A northern Saskatchewan community is the latest to partner with The Regina Cultural Exchange Society as part of its musician and residency program. Thanks to donations of various instruments, elementary and high school students in Stanley Mission, a First Nations community roughly 80 kilometres northeast […]
The Saskatchewan Health Authority has an upgrade planned for its harm reduction program, which is intended to prevent addicts who inhale drugs from contracting dangerous diseases. Officials with the health region said they are working to provide safer inhalation supplies through community-based organizations and Saskatchewan’s […]
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 […]
Alsask Bus Service recently shut down its operations, ending intercity service between Saskatoon and Calgary, and leaving residents of towns and villages along Highway 7 in west central Saskatchewan with no bus service to their communities.
With Saskatchewan’s rules surrounding legalized marijuana layed out, and the summer fast approaching, residents across the province will soon have the opportunity to light up without losing their freedom. But what about losing their home?
Last week, the Saskatchewan Prairie Conservation Action Plan delivered a series of webinars to local ranchers to show them how they can save native prairie and make money too.
Saskatchewan cereal farmers are hoping a crop infection that’s troubled the province for years will not return this year.
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 […]
Despite slow commutes and other winter frustrations, the 10 to 30 cm snowfall at the beginning of the month could contribute to a better growing season for local farmers and greenhouses.
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.