The Government of Saskatchewan is providing a $3000 tax credit for volunteer firefighters, and volunteer first responders, starting in the 2020 tax year. The tax credit will only be available to those who have 200 hours, or more, of volunteer work. But according to Doug […]
A new non-profit catering business in Regina is doing more than just preparing finger sandwiches and vegetable platters for business meetings. It is also preparing people with cognitive disabilities to join the workforce. In 2015, Gwen Herman and Emily Tarr started Munch Catering with a […]
To most, the whipping and clashing of two steel blades is known only in movies like Pirates of The Caribbean. But for Regina native Philip Pitura, these sounds have become a part of everyday life. What started as living room duels using empty wrapping paper […]
Kellie Garrett is one of the five speakers who will be sharing their talks at Regina Public Library’s TEDx event on Thursday, March 22. The talks will be directed to an audience of over 100 people, who will be attending the event, followed by the […]
It’s only been a short time since the EdTechTeam’s Google for Education summit in Saskatoon, and deputy director of Horizon School Division, Randy MacLEAN, is already thinking of trying to bring an EdTechTeam summit back to Saskatchewan next year. “We’re looking at what it could […]
Prairie Valley School Division released its new strategic plan for 2017-2020, last month, and with it comes some new targets for the teachers within the division.
Olivia Obey is excited to start growing her own food this spring in Fort Qu’Appelle’s new community garden. “For one thing it could feed a lot of people that need special foods that they can’t get because they can’t afford it,” said Obey. “So it means […]