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Christalee Froese

About the AuthorChristalee Froese has degrees in Journalism and Political Studies and has been the editor of weekly & daily newspapers. She operates West Words Communications from her home office in Montmartre, Saskatchewan, Canada.

Paint Nites

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Inviting attendees to paint, drink, and socialize at local bars, Paint Nites are exploding in popularity across Saskatchewan. more

Places

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Nothing feels more like summer than a fireworks display on a warm evening. It's a fantastic time for family and friends to gather in towns big and small. more

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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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The foundation of horse breeds in North America, some say, is the Ghost Wind appaloosa. A thriving herd of this beautiful creature is now in Odessa, Saskatchewan. more

History

Wilf Perrault

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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

People

Here's a great summer recipe for a classic! more

Special Features

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A weekend taking a close look at how, what, and why you eat may be just the ticket to get out into the country this summer. more

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The "All Folk'd Up" music festival in Montmartre is about getting musicians and music fans to experiment and have fun. The town goes the extra mile to make visitors feel a part of the family. more

Places

Richard Groulx wanted a musical venue in the small community of Lemberg. So he built one. more

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The small town of Mortlach presented exactly the right architecture and opportunity for Bridie Lunde to create a cafe space. more

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An annual tour through rural Saskatchewan for Christmas shopping and celebration is attracting hundreds of women each year. Small towns on the tour are putting out their best welcome. more

Places

Shooting rifles and old school revolvers from horseback is a new way to have fun in the saddle that is gaining new fans like Saskatchewan's Quam family. more

People

Dale MacKay was the first winner on the hit television series Canada's Top Chef. He has returned to his hometown of Saskatoon to create a restaurant experience that goes back to the roots of good food. more

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George Chopping caught a glimpse of an 1800s heritage house beside the Trans Canada Highway near Whitewood, SK and found a home for his dream—a place to showcase his extensive collection of antiques and other collectibles. more

People

The Cockshutt tractor ruled the prairie when it was broken for agriculture. Its decline is a dramatic tale. more

History

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