Storm Shopper-Buy and Sell


45 hp Johnson outboard – only has 6 hours use – $2000 obo. Colour photocopier (Xerox) – $75, Husqvarna chainsaw – $150, Old Ford 150 truck (propane) – $1000 obo, 2 deep freezers – $150 […]


303 Rifle for sale. $200 obo. Missing the magazine – otherwise a good gun. 812-8806

Looking for mowers

Looking for broken down or not running lawn mower tractors. To use for parts. Will pick up. Will pay for good quality. 862-3534

Looking for parts and battery

Looking for parts for a Ford Focus. Also need a battery – a good 12V – top post battery. Call 862-2085 – if no answer please leave a message.

Looking for house to rent

Just came from Alberta – looking for a small house to rent – 1 bedroom would do. Something where I can have a bit of a garden and yard. Call 1-780-605-1241 or call the guy […]

Storm Community Lifelines and news

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  • First Nations company set to open pot shops in six months July 17, 2018
    By Derek Cornet With recreational marijuana set to become officially legalized Oct. 17, Synergy Five Investments LP CEO Sean Willy said he is excited to see First Nations entering an emerging industry. “As First Nations, we’ve been excluded from so many other potential opportunities out there,” he said. “I’ve seen Indigenous economic development companies across […]
  • UPDATE: Charges laid after break-in, sexual assault, and gunfire in Pierceland July 17, 2018
    By paNOW Staff UPDATE: Charges have now been laid in connection with the alleged incident in Pierceland, RCMP announced Tuesday afternoon. William David Angus, a 41-year-old resident of the Pierceland area, was handed numerous criminal charges, RCMP said. The charges include breaking and entering and committing sexual assault with a firearm, sexual interference, assault with […]
  • One dead in Wollaston Lake boating incident July 16, 2018
    By paNOW Staff RCMP in Wollaston Lake responded to a capsized pleasure craft July 15, and police said an elderly man perished in the incident. The drowning victim was a 70-year old man from Hatchet Lake whose name was not released. Three other occupants of the boat were rescued by employees of a nearby business, […]
  • UPDATE: RCMP find missing object July 16, 2018
    By paNOW Staff RCMP in La Loche said the mysterious object in question has been returned, and thanked the public for their help. --- Police in La Loche are looking for an item which appears to have gone missing. On July 14 a post was shared to social media stating RCMP were looking to locate […]
  • Ag in Motion expo gets underway this week July 16, 2018
    By Charlene Tebbutt The annual Ag in Motion outdoor farm expo gets underway this week, showcasing the latest in farming technology and offering a host of learning and networking opportunities for farmers, businesses, and ag enthusiasts. The event runs Tuesday to Thursday northwest of Saskatoon. With more than 455 businesses registered for the demonstration and trade […]
  • Food recall issued over frozen fruit July 16, 2018
    By paNOW Staff The Canadian Food Inspection Agency (CFIA) has issued a recall over a popular brand of frozen fruit sold in local-area stores. The CFIA has recalled certain lot numbers of Europe’s Best Field Berry Mix and 4-Field Berry Mix due to concerns over salmonella. The federal government organization issued the recall on Friday, […]