Some houses are going $100,000 over the asking price

Unlike most places in Canada, Saskatchewan and Manitoba housing markets, relatively speaking, have remained sane. Although sane does not mean without problems for buyers wanting to get into the market.

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Some houses are going $100,000 over the asking price

Unlike most places in Canada, Saskatchewan and Manitoba housing markets, relatively speaking, have remained sane. Although sane does not mean without problems for buyers wanting to get into the market.

I need to find a family doctor… again.

Family doctors receive $30 per patient,, which isn’t adequate to cover clinic costs, in addition to paying themselves a decent salary.

The Spanish Flu made Winnipeg famous for ghosts, seances

How the Spanish Flu impacted the Canadian Prairies. The flu came to Saskatchewan in two waves, while Manitoba was spared the first wave.

Saskatchewan and Manitoba called out in federal budget

The federal government released their 2022 budget, which highlights some of the unique challenges faced by Saskatchewan and Manitoba.

A mystery: Declining Prairie moose populations

Moose populations are in decline in many parts of Saskatchewan and Manitoba, and scientists, although they have some theories, aren’t exactly sure why. If the numbers get any lower, hunting these animals might be increasingly restricted.

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