Saskatchewan people are working hard to build a province we can be proud to call home. Together we’ve made great progress.
Sometimes when I ask clients what they’re using on their skin, they say “Nothing.” “Nothing?” I persist. They shrug. “ Water. Soap.” “Soap? Like, from the soap dish?” I’m smiling. On the outside.
Well that almost worked… The arrival of Kerry Joseph for Sunday’s game against Edmonton was one of those things where you think anything could happen, but the likelihood of something good was not what most fans were expecting.
Moving along with my Curry Crusade chronicles and making my valiant attempt at demystifying East Indian Cuisine, I will now try and get all of you acquainted with some of the most commonly used spices.
After starting the year off with a two-game sweep over the Saskatoon Blades, the Prince Albert Raiders have stumbled into a quagmire. They’ve lost all of their last four games and are 1-5 in their last six games.
Childhood is meant to be a happy, carefree time.
The 2014 Saskatchewan Roughriders are a playoff team in freefall following a hilarious 40-9 collapse in Montreal.
If the Prince Albert Raiders want to keep playing games in the Western Hockey League, they’ll need a new building in the not-too-distant future.
A Thanksgiving holiday causes our society to take pause and take stock.
This week, Prime Minister Stephen Harper announced the Conservative Government’s intention to double the Children’s Fitness Tax Credit (CFTC) and make it refundable.