The future of a Saskatoon British specialty shop is in limbo after several of its most popular foods were deemed illegal and pulled from the shelves.
Brit Foods owner Tony Badger said he’s sold products like Irn-Bru, Marmite and Ovaltine in his three stores since 1997, but according to the Canadian Food Inspection Agency (CFIA) some of their ingredients are illegal in Canada.
When you go to renew your license plate you might notice that SGI suddenly seems to be taking a greater interest in your travel plans, asking more specific questions about how you will use your vehicle outside the province.
The Wheels of Dreams Snakebit truck will return to Saskatchewan after it fetched a pretty penny on the auction block.
The custom ride brought in $450,000 at the Barrett-Jackson Car Auction in Scottsdale, Ariz on Friday with the winning bid coming from a Prince Albert businessman. Gordie Broda, president of the Broda Group of Companies, had the highest bid when the gavel crashed down, meaning the car will return home following its three-year journey from concept to auction.
“We’re ecstatic,” Wheels of Dreams’ Vaughn Wyant said.
Starting on Wednesday travellers flying WestJet will no longer have to back-track through Calgary to get between Regina and Winnipeg.
Ferio Pugliese is the President of WestJet Encore and was at the Regina International Airport to celebrate the official launch of twice daily flights between the two prairie cities. He explained that the route using larger planes was cancelled five years ago because it wasn’t considered economical. But they are bringing it back thanks to a new fleet of smaller airplanes called the Bombardier Q400.
Wireless service in Canada is expected to take a big step forward as those in the telecommunications industry prepare to bid in Tuesday’s wireless spectrum auction, and that could have a major impact on anyone who uses a cell phone or tablet.
Sixteen thousand people are expected to come through the gates at Prairieland Park for this week's Western Canadian Crop Production Show.
Agriculture Manager Lori Cates said every square inch of floor space is spoken for with a total of 336 companies using more than 1,000 trade show booths.
The show annually draws farmers from the three Prairie Provinces and companies from across North America. Twenty U.S. companies will be at this year's show.
Saskatoon residents might have trouble accessing the city's website Sunday night.
Saskatoon.ca will undergo maintenance beginning at 10:30 p.m.
During maintenance, the website’s online service applications for parking ticket payments, meter reads, Leisure Online and email will be unavailable.
The service disruption is expected to last approximately 30 minutes.
However, the city warns further interruptions may occur through midnight until the maintenance work is complete.
It appears the old lesson to ‘turn the lights off when you leave the room,’ isn’t a lesson lived by SaskPower. On any given night and weekend, nearly all of the lights at the head office on Victoria Avenue downtown Regina are left on.
"I'm sitting in my office right now and I don't have a light switch,” said Heather Johnson, spokesperson for SaskPower.
The 12-storey building is about 50 years old. Johnson says the lighting system is in need of an upgrade.
The sight of thousands of travellers stranded across Canada at airports has been commonplace lately, as a variety of causes have forced numerous delays.
During all their spare time waiting, those grounded might be wondering if travel insurance would compensate them for lost vacation time and other costs associated with being delayed. It could, under the right circumstances.
Weather conditions have caused a lot of extra hassle for air travel across the U.S. and Canada.
Pearson International Airport in Toronto stopped all arriving North American flights for more than eight hours on Tuesday stranding thousands of frustrated passengers and causing delays that could last days.
More than half of 774 arriving flights had been cancelled, along with 381 of all departures. Weary travellers slept on seats or trudged forward in hours-long lines to rebook their cancelled or missed flights.