Urban backyard beekeepers are buzzing to for spring

Photo courtesy of  Yens Pedersen. Participants of an introduction to beekeeping course huddled around a hive fully decked out in white suits, gloves and veils, watching a honey comb extraction. Their instructor, dressed in khaki shorts and a button down shirt, instructed the course with […]

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Pope Francis apologizes to Indigenous delegates for “deplorable” abuse suffered in residential schools

On Apr. 1, Pope Francis apologized to Indigenous delegates for the “deplorable” abuse Indigenous people suffered in residential schools from the Catholic church.  The apology followed a week of meetings with First Nations, Metis, and Inuit delegates who traveled from Canada to the Vatican. Delegates […]

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The future of mass transit is grim on the prairies

The role of public transit in Saskatchewan is important to its citizens, whether it be city or rural, but with the provincial budget and environmental framework plans of cities, it’s not clear how this need will be fulfilled.  In 2018, the Sask party shut down […]

Posted on 4 months ago

Pope Francis apologizes to Indigenous delegates for “deplorable” abuse suffered in residential schools

On Apr. 1, Pope Francis apologized to Indigenous delegates for the “deplorable” abuse Indigenous people suffered in residential schools from the Catholic church.  The apology followed a week of meetings with First Nations, Metis, and Inuit delegates who traveled from Canada to the Vatican. Delegates […]

First Nations University introduces new Indigenous language podcast project

Pîkiskwêwin is an Indigenous language podcast that encourages the revitalization of endangered Indigenous languages. The federally-funded project was initiated by Shannon Avison, a professor in the Indigenous Communication and Fine Arts department at the First Nations University of Canada. Avison wanted to create a project […]

Construction Starts on Regina Humane Society’s New Animal Community Centre

Hardhats, concrete, and construction trailers have revealed that work has begun on the Regina Humane Society’s new 38,000-square-foot multi-use facility. Nearly two years after the initial project announcement, two sources have confirmed that construction on the $20-million facility is in progress. “Our beloved animals deserve […]

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