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New film from past Yorkton Film Festival participant

New film from past Yorkton Film Festival participant

'Brotherhood' a harrowing tale of survival
Indigenous musicians remain positive despite pandemic

Indigenous musicians remain positive despite pandemic

Falynn Baptiste and Yvonne St. Germain kept things in perspective despite the pandemic
RIFFA: Sask. film follows three teens navigating rodeo circuit, coming-of-age story

RIFFA: Sask. film follows three teens navigating rodeo circuit, coming-of-age story

A new documentary from Sask. filmmaker Kristin Catherwood explores the complexity of teens competing in the rodeo circuit in a big transitional period of their lives.
Energetic crowd greets SJO

Energetic crowd greets SJO

Saskatoon Jazz Orchestra's lively take on Stevie Wonder's music fired up the crowd.
'Gaia Symphony' connects art to our world

'Gaia Symphony' connects art to our world

Event in Saltcoats will include art, music and yoga
Local artist creates mural at public library

Local artist creates mural at public library

Mya Lauer says murals are becoming a favourite outlet for her art.
POWERBOXES at Godfrey Dean Gallery through August

POWERBOXES at Godfrey Dean Gallery through August

Show uses walls as canvases for art pieces.
Award-winning Saskatoon author offers up a detective story

Award-winning Saskatoon author offers up a detective story

SaskBooks: Delve into the life of DD, a Ukrainian detective based in Saskatoon
Severight wants to help community

Severight wants to help community

Kylie Severight is hoping to do her share in helping residential school survivors move forward and heal the wounds of the past.
July 27 COVID-19 update: Change of cause removes one death from total, now 578

July 27 COVID-19 update: Change of cause removes one death from total, now 578

Vaccines Reported An additional 1,933 doses of COVID-19 vaccine have been given in Saskatchewan, bringing the total number of vaccines administered in the province to 1,390,263.