Pleasantdale School in Estevan will be on the Rick Mercer Report Tuesday evening.
The school is being rewarded for raising the most money out of any elementary school for Mercer's "Spread the Net" challenge. In all the school raised $5,436.69 for the charity that buys bed nets for children in Africa.
Mercer got the idea after he traveled to Africa with former MP Belinda Stronach, when he there he saw two communities side-by-side, one was doing fairly well...the other not so much.
The rumours are true KISS is coming to the Queen City.
The tour dates are posted on the band's website. www.KISSONLINE.com
The band will be touring through Saskatchewan in July hitting Saskatoon Credit Union Centre on the 14th, and Regina's Evraz Place on the 16th.
Presales for Saskatoon start Tuesday and Regina presales start Wednesday.
General tickets sales for both concerts open up Friday morning.
Edited by CJME's Adriana Christianson
Be careful what you believe this morning, especially online. We put together a collection of a few trending April Fools pranks on the web.
The 101st Grey Cup Festival is offering up an all access party pass.
The organizing committee announced on Wednesday what they're calling the "Team Party Pass."
This pass will get you in the door for every hospitality room at this years Grey Cup in Regina, including Riderville and the Downtown Party Tent for a one time cost of $60.
In previous years, the different venues charged a one time fee for daily admission, this pass will also be good for all three days.
Tuesday night’s episode of Jeopardy had a bit of a Saskatchewan flavour.
Regina legal secretary Christine Muldoon appeared as a contestant on the show.
She gave several correct responses in each round but this one was likely the easiest.
“This word can precede and tumble, neck and riders," Alex Trebek asked.
The NDP says the government spent thousands of dollars trying to justify the end of the Film Employment Tax Credit (FETC) after the decision to do away with it had already been finalized.
The Juno Awards will be bringing more notable performers to Regina and Moose Jaw -- and not just musicians.
"Juno Week" will include seven days worth of concerts and events that will give fans the chance to rub elbows with their favourite rockers. The group putting on the event this year held an announcement Tuesday morning to reveal more information about which musicians will be putting in some time in Saskatchewan.
A group of Saskatchewan musicians are getting $10,000 each through the Rawlco Radio 10K20 project.
The money goes towards recording, mixing and mastering a full length album.
The recipients include:
Deep Dark Woods - Saskatoon
Jay Semko - Saskatoon
Penny Reign - Saskatoon
Megan Lane - Saskatoon
Into Eternity - Regina
Library Voices - Regina
Skillaboo - Regina
Andino Suns - Regina
The Fifths - North Battleford
Sandon - Estevan
In the last three years, over 500 applications have been sent in for the project.
Saskatoon City Council has approved about $9.7 million for the new Remai Art Gallery of Saskatchewan in Saskatoon. With the funding in place, shovels are expected to hit the dirt in the coming weeks.
The new gallery will replace the Mendel Art Gallery when it opens in 2015.
Many were disappointed to hear about the demise of the Mendel. Some wanted to see it renovated instead of having millions spent on the new gallery. It's just one of the many reasons why the cost overruns are a touchy subject.
The 2013 Junos are almost a month away, and the Canadian Academy of Recording Arts and Sciences (CARAS) will be revealing a few more details about the show Tuesday morning.
The Canadian-music awards will be handed out Sunday, April 21 at the Brandt Centre. The new conference will roll out the lineup of events leading up to the show, as well as announce more performers who will take the stage.