A chef has been chosen to represent Regina at the national Gold Medal Plates competition in Kelowna this February.
Crave Kitchen and Wine Bar’s executive chef took home first place at the regional competition Friday.
Cowboys and cowgirls will be heading to the Credit Union Centre Sunday night to hear the Dixie Chicks play.
Although there are still a few tickets left, there won't be any wide open spaces at the show. CUC expects a huge turnout of over 9,000 people to watch the well known country musicians play their classics and new hits.
To help alleviate traffic head to the venue early. The doors open at 7 p.m. and the show starts at 8 p.m.
The CUC also suggested that people should car pool or take the bus.
A new reality show debuting Friday night will give a glimpse into the very busy lives of two Regina brothers who are living on top of the snow-dusted world.
McMorris & McMorris is an MTV Canada show that follows brothers Mark and Craig as they compete in the snowboarding world, but it doesn't stop there. Click here to watch the trailer for the show.
"It's 10 per cent snowboarding and 90 per cent, I guess, craziness," said Craig McMorris a few days before the show's television premiere.
Halloween is usually viewed as a day for kids to dress up and collect candy, but there is some fun to be had for parents who spend hours preparing their yards for the onslaught of ghouls and goblins who will be visiting on October 31st.
“To be honest, I love Halloween. I do it for my kids and I do it for myself,” said Tim Van Duyvendyk. “I love the reactions of the trick or treaters that come by.”
They are hundreds of thousands of dollars short of where they need to be at this point, and the Remai Art Gallery is asking the City of Saskatoon for help.
The gallery plans to ask city council for a $901,520 advance on Monday.
Back when the tender for the project was extended to the contractor EllisDon, some key components such as a multi-purpose room and a space for traveling exhibits were temporarily dropped or left out so the project would stay within budget.
Visits and revenue from provincial parks are rising in Saskatchewan.
The government says park visits increased more than three per cent in 2013, reaching a total of 3.7 million visitors. That's an increase of more than 21 per cent since the Saskatchewan Party took over government in 2007. The $44 million spent on improvements in the last five years, including an extensive electrification campaign to power up camp sites, and the creation of a brand-new provincial park, the first in 20 years, likely helped.
The Saskatchewan Jazz Fest is getting a boost in funding from the federal government.
The festival is received $80,000 Wednesday through the Canada Arts Presentation Fund of the Department of Canadian Heritage.
“This program gives Canadians increased access to the variety and richness of Canada's culture through professional arts festivals, presentations of live professional performances, and other artistic experiences,” said the news release.
After seeing success through its online certification program, the Saskatchewan Snowmobile Association (SSA) will now be offering an in-class option as well.
Just a year ago, the SSA started offering online safety training for young riders who need a certificate to ride. It was a big hit according to SSA President Chris Brewer.
But at the same time, the Saskatchewan Safety Council was looking to provide more options to its snowmobiling customers and was considering an online program.
Saskatoon can look forward to seven temporary works of art sprinkled across the city.
“We have seven temporary pieces coming to Saskatoon, two from the area and the others from different cities,” Kevin Kitchen, community initiatives manager said.
“Some of them are only up for two months up to three years. We’re pleased to know that artists from all over Canada want to be seen and have their art displayed in Saskatoon.”
For months, camera crews invaded Tequila Nightclub in Saskatoon and on Wednesday night the drama was unleashed.
"We think it's a pretty rowdy show," said Tony Hrynchuk, director and producer of Nightclub Confidential, which premiered on City TV Saskatchewan.
The six-part documentary series follows the club's owners as they navigate through the highs and lows to make Tequila a success.
"A lot of things happened when we were filming it. We were like, 'Oh my goodness, I'm so glad we're filming this. This is crazy,'” said Hrynchuk.