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ER closed last week due to lack of doctor

[May 18, 2015 • By Kara Kinna]
Emergency services were unavailable at the Southeast Integrated Care Centre in Moosomin last week due to the lack of a doctor to cover the ER. According to the Regina Qu’Ap. . .READ MORE

Schwean, Toder picked up in draft

[May 11, 2015 • By Kara Kinna]
Two local hockey players were picked up in the WHL Bantam Draft Thursday. Elkhorn’s Layne Toder was a fourth round draft pick for the Calgary Hitmen and Moosomin’s Jevon Sc. . .READ MORE

Pipeline would carry North Dakota crude to Moosomin to connect with Energy East: TransCanada applies for Upland Pipeline

[May 4, 2015 • By Kevin Weedmark]
TransCanada has taken the next step in its proposed Upland Pipeline, which would carry Bakken crude from Williston, North Dakota to the Moosomin Compressor Station, where it w. . .READ MORE

Mosaic planning $1.7 billion project at Esterhazy site

[April 27, 2015 • By Julia Dima]
Last Tuesday in Esterhazy, Mosaic held an open house to discuss the next step in their continued expansion of the Mosaic K3 potash mine just east of Esterhazy. In March, Mosai. . .READ MORE

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