This week in Weyburn kicked off with a celebration of giving, after the Friday night Richardson Pioneer Weyburn Red Wings game at Crescent Point Place saw an influx of support for the Family Place. Special team jerseys were signed and auctioned off to help out the local organization. Read more HERE.
We were also able to start the week with another contribution to the Family Place this week, after the Weyburn Fire Brigade collected four fire trucks filled with toys for the non-profit. Read more HERE and HERE.
Monday's meeting of Weyburn City Council saw five new Youth Council members appointed. Read more HERE.
While the 2024 preliminary municipal budget was discussed at Monday's Council meeting, there were no delegations present to voice concerns about the numbers. This was said to be due to an open house event held earlier this month wherein the public could ask questions to the various department heads and City Councilors. Read more HERE.
However, the public did respond with a strong turnout at the Spark Centre on Tuesday for an open house held by the City of Weyburn regarding the heliport being designed for the future new hospital in Weyburn. Read more HERE.
With the end of November, it was also the end of 'Movember', and the Weyburn Fire Department raised more than $10K to help fight prostate cancer. Read more HERE.
A local man has been involved in a groundbreaking medical study, with a treatment for Type 1 Diabetes being tested by a research team at BCDiabetes in Vancouver, working with the Leadership Sinai Centre for Diabetes and the University of British Columbia. Read more HERE.
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