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“Ancient art” of storytelling revived through local event
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“Ancient art” of storytelling revived through local event

Ashley Kilback has a degree in marketing, but her business expands far beyond a nine-to-five job. Kilback is founder of The Storytellers Club, a local organization that seeks to bring back what it calls “the art of storytelling.” “Storytelling is such an ancient art that’s been around for thousands of years,” said Kilback. “But I...

Plays in multiple languages goal of local theatre group
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Plays in multiple languages goal of local theatre group

Regina theatre-goers can further their horizons by watching performances put on by Lexeme Theatre, a company its founder and artistic director, Ayesha Mohsin, calls Regina’s first multilingual theatre group. Mohsin, whose group performs at the University of Regina, says it started when she noticed a demand for multicultural theatre. “We [didn’t] have any performing arts...

Renewable energy project helps Cowessess aim sky-high
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Renewable energy project helps Cowessess aim sky-high

On the bald prairie just southeast of Regina, hardly anything reaches above the horizon as far as the eye can see save for one major exception: A single wind turbine. Owned by Cowessess First Nation, the 800 kilowatt turbine is a symbol of achievement for the community. With the turbine’s completion in 2013, Cowessess became...

Unique space opens opportunities for business owners
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Unique space opens opportunities for business owners

It’s not your grandfather’s office space. In fact, it’s not your father’s either. Path Cowork, located in the DoubleTree Hotel mall in Regina, is the first collaborative workspace in town. Tables are spread throughout the open-concept area. A kitchen sits off to the side, should a client want a quick snack. Board games and Rubik’s...

Business honours firefighthers
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Business honours firefighthers

Tiffany Schaefer remembers well the afternoon she almost lost her property to a grass fire. The owner of the Happy Hollow Corn Maze in the Lumsden Valley was home with her children on the afternoon of April 26 when she saw the smoke in the distance. “We assumed maybe it was neighbours having a fire,”...