You could call it the biggest thing to come to Saskatchewan in 65 million years.
A tyrannosaurus rex standing 16-feet tall and 39-feet long is now standing next to a triceratops on the patio outside of the sunlight room at the Saskatchewan Science Centre. The animatronic creatures are part of the Dinosaurs Unearthed exhibit opening Saturday, May 17.
T-Rex and triceratops outside Science Centre. Andrew Shepherd/CJME
In the midst of volatility not seen in his country for 20 years, Vadym
Prystaiko, Ukrainian ambassador to Canada, took his first trip to
Prystaiko spoke to reporters in Saskatoon ahead of a public event at the Ukrainian Museum of Canada Monday night. He is slated to speak at the Ukrainian Orthodox Hall in Regina on Tuesday night at 7 p.m.
Drivers in Regina have been paying double to park at meters downtown for about the last month, but is that translating into double the revenue for the city?
“We are in the range of about a $40,000 increase year over year,” explained Kelly Scherr, the city’s director of construction and compliance.
“That certainly is not a doubling.”
The two accused in relation to Monday’s fatal crash were on a chronic auto-theft offender list, according to Saskatoon police.
Staff Sergeant Keith Briant with the property crime task force, which started at the beginning of May, said the team is working hard to drive down the number of auto thefts in the city.
“They were on my chronic offender list,” he said of Cheyann Chrystal Peeteetuce, 21, and a 17-year-old girl who cannot be named because of her age.
The push for the provincial government to ban tanning for teens just got one voice louder.
A young woman in Regina is joining the call for government regulation after spending her youth going after a golden glow and even working in a tanning salon.
Jenna Gaube started tanning in grade 11. She says she was jealous of her friends who went tanning in the winter and she was excited when she got some minutes as a gift for Valentine’s Day that year.
An instructor of knife defense classes in Saskatoon is seeing new clients as knives continue to be a weapon of choice.
Brad Hutchinson, CEO of the Academy of Tactical Training Systems in Saskatoon, said recent high profile stabbings in Calgary and Regina have been a topic of conversation at his classes.
He is seeing his client base expand to include more people interested in self defense and now security guards.
A man from Saskatoon says he was slapped with hefty roaming charges despite turning his data off during his latest trip to the U.S.
Lorne Binsfeld and his wife have travelled to Arizona a number of times but received a phone bill for $1,666 for data charges from their latest trip earlier this year.
"Before we leave Saskatchewan we turn off the cellular data, data roaming and enable 3G. We shut those all off," Binsfeld said, adding the condo they rent in Phoenix has free Wi-Fi.
The provincial government is warning people about a company trying to sell stocks without a license.
It’s a neighbourhood tradition that can’t be stopped.
Despite cool temperatures, hundreds of people flocked to the Montgomery Place neighbourhood Saturday for the community-wide garage sale parade.
The annual one-day event dates back more than two decades and has become a staple not only to those in the community, but the entire city.
Saskatoon’s well-known Capitol Theatre sign sits propped atop a bar as a crew busily puts last-minute touches on the city’s newest music joint.
While the Capitol Music Club might be the most recent music venue to open its doors in Saskatoon, it has a lot of old city charm.