Police, public react to pot law

by Phil Ambroziak New legislation put forward by the federal government is likely to see many Canadians hit an all-time high. Last week, the Liberal government tabled legislation to end the prohibition on...

Animal abuse on the rise

by Derek Cornet Due to the efforts of RCMP officers in the Northwest, more abused animals are receiving a new lease on life. That’s according to DVM Dick Nitschelm of Meadow Lake’s Woodland Veterinary Cli...

The Conversation

Having a green thumb most her life, Meadow Lake resident Pat Morley is the perfect fit when it comes to serving as coordinator of the Willow Creek Community Garden. Recently, Pat spoke with Northern Pride about...

Table tennis team wins gold

by Phil Ambroziak Table tennis is quickly becoming the game that defines Gateway Elementary School. Earlier this month, for the fourth consecutive year, student athletes from the Meadow Lake school secure...

Pot plan could work

The federal government’s recent effort to leagalize and regulate marijuana has left some Canadians feeling dazed and confused. In an historic moment, the Liberals tabled legislation last week to end the proh...

Public protests library cuts

by Derek Cornet With the interlibrary loan system coming to an end soon in Saskatchewan, 98-year-old Meadow Lake resident Flo Clark will need to find another hobby to pass the time. Clark relies on the se...

NORTEP transition ends

by Derek Cornet This month’s Northern Teacher Education Program (NORTEP) graduating class will be the last. On April 11, students and applicants for the fall were directed to apply to other post-secondary...

The Conversation

Blair Mysko is a new addition to the RM of Meadow Lake council after being elected as a councillor last year. Recently, Blair spoke with Northern Pride about his first six months in the position, upcoming proje...