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Time to 'Cozy up and Colour'

Time to 'Cozy up and Colour'

Submission deadline Jan. 27, 2022
International festival hoping to inspire local film makers

International festival hoping to inspire local film makers

A Film Employment Tax Credit was offered in Saskatchewan a few years ago.
Near miss landing on a gravel road among tales shared

Near miss landing on a gravel road among tales shared

SaskBooks: Author promises more volumes in the series
Yorkton school choir chosen for Telemiracle

Yorkton school choir chosen for Telemiracle

Will perform 'Cover Me With Sunshine’
Organizers hoping for in-person filmfest next year

Organizers hoping for in-person filmfest next year

All 21 films selected as official entries can be screened online.
Jennifer Haas set to perform at Telemiracle

Jennifer Haas set to perform at Telemiracle

Telemiracle 46, taking place March 5 and 6, 2022,
Band takes to Anne Portnuff stage for seasonal show

Band takes to Anne Portnuff stage for seasonal show

Directed by Larry Pearen
Comedian hopes to make hometown laugh

Comedian hopes to make hometown laugh

Jarvis Zawatsky returns to Saltcoats for shows
Author disputes coroner's conclusion in death of Kenton Carnegie

Author disputes coroner's conclusion in death of Kenton Carnegie

SaskBooks: Author shares lessons in sharing the planet
Storyteller-in-residence has Cree, Dene and Métis roots

Storyteller-in-residence has Cree, Dene and Métis roots

SASKATOON – Acclaimed poet and community-based educator Zoey Roy has been selected as the next Indigenous storyteller-in-residence for an eight-week residency with the University Library at the University of Saskatchewan beginning in December.