The Saskatoon Valkyries were presented with the Western Women’s Canadian Football League championship trophy for the second straight year Saturday after they crushed the visiting Lethbridge Steel 64-21 in the league final at Griffiths Stadium.
In her collection of poetry Where the Terror Lies, Chantel Lavoie explores the disconcerting roots of bedtime stories. Lavoie grew up on a grain farm outside of North Battleford, Sask., and is now an assistant professor in the English department at the Royal Military College in Kingston, Ont. where she lives with her two sons.
Early schematics of the Children’s Hospital of Saskatchewan were unveiled Thursday, giving students and residents of Saskatoon their first look at the $230-million addition to the Royal University Hospital.
Janelle Monáe brought the thunder and lightning down on the Bessborough Gardens last night, and the warm, soulful rain came with it. Here's our review of Sunday's Jazz Fest marathon.
Last night the 26th annual Saskatchewan Jazz Fest launched with a spectacular, blue-skyed evening of music by Wil Campa and Michael Franti. Decidedly non-jazzy, yes, but still exhilaratingly energetic — and the nine day long festival has only just begun.
A woman was sexually assaulted by a male in a campus parking lot early in the afternoon on May 23. According to an email recently sent to all University students and faculty, the suspect approached the woman at around 1:00 p.m. and convinced her to join him in a parking lot just off of Seminary
The Saskatchewan Playwrights Centre is hosting its annual 24-Hour Playwright Competition at the University of Saskatchewan May 25-26. The competition, which is split into an open category and a student category, draws a wide range of competitors. The winner in each category will receive a $500 cash prize and, out of these two plays, one
The architect known for designing the Canadian Museum of Civilization and the Smithsonian’s National Museum of the American Indian was at the University of Saskatchewan May 9 to unveil his official plans for the Gordon Oakes-Red Bear Student Centre. Douglas Cardinal, who is of Blackfoot and Métis heritage, presented not only the site specifications and digital
Over 100 people, including a busload of McGill and Concordia students, were arrested last night in the wake of a protest against the Quebec government's proposed tuition increases. Around 4,000 protesters travelled to Victoriaville, Quebec yesterday for the start of the Quebec Liberal Party’s general council meeting, while in Quebec City, student leaders negotiated with the