The World-Spectator wants you to give us your best shot in the 2017 Harvest Photo Contest. Submit your harvest photos to the World-Spectator by emailing your photos to firstname.lastname@example.org, or sending a message on facebook We have a first prize of $100 for the winning photo! So get those cameras going this harvest season, and give. . .
The federal government’s proposed tax reform on private corporations has received negative reaction from doctors, lawyers, accountants, and small business owners who would impacted by the changes, but there’s another group in line for a tax surprise once their busy summer season is over. About one-quarter of all farms in Canada are family farm c. . .
Today, Lieutenant Governor Vaughn Solomon Schofield announced nominations will be accepted until November 1, 2017 for the next round of potential recipients for the province’s highest honour – the Saskatchewan Order of Merit. “The Saskatchewan Order of Merit enables us to celebrate excellence and to honour our remarkable citizens,” Solomon Schof. . .
More than 12,500 people through the gates: It was the biggest crowd ever for the Living Skies Come Alive Fireworks Competition. More than 5,485 people took in Canada’s fireworks show on Saturday night of the August long weekend, and 7,052 saw China’s fireworks show on the Sunday night. Organizers said they are very happy with how t. . .
The Rolling Barrage, a cross country motorcycle ride to raise awareness of, and support for treatment of PTSD, will be rolling into Moosomin Monday, August 14. There will be a fundraising barbecue over the lunch hour at the Borderland Co-op C-Store while the riders take a break on their cross-country ride. Ryan Bender will provide entertainme. . .
There were lots of questions at an RM of Rocanville public meeting Thursday, August 3 regarding the regulation of wind farms. The RM held the meeting to gauge public opinion on the bylaw regarding siting of wind farms. With a proposal for a new wind farm in the early stages, two RM residents asked the RM to hold a public meeting to discuss the c. . .
Producers in the province have two per cent of the crop combined and three per cent swathed or ready to straight-cut, according to Saskatchewan Agriculture’s Weekly Crop Report. The five-year (2012-2016) average for this time of year is two per cent combined and two per cent swathed or ready to straight-cut. Seventy-five per cent of fall rye, 3. . .
After serving as Premier of Saskatchewan for nearly 10 years, Premier Brad Wall today announced that he will be retiring from that position and elected politics when his party elects a new Leader. Following is Wall's statement on his retirement: This November will mark 10 years since I had the incredible honour of being elected as Premier of . . .
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