Innovation Credit Union board president Bruce Sack, left, joins CEO Daniel Johnson to discuss plans on becoming the first federal Credit Union headquartered in Saskatchewan. On Tuesday night, it was announced the membership had voted 82 per cent in favor of federalizationfile photo/battlefordsNOW
Ryan Rosenberg (left) and Ryan Gil (15), have not been approved to play in the SJHL. Rosenberg re-joined the North Stars in November but never dressed in a game because he was never approved. Gil was unintentionally allowed to play four games before being pulled from the roster due to the same rule that prevented Rosenberg from suiting up.Nathan Kanter/battlefordsNOW staff
Earlier this season — in late October and early November — the Battlefords North Stars tried to add two American players to their roster, only to subsequently have those players deemed ineligible to play Junior A hockey in Canada.
For the first time since 1997, Gerry Ritz watched Monday’s byelection results roll in as a constituent rather than a candidate and he says he could not have been more pleased with the outcome; a win by Conservative candidate Rosemarie Falk.
December 11, 2017 - 10:41pmUpdated: December 13, 2017 - 10:44am
Tonight's early results in the federal byelection for the Battlefords-Lloydminster riding appear to have paved the way for a landslide victory for Conservative candidate Rosemarie Falk, to replace long-serving Conservative MP Gerry Ritz who announced his retirement during the summer.
While the final numbers are not in yet, based on the latest numbers trending, battlefordsNOW is predicting Conservative candidate Rosemarie Falk will be the winner in the Battlefords-Lloydminster byelection tonight.
Town of Battleford Mayor Ames Leslie, centre, with former NHL player Gregg Sheppard, right, and Barry Belak, stepfather of the late Wade Belak who played in the NHL, left, at the start of the free public skate event to commemorate Canada’s 150th anniversary. Angela Brown/battlefordsNOW Staff