Category Archives: SouthWest Saskatchewan

Antelope Lake Regional Park – Maintenance Manager

Antelope Lake Regional Park requires a park maintenance manager for the 2018 season (Approx. May 1st – September 31st)

Duties include: up keeping of all the grounds work, maintaining of equipment, painting if needed, picking up all garbage’s, enforcing all bylaws, overseeing student employees and other duties as required.

For more information contact
Sharisse Dyer
Applications will be accepted until April 15, 2018
Antelope Lake Regional Park Board
Box 493
Gull Lake, SK
S0N 1A0
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Source: Antelope Lake Regional Park

Gull Lake Implements Safe Places Program

Last year, the Town of Gull Lake announced that it would be adopting the City of Swift Current’s Safe Places – Youth certified initiative. The Gull Lake Safe Places Committee have been working closely with the City of Swift Current Safe Places Committee on the implementation of the program in Gull Lake. The program is for anyone who comes into contact with children and youth in the community, through their business, organizations, or volunteers. It is designed to help raise awareness of bullying, abuse, harassment, and discrimination of children and provide measures to prevent these things from happening. Program certification is portable and residents who become “Youth Certified” in Gull Lake will have their credentials recognized in Swift Current.” Businesses, Organizations that participate by having their staff trained will be given a certificate to display in their building.

Today we are pleased to announce that the program is available, online and ready to register anyone wishing to participate in the initiative. To start in the next 30 days Council Members: Mayor Blake Campbell; Councilors Dwayne Lavoie, Ed Lowenberger, Steve Haithwaite, Tim Temoshawsky, Nassar Zanidean and Town Staff will sign on to Gull Lake Safe Places Program. We will also be encouraging businesses, clubs, organizations, and volunteers in the community to participate in this important community initiative aimed at protecting our children.

For more information on how you can participate see “SAFE PLACES – YOUTH CERTIFIED-GULL LAKE” tab located under “Our Community” on the website menu.

Mayor Campbell

Gull Lake Museum Student Employment Opportunity

The successful applicant will be responsible for the daily opening, operating, and closing of the Museum. Other duties will include routine maintenance, including painting, cleaning, light grounds keeping, and other tasks as assigned by the Tourism Committee.

The position will start Monday, July 2, 2018.

For More information contact:

Feona Brodie Sorenson 306) 671-7410.

Send all applications by May 16, 2018 to:

Gull Lake Tourism Committee
P.O Box 305
Gull Lake, SK
S0N 1A0

Pastureland now will be covered for fire and flood damage

Pastureland now will be covered for fire and flood damage Agriculture SouthWest Saskatchewan  Pasture Land


Many producers are welcoming new enhancements to this year’s Saskatchewan Crop Insurance Program, especially those in the livestock sector. Rick Toney, Chairman of the Saskatchewan Cattlemen’s Association, says they are pleased that pastureland will now be covered for fire damage, adding this …

Source: Pastureland now will be covered for fire and flood damage

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