Help the Pense Memorial Rink get into the Top 4 for Kraft Hockeyville 2020. The way the competition works isn't quite as easy as liking and sharing our Facebook page. In order to help us make the top 4, you will need to go to the Hockeyville website (https://www.krafthockeyville.ca/#/landing) and click on "Sign on or Register" and create an account.

After you have created an account and are signed in, you can find the Pense "Community Rally Page", either by searching for it on the website or by clicking this link: https://www.krafthockeyville.ca/#/community/pensearena.

The first part of the competition runs from now until February 9, 2020. To move forward in the competition, we need you to submit your own original story about the rink and the community. You can also add pictures and react to posted stories and pictures.

On our Rally Page, you will see a button that says "Add My Story". Click that link and answer the three questions. The judges are looking for the following in each story:

  • Tell us about your community's spirit, as well as its passion for hockey.
  • Tell us about the Pense area.
  • Why is it important to the community and how would the $250,000 be best used to upgrade the arena?
  • Why should your community be the next Kraft Hockeyville?

The stories are really important as they account for 80% of our score to move onto the next round. Thank you for taking a few minutes and helping us out with this!

CN Public Inquiry Line

CN's Public Inquiry Line is the central point of contact for the public with non-emergency concerns such as:

  • Noise
  • Train whistling
  • General property maintenance
  • Etc.

Contact the team (Monday-Friday, 8am - 6pm ET) at 1-888-888-5909 or This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

CN Police

CN Police staff will answer emergency calls and dispatch officers when appropriate.

There are may reasons to call CN Police, such as:

  • Trespassing on tracks
  • Unlawful activity
  • Crossing signal defect
  • Etc.

Contact CN Police at 1-800-465-9239 for emergencies (24/7) or email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. with non-urgent suspicious activities.

The Farm and Ranch Water Infrasturcture Program (FRWIP) was designed to support the development of secure and sustainable waters for agricutural use in Saskatchewn, mitigate the impact of drought, and to improve public safety and reduce potential groundwater contamination through well decommissioning. FRWIP has two program streams: Dugout, Pipeline and Well Rebate, or Well Decommissioning and Special Projects Pre-Approval.

General Eligibility:Primary producers who earn a minimum of $50,000 of gross farm income in Sasktchewan; or First Nations in the province of Saskatchewan. Producers who own, lease or rent property where livestock and poultry are grown, bred, kept, raised, displayed, assembled or disposed of require a Saskatchewan Premisies Identification number.

For more information on this program, please contact Courtney Devins at 306-529-5125 or This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

The Farm and Ranch Water Infrastructure Program (FRWIP) is a program offered under the Canadian Agriculture Partnership (CAP), which provided producers funding to decommission abandoned or unused wells. This program is available to agriculture producers, First Nations, Rural Municipalities and agri-businesses.

Applicants are encouraged to contact an Agri-Environmental Technical Service (AETS) provider for assistance in completing the applications and pre-approval worksheets. The AETS contact in our area is Sarah Tranberg. She will work one-on-one with producers to assist in applying to the program and filling out your forms. Sarah can be reached at 306-529-5125 or This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.. To read more on decommissioning wells visit www.wsask.ca.

This new network will allow Saskatchewan residents to receive credible, accurate and timely crime prevention information directly from their local RCMP detachment. When a detachment becomes aware of an incident or crime, they can issue an advisory via the system and local residents who have signed up for the program will become aware of what happened within minutes.

Only those who have signed up to receive notifications from RCMP detachments in southern Saskatchewan will receive advisories.

Signing up to be part of the network is free and only takes a few minutes. You choose which RCMP detachment area(s) you want to receive notifications from and how you want to receive them, whether it be via text message, email, phone call or through the mobile app. Visit SARM.ca, SUMA.org or click here to proceed to the Saskatchewan Crime Watch website to sign up.