The major announcement, which could have some interesting implications on the rest of the leadership race, is the word that Massey Place (Cam's constituency) now has the most NDP members of all the constituencies in the province. I don't believe the exact numbers have come out, I believe it was somewhere in the neighbourhood of 500+, and we'll find out more when the campaigns release some more details on their membership drives.
Cam has also continued to receive numerous endorsements from levels of people involved with the NDP, including one from former SK NDP Director of Organization John Tzupa.
Cam's campaign has also modified one of his grandfather's CCF campaign posters to be a bit more reflective of the current race; LINK It seems the retro themed poster design has caught on, given that Ryan's campaign has also released a poster which has some similar elements (I'm not a graphic designer, but they do strike me as similar...[waits for actual designers to come and shoot down this idea]) LINK. I don't think we need to focus on who put out which poster first, though it has been pointed out by Jason that Ryan's poster was the first one out of the gate.
In addition to all that, Cam has been making the most of highlighting some of the policy planks that he released when he first entered the race. He's been calling the most attention to his plans for stronger democracy in within the party (LINK), and long-term policy decisions in government.(LINK)
That should cover it for the candidate updates for now; and when I find a bit more time, (possibly this weekend) we'll try and get some notes up about the Weyburn and Battleford debates.