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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...


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...


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...


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...


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...


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?  ...


Holistic Financial Advice from Experienced Professionals

Holistic Financial Advice from Experienced Professionals

Posted in Community Spotlight / Enterprise

Corinne Kadin is passionate about providing holistic financial advice to her clients. With nine years of experience in the wealth advisory business, she is well equipped to offer them the sound financial advice they need to achieve their life goals. But building strong client relationships is...


Harbour Landing Village: An Intergenerational Community Experience Generations • Community • Life

Harbour Landing Village: An Intergenerational Community Experience Generations • Community • Life

Posted in City Life / Community Spotlight / At Home

Harbour Landing Village is an intergenerational community in southwest Regina. We offer many services and amenities including senior living, childcare, community programming, dining options and a hair salon. The Village brings together innovative programming with independent and supportive...


Arts Congress 2018: Making Art in Dangerous Times

Arts Congress 2018: Making Art in Dangerous Times

Posted in City Life / Explore / Community Spotlight / Enterprise

Saskatoon was host to the Saskatchewan Arts Alliance 2018 Arts Congress this year with artists of every discipline coming together at the University of Saskatchewan’s Gordon Oakes Red Bear Student Centre. The creative minds were joined by advocates, supporters and community leaders, prompting...


Women in White: Elegant Evening Benefits Children’s Wish Foundation

Women in White: Elegant Evening Benefits Children’s Wish Foundation

Posted in City Life / Glamour / Community Spotlight

Some might remember seeing beautiful pictures of the original 1966 Black and White Ball. Held in New York City and hosted by the writer Truman Capote, the ball was made memorable by 540 guests wearing only black or white. Fifty-two years later, on the evening of June 21, the first annual Women...


Author Alice Kuipers: For the Love of Reading & Writing

Author Alice Kuipers: For the Love of Reading & Writing

Posted in Community Spotlight / Enterprise

Born and raised in London, England, author Alice Kuipers has lived in Saskatoon for the past 15 years. Alice is the award-winning author of 10 books and she spent a year as Saskatoon Public Library’s Writer in Residence in 2010. She is also the mother of four children (three boys and one...


Marie Wright, Champion Wheelchair Curler: The Unbelievable Road to Gold

Marie Wright, Champion Wheelchair Curler: The Unbelievable Road to Gold

Posted in Community Spotlight

On August 20, 1988, the world as Marie Wright knew it changed in one single, devastating second. Working on her family farm, Marie was combining that day. Needing to unload into another grain bin, Marie gathered her two young daughters, nephew and niece into the half-ton truck. With...