Today in the Saskatchewan Legislature, our government passed a motion recognizing the Energy East Pipeline as good for all parts of Canada, from Saskatchewan and Alberta, to Ontario, Quebec and beyond.
There are so many amazing places to visit in Asia; it will be difficult to pick one destination.
A year ago today, November 24th, Saskatchewan was preparing for what many of us in the 1980s thought would be a pipe dream; the Riders at home for a Grey Cup game.
Weeks ago, my Grade 12 son was at a career fair and asked one presenter about the Funeral Service program offered by the institute. He said he got a blank look from the representative who said, “Oh. I’m not sure.
From Pre-K to post-secondary, our government is committed to supporting families in planning every stage of their child’s education.
I don’t know what stage of grief you are at as a Rider fan, but I think I’m at acceptance.
“Deck the halls with bows of holly, Spa La La La Laaaaa, Results has moved!” Yes, just in time for Christmas shopping season, Results has moved into The Healing Garden Spa on Central Avenue in downtown Prince Albert.
While watching TV Joe (not his real name) suddenly begins to have an excruciating pain in his chest. He turns to his wife of 23 years and says, “Martha (also not her real name) I think I’m having …” and his voice trails off.
It’s that time of year again when report cards are being prepared and parents learn about their children’s achievements in the first three months of the academic year.
According to the latest figures from Statistics Canada, Saskatchewan’s strong economy produced our country’s fastest rate of employment growth (19,700 more jobs) and lowest rate of unemployment (3.5%) in the past year.