Move N Soar is a fitness, dance and aerial arts studio that opened in September 2013 offering a variety of specialized fitness programs. Located in Market Mall, it is also the first Antigravity studio to open in Saskatchewan and the only place that offers Antigravity training in all of Canada.
It’s been an eventful year for Ottawa-based trio A Tribe Called Red. After releasing their latest album Nation II Nation this past May, the band began an international tour that carried over into 2014 which included a stop in Saskatoon on Feb. 19.
Saskatoon city council has decided to install two segregated bike lanes on 4th Avenue and 24th Street in downtown Saskatoon. This positive development will be beneficial to Saskatonians, especially in the midsts of biking season.
Rape culture is not local to any one area and needs to be countered everywhere.
Why everyone has the right to change their own public image - even former Disney stars.
Having a well-balanced perspective on life can help you appreciate your place in society.
With the 100th anniversary of the First World War in 2014, and the tragedy of that time moving further into the past, it's important to reinforce why we must never forget.
Sexism is alive and well in politics. Female politicians are more likely to be discussed in terms of physical appearance and sex appeal than policy, position, or values.
The message of what it means to have today’s ideal female body — visible abs and hardly any body fat — is everywhere.
Strip clubs are set to be the next big business venture in Saskatchewan — but will that industry be out of place here?