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Tenille Arts

Saskatchewan has more musical talent than you can shake a stick at, especially when it comes to country. more

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Memories in Copper

Megan Hazel

Regina jewellery artist Megan Hazel has crafted wearable art using copper salvaged from the Legislative Building in Regina, creating a connection to the province you can wear near your heart. more

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Christalee Froese

Paradise Fireworks owner and creative director Les Engen lights up the Saskatchewan skies all year long. more

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Boar by Ryan Brook

Ryan Brook

Raising wild boar for profit in Saskatchewan is an enduring lesson in building good fences between neighbours. more

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Charlotte L'Oste-Brown has learned many things while waiting for a new set of lungs but the most important one is that there just are not enough available organs for those who need them. more

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Jordan Nicurity/Island Breeze

The return of bison to Peepeekisis First Nation marked the hope for a new community spirit. The return was based on a covenant—not a contract—and got its inspiration from the warrior culture of Samoa. more

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Christalee Froese

Legally blind, Olympian Jacqueline Rennebohm could not get from point A to point B without Jewel the German Shepherd’s keen senses and sharp focus. more

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Wilf Perrault

Christalee Froese

Wilf Perrault is known for a signature use of paint to capture light. He suggests that it comes more from hard work than from talent. more

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What Dr. Amber Fletcher has heard most frequently from farmers is that when it comes to policies that influence the lives of everyone who lives on the farm, gender matters. more

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Robin Schlaht

Click through to hear Dale Kopas play "The Devil Went Down to Georgia" on the fiddle. His world was made beautiful through his love of music and the woman who brought it back into his life. more

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