Local News

Ceremony honours aboriginal youths, treaty pictograph

Tobacco smoke and prayers in Cree, Saulteux and Sioux drifted heavenward as elders prayed for the safety of aboriginal youths and those thinking about committing suicide. A National Circle of Ceremony and Healing for Our...

News

Elders urge a return to traditional way of life

Signing treaties was not just about receiving material benefits, but also about a process to share land to have a better life, according to...

We Day students inspired to make positive change

Students are part of a larger network Grenfell students travelled to Saskatoon to participate in We Day, embracing the movement for social justice and change. This...

PST hike announced in provincial budget

2017-18 BUDGET: MEETING THE CHALLENGE Plan to Balance in Three Years The province’s 2017-18 Budget released today controls spending, modernizes and expands the tax base, and...

Council believes Broadview Project would be good for Grenfell

Grenfell town council met for its regular meeting on March 16, 2017, at 7 p.m. The meeting commenced with a delegation by Junjie Liu of...

Sports

Spits one win from QVHL title

The Grenfell Spitfires were one game away from celebrating a Qu’Appelle Valley Hockey League championship for the first time in 30 years. Game 2 Milestone Flyers...

Whitewood hosting 64-rink spiel

Deemed to be one of the largest bonspiels in Saskatchewan, Whitewood’s Farmers & Friends Bonspiel happens at the end of March. The 64-team bonspiel with...

Opinion

Top 5 reasons to vote in Grenfell’s Nov. 23 election

Grenfell’s extra-long municipal election campaign ends Nov. 23 when you go into the booth to elect a mayor and six councillors. Those candidates with...

Help wanted

Your municipality needs help; it needs direction, a vision for the future. Do you have what it takes to be a councillor? Do you...