Storm Shopper-Buy and Sell


Looking for a battery charger with large capacity.  call 862-3022

Pressure Washer

Pressure washer made by King Canada.  2000 psi.  Some pressure issues, but has a good engine.  Call for pricing.  862-3405


Vanity for sale. $125 or best offer. It’s 48 inches. Call 306-276-6604

Water tank

1300 gallon water tank for sale. $400.00 obo Phone. 306-428-2120. Poulan lawn tractor for sale. $600.00 obo

Yard Sale

105 Seymour.  Nipawin.  Furniture, tractos, dishes – anything you want we probably have it.  Friday and Saturday.

Storm Community Lifelines and news

Choiceland Annual Curling Bonspiel

The Choiceland Curling Club is hosting their Annual Bonspiel on March 1st to the 4th. Entry fee is $120/team with a maximum of 24 teams. The smoker will be Saturday, March 3rd tickets being $15 […]


  • Fond du Lac airport among topics at FSIN Spring Assembly May 23, 2018
    By paNOW Staff The Federation of Sovereign Indigenous Nations (FSIN) Spring Legislative Assembly is set to get underway today. Leaders and dignitaries will gather in the Bridge City today and tomorrow, to discuss a number of key topics in Indigenous country. Numerous people are set to be honoured, including former NHL player and Ahatahakakoop Cree […]
  • Dog and drone detect Debden theft suspects May 23, 2018
    By paNOW Staff A short property theft spree in the Debden and Canwood areas was brought to an end with a combination of hi-tech equipment and canine policing. RCMP in Big River and Spiritwood received a call just before noon on Monday reporting two suspicious men on a farmyard about five miles west of Debden. […]
  • Parks officials taking precautions around Waskesiu May 22, 2018
    By Charlene Tebbutt Fire crews continue to battle a blaze in the Prince Albert National Park and precautions are being taken to protect and manage areas around Waskesiu to reduce the risk from fire.  Parks Canada said Tuesday that fire protection and fuel management actions are being taken as a precautionary measure to safeguard local […]
  • Firefighter recounts 'scary' Hi Rock wildfire at Sandy Bay May 22, 2018
    By Glenn Hicks A volunteer firefighter at Sandy Bay said a wildfire got very close to the northern community on Monday. Daniel McDonald was among those who responded first after the flames burst into life in the late afternoon of May 21. “It was a scary sight, the way the flames just went up straight away […]
  • Wildfire in national park could help dwindling bison herd May 22, 2018
    By Bryan Eneas While the wildfire burning in the Prince Albert National Park is putting cabin-owners on edge, it could be beneficial to a unique animal population in the area. The National Park is home to a herd of bison, whose numbers are dwindling. In the early 2000s counts indicated the herd’s numbers were nearing […]
  • What's Happening NOW for May 22, 2018 May 22, 2018
    By paNOW Staff Reporter Bryan Eneas and News Director Glenn Hicks discuss the bison herd in the Prince Albert National Park:   ... Read More