A $250,000 investment to advance northern educational programs and initiatives was announced Nov. 12.
Last year, Chic Gamine became a Juno award-winning band. While they couldn't attend the ceremony because they were on tour, they ended up celebrating in a log cabin in Montana. Dirks says it's a great accomplishment for a band that had only been together for two years at the time.
Saskatchewan is a hotbed of scientific discovery and the new TV show MindField aims to illustrate some of the most interesting stories from the province.
The proposal for a white water park and hydropower station on the weir is stirring controversy in Saskatoon. By the end of the year, City Council will decide wether to spend $2 to $4 million on a feasibility study and environmental impact statement, but some residents argue that there needs to be more information available before the city moves ahead.
Groups across the city cannot fundraise with beer nights anymore, thanks to a crackdown on the practice by the Saskatchewan Liquor and Gaming Authority.
Scientific research can be thankless work, but thanks to Swedish chemist Alfred Nobel, a handful of those individuals who manage to change the world get deserved recognition every year.
My boyfriend and I watch a lot of movies and TV and for $8 a month, we can now stream as much as we want of anything from the Netflix library instantly using our PlayStation.
When I heard that Persephone Theatre was performing Great Expectations, I had to see it. The characters and scenes in the book are incredibly vivid to me and there are few things more exciting than seeing your favourite characters come to life.
The University of Saskatchewan has been in the Canadian spotlight recently for research into a potential multiple sclerosis treatment.
Building sandcastles sounds like an activity that should forever remain in the hands of children, but the World Championship of Sand Sculpting in Federal Way, Wash., proves otherwise.