Council News


95th State Convention


March for Life 2017

The Saskatchewan Knights of Columbus, Saskatchewan Pro-Life and Campaign Life Coalition have teamed up in a joint coordinated effort aimed at hosting the 2017 “March for Life” to be held on the Legislature Grounds May 11, 2017.

I would encourage Councils and Districts to team up together and arrange travel by large bus or 15 passenger van, if possible to obtain, so as to travel together to the “ March for Life” Event.
Please be reminded that there is a State provided subsidy for 15 passenger vans and large buses travelling to and from this Event.
If members are looking to travel by the above types of vehicles and you require a subsidy you are asked to contact the Culture of Life Couple either by e-mail: or by telephone: 306-342-0033.

The Schedule for the Day’s Event is as follows:
  • 12:30 Mass/Ecumenical Service for Life at Christ The King Church.
  • 1 – 3:00 Registration at the Legislature Grounds.
  • 1:30 Walk from Christ The King Parish to Legislature Grounds. (20 min.)
  • 2:00 Celebration Of Life Program.
  • 2:30 Group Picture on the steps of the Legislature Building.
  • 2:45 Witness to Life on Albert Street to Victoria Avenue and return.
  • 4:00 End of Program.
Brother Knights let us, by our active presence and participation at the “March for Life”, truly demonstrate our (Knights of Columbus) commitment in support of Life from conception to natural death!

Vivat Jesus,
Gerald & Bernie Wiegers
Culture of Life Couple


Curling Season 2016 - 2017

The Knights of Columbus wrapped up the 2016-2017 curling season on March 20.

Everyone enjoyed a season of fun, fellowship and even the odd great shot. We will look forward to everyone returing again next year. On the final night we enjoyed our last game, some socializing and a meal prepared for us at the curling rink lounge.

The winners of the events were as follows.
The Kinaschuk team was the winner of the best record throughout the season.
The A event winners were the Reese Kinaschuk team.

Left to right: Reese Kinaschuk, Ryan Nagy, Rejean Houle ( representing the K of C), Eliah Stephaniuk and Jon Nagy.

The B event winners were the Len Chicoine team.
Left to right: Len  Chicoine,  Carmyn  Koberinski, Rejean Houle (representing the K of C) and Gary Colbow. Missing is Alfred Labas.

The C event winners were the Wayne Exner team.

Left to right: Wayne Exner, Kayla Exner, Rejean Houle (representing K of C), Lindy Exner and Ryan Zazuliak

We hope to see you again in the fall.


Family Fun Day

Yorkton Council #2031 and Melville Council #5201
are sponsoring this Family Fun Day of Ice Fishing.

Free Ice Fishing and BBQ at Crooked Lake, Monday Febr. 20th (Family Long Weekend).
Start is at 1:00pm No fishing license required!
Watch for signs.

Coming from Melville Highwy 47 south to Crooked Lake and turnoff at Highwy 247 east to Indian Point. Signs will be posted.
We will have some ice fishing gear available for those participants without  any ice fishing gear. Have fun learning ice fishing techniques. BBQ lunch will be provided at no cost.

To register contact:
  • Brian T. Exner:  306 730 7017
  • Wayne Exner:   306 783 7380
  • Jeff Krasowski: 306 783 5384


59th Bonspiel 2017 in Regina

Dear Brother Knights:

Resurrection Council No. 13214 is pleased to host the 2017 Knights of Columbus State Bonspiel
in Regina on February 18, 19 and 20th.
Schedule of Events:
Saturday – Draws:  9:00 am, 11:30 am, 1:30 pm & 3:45 pm.   
Banquet 6:30 pm at Resurrection Parish ( 3155 Windsor Park Rd.) followed by entertainment
Sunday - Mass 9:00 am at Resurrection Parish. Draws: 12:00 noon, 2:30 pm, 5:00 pm & 7:30
Monday: Draws 10:00 am and l:00 pm. Trophies & prizes will be presented following the last
Team Makeup & Rules
•  Each team must have;
(a) 4 Knights on a team, or
(b) 2 or 3 Knights with the others being a wife or child of one of the Knights, or
(c) 1 Knight with the other 3 players being from his immediate family (eg wife, daughter or son).
•  SCA rules apply unless altered by committee.
•  Games will be 8 ends- ties will be broken by one curler from each team throwing one
rock (sweepers allowed).  Closest to the button wins.

All games will be curled at the Tartan Curling Club located at 1464 Broadway Ave.
Teams will be responsible for their own accommodations and meals. There are a number of
hotels that are reasonably close to both the church and the rink including Chateau Regina 1110
Victoria Ave (306-565-0455 and Holiday Inn 1800 Prince of Wales Drive (306-988-8998).

We hope your stay will be enjoyable and that the curling is a lot of fun - win or lose. If you have
any questions please call me at 306-789-0639 or email rickfolk41-at-

Download the registration form.
Please forward registration forms ASAP.

Rick Folk, Chairman