Summer 2012

We look at Saskatoon's Shercom Industries, one business that recycles the millions of tires that get used in Saskatchewan. more


The University of Saskatchewan is known for producing some great fruit cultivars, though recently some students have turned their attention to flashy ornamentals. more


So entrancing are the habits of the raven—not least of which are its diverse calls—that researchers (and photographers) love to spend time with them. more

Our Stories

Many people have great recollections of Manitou. The rising lake has erased the beach but memories endure. more


Comparatively, Saskatchewan people do not consume a lot of lentils, but as of 2010 Saskatchewan farmers grew more than half of those consumed worldwide. more

Food & Creativity

Photos in Mike Grandmaison's new book communicate the vision of an extraordinary photographer and the grand theme of our time: our natural inheritance in context. more


Saskatchewan’s broad range of learning environments promise solutions to our most pressing issues—ecological integrity and social justice to name the obvious ones. What we need is time. more


Jordan Nicurity takes a look at how the delivery of medical care is being done now as part of our country's promise to care for Saskatchewan's far north residents. more

Our Stories

Ashleigh Mattern takes a look at the co-op and the influence it continues to have here on the prairie. more


Sandy Bay Ready To Work Group, April 2012

Lionel Hughes

Claudia Baptiste is a graduate of the Ready to Work program we told you about in our Summer 2012 issue. For her, the work the Saskatchewan Tourism Education Council (STEC) does is about releasing people's potential. more


This inventive theatre company uses the outdoors and live horses as props in their re-enactments of Saskatchewan history. more

History 5 Comments

Editor Lionel Hughes spends two days at Dog Tale Ranch east of Young, SK, learning how to shear sheep under the direction of professional shearer Lorrie Reed. more


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