Only a few short months after opening its doors to local skateboarders, Saskatoon’s newest indoor skate park is facing a crisis that may see it shut down for good.
University of Saskatchewan President Ilene Busch-Vishniac confirmed ground will break on the Gordon Oakes-Red Bear Student Centre once spring arrives, despite the first round of construction bids for the $15-million project coming in over budget.
Every time I go online, it’s not long before I’m lured away from whatever I’m looking for by the siren call of the the Internet’s more frenetic side. You know the sites. Facebook, Twitter, Reddit, Pinterest — the usual suspects. They rear their heads anytime you’re trying to actually get things done.
No one ever told Jeff Todd he was too old for Lego. Good thing, too, because Todd, an actor who grew up in Saskatoon, recently landed a role on the new Cartoon Network series Legends of Chima.
It may sound cliché to say that Chris Gilbert was destined to play volleyball, but the old saying rings surprisingly true for this fifth-year Huskie setter.
Saskatoon’s landscape won’t be so flat this week— at least not when it comes to culture. The Banff Mountain Film Festival’s world tour will be rolling through the city Jan. 14.