Community Connections

  • January 14, 2015

    This is our Community a Celebration of Cultures

    Community Connections is pleased to invite you to our 4th annual event "This is our Community a Celebration of Cultures".  This event will be held on March 15, 2015 from 1:00 pm to 4:00 pm at the Glencairn Neighborhood Centre - 2626 Dewdney Ave. East

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  • September 14, 2012

    Special Olympic Truck Convoy & Truck Pull

    A TRUCK CONVOY of close to 70 trucks with large trailers left Saskatoon in the morning and arrived in Regina at the Turvey Centre at 1pm.

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  • September 8, 2012

    Canadian Paraplegic Association Relay

    I was honoured to attend and bring greetings to this fun event

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  • Chinese Freemasons of Regina

    We were pleased to attend their 4th Anniversary Banquet and Celebration

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  • June 23, 2012

    Aboriginal Day Live & Celebration

    I had the honor of attending the Opening Ceremonies of the National Aboriginal Day Live & Celebrations.

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  • K+S Potash Legacy Mine Ground Breaking Ceremony

    K+S Legacy Project near Bethune, Saskatchewan

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  • Feed the Kids Night

    At North Central Family Centre.

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Released on July 3, 2014

According to Saskatchewan Agriculture’s weekly Crop Report, crop development continues to be delayed due to cool and wet weather conditions.  Forty-nine per cent of the fall cereals, 61 per cent of the spring cereals, 66 per cent of the oilseeds and 55 per cent of the pulse crops are behind their normal developmental stages.
Significant amounts of rain fell over much of the province this weekend with some southeastern and east-central areas receiving well over six inches of rain in a few days.  Crops in the hardest hit areas have been significantly impacted by localized flooding and saturated field conditions.

Provincial topsoil moisture conditions on cropland are rated as 48 per cent surplus and 52 per cent adequate.  Hay land and pasture moisture conditions are rated as 36 per cent surplus, 62 per cent adequate and two per cent short.  Warm and dry weather is needed to help alleviate excess moisture.

The majority of crops outside the areas affected by flooding are in fair to excellent condition.  Excess moisture, localized flooding, wind and diseases such as root rot and leaf spots have caused the majority of crop damage this week.

Saskatchewan livestock producers have less than one per cent of the 2014 hay crop cut and 98 per cent is rated as fair to excellent in quality.  Much of the hay is behind its normal developmental stages for this time of year.

Farmers are busy controlling weeds and beginning haying operations.

Follow the 2014 Crop Report on Twitter at @SKAgriculture.


For more information, contact:

Shannon Friesen
Moose Jaw
Phone: 306-694-3592View All News Stories


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