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Encaustic artist Coming Home with Assiniboia art show

Encaustic artist Coming Home with Assiniboia art show

Kathy Bradshaw excited to share prairie art.
Jamaican Independence celebrated at York Lake

Jamaican Independence celebrated at York Lake

The day was hosted by Jamaican Cultural Events.
Sports This Week: Indigenous artist creates new look for Edmonton Elks

Sports This Week: Indigenous artist creates new look for Edmonton Elks

The logo was ultimately something of a collaborative effort with the Elks working with the artist on some basic ideas.
What's summer without an ice cream sandwich? How to make or assemble one at home

What's summer without an ice cream sandwich? How to make or assemble one at home

You can make these up to a few days ahead of time; let them freeze on a plate and then transfer them to an airtight container until ready to serve.
When ’hopper clouds' filled the skies

When ’hopper clouds' filled the skies

Some stories are so far removed from modern encounters with grasshoppers that it’s hard to believe they are true.
How climate change drives hotter, more frequent heat waves

How climate change drives hotter, more frequent heat waves

Heat waves around the world are happening more frequently and reaching higher temperatures because of climate change.
Prairie Storm Paintball and Battle Creek offer unique and fun adventures

Prairie Storm Paintball and Battle Creek offer unique and fun adventures

Whether you want to get your combat on or play the longest mini-golf course in Canada, plenty of fun to be had.
FSIN calls for arrest of man who allegedly pointed firearm at Indigenous woman

FSIN calls for arrest of man who allegedly pointed firearm at Indigenous woman

'Far too often we hear how racist attitudes from rural Sask. impact our people and put them in danger,': FSIN Chief Bobby Cameron
Hehr announces he is leaving Yorkton Terriers

Hehr announces he is leaving Yorkton Terriers

Hehr joining Northern Alberta X-treme.
Beetles put to work waging war on leafy spurge

Beetles put to work waging war on leafy spurge

Volunteers work with a Nature Conservancy Canada program to collect leafy spurge flea beetles as a natural control option.