Stories and pints of beer were shared at the Nutana Legion in Saskatoon ahead of Remembrance Day.
"I joined up in 1940 and was over in England," said Sgt. Stan Dunville, from his spot at the end of a long crowded table.
The event was designed to bring veterans from different generations together to reminisce and celebrate those still living.
Skin cancer is on the rise in our province, but will it lead to the government taking a stand against teens using tanning beds?
Several provinces have taken measures to limit the use for people under the age of 16, but it doesn't look like that will happen here.
In BC, Manitoba and Ontario measures like getting parental permission and fines for salons allowing teens to use the beds have been introduced.
Saskatchewan Health Minister Dustin Duncan is certainly taking a closer look at such measures.
The next time you take out cash you may do a double take because plastic bills will become more common as banks roll out the new twenties Wednesday.
The new fifty and hundred dollar bills have been out for a while and people are still getting used to them.
“They feel a little weird but it’s just something you have to get used to I think,” one man commented.
The University of Saskatchewan is hoping to cash in on some land it owns around the city.
The U of S plans to lease out nearly 1,000 acres of land to developers currently vacant or used as agricultural research land.
"They are lands that we're looking at leasing long-term, so that the university has a steady funding source," said Greg Fowler, acting vice president of finance and resources.
He said the plan, known as Vision 2057, will develop two sections of land - one just south of the main university campus and the other northwest of Innovation Place.
A collision in Moose Jaw Tuesday afternoon caused a lot of damage.
Police say a semi hit the overpass at Main Street North on the TransCanada Highway around 4:30 p.m.
No one was hurt, and the driver was charged with undue care and attention.
The damage is estimated at $500,000.
The provincial government is telling a Regina family that they have to get rid of their pet.
The Shaheen family has an African serval cat named Jagger, which could potentially grow to be five feet long and weigh around 40 pounds. Although they're legal in Canada, the provincial government say the serval is a threat to the environment and public safety.
"Regulations are put in place to deal with species that we don't have a good awareness of in terms of their threat to public safety," explained Lyle Saigeon with the Ministry of Environment.
Don't forget your sunscreen if you are heading on a hot holiday this year. Skin cancer is on the rise in our province particularly among men.
The Canadian Dermatology Association held a skin cancer screening program at the Saskatchewan Legislature Tuesday to raise awareness about sun safety.
Doctor Robert McKay believes the cases are rising in men because 35 per cent of Saskatchewan's workforce works outside. She maintains it is important to check for any changes on your skin.
As Laura Pettigrew heads to Italy for the ‘Adkins Chiti: Women in Music Foundation's December concert series,’ she is making a stop in Portugal.
The Regina composer has an artist residency at ARTerra in Tondela, Portugal from December 2 to 18. Pettigrew will be working with Micaela Ferreira, who founded the residency, to do workshops with children in villages.
Morris "Two Gun" Cohen's great nephew hopes to someday visit a statue of his uncle in Saskatoon.
"I certainly would be interested in coming over when it was unveiled or anything. It would quite fascinate me," said Jeremy Cooper, Cohen's great-nephew speaking from Manchester, England.
Cooper said when he was a child, Cohen lived only a short distance away and he saw him at least twice a week.
"To me, he was literally like a grandfather for the first 10 years of my life," he said.
The manager of Regina's on-campus bar is among those making the case for a lower drinking age in Saskatchewan.
The Saskatchewan Party prompted discussion Monday of lowering the drinking age from 19 to 18 after a resolution to do so was passed at the party's convention on the weekend. The government is adamant that the idea will be studied thoroughly before any change is brought to the legislature.