Month: April 2016

Warman Neighbourhood Watch gains higher profile

Six new signs posted at strategic locations in Warman are a visible reminder that residents are working in partnership with the police to keep the community safe. The volunteer-run Warman Neighbourhood Watch (WNW) organization began two years ago and is…

Child car seat clinics help educate public

A total of 162 child car seats were checked at clinics in several Saskatchewan locations during the past week. The Saskatoon Police Service (SPS) Traffic Unit, along with the Saskatoon RCMP detachment, participated in the Child Car Seat clinic over…

Dahlia Salon promotes water aid campaign

Fresh clean water, is a precious commodity. In Madagascar, girls walk six kilometres a day to get water, but that water is contaminated. It’s the only option they have. Each girl hauls an unbelievable 40 litres up steep hills and…

Dental hygiene 101 for preschoolers

What does a dental hygienist do? Some little people found out when they visited a Saskatoon dental clinic recently. About 14 preschoolers from the Country Kids Cooperative Preschool in South Corman Park were rotated in pairs through five stations in…

Saskatoon firefighters battle blaze in Corman Park

Saskatoon firefighters were called out late Thursday night, April 28, to a vehicle and grass fire in the RM of Corman Park west of Saskatoon. Saskatoon Fire Department (SFD) Battalion Chief Marc DeGirolamo said the call came in at 11:40…

Carbon monoxide alarms essential, says Dalmeny Fire Chief

Dalmeny First Responders prevented a tragedy at a rural residence last month when they were able to remove three people from a home that had elevated levels of carbon monoxide (CO). It was a close call, according to Dalmeny Fire…