After over 60 years of operating independently, the Saskatoon taxi industry now finds itself under the city's regulations.
Through the magic of YouTube, here are six of the seven candidates running for city council in Ward 7. The by-election takes place Wednesday Feb. 9
On Dec. 8, Muslim and Jewish families came together to celebrate the Jewish Festival of Lights. Despite a starkly perceived divide, Aqeel Wahab, a member of the Saskatoon Muslim community, describes the division as artificially intensified by the media; an imposed obstacle that does not need to exist.
The City of Saskatoon hosted a Saskatoon Speaks discussion on campus Nov. 8 asking for student input into the city's visioning process. Unfortunately, no one seemed to know about it””or they didn't care enough to attend.
Slowly, people are waking up to the failed experiment of suburbia and are seeing it for what it really is: a misallocation of resources that is entirely unsustainable.
The citizens of Saskatoon are speaking out for their future. The growing city's visioning process, Saskatoon Speaks, continued last week as residents were invited out to Prairieland Park for a city summit.
Skaters came from all over Saskatoon to Lions Skatepark on Sept. 19, matching kickflip for kickflip and wipeout for wipeout at Steve and Dan's 3rd Annual Big Game of SKATE.
Anna Maria Tremonti, host of The Current on CBC Radio One, records most episodes of her show in Toronto but earlier this week she recorded in Saskatoon, examining the city and province's economic successes.
University of Saskatchewan alumnus Mike Nemeth is on a mission. He launched an online petition in August to reform Saskatoon bylaws and, by doing so, to legalize longboarding all over the city.
Quitting your job, selling your worldly possessions and boarding an RV for five weeks in summer to travel across Canada with your friends is a tempting prospect ”“ and one that the Victoria indie hip-hop group the Pocket Kings have made a reality.