Reader holiday stories and the Flatlander gift guide

Looking to support local business and find the perfect gift, check out our first ever holiday gift guide. And readers share their favourite memories.

About The Flatlander

All you need to know about the place you call home.

Journalism is good for democracy. But community newspapers are in decline, and the national media overlooks Saskatchewan and Manitoba, which means people living in the Prairie Provinces can’t find in-depth journalism that accurately reflects their lives. The Flatlander is working to change this with a new approach to local news.

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Reader holiday stories and the Flatlander gift guide

Looking to support local business and find the perfect gift, check out our first ever holiday gift guide. And readers share their favourite memories.

Help us tell our Prairie stories

The Flatlander is here to tell stories about the Prairies, from the Prairies. Help us tell more stories in 2023.

Biodiversity, chronic wasting disease and football

Chronic Wasting Disease continues to spread across Saskatchewan. it was first detected here in 1996, and yet many people know little about it.

How Regina and Winnipeg helped shape Canadian football

The rivalry between the Blue Bombers and Roughriders goes back to 1890 when Canadian football rules were being shaped.

Manitoba could lose more than 300 doctors

Saskatchewan is also likely to lose hundreds of doctors over the next few years. Meanwhile, both provinces plan to hire 3,000 healthcare professionals.

Stories about the Prairies, from the Prairies.

Help us raise $4,000 so we can bring you more in-depth local stories from Saskatchewan and Manitoba in 2023.

Life on the Prairies

 

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