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For Movie Lovers — Landmark Cinemas at Brighton Marketplace

For Movie Lovers — Landmark Cinemas at Brighton Marketplace

Posted in City Life / Community Spotlight / Enterprise

There’s a new movie theatre complex in town and its great offerings are raising a lot of eyebrows. On June 1, Landmark Cinemas opened in the new development of Brighton with seven screens, 780 motorized, fully reclining seats with extended footrests, and free parking. Landmark Cinemas is...


BPW’s “Accessory to a Change” Event Supports Women in Education

BPW’s “Accessory to a Change” Event Supports Women in Education

Posted in Community Spotlight / Enterprise

This year the Business and Professional Women of Saskatoon (BPW) hosted another whirlwind “Accessory to a Change” event at the Sheraton Cavalier on June 7. Raising money for their Educational Bursary Program, BPW supports mature and Indigenous women in our community by offering them...


Preventing Aging with Exercise

Preventing Aging with Exercise

Posted in Wellbeing

Advice about “the best” exercise is confusing. That is because the goal establishes the type of exercise recommended. A survey from 2013 showed that only 50 per cent of adults considered themselves “active.” In 2017, the obesity rate (those with BMI’s above 30) in Saskatchewan is a shocking...


Work Zones Replace the Kitchen Triangle: A Kitchen Story

Work Zones Replace the Kitchen Triangle: A Kitchen Story

Posted in At Home

My client moved into their 1980s home more than 10 years ago, and hired us to make décor changes to their living room and bathroom. The kitchen was left untouched. The large space takes up a quarter of the home’s main floor and includes an eat-in dining area. It features tall ceilings,...


Where the Green Grass Grows

Where the Green Grass Grows

Posted in At Home

It’s that time of year when we all become a little obsessed about our lawns. This also happens to be the time I start getting thousands of questions about grass. I think it’s about time to put all my knowledge out there so you can grow the best turf possible for your home. The grass in our...


Let Go of Fear & Guilt… and Say “No”

Let Go of Fear & Guilt… and Say “No”

Posted in Wellbeing

Do you have a difficult time saying “no” to family and friends? By saying “yes” to everyone, you are recklessly giving away all your valuable energy. It could be that you are motivated by a genuine desire to help, but it could also be that you are acting out of response to a series of fears or...


Are You Getting Value from Your Investment in Learning and Development?

Are You Getting Value from Your Investment in Learning and Development?

Posted in Enterprise

Recently a business leader expressed his frustration to me about his company’s inability to apply and sustain learning and development received by their employees. “It drives me crazy! I send people away to training programs, but when they get back I don’t see them applying what they’ve...


East Coast Tradition Meets the Prairies in Support of U of R Students

East Coast Tradition Meets the Prairies in Support of U of R Students

Posted in Indulge / Community Spotlight

This year marked the fourth anniversary of the University of Regina’s signature fundraiser — the Prairie Kitchen Party. Drawing on their east coast roots, University of Regina president and vice-chancellor, Dr. Vianne Timmons and partner Stuart Mason, conceptualized the event. “We want the...


Patio Season

Patio Season

Posted in Indulge

Patio season is upon us.  As the days grow hotter, we are called to the great outdoors and there’s no better way to answer that call than to enjoy a chilled beverage on the deck. The new trend sweeping the nation is to keep things close to home by enjoying an evening in the backyard with...


Saskatchewan Fashion Week 2018: Unleashing Art & Creativity

Saskatchewan Fashion Week 2018: Unleashing Art & Creativity

After 10 months of planning by volunteers, young professionals and entrepreneurs, art came unleashed at the seventh annual Saskatchewan Fashion Week 2018 (SFW) from May 10 to 12 at The Soundstage in Regina. It was the debut of a colourful reinvented show with artist collaborations, solo...


Regina Farmers’ Market Supporting Local for 44 Years!

Regina Farmers’ Market Supporting Local for 44 Years!

Posted in City Life / Wellbeing / Glamour / Community Spotlight

There is something magical about getting the family together on a Saturday morning and heading downtown to the farmers’ market. It’s so much more than purchasing heirloom tomatoes and fresh bread; it’s the atmosphere, the energy and, most importantly, the people. Regina Farmers' Market (RFM) has...


Elevating Your Beauty — With Gregory Arlt

Elevating Your Beauty — With Gregory Arlt

Posted in Wellbeing / Glamour / Enterprise

I am thrilled to share an exciting beauty event that is coming to Regina this summer — and we are very proud to be hosting it at Sara Lindsay The Makeup Store! Global producer of beauty education, Erica Carr is bringing an incredible event to our city. This workshop is for anyone who wishes...