Infrastructure

Buy-Low Foods, like this one in Osoyoos, B.C., will be coming to Tisdale later this year. Construction is already underway on the 25,000 square foot building, according to Economic Development Officer Sean Wallace.
Buy-Low Foods, like this one in Osoyoos, B.C., will be coming to Tisdale later this year. Construction is already underway on the 25,000 square foot building, according to Economic Development Officer Sean Wallace. Google Earth

Buy-Low Foods coming to Saskatchewan

By Bryan Eneas
March 1, 2017 - 12:36pm

A grocery chain with stores in British Columbia and Alberta is coming to Saskatchewan.

The Jim Pattison Group is building a Buy-Low grocery store in Tisdale, located 140 km southeast of Prince Albert.

Jody Boulet, community services director, addresses the media from city hall on Thursday.
Jody Boulet, community services director, addresses the media from city hall on Thursday. Shane O'Neill/paNOW Staff

City unveils the latest in community services master plan

By Shane O'Neill
February 16, 2017 - 3:00pm

Prince Albert has taken the next step in its community services master plan.

On Thursday morning, the city held a press conference to update the public on the progress of the plan and to introduce the consulting firm tasked with implementing the community’s vision.

Ward 7 Coun. Dennis Nowoselsky speaks to a resident during the ward’s neighbourhood planning meeting Wednesday night.
Ward 7 Coun. Dennis Nowoselsky speaks to a resident during the ward’s neighbourhood planning meeting Wednesday night. Jeff Labine/paNOW Staff

Ward 7 residents ask questions of their community

By Jeff Labine
February 16, 2017 - 6:38am Updated: February 16, 2017 - 9:40am

While Ward 7 residents brought a variety of issues to their neighbourhood planning meeting Wednesday night, they seemed to agree it was an inconvenience missing the Raiders game.

Treaty 6, signed in 1876, includes a clause which grants Indigenous communities of Treaty 6 cows and ploughs, as well as other agricultural tools to cultivate the lands.
Treaty 6, signed in 1876, includes a clause which grants Indigenous communities of Treaty 6 cows and ploughs, as well as other agricultural tools to cultivate the lands. Bryn Levy/CKOM News Staff

Treaty 6: Cows and ploughs

By Bryan Eneas
February 9, 2017 - 2:00pm

A section of Treaty 6 can be interpreted in a way which not only makes Indigenous peoples stewards of the land, but also the harvesters of the land.

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