RM Review July 2024

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RM Review

Down the Road

Playa del Carmen

The Yucatan peninsula separates the Caribbean Sea from the Gulf of Mexico. The Caribbean side of the peninsula is renowned for its white sand beaches and warm ocean waters and of course, its tropical climate. Interestingly, the sand on the beaches doesn't get hot the way sand typically does. Even in the hottest part of the day, the sand is comfortable to walk on, doesn't burn your feetyou don't have to do that little 'ouch - ouch - ouch' dance on your way into the water.

Playa del Carmen is a beach resort on the northern end of the peninsula, about an hours drive south of the International Airport in Cancun. Mrs. B and I were staying at a downtown condo only half a block from Playa's very popular and much-frequented open-air pedestrian mall. The mall is about as wide as a four-lane road and stretches along for more than two miles running about 3 blocks off the beach and parallel to it. Both sides of the mall are packed, cheek by jowl, with many, many restaurants and bars and souvenir stores and specialty boutiques as well as every other kind of retail outlet you can think of.

All the restaurants and bars have music, mostly live bands, and are well-stocked with beverage-happy tourists.

And from sunrise to the early morning hours, the mall is also packed with vacationers and locals and buskers and shills and more tourists, nobody in a hurry, everybody wandering casually, enjoying the music and the aromas, the sights and sounds, the energy.

The condo we had rented came with the inducement that the front door of the condo was only 69 (sixty-nine) steps away from the Starbucks on the pedestrian mall. Well, who could resist that?

An uncited inducement but soon discovered, was the presence of an upscale gym just a few doors down from the Starbucks. While sitting in the warm sun of the Starbucks sidewalk patio, leisurely sipping on a cold beverage, I was entertained by a steady passage of people coming and going to the gym: spandex-clad women, lithe and comely, looking as if they were in the middle of a Sports Illustrated photo shoot. There was also a steady passage of men coming and going, too, all buff-bodied, chisel-featured Brad Pitt look-alikes (honestly, it was like looking in a mirror).

The wide variety of restaurants within easy walking distance made eating out an easy choice - walking home took less time than washing supper dishes. After one particularly fine and leisurely supper we slowly strolled our way back to the condo, enjoying the warm night air, the smell and feel of it, and the sounds of music, slightly muted on our otherwise quiet street.

Mrs. B was entering the code for the entrance gate to the condo complex when she felt something strike her hair, and then something else strike her shoulder. She gasped and then I, too, felt something land on my shoulder and on my back. We both looked up, thinking something had fallen on us from the roof, looked like bird poop, maybe - smelled like bird poop, definitely.

There was a group of four people, 2 men and 2 women, coming toward us from behind, they were only a few steps away, and they rushed forward with napkins and tissues in their hands and started brushing at us, helping to clean the poop off. Then just as quickly they were gone and we hurried into our condo, wanting to shower and wash our clothes. After showering, Mrs. B went looking for her wallet which she had been carrying in her purse - and couldn't find it. She enlisted my help and we scoured the apartment but to no avail.

Those people were pick-pockets, she said, they stole my wallet. No way, I replied, Mexicans don't do that. But then I put my hands in my own pockets and found my credit card wasn't there - I knew it had to be there, I had just used it for dinner that night. And belatedly, I realized that Mrs. B was right, we had been pickpocketed.

Mrs. B and I have vacationed in Mexico many times over the years and this was the first negative experience we had ever had. Our experience with Mexicans was that they were always welcoming and kind and patient. That maybe helps to explain my initial hesitation to admit we had been robbed.

But then once I accepted that we had indeed been robbed, and my surprise and annoyance had subsided, my feelings moved on and I started to appreciate the theft for the amazing experience that it was.

All men, right from birth, have a well-developed hyper awareness when it comes to the care and protection of the, um, centre of our being. We are very sensitive to any incursions, any possible incursions, into the "No Trespassing - Authorized Personnel Only" zone.

Yet here was some guy with his hand in my pants pocket, my front pants pocketlights should have been flashing, alarms should have been blaring - and I didn't even notice.

How, then, could I not admire the kind of skill that had been required - so amazingly adept these guys were, so adroit. It was like a magic trick performed seamlessly, convincingly.

There was a caveat to my admiration, though, a grimace towards my own behaviour.

While they were brushing us off, I was thanking them for their help, thanking them for their kindness. As they walked away, I was standing by the condo entrance waving at them, saying good night. Gracias, amigos, I called and waved. One of the men turned around and waved back and even in the evening darkness, I could see him smiling, see the white flash of his teeth, as he called back. At the time, I thought he was saying 'Your welcome, senor’.

I wonder, though, if he was maybe saying something else.

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SaskTel reaches Halfway Mark of its 5G Cellular Network Rollout

On June 7, 2024 SaskTel announced that it recently reached another major milestone on the deployment of its advanced 5G wireless network. Since first launching its 5G network in parts of Regina in late 2021, SaskTel has successfully upgraded half of its provincial wireless network to 5G technology. As of today, SaskTel’s 5G network consists of more than 520 cell sites and covers nearly 85% of Saskatchewan residents.

“Our government is thrilled with the progress SaskTel has made in bringing the amazing speed and power of its 5G network to the people of Saskatchewan,” said Dustin Duncan, Minister Responsible for SaskTel. “For individuals and families, the rollout of SaskTel’s 5G network means enhanced connectivity and greater access to important services and opportunities. For businesses, 5G is a gateway to innovation, enabling more efficient operations, increased productivity, and new opportunities for growth.”

"This milestone marks a significant step forward in our ambitious deployment of 5G and further demonstrates our unwavering commitment to being the best at connecting our customers to what matters most to them,” said Charlene Gavel, SaskTel President and CEO. “While we are excited with our progress so far, we recognize this is just one of many milestones in our ongoing journey to build a brighter and more connected future for our customers and province as a whole.”

MP Report

Carbon Tax Coverup

Justin Trudeau and his Environment Minister, Steven Guilbeault, have been caught in a lie.

For years, they told Canadians that the carbon tax was somehow making them richer, while hiding a secret internal report that proved that their carbon tax will cost Canadians $30.5 billion each year.

That works out to $1,824 per family in extra annual costs. As a direct consequence of Trudeau’s carbon tax, life has become unaffordable.

Families will have to pay $700 more for groceries this year, while millions of Canadians are lining up outside of food banks. In Toronto, one in ten people are having to rely on food banks to survive.

This NDP-Liberal Government has been lying to Canadians and forcing them to suffer while hiding the truth their carbon tax will cost families nearly $2,000 per year, and that they get back less than they pay in.

Despite knowing the harm they are causing, the Liberals hiked the carbon tax on April 1st and have persistently refused to pause it whenever Conservatives try to give Canadians some temporary relief, like a summer break from their punitive tax so families can have a road trip.

“The continued expansion of SaskTel’s 5G network is another pivotal step toward empowering more communities across the province, driving digital transformation, and paving the way for a future where connectivity fuels progress,” said Stephen Wiktorski, Head of Networks, Samsung Canada. “Samsung is proud to stand by SaskTel on this journey and we look forward to further supporting the growth of the network, prosperity, and innovation throughout Saskatchewan.”

Delivering hyper-fast data speeds reaching up to 1.2 Gigabits per second (Gbps), SaskTel’s 5G network will continue to evolve to meet the growing needs of customers. Moreover, as the network continues to mature it will support technological advancements in remote healthcare, education, agriculture, resource management, and many other industries and sectors that are important to the economic prosperity and standard of living across Saskatchewan.

The continued expansion of its 5G and fibre networks are a direct result of SaskTel's commitment to invest nearly $440 million of capital throughout Saskatchewan in 2024/25 and more than $2 billion over the next five years. These investments will ensure Saskatchewan remains one of the most well-connected provinces in the country.

For more information about SaskTel’s 5G network, visit www.sasktel.com/5g.

Kelly Block MP June

17, 2024

All this so that they could take the money earned by hardworking Canadians to fund their corrupt and bloated government.

The extent of this coverup only came to light when the Parliamentary Budget Officer (PBO) told Canadians that Trudeau had placed a gag order on his office.

The Liberals even attacked the PBO for telling the truth.

Now, because of the pressure from Common Sense Conservatives, this Liberal Government was finally forced to reveal the true damage their tax is causing the Canadian economy.

Justin Trudeau and Steven Guilbeault lied to Canadians and his Liberal Government cannot be trusted to be honest. Trudeau needs to fire his Environment Minister, axe the tax and start governing this country with common sense, for the good of the common people.

Under the leadership of Pierre Poilievre, my Conservative colleagues and I will continue to push the Liberals to meet these demands until after the next election, when Conservatives get into government and start working for Canadians.

Kelly Block, MP www.kellyblockmp.ca


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Asquith Town Council held its regular council meeting on June 12, 2024. Attending was Mayor Gail Erhart, and Councillors Jackie Stobbe, Darcy Stack, Pete Heck, Cecilia Mryglod, and Wade Monks-Janzen. Councillor Jodi Nehring attended by calling in on her personal cell phone. Also attending was C.A.O. Kathy Picketts and Office Assistant Kaila Montgomerie.

The meeting was called to order by Mayor Erhart at 6:55 p.m. A resolution was made to accept the council minutes from the May 8, 2024, regular council meeting.

Council made a motion to accept the May 2024 financials and May 2024 bank reconciliations as presented to them at the meeting.

Accounts Paid in the amount of $33,964.16 and Accounts Payable of $79,835.40 was accepted as presented.

The 2023 Audited Financials were presented to Council.

Attendance was down this year (likely due to weather) for the Asquith Fire Department Annual Pig Roast/Show and Shine and Dance on June 8, 2024.

Details regarding the festivities for Canada Day will be announced on posters, on Facebook and on the Town website. The 600 block of Main Street will be closed to traffic in front of the Asquith Hotel on Canada Day from 10:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m.

A reminder goes out to all individuals that the Town of Asquith has a Burning Bylaw which dictates that one can have a fire in town for recreational use only. Only clean wood/firewood can be burned in your fire pits - no painted/treated wood, refuse, leaves, etc. should be burned. Be kind to your neighbor and to the environment and burn only clean wood materials. Also, no bonfires are allowed - please keep the size of your backyard fires moderate.


Town Council held a regular meeting on June 11, 2024. The town allowed for the temporary closure of 1st street west on Saturday July 13th in order to accommodate the annual Show and Shine.

The arena booth kitchen will be leased to Lowell Epp again, for the 2024-2025 season, at a monthly rental rate of $1000 plus GST.

A new fireworks bylaw was passed, which strictly prohibits any use of fireworks within the town of Delisle. This new bylaw will be posted on the town website for everyone to see.

All signing authorities for the Administrator/CAO position will be transferred from Mark Dubkowski to Damon Werrell. Damon Werrell will officially be taking over from Mark Dudkowski as the Chief Administrative Officer for the Town of Delisle on July 3rd.


Council will be holding a Committee Meeting to finalize the budget next week. The Mill Rate will be set and the tax notice will be sent out by mid-July.

Please remember when placing bags of leaves in the alley to leave them untied.

Council will be teaming up with the Grade 7 class from the Vanscoy School on a project they have been working on. They are placing metal waste bins in a few locations around the west side of the Village. If you are out and see garbage lying around, please use these bins to place the garbage in. Thanks to the Grade 7 class for taking on this initiative.

Councilor Nadine Seguin has tendered her resignation from Council. Regrettably, Council had to accept the resignation. We wish Nadine every success as she relocates to the city. Nadine has been on Village Council since 2016 and will be missed. This is a general election year so Council will not hold a bi-election to fill the vacancy.


Notice is hereby given under The Tax Enforcement Act that unless the arrears and costs appearing opposite the land and title number described in the following list are fully paid before the 31st day of August, 2024, an interest based on a tax lien will be registered against the land.

Note: A sum for costs in an amount required by subsection 4(3) of The Tax Enforcement Act is included in the amount shown against each parcel.


RM OF CORMAN PARK - July 22, 9:00am

RM OF DUNDURN - July 16, 8:00am

RM OF EAGLE CREEK - July 9, 9:00am

RM OF HARRIS - July 10, 8:00am

RM OF MCCRANEY - July 11, 8:00am

RM OF MILDEN - July 10, 9:00am

RM OF MONTROSE - July 11, 8:00am

RM OF PERDUE - July 9, 9:00am

RM OF ROSEDALE - July 9, 8:00am

RM OF RUDY - July 10, 6:00pm

RM OF VANSCOY - July 11,, 9:00am

TOWN OF ASQUITH - July 10, 7:00pm

TOWN OF BIGGAR - July 2 & 16, 7:15pm

TOWN OF DELISLE - July 9, 7:00pm

TOWN OF DUNDURN - July 9, 5:30pm

TOWN OF HANLEY - July 8, 7:00pm

TOWN OF LANGHAM - July 15, 6:30pm

TOWN OF OUTLOOK - July 10 & 24, 7:00pm

TOWN OF RADISSON - July 17, 7:00pm

TOWN OF ZEALANDIA - July 14, 4:00pm

VILLAGE OF BORDEN - July 9, 7:00pm

VILLAGE OF BRODERICK - July 10, 7:00pm

VILLAGE OF CONQUEST - July 9, 7:00pm

VILLAGE OF GLENSIDE - July 10, 7:30pm

VILLAGE OF HARRIS - July 10, 7:00pm

VILLAGE OF HAWARDEN - July 11, 7:00pm

VILLAGE OF KENASTON - July 9, 7:00pm

VILLAGE OF KINLEY - July 9, 6:30pm

VILLAGE OF LOREBURN - July 10, 7:00pm

VILLAGE OF MILDEN - July 17, 7:30pm

VILLAGE OF PERDUE - July 16, 7:30pm


VILLAGE OF TESSIER - July 8, 7:00pm

VILLAGE OF VANSCOY - July 9, 7:30pm

Regular Council meetings are open to any and all members of the public. COVID restrictions may apply. Dates may change. Check with local Councils.



Notice is herby given under The Tax Enforcement Act that if the arrears and costs appearing opposite the land and title number described in the following list remain unpaid after the 21st day of August, 2024 an interest based on a tax lien will be registered against the land.









Note: A sum for costs in an amount required by subsection 4(3) of The Tax Enforcement Act is included in the amount shown against each parcel. DESCRIPTION OF PROPERTY

DeAnne Robblee,

Graduating Classes of 2024

Outlook High School

Hanley Composite School

Bondarenko, Ivan Gibson, Kolby Grunerud, Hayden Haapala, Kenzie
Hill, Sarah Hlagy, Callista Ivan, Tessa Knapik, Cadence Lepage, Azalea
Schultz, Grady
Simonson, Hailey
Shetterly-Lebeau, Kaylee
Simonson, Landon Simonson, Sheree
Alvaran, Shanella
Haapala, Matthew Harley, Rylan Harrington, Shelby
Mclachlan, Reed Millar, Owen Payne, Teya
Smalley, Kyla Sparks, Bryden Vanghel, Hunter
Verwimp, Jayden Warwaruk, Brady Warwaruk, Derek Ylioja, Nakita
Forrest, Sydney Gaboury, Holly Ganton, Brennon
Hildebrand, Cody Kloetz, Nico Kroeger, Emily Lorette-Wicks, Cam
Findlay, Peyton
Moyle, Katie O’Brien, Jordan Pasitney, Trinity Patry, Esmeh
Radke, Austin Rieder, Matt Roepe, Anthony Rudniski, Cameren
Taylor, Meagan Willms, Owen

Graduating Classes of 2024

Delisle Composite School

Bardi, Addy Bomboir, Keir Clarkson, Kyle Coates, William
Ekren, Okley Funk, Riece Gessell, Garrett Howe, Hanna Hubbard, Kolton
Kowalski, Eva Large, Hunter Kubik, Gavin
Lemon, Kate Mahussier, Jada
Paulhus, Katie Punia, Taazveer Rein, Jenna Robbins, Hannah Roulette, Tatianna
Adams, Daniel
Corrigan, Kooper Currie, Ella Domoslai, Connor
Jackson, Aj Kielo, Mitchell Kinzel, Madyson
McCrea, Robert McGill, Brody Patenaude, Avery
Sakundiak, Brooklyn Schmidt, Pieter Schow, Ellie
Schumacher, Nicholas Taaffe, Oliver Timar-Geng, Robert Trent, GG Wall, Nicole Whiting, Emerson
Lyle, Merieliss Mathieu, Kayden
May, Hilary
Mathieu, Lauren Omit, Kiera Partridge, Taylor
Pederson, Cassidy Summach, Jenna Thai, Emily-Lynn
Wehner, Payton Yang, Bonnie
Jewsbury, Presley
Naude, Johan Pashovitz, Braydon Webb, Kylie

Graduating Classes of 2024


Haduik, Lucas Lowrey, Sonja
Simonson, Terah Sorotski, Junell Weisner, Christopher
Gasper, Ava
Kuzyk, Mark Lemcke, Coltyn
Norrish, Macy Possberg, Ethan Swedberg, Erika
Tastad, Morgan
Glubis, Samantha
Booth, Kaylan
Haaglund, Ellie Brown, Tyla
Heinrichs, Reagan Hisey, Rachel
King, Caris Klassen, Jake Lange, Samantha Lowes, Cecily Mintz, Reeze
Neufeld, Larry
Reichert, Ethyn Newton, Kiya Rouffosse, Koen Vanghel, Sydney
Werner, Tayen
White, Carson Wiebe, Jenna Zimmer, Sheridan



GRAND PRIZE WINNER - Skylar Carlsenius

6 Admission Passes - Saskatchewan Railway Museum

Shirt & Three Hats - Sandyridge Bakery & Cafe

5 Mini Golf Passes - Pike Lake Mini Golf - Pike Lake Park

Two 18 Hole Rounds w/Carts - Perdue Oasis Golf Course

$50 Car Wash Card - Delisle Ag Co-op

BBQ Tool Set - Robin’s Nest Cafe - Vanscoy Rock Enclosure - Like a Rock - Grandora


Two 18 Hole Rounds w/Carts - Perdue Oasis Golf Course

Thank you to all of the wonderful sponsors and everyone who entered. Enjoy the Summer !

This July marks the 10th annual Back 40 Show & Shine in Delisle. The Back 40 Show & Shine started as part of the Delisle Days and Rodeo in 2014. The show was located at the AGT arena parking lot, and soon after, out grew that location. In 2017 the show moved to 2nd Street East in front of the schools. When the Delisle Days Committee decided to join the Vanscoy Ag Society to create Fall Fest with a later September date, the Back 40 Show & Shine decided to go out on it's own to keep the July date to due to it's popularity among the local car community. With the continued growth of the show, in 2021 the Show & Shine moved to 1st Street West in front of the business allowing the local stores to add to the experience of the Show & Shine.

Club Biggar Library 6-9 pm

The largest attendance was in 2023 with 172 vehicles registered that day. What sets this show apart from most, is that Back 40 Embroidery designs a new logo every year and imprints the logo on t-shirts, hoodies, blankets, cups and hats. These items are given away, as door prizes, to each person who registers a vehicle. As mentioned the logo is unique to each show, used on the poster and on the door prizes. The very first show did not have it's car on the poster, so it was decided to have the 2014 logo to come back for the 2024 show. This car has special significance to the owners of Back 40 Embroidery, a 1956 Ford Fairlane that was owned and restored by one of the owners of Back 40 Embroidery's father. This years show is set for Saturday, July 13th, 2024.

Singing with Sylvia Delisle Library Fundraiser 6:30pm

Sonningdale Seniors Lounge Pie/Coffee 2-4

Crochet Club Biggar Library 6-9 pm

Sonningdale Seniors Lounge Pie/Coffee 2-4

Crochet Club Biggar Library 6-9 pm

Milden Hall 7pm

Crochet Club Biggar Library 6-9 pm

Sonningdale Seniors Lounge Pie/Coffee 2-4

New Vanscoy Location

July Events at Pike Lake Provincial Park


Access Communications Receives Universal Broadband Funding for Two Important Projects

Regina, SK – Access Communications Co-operative (Access) is pleased to announce it has received funding from the Government of Canada’s - Innovation, Science and Economic Development (ISED) Universal Broadband Fund for two important projects to bring broadband internet to underserved areas of the province.

“Every Saskatchewan resident deserves the chance to achieve their full potential and that means having access to reliable high-speed Internet service is key,” said Carmela Haines, President and CEO of Access. “We’re pleased to be able to work with the Federal Government to improve connectivity for two underserved areas in our province.”

Over the next two years, Access will be installing 22 new wireless internet towers in south-central Saskatchewan. It will cover over 4,600 square kilometres, starting north of Willow Bunch and extending to the US border. When operational, the towers will deliver a minimum of 50 Mbps download and 10 Mbps upload. In addition, resi-

dents in the Turtle Lake area (northwest of North Battleford) including Kivimaa-Moonlight Bay, Horseshoe Bay, and Indian Point-Golden Sands will be receiving a mix of fixed and wireless broadband internet greatly improving connectivity.

In total, 2,086 households will benefit from being able to connect with Access’s fast and reliable internet product. Access Communications was awarded $4.6 M by ISED to complete these projects. To learn more about the Universal Broadband Fund, visit www.ic.gc.ca.

Access currently delivers urban like internet services to 113 Saskatchewan communities, exceeding the federal government’s recommended minimum of 50 Mbps download speeds. In addition, over 144 towers in Access’s network deliver a minimum of 50 Mbps download and 10 Mbps upload. Learn about AccessInternet services, visit myaccess.ca.


Delisle Sports Celebrity Dinner Announces 2024 Grants to Local Organizations

After another successful fundraising event in August of 2023, which featured Philidelphia Flyers hockey legends Brian Propp, Orest Kindrachuk, Dave “the hammer” Schultz and Don Saleski, the Delisle Sports Celebrity Dinner committee has again awarded grants to local organizations.

This year’s recipients are:

- Delisle Elementary Accessible Playground

- Delisle Minor Baseball

- Delisle Seniors Group

- Delisle Valleyview Golf Course

- Donovan Community Club

- Pike Lake School Accessible Playground

- Thunderhead Archery




Delisle Housing Authority

Providing Safe and Adequate

Housing to Individuals and Families in need. For more Information regarding availability and qualifications:

Call/Text Sue Stene 306-370-6306


Jeanie’s Place in Delisle

Short/Long term accommodations

$300/week or $1100/month All taxes & fees included.

Darrell call/text 306-717-0841

Brent call/text 306-380-9664

Delisle Agricultural Co-op

Delisle 306-493-2212

Innovative Ag Performance Group Ltd. (IAP)

Ag Retail & Custom Seed Treating Services Delisle 306-493-3167 www.innovative-ag.ca

Orchard Transport - Ag Div. Delisle 306-493-2406

Richardson Pioneer Delisle 306-493-1500 www.richardsonpioneer.ca

Flo-Gate simple solution for managing the movement of grain or fertilizer Delisle 306-493-7409 www.flo-gate.ca


Chanda Massage & Reflexology

Registered Massage Therapist, Certified Reflexology and Reiki Healer Borden 306-717-8704


Kristi Done Massage Therapy Call or Text to Book Vanscoy 306-292-9473


Shania Meyer Registered Massage Therapy Find me on Facebook or website shaniameyermassagetherapy.ca

Direct billing & online booking Borden 306-768-4252


Gravel / Sand

Graham Contracting

Topsoil also available Asquith 306-230-4653

Klassen Trenching Delisle 306-493-7579

W.W. Rock & Gravel Asquith 306-329-4768

Electric & Heating

& In Floor Heat Specialists Service all Furnaces/Air

Jerry's J&L Frame and Alignment The Shop for a Second Opinion! SGI certified, we offer wheel alignments, frame straightening, and more! 626 Weldon Avenue Saskatoon 306-934-3634 www.jandlframe.com

Trusty Appraisal Service & SGI Arbitration Delisle 306-222-0456

Biggar Vet Clinic 501 - 1st Avenue East Biggar 306 - 948 - 3642

Corman Park Vet Services Hwy #14 (SLS) 306-384-7676

Delisle Veterinary Service Delisle 306-493-3143

Eagle Creek Veterinary Services Rosetown 306-831-8387 After Hours 306-831-9222

eaglecreekvet@gmail.com www.eaglecreekvet.ca

Outlook Veterinary Clinic Outlook 306-867-8777


Health Foods

Darla Christopher Independent Epicure Consultant Delisle 306-493-2933 dsdt@ sasktel.net text 306-291-0298

Kristi Done Independent Epicure Consultant Vanscoy 306-292-9473 kristidone.epicure.com

OLD MIKE’S Raw Prairie Honey FRESH HONEY... READY ! Wildflower/Dandelion & Canola 2023 Food Safe Certification Pike Lake 306-384-3092 mikesbees@sasktel.net

Home Care

Lawn & Garden

Pike Lake Lawn & Garden

Sales, Service, Parts, Rentals Pike Lake 306-221-8558

Kenny’s Cultivating Professional Garden Tilling Asquith, Delisle, Vanscoy, Pike Lake & surrounding Farms & Acreages

36” Rear-tiller Tractor Book your Garden Today Call or Text 306-281-4111

GED Painting & Decorating European Designs Delisle/Vanscoy 306-229-8743 eugenegrenier8@gmail.com

Hillbillie Painting Biggar, Rosetown, Outlook, Delisle 306-381-3202 4bparker@gmail.com


306-493-6338 Asquith 306-329-6338

Apex Home Inspections

Specializing in Rural Property 306 - 371 - 6939 dbohle50@gmail.com

Dwein Trask Realty Inc. Dwein Trask 306-221-1035 Office 306-653-4100

RE/MAX Shoreline Realty 306-867-8380 / 1-844-838-SOLD www.remax-shorelinerealty.com Digger’ Painting

Burwell Trenching & Electrical Asquith 306-220-4377 bte20@outlook.com

Econo Septic & Sewer Services Pump septic tanks, mud sumps, car wash, commercial/industrial tanks. Unplug sewer lines, replace and repair pumps, switches, alarms. 24-hour emergency service Saskatoon 306-384-6662 Econoseptic.ca

Links Water & Septic Services Certified septic design/consulting. Acreage water/septic install and repair, water testing/treatment and septic system maintenance. Vanscoy 306-493-2410 24Hrs Linksbackhoe.com

Graham Contracting Asquith 306-230-4653 Klassen Trenching Delisle 306-493-7579

Starlings Septic Services Delisle 306-493-2241 darrelpenny@sasktel.net

Sew Kleen Hydro-vacing & Septic Asquith 306-283-4406

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