The newest proposed method of avoiding sexual assault is simply a manicure.
At the frontline of the texting, technology and dating mix is Tinder — a popular mobile app that sets up conversation (and more) between mutually interested users.
Controversy has erupted over the money that Brazil’s government has put into the World Cup, while millions of its citizens lack basic services.
Canada’s Ukrainian Shumka dancers are coming to Saskatoon on March 29 with the Shumka at 50 tour, celebrating more than 50 years of showcasing Ukrainian dance on stage.
Currently on the Persephone main stage in Saskatoon, Equivocation is a gripping play that explores history, politics, morality and the meaning of truth.
Located on Avenue C in Saskatoon’s Riversdale area, The Hollows provides a unique dining experience in an environment where the past meets the present.
Big Brothers Big Sisters provides the Saskatoon community with an experience that is based on friendship — something everyone desires and identifies with.
On March 15 and 16 the University of Saskatchewan’s Music Theatre Ensemble will be putting on a production of The Beggar’s Opera.
Sentiment is a Saskatoon-based organization founded by Michael Robinson and partner Devon Plett in 2010. Through hosting events and the selling of Sentiment’s product – mostly clothing – they are able to fund their initiatives in the city.
Saskatchewan-born comedian Brent Butt is currently on the road with his Almost a Movie Star stand-up tour, which stopped in Saskatoon on March 3. Best known for his TV series Corner Gas, Butt has recently taken a step towards the movies.