Sunday, June 13, 2021

Monarch Population Down 80%

Monarch butterflies were once been found in backyards across the country. Generations of schoolchildren have reared monarchs in classrooms, watching in wonder as striped...

Tools to Help Farmers and Ranchers Cope With Stress

By Kari Burnett, PAg, Agriculture Programs Specialist, Swift Current Even under ideal conditions, farming and ranching in Saskatchewan can be stressful. It can be difficult...

After Power Outage, Province Extends Big Game Draw Deadline

On the evening of Tuesday, May 25, the Government of Saskatchewan website experienced an unplanned outage that affected some access to the Saskatchewan Big...

Saskatchewan Tourism Industry Embarks On The Road To Recovery

Saskatchewan Tourism Week (May May 23re-29th) is an opportunity to both promote our beautiful parks, and for the province to communicate the importance of...

Significant New Agriculture Investment Announced in Southeast Saskatchewan

Ceres Global Ag to Build USD $350 Million Canola Crush Plant at Northgate The Government of Saskatchewan has recently welcomed the announcement by Ceres Global...

Eligible Projects Under the Farm and Ranch Water Infrastructure Program

By Jaycee Peutert, AAg, Farm Management Extension Specialist, Regional Services Branch, Moose Jaw Now is a good time to start planning water projects on your...

Provincial Parks to Receive $90 Million Worth of Improvements

Saskatchewan residents will experience a smoother ride when visiting several provincial parks this year.  Construction of more than $90 million will take place this season...

Viral Disease Outbreak Among Wild and Domestic Rabbits

A viral disease outbreak is affecting wild and domestic rabbits in the Western US, with most recent detection in domestic rabbits in Alberta. Rabbit hemorrhagic...

Help Available For Farmers Taking Financial Hit

 As Canada’s economy continues to feel the effects of the COVID-19 pandemic, many small and mid-sized businesses face tough decisions about their debt. In particular,...

Rural Ottawa Barn Fire Kills 100 Cows

Source: Amanda Marcotte, cbc.ca, May 21, 2021 Firefighters were calling it a massive fire. A hundred cattle have died in a fire that's "still raging" into...
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