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The city is reminding residents to look for these signs when parking downtown to abide by the parking restrictions. The City of North Battleford will be enforcing its two-hour maximum parking limit downtown starting July 23.
The city is reminding residents to look for these signs when parking downtown to abide by the parking restrictions. The City of North Battleford will be enforcing its two-hour maximum parking limit downtown starting July 23. file photo/battlefordsNOW Staff

City starting to enforce bylaw for downtown parking limit

By Angela Brown
July 13, 2018 - 2:00pm

The City of North Battleford has announced it will start to ticket drivers violating the two-hour maximum parking restrictions downtown starting July 23.

Left to right, David Fortier (Battlefords Chamber of Commerce), Rod Forman  (Anderson Pump House), Howard Kirby (Anderson Pump House) and Terry Caldwell (Battlefords Chamber of Commerce) gather for a cheque presentation picture Thursday. Anderson Pump House donated $5,000 to the Action Battlefords initiative.
Left to right, David Fortier (Battlefords Chamber of Commerce), Rod Forman (Anderson Pump House), Howard Kirby (Anderson Pump House) and Terry Caldwell (Battlefords Chamber of Commerce) gather for a cheque presentation picture Thursday. Anderson Pump House donated $5,000 to the Action Battlefords initiative. Angela Brown/battlefordsNOW Staff

Action Battlefords receives boost from Anderson Pump House donation

By Angela Brown
July 12, 2018 - 1:26pm Updated: July 12, 2018 - 2:02pm

The Battlefords Chamber of Commerce's Action Battlefords campaign is once again receiving more support from the community.

Anderson Pump House Ltd. of North Battleford donated $5,000 to the project, aimed at reducing crime and improving the community's reputation. 

NDP MP Georgina Jolibois says interprovincial transport is the federal government's responsibility and they need to drive a plan to save or replace Greyhound service across the Prairies.
NDP MP Georgina Jolibois says interprovincial transport is the federal government's responsibility and they need to drive a plan to save or replace Greyhound service across the Prairies. File photo/Derek Cornet

Feds must do more to save bus service: NDP

By Glenn Hicks
July 12, 2018 - 12:00pm

The NDP MP for Desnethe-Missinippi-Churchill River says the federal government has an obligation to either save Greyhound bus service in Western Canada or help subsidize a new one.

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