5.3 C
Saskatoon
Monday, May 20, 2019
- Advertisement -

Local News

Get Your Pet Spayed or Neutered at Walmart?

Janice Hough, on John Daly getting approval to use a cart next week in the PGA Championship because of his arthritic knee:...
Saskatoon
clear sky
5.3 ° C
6 °
4.4 °
60 %
5.1kmh
5 %
Mon
17 °
Tue
19 °
Wed
22 °
Thu
23 °
Fri
22 °
724FansLike
113FollowersFollow
2,926FollowersFollow

Latest Articles

Privacy Trumps the Public’s Right to Know in Murders

Should police have to name the victim of a homicide? The issue raised its head again a month or so ago, when the Saskatoon Police Service, at the request of the family, didn’t release a murder victim’s name. A couple of...

Gift of an Instant Pot Becomes a Tale of Woe

A year and something ago, the dots (aka the daughters) gifted me with the hottest new North American kitchen trend: an electric pressure cooker — in my case, the Canadian-invented Instant Pot. Right from the moment I pried open the box, I was both...

I’m Even More Scared of Pigeons Than Their Poop

I always had a feeling those pigeons were up to no good. The extent of that not-goodness, however, amazed even me, non-lover of bird flocks.  To say I was traumatized by Alfred Hitchcock’s remarkably horrifying film The Birds would be the understatement of my...

With Organics, City Putting the Cart Before the Horse

One of the most common questions I hear about council and city hall is, “Does anyone there know what they are doing?” And the most frequent response is a head shake and shoulder shrug.   The messaging council and city hall sends to the...

Why is SaskPower Collecting the Carbon Tax from Us?

There’s no doubt that the Saskatchewan government has done a brilliant job of spinning Prime Minister Justin Trudeau’s carbon tax into a monster that doesn’t just live under our beds, but is also about to burn down our houses and eat our cars. And possibly our children.

Friends 2 Follow

- Advertisement -

Upcoming Events

Memory Writers

September to June, 10 a.m. to noon at the Edwards Centre, 333 Fourth Avenue. Share the events and memories of your life in a relaxed and friendly atmosphere. For more information, call Hilda at 306-382-2446.

The MindFULL Café

The MindFULL Café, part of the international Alzheimer Café movement, provides an opportunity for persons with dementia, family, care partners and other interested people to meet in a relaxed social setting. The Café is a two-hour get together with refreshments, entertainment and information. 3 p.m. to 5 p.m. at Sherbrooke Community Centre. For more information, call Robin Kitchen at 306-655-3646.

1 2 3 4

Current Issue

Instagram