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Some people in Saskatchewan are changing the way that they mark July 1, with the emphasis shifting from an uncritical celebration of Canada to an opportunity for reflection, truth and reconciliation.
The Saskatchewan government says it plans to move some services currently offered at Saskatoon’s Lighthouse Supported Living facility elsewhere.
Steve Seiferling says airlines need to pick up their game after he was trapped on connecting flights for a day and a half while trying to get home to Saskatoon this past weekend.
Inspired by his sense of adventure, Saskatoon’s Mike Diakuw has walked around the city limits eight times.
Saskatoon’ City Council has approved a temporary outdoor space in front of the Wellness Centre on First Avenue N.
Saskatoon homeowners are still grappling with the damage after last week’s massive rainstormflooded properties and roads. However, some flood-prone areas were spared because the city’s newest dry pond worked.
Despite widespread harms against 2SLGBT people by many religions, some people from the community are pursuing faith on their own terms, reconciling with it and redefining what it means to be spiritual.