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Looking for a Place to Rent in the Fall?

Looking for a Place to Rent in the Fall?

Posted in At Home

While its the fall season now.  Fall is the time for falling leaves and falling temperatures.  Fall is also a time for turning over a new leaf - starting University, starting a new job and yes moving - either to a new city or within the city.  While looking for a place to rent happens...


A guide to the cost of renting in Canada

A guide to the cost of renting in Canada

Posted in At Home

We bomb home buyers and owners with helpful advice and tools but ignore renters. Partly, it’s a money thing. Huge chunks of the economy – lenders, lawyers, retailers and real estate agents – make big bucks from home sales, not renting. In a country with a near 70-percent homeownership rate,...


The Historical Yorkton Court House

The Historical Yorkton Court House

Posted in City Life / Community Spotlight

Yorkton Court House Window Restoration The History of the Yorkton Court House Saskatchewan features some of the most historic courthouses in Canada, including Yorkton Court House. The courthouse was built between 1919-1921 and was declared a Provincial Heritage Property. Yorkton Court...


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

Posted in City Life / Glamour / Editor's Choice

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...


Patch Adams Keynotes Mayor’s Luncheon in Support of The Caring Place

Patch Adams Keynotes Mayor’s Luncheon in Support of The Caring Place

Posted in Wellbeing / Community Spotlight / Editor's Choice

I first saw the movie years ago — and this past spring, I met the man. And meeting and spending time with Patch Adams — with that dazzling blue stripe in his hair and dressed in clown clothing — was indeed a memorable experience. Many will remember the 1998 movie Patch Adams, in which now...


Get Well & Glow with Mango

Get Well & Glow with Mango

Posted in Wellbeing

Nourish yourself from the inside out with delicious get-well beauty foods like mangos. Mangos are high in Vitamin C, which is integral for collagen formation in your skin, wound healing, immune function and fighting off damaging free radicals. You only need one cup of mango to give you 100 per...


Young Entrepreneurs are Making Their Mark

Young Entrepreneurs are Making Their Mark

Posted in Community Spotlight / Enterprise

Energy, enthusiasm, risk taking, youth — these qualities tend to go together. That’s not to say that those of us over age 40 aren’t energic and enthusiastic, but there is something to be said for young entrepreneurs. And, what better place to be an entrepreneur than Saskatchewan?  ...