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Lionel Hughes

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Barbara Woodley / Labatt Breweries Canada / Library and Archives Canada

Saskatchwewan politicians have always been dynamic and relevant to the national scene. Five milestones highlight our influence. more

People

Olympian Ethel Catherwood

Provincial Archives of Saskatchewan R-A28518

Saskatchewan has contributed to Canada’s Olympic teams since the inter-war years. We’ve picked five notables among the dozens who have competed over the decades. more

People

Windmill

Sandwich / Flickr

The argument for renewable energy sources over non-renewable seems clear. But even advocates of new technology point to new complications. more

Nature

Consider the Sunflowers

Elma Schemenauer

Rural women enjoyed many of the benefits from modernization but increased urbanization created new complications. Author Elma Schemenauer has explored the new realities facing women like her mother in her fictional book, Consider the Sunflowers. more

Sask Books 1 Comments

Doukhobors

Glenbow Archives NA-2878-15

The role of women in Doukhobor settlement was significant and it is little wonder they left such a deep impression on succeeding generations. more

History

Cafe Terra

Lionel Hughes

At ultra-local Café Terra in Eastend, Stephen Girard and Shon Profit want to put people in touch with their food. more

Food & Creativity 3 Comments

Prairie Mother

Courtesy Elma Schemenauer

The first generation of European women on the prairie provided the foundation for family and community life that made settlement a viable enterprise. more

History

Gus Kenderdine Lagoon at Emma Lake

Gus Kenderdine

Our land is always with us. But in the midst of Saskatchewan’s natural power and beauty, how can we possibly keep track of the changes taking place around us, much less, understand what they mean? Art and a bit of history help. more

Nature

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

People

Jen by the Fire

Broken Arrow Youth Ranch

For the staff and volunteers at Broken Arrow Youth Ranch near Wood Mountain, restoring young lives depends on restoring one critical thing: family. more

Special Features

Star Gazing Southern Prairie Railway

Southern Prairie Railway, Ogema, SK

A tour on the Southern Prairie Railway takes you on a rolling stage where your imagination can play in the old west. more

Special Features

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Lionel Hughes

"The creation of something new is not accomplished by the intellect but by the play instinct acting from inner necessity. The creative mind plays with the objects it loves" -Carl Jung, psychologist more

Places

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Lionel Hughes

Ranch Ehrlo Society is marking its 50th anniversary as an agent of social restoration for vulnerable youth in Saskatchewan and across Canada. more

Places 1 Comments

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Christalee Froese

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

People

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Lionel Hughes

In the heart of Regina sits a medieval castle. Its resident and builder waits by the door, inviting visitors onto the elaborate stage he has created. more

Places

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

People

Saskatchewan people writing their memoirs might remember Penny Powers and the recipe books produced by the Saskatchewan Power Corporation in her name. more

History

The Quill Lakes, Last Mountain Lake, and the Qu’Appelle Lakes are the heart of south central Saskatchewan’s water resource. They are also the heart of an emerging crisis in water management. more

Nature

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Lionel Hughes

The Annual Rosetown Harvest Family Festival in October is a grand display of icons from the area’s settlement past. But there is something very interesting buzzing beneath all that. Maybe it starts with the tandoori chicken and the Chinese dumpling. more

Places

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

People

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