Month: November 2015

Corman Park takes first step in legal action against Saskatoon

The Rural Municipality of Corman Park may pursue legal action against the City of Saskatoon over a land deal that could cost the RM hundreds of thousands of dollars in lost revenue. Corman Park council unanimously voted at a special…

Police name suspect in Karina Wolfe murder

It’s been a long five years for the family of Karina Wolfe. But on November 30 it appeared justice may finally be served in her disappearance and murder. A suspect in the murder of Karina Wolfe turned himself in to…

Fire in industrial park extinguished quickly

A fire at a salvage yard in the North Corman Industrial Park was extinguished quickly by Saskatoon firefighters on Monday, November 30. No one was injured in the fire, which broke out around noon at Saskatoon Truck Parts. Warman Fire…

TransGas seeks feedback on proposed pipeline routes

Residents of South Corman Park and area provided feedback on a proposed route for a new gas pipeline at a TransGas Open House on Nov. 24. Due to growth around the province, including Saskatoon and area, TransGas – the transmission…

Catholic schools in Martensville and Warman on track

Construction work on Holy Trinity School in Warman and Holy Mary School in Martensville is on schedule, and the Greater Saskatoon Catholic School Division is currently finalizing details on the schools’ design and programming options. Greg Chatlain, Director of Education…

Body of murder victim identified

The Saskatoon Police Service has positively identified human remains located earlier this month as those of 20-year-old Karina Beth Ann Wolfe, the subject of an active missing person investigation since 2010. On November 26, 2015, with the assistance of Patrol,…

RM of Corman Park ponders legal action against City of Saskatoon over land purchase made in ‘bad faith’

The purchase of about 155 acres of land in the RM of Corman Park by the City of Saskatoon’s land bank was made “in bad faith” and will result in serious financial losses to the RM, according to Corman Park…