and Kennedy/Langbank School, the Rec Oﬃce (306) 736-8440, as well as Plainsview Credit Union and TD Canada Trust in Kipling. Kipling & District Swimming Pool will also be oﬀering Adult Swimming Lessons this season. We have a brief questionnaire available for interested adults to complete that will aid us in tailoring your swim lesson to meet your needs and interests. Questionnaires are available at the Rec Oﬃce and Kipling & District Swimming Pool.
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Rudyard Manor News Evelyn Park Gail DeWinter of Kipling visited last week with Evelyn Knutson. Christine and Dixie Corscadden of Corning, Donna Olver and Rylie Szakacs of Kipling, Cierra Murphy of Estevan, Brian and Cecile Olver of Windthorst, and Wes and Anne Olver of Estevan were this week’s visitors with Ruth Olver. Myrna and Ried Mossing of Grayson visited with Doris Davis on Thursday. John Cunningham and Eli Barsi of Moosomin visited with Georgina Barsi July 7th. Eric, Julie, Nola and Syrre Neumann of Edmonton, Gerry and Dorothy Barsi of Regina, visited with Esther Barsi this week. Ruth Fulop from Regina, Ivy Rombough and Ted Czucho of Creston, BC are visiting this week with Elsie Fulop. Bonnie Hart of Calgary, Marie Travland of Coronach and Margaret Debenham of Kennedy all visited with George and Doreen Cancade during the week.
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The most spectacular rainbow displays happen when half the sky is still dark with raining clouds and the observer is at a spot with clear sky in the direction of the sun. The result is a luminous rainbow that contrasts with the darkened background. During such good visibility conditions, the larger but fainter secondary rainbow is often visible. It appears about 10° outside of the primary rainbow, with inverse order of colours.
Crop report for the period June 26 to July 2, 2018 Scattered showers last week brought muchneeded rain to many areas of the province, according to Saskatchewan Agriculture’s weekly Crop Report. Rainfall last week ranged from trace amounts to 53 mm in the Arborﬁeld area. Additional rainfall in the past few days has alleviated concerns of dry conditions in some areas, although more will be needed in the coming weeks to help crops develop. The majority of crops are in good condition and at their normal stages of development for this time of year. Twenty per cent of the spring cereals are in the heading stage, while 45 per cent of the canola and mustard and 44 per cent of the pulse crops are ﬂowering. Overall, topsoil moisture conditions have slightly worsened in the past week, due to the warmer temperatures and lack of moisture. Provincially, topsoil moisture conditions on cropland are rated as four per cent surplus, 62 per cent adequate, 29 per cent short and ﬁve per cent very short. Hay land and pasture topsoil moisture is rated as three per cent surplus, 52 per cent adequate, 32 per cent short and 13 per cent very short. Topsoil moisture remains in very short supply in many southwestern areas. Haying continues, although there have
been delays due to rain and high humidity. Livestock producers now have 14 per cent of the crop cut and 10 per cent baled or put into silage. Hay quality is rated as seven per cent excellent, 50 per cent good, 37 per cent fair and six per cent poor. Hay yields so far are reported to be much lower than average and many pastures are expected to have signiﬁcantly reduced carrying capacity heading into the summer. Pasture conditions are rated as six per cent excellent, 44 per cent good, 34 per cent fair, 13 per cent poor and three per cent very poor. Producers are wrapping up in-crop herbicide applications in most areas and are applying fungicides when warranted. The majority of crop damage this past week was due to localized ﬂooding, lack of moisture, strong winds and hail. Some crops are suffering from diseases such as root rot due to excess moisture. Farmers are busy haying and scouting for insects and disease. A complete, printable version of the Crop Report is available online at http://www.saskatchewan.ca/crop-report. Follow the 2018 Crop Report on Twitter at @SKAgriculture.
David and Fay Brisbois of Calgary visited with Joe and Jean Brisbois and Gerry Brisbois recently. They spent a week here and visited with other family members in the area. Phil and Carol Reddekop enjoyed a trip to Niagara Falls, stopping in Toronto to visit Phil’s brother and family. They also travelled to Harriston, ON to visit Kevin and Aimee McKee and family. Born to Jeﬀ and Tina Howe, a daughter on June 28th. She was 6 lbs 15 oz and has been named Elowen Lois. She is a sister for Katherine and a granddaughter for Bob and Karen Ethier (Ottawa) and Larry Howe (Chilliwack) and Paula Howe (Abbotsford). Jeﬀ and Tina live in Abbotsford, also. George and Suzanne Eisler attended a nephew’s wedding in Taber, AB on June 16th. They travelled to Calgary to visit with Kim and Rob Ursell and family and also George’s sister Paulette as well as Jim and Mary Driver in Vernon, BC. Their trip continued as they stopped at Creston to visit Norm and family and on to Bow Island to visit George’s sister Alda and Henry Kerner. It was a beautiful time to visit! There have been some changes of residency lately. Glenn and Barb Hourd have purchased the former Ruth Dennis home
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on Lonsdale. They had sold their home in Kennedy and the former Colborn residence in Wawota. Devin Stewart has purchased Randy Hambelton’s house on Walter St. Randy has moved to May Hambleton’s home on Wilfred. Missed mentioning that Melissa Lupien and Renee Lupien-Smulan have purchased the former residence of Linda Riddell on Railway. I am expecting more changes after Carmen Hamilton’s Open House last Saturday. She had four homes open for inspection. Visiting with Keith and Myrna Olson for the July 1st weekend were Stacey Heffernan, Kate and Sarah of Regina. Harry Heffernan, Steve and Jeanette Touzin, Shaelyn, Jaeden and Drew, all of Regina, stopped in for supper Monday evening. Word has been received of the passing of Eleanor Hodgins brother, Ken McKay of Corning. He passed away on June 20th at the age of 91 years. Sympathy to George and Eleanor. Sympathy also to Shirley Corkish on the passing of her cousin, Bev Banuilis of Headington. She passed away on July 7th. She and Shirley were the same age (75) and were very close while growing up!
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Saskatchewan Premierâ€™s Service Club Award recipients announced
Recently Premier Scott Moe announced the four community organizations that will be presented with this yearâ€™s Premierâ€™s Service Club award. â€œLooking at the impact made by each of these
organizations, I am truly humbled by Saskatchewanâ€™s drive to give back,â€? Premier Scott Moe said. â€œThese groups and the individuals who dedicate themselves are an example to everyone of how
selflessness and service can make our province a better place. Thank you on behalf of a grateful province to each of them for their tireless efforts.â€? This yearâ€™s recipients are:
SaskTel improving Wireless Service in 43 rural Saskatchewan locations SaskTel announced plans recently to improve 4G LTE cellular services in 43 rural communities throughout rural Saskatchewan by deploying a small cell site solution. The announcement includes the ďŹ rst 43 locations of Phase 2 of the Government of Saskatchewanâ€™s December 2017 announcement of a fourphase initiative to provide rural communities with enhanced access to reliable cellular and high speed internet services. The upgrades on the ďŹ rst 43 tow-
ers will be completed by March 31, 2019 and the remaining 57 locations for Phase 2 will be announced when details are ďŹ nalized. â€œOur government understands that having access to fast and reliable communications services are vital in todayâ€™s digital world,â€? Minister Responsible for SaskTel Don Morgan said. â€œThis most recent round of wireless upgrades from SaskTel will greatly benefit many residents, farms, and businesses who call rural Saskatchewan home.â€?
â€œThis announcement further demonstrates our commitment to deliver world-class communications services to our customers throughout the province,â€? SaskTel Acting President and CEO Doug Burnett said. â€œThese upgrades will help bolster our network and add capacity to address the ever-growing demand for wireless data.â€? Towns in our area with towers to be upgraded include: Fillmore, Glenavon, Kennedy, Kisbey, Manor, Odessa and Sedley.
SaskPower forecasts continued growth in power demand
Annual Report Details Net Income of $146 Million In 2017-18, SaskPower invested $996 million into the provincial power grid. The investment represents important projects to update the aging power grid in order to improve the reliability of the network, and continue to support economic growth in the province. While meeting a 5.4 per cent increase in power demand, SaskPower also kept on track to meet and exceed federal emission regulations by 2030. â€œSaskPower continues to invest in our growing population and economy,â€? Minister Responsible for SaskPower Dustin Duncan said. â€œWe need reliable, cost-eďŹ€ective electricity to maintain our quality of life, to keep our industries competitive and to continue job growth in Saskatchewan. We also need
environmentally sustainable power and thatâ€™s why SaskPower is leading the way to cut its emissions by 40 per cent from 2005 levels, by 2030. We continue to show that we can manage and reduce our environmental impact in an economically responsible way.â€? â€œEvery winter, we continue to see new peak power demand records being set,â€? SaskPower President and CEO Mike Marsh said. â€œThe increase in energy use last year is the equivalent of adding 150,000 homes onto the grid. Thatâ€™s why we will continue to invest approximately a billion dollars annually in updating and growing electrical infrastructure in the province.â€? In 2017-18, SaskPower recorded a net income of $146 million, up from $56 million in 2016-17. This result
was primarily due to lower natural gas prices, the signiďŹ cant increase in demand, and recent rate increases. This brings SaskPowerâ€™s debt ratio to 74.9 per cent, within the companyâ€™s target range. While investing in infrastructure, SaskPower continued to optimise its internal costs. Since 2015, the corporation has saved $115 million in budgeted operation, maintenance and administration spending. SaskPower was also honoured once again this year with recognition as one of Saskatchewanâ€™s Top Employers, Canadaâ€™s Top Diversity Employers and Canadaâ€™s Top Employers for Young People. SaskPowerâ€™s 2017-18 annual report is available at www.saskpower.com/aboutus/our-company/current-reports.
â€˘ Broadview and District Lions Club The Broadview and District Lions Club celebrated their 50th year anniversary in November, 2017. Since chartering in 1967, the club has donated well over one million dollars to their community and to various charities and organizations supported by Lions International who celebrated their 100th anniversary in 2017. Lions Clubs International is the worldâ€™s largest service club organization with more than 1.4 million members in approximately 46,000 clubs in more than 200 countries and geographical areas around the world. In the Broadview community, every project, sport and other causes benefit from the volunteer fundraising efforts of the club members. Several of the clubâ€™s donations provided were for buildings and
equipment for the Fire Department, Museum, golf course, library, Community Centre, Centennial Lodge, Broadview Union Hospital, campground shower facilities, and paratransit bus. The Lions Club provides a yearly scholarship to the most outstanding graduate student and since 1970 has provided a free Christmas supper to community seniors and spouses. Annual donations are made to STARS, Eye Bank, and the DogGuides Program. There are 19 members in the Broadview and District Lions Club and fundraising projects consists of a weekly lottery in operation since 1972, plus a â€œChase the Ace Lotteryâ€? recently started which replaces bingo fundraisers that ran for 47 years, and a bi-weekly 50/50 toonie draw that operated for 10 years. â€˘ Kelvington Lionelles
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The Government of Canada invests in transportation infrastructure on Highways 6 and 39 in Saskatchewan
The quality of Canadaâ€™s transportation infrastructure and the eďŹƒciency of the countryâ€™s trade corridors are key to the success of Canadian ďŹ rms in the global marketplace. The Government of Canada supports infrastructure projects that create quality middle-class jobs and boost economic growth. Recently Minister of Public Safety and Emergency Preparedness Ralph Goodale, on behalf of Minister of Transport Marc Garneau, announced a major investment of $53.3 million to help Canadian businesses compete globally by improving highway infrastructure to ensure that goods move eďŹƒciently to market. The project consists of building 16 sets of passing
lanes in the highest traďŹƒc volume areas on Highways 6 and 39 between Regina and Estevan, near the United States border. It also includes twinning of short segments of the corridor south of Regina, north of Milestone, and south of Weyburn, the rehabilitation of approximately 51 kilometres of pavement and improving intersections and highway entrances and exits along the corridor. This is expected to have signiďŹ cant economic and employment beneďŹ ts by creating good quality jobs during construction. This project will improve the ďŹ‚ow of highway traďŹƒc, and reduce congestion and travel time. As a result, it will improve the movement of goods to market in Saskatchewanâ€™s
busiest trade corridor with the United States, supporting growth in mining, agriculture, and oil and gas production. â€œTransportation and distribution of goods are a vital part of our local, regional and national economies,â€? Goodale said. â€œThe investment announced here will make our transportation system stronger by addressing capacity constraints and safety concerns along this corridor and fostering long-term prosperity for our community.â€? â€œOur government is investing in Canadaâ€™s economy by improving our trade and transportation corridors,â€? Garneau said. â€œWe support projects that will eďŹƒciently move commercial goods to market and people to their destinations, stimulate
economic growth, create quality middle-class jobs, and ensure that Canadaâ€™s transportation networks remain competitive and eďŹƒcient.â€? â€œOur government is pleased to be able to partner with the federal government and receive funding through the National Trade Corridors Fund,â€? Marit said. â€œThis is an important project for Saskatchewan that will improve the safety and eďŹƒciency of one of our provinceâ€™s key trade corridors to the United States.â€? The Government of Canada
is supporting infrastructure projects that contribute most to Canadaâ€™s continued success in international trade. For example, projects being funded will: ď‚ˇď€ support economic activity and the physical movement of goods or people in Canada; ď‚ˇď€ help the transportation system withstand the eďŹ€ects of climate change and make sure it is able to support new technologies and innovation; ď‚ˇď€ address transportation bottlenecks and congestion along Canadaâ€™s trade corridors; and
ď‚ˇď€ increase the ďŹ‚uidity of Canadian trade around the world through our ports, airports, roads, railways, intermodal facilities, bridges and border crossings. Provincial, territorial and municipal governments, Indigenous groups, notfor-proďŹ t and for-proďŹ t private-sector organizations, federal Crown Corporations, Canadian Port Authorities, and National Airport System Airport Authorities are all eligible for funding under the National Trade Corridors Fund.
Largest month-to-month job increase since 2012 Data released by Statistics Canada recently shows that June had the largest month-to-month gain in employment in Saskatchewan since 2012, up 8,300 jobs (seasonally adjusted). There were 583,700 people employed in the province in June, up 3,900 year-overyear. Saskatchewanâ€™s unemployment rate dropped to 6.3 per cent in June 2018, the ďŹ fth lowest in Canada (seasonally adjusted). The unemployment rate was down from 6.8 per
cent in May 2018. â€œSaskatchewan is on the right track,â€? Immigration and Career Training Minister Jeremy Harrison said. â€œWe had our highest month-tomonth job gain since 2012 and our unemployment rate fell signiďŹ cantly. Our economy is creating jobs with a strengthening labour market.â€? Other June highlights include: Major year-over-year employment gains were reported for public administration, up
by 3,200 jobs, ďŹ nance, insurance, real estate and leasing, up 2,500 jobs, and health care and social assistance, up 2,100 jobs. The forestry, ďŹ shing, mining, oil and gas sector also showed growth, up 1,500 jobs, and the manufacturing sector was up 1,400 jobs from June 2017. Compared to June 2017, Reginaâ€™s employment increased by 1,400 jobs while Saskatoonâ€™s increased by 4,100 jobs.
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