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Relay for Life cancelled

by Phil Ambroziak The war against cancer continues, but Meadow Lake residents no longer consider their community a major battlefront. That’s how people like Brenda LaRocque-Hill feel in the wake of a rece...
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Derby a smash hit

by Derek Cornet Warm temperatures and no rain made for an exciting 16th annual Father’s Day Smash on the weekend. The two-day event, hosted by Flying Dust First Nation, saw more than 30 drivers compete th...
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The Conversation

Hockey fans of all ages were pleased to meet one of their favourites recently when former NHLer Reggie Leach visited Meadow Lake for the annual Kinsmen Sports Dinner fundraiser. Prior to that, however, Reggie s...
Boxing

Boxing program scores knockout

by Derek Cornet The Kopahawakenum Boxing Club experienced its first taste of a boxing card June 4 and returned home with a gold medal. “It was good to get into the atmosphere and for them to see the old c...
Editorial

Cancer war still ongoing

Is cancer winning the fight? Hopefully not, but this certainly seems to be the case in Meadow Lake where recently the Canadian Cancer Society announced it was calling off its local Relay for Life fundraiser ...
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Federal support lacking: MP

by Phil Ambroziak Prime Minister Justin Trudeau is being called upon to meet the expectations he raised earlier this year amongst the people of La Loche. In late January – in the wake of a shooting spree ...
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Exclusive rights for park booth

by Phil Ambroziak Things are about to become a little more convenient for visitors to Lions Park in Meadow Lake. During the regular meeting of Meadow Lake city council June 13, authorization was given for...
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The Conversation

Even though he’s travelled across the world, Marlow Esau of Kimball Lake says there’s no better place than home. Recently, Marlow spoke with Northern Pride about what it’s like living in the Meadow Lake Provinc...
Rodeo

Cowboys and cowgirls shine

by Phil Ambroziak Rodeo fans did not ride off into the sunset disappointed on the weekend, as three of their favourites claimed the top spot in their respective events. When all was said and done followin...
Editorial

A sign of the times

The times they are a changin’... and, as far as the former Federation of Saskatchewan Indian Nations is concerned, they’re changing for the better. The FSIN, which now stands for Federation of Sovereign Indi...