SaskTel customers will be able to get their hands on the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus starting Friday.
Sasktel announced their retail stores and selected authorized dealers will be available on September 19.
The two new apple models feature 4.7-inch and 5.5-inch Retina HD displays and a thin design.
The 16 GB iPhone 6 will be available starting at $264.99 with the 16 GB iPhone 6 Plus starting at $374.99. Both prices require a two-year contract.
When Scout Tex Hall owner Sierra McCann opened her Tex Mex food truck in Saskatoon last spring, she worried about tough competition and aggressive vendors.
"When I started that was my big concern; that we would be competing against one another, and Saskatoon is so small we can't hide in Stonebridge and at the University, we have to work together," McCann said.
Erika Rybinski was inspired to write a song after hearing about the death of actor and comedian Robin Williams.
The song, “Robin, You’re Free,” was not only written as a tribute to one of her favourite actors, but to mental health awareness as well.
Despite ranking among the top 10 most expensive Canadian cities to live in, Saskatoon's housing market continues to accommodate the yearly influx of university and college students.
"Because our city, for many years, has been so geared towards that (student) market, it's like it's ready for it," Saskatoon Region Association of Realtors executive officer Jason Yochim said.
While some may question the City of Saskatoon’s move to purchase 20-year-old buses, there’s a rare breed of tourists salivating over the city’s acquisition.
“Unlike most tourists I don’t go to a place to go check out the sights; I’m a think-outside-the-box kind of guy," Elton McFall, 38, from Montreal said. "I’m just amused to be in a place and watch the kind of traffic. I came to Saskatoon to check all that out and I was aware that because of the dry climate, vehicles don’t rust so there are a lot of old buses.”
Drivers who commute along Ring Road in north Regina are getting frustrated waiting for trains during rush hour.
Trent Oppeboen was among the long line of drivers stuck in a traffic jam for 15 minutes between Albert Street and Park Street Friday morning.
“Then when I got to Park Street, there was another train but (it) was just pulling ahead and backing up again,” he said. Oppeboen said the issue happens all too often during rush hour.
“Oh I’d have to say five to eight times a month,” he said.
SARCAN is shedding more light on what glass recycling is like in Regina.
There was an uproar in Regina this week when it was revealed that the majority of glass residents put into their curbside recycling bins doesn't get recycled but ends up at the dump. SARCAN used to recycle the intact non-refundable glass for Emterra, the company contracted to sort Regina's recyclables .
Kevin Acton, director of operations for SARCAN recycling, explained that though they don't advertise it, they will take non-refundable items.
The Town of LeRoy will have to make do without a hockey rink for a second consecutive winter.
A fire destroyed the building in May 2013 and Mayor Brian Thoen said the community has been working towards rebuilding ever since.
The Raise the Roof project has raised about $400,000 through community dances, corporate sponsors and a successful auction.
It was a long night at the negation table, between union representatives and the Cameco Corp.
However, president Phil Morin with United Steelworkers Local 8914 in Key Lake and McArthur, said they have reached a tentative deal.
Morin said unionized workers stopped picketing this morning.
No details on the agreement have been released. Cameco has not provided a comment yet.
Workers have been off of the job since late August. After they had voted to strike, Cameco shut down operations at both sites.
On a chilly September morning, Isabelle Wenc has the track to herself as she speeds around on a horse named Toast 'n' Tea with only the horse's hooves pounding on the soft dirt breaking the silence.
The calm surrounding this warm-up will disappear when Wenc loads into the starting gate Friday and Saturday night.
"In the gate is probably the most nerve-racking part and then the race feels like it's five seconds," she said.
At only 19 years old, Wenc is the youngest jockey at Marquis Downs in Saskatoon and the only woman.