Roller derby faded from the public view after the height of its popularity in the 1970’s but, since its grassroots all-female revival in 2001, roller derby leagues have sprung up all across the globe — including Saskatoon.
World Rivers Day Festival 2013, which takes over Frienship Park on Sept. 29, is looking to show everyone just how the river is to Saskatoon.
Saskatoon is one of the fastest growing cities in Canada and it is full of exciting things to do if people are willing to go out and find them.
For some, it’s truly a case of life or death.
With hopefully only a short while until Saskatoon’s newest bridge opens, the city is buzzing with name suggestions for it.
All three mayoral candidates running in the Oct. 24 civic election have confirmed they will be taking part in the question and debate forum Oct. 18.
People in Saskatchewan have every reason to unite on Dec. 1 for World AIDS Day. According to the Saskatchewan Ministry of Health, the HIV rate in Saskatchewan is twice the national average. In the rest of Canada, approximately nine out of every 100,000 people have been infected with HIV, compared to approximately twenty-one out of every
When you graduate high school in Saskatoon, you make a big decision: leave this hick town, or sink deeper into a cold, comfortable rut. Turns out there are a million reasons to stay here. And no, The Sheepdogs are not one of them. Beautiful scenery, crazy weather and small-town quaintness are fantastic, assuming you can
Curling is one of those rare sports that strikes the perfect balance between exercise and standing around shooting the shit.
Dan Hicks ”” better known as Sailor Dan ”” is well-known throughout the city for his infamous sailboat drawing that sells for $40 a sketch. He was born and raised in Saskatoon and has no intentions of ever leaving the city.