By David Giles, Global News, July 21, 2017
Severe storms that swept through Saskatchewan on Thursday evening hit hard in a small community south of Saskatoon.
The curling rink in Strongfield, approximately 100 kilometres south of Saskatoon, was destroyed.
It was leveled as high winds blew through the area. The mayor of Strongfield believes it was a plough wind caused the destruction.
Environment Canada said one eyewitness reported a tornado near Loreburn around the same time, but that has not been confirmed.