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Prince Albert police seek information on missing woman PDF Print E-mail
Written by Travis Radke   
Friday, 17 November 2017 16:45

Margaret Custer.  Photo provided by Prince Albert Police Service.

Prince Albert Police are asking for the public's assistance in finding a missing 42-year-old Woman.

Prince Albert Police Service received a missing person complaint today advising that  42-year-old Margaret Custer has not been seen since Saturday.

Margaret has black hair, brown eyes and stands at 5'5', 160 pounds, and was last seen wearing a blue ski jacket and jeans.

Anyone with info on Custer is asked to contact Prince Albert Police .

Last Updated on Friday, 17 November 2017 16:47
Free Naloxone kits now available in Keewatin Yatthe Health Region PDF Print E-mail
Written by Manfred Joehnck   
Friday, 17 November 2017 11:16

The northern health region of Keewatin Yatthe is now offering a life-saving drug aimed at reducing overdose deaths from opioid drugs like fentanyl.

The director of addictions and mental health for the region,mByrne Richards, says opioids on the market today are much stronger than they used to be and pose a far greater risk of death.

He says fentanyl is 50 to 100 times more potent than morphine and it is often cut with other drugs. He says the user may not even know they are ingesting it until it is too late. Richards, says Naloxone is an andidote that quickly reverses the effects of opioids, which can cause respiratory arrest and heart failure.

For the people who need it, it is absolutely, 100% the most important thing that’s there and it can save a life,” he says.

The naloxone kits are free, but users as well as family and friends need to be trained on recognizing, preventing and responding to an overdose. Richards says it’s important for the user to be honest about their addiction.

If you are using and you have a family member who knows or who maybe doesn’t know that you use, it’s really important that you let them know about this so they can be there to help you when you are not able to help yourself.”

The Keewatin Yatthe health authority becomes the 9th in the province to implement the program.

Individuals interested in more information about the kits or the training are asked to call 306-235-5822.

Last Updated on Friday, 17 November 2017 11:31
Unity Gathering happening Saturday in Buffalo Narrows PDF Print E-mail
Written by Travis Radke   
Friday, 17 November 2017 11:10

Photo courtesy Northern Lights School Division.

People of all creeds and cultures are invited to attend a faith-themed, community gathering at the friendship center in Buffalo Narrows Saturday.

Discussions will be held on how to strengthen relationships between religious institutions and other communities in Saskatchewan's north.

"Various people from communities on the northwest side will be attending," says Pastor, elder and event organizer Norm McCallum. " I just want to welcome all people, people are always welcome to come and join and come and have your say."

The event will run from 10 am to 5 pm and will feature live music and food as well as discussions.

McCallum will also be reading a letter he received in the 1970s detailing why Northern Communities could be more united.

Last Updated on Friday, 17 November 2017 11:15
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