27
Aug
2021
Posted by: In: Business, Economy, Indigenous, Indigenous-owned business, Kahkewistahaw First Nation, Kihew Fabco, Melville, news, Reconciliation, Saskatchewan, Saskatchewan News, steel fabrication enterprise, Truth and Reconciliation

Saskatchewan Indigenous-owned business aims towards reconciliation

A newly-launched Indigenous-owned business has officially opened its doors for a grand opening ceremony. Kihew Fabco is a steel fabrication enterprise that is owned half by Kahkewistahaw First Nation and band member, Desmond Dumais. Dumais said partnering with his home community means a lot to him as they want…
18
Apr
2021
Posted by: In: Alcohol, Bike, breweries, Canada, Coronavirus, COVID, COVID-19, Franchise, pedal pub, Please Drink Responsibly, Saskatchewan Coronavirus, Saskatoon Business, Saskatoon News

1st Pedal Pub in Saskatchewan plans to get rolling in June

The idea to launch the first Pedal Pub in Saskatchewan has been brewing for a while, according to one of the owners. Matana Hannotte said her team got their initial taste of the franchise back on a trip to Nashville, Tenn., in 2018. Read more: E-scooters could hit Saskatoon…
30
Mar
2021
Posted by: In: Alberta politics, Enbridge, Energy, Environment, Gretchen Whitmer, Line 5, Line 5 Michigan, Oil and Gas, Oil sector, Pipeline, Pipelines, Politics

Alberta, Saskatchewan, Ontario urge Michigan governor to reconsider shutting down Line 5

Shutting down the Line 5 pipeline would create a “dangerous precedent” that would forever imperil future cross-border infrastructure projects between Canada and the United States, says Alberta’s energy minister. Sonya Savage joined counterparts from Saskatchewan and Ontario in warning a House of Commons committee Tuesday about the knock-on effects…
09
Dec
2020
Posted by: In: 880 Edmonton features, Dentons, dentons make your mark on poverty, Elementary School, elk island public school, Features, good deed, make your mark on poverty, OurYEG, sock donation, southpointe school, United Way

Fort Saskatchewan students collect socks, snacks for vulnerable community members – Edmonton

Students in Fort Saskatchewan are gathering a few winter essentials to help their community during its coldest months. Kids in Grade 5 classes at Southpointe School have been collecting sock and snack donations from family, friends and local businesses. A Southpointe School teacher poses in front of school donations.…
29
Sep
2020
Posted by: In: Canada, Decision Saskatchewan, Politics, Regina Walsh Acres, Sask Election, Sask Election 2020, Sask Politics, Saskatchewan Election, Saskatchewan Election 2020, Saskatchewan Election Regina Walsh Acres, Sk election, SK Election 2020

Saskatchewan election: Regina Walsh Acres

Summary A new MLA will be elected in Regina Walsh Acres after Saskatchewan Party MLA Warren Steinley resigned his seat after winning the Regina-Lewvan riding for the Conservative Party of Canada in the 2019 federal election. Boundaries Regina Walsh Acres includes the neighbourhoods of Regent Park, Walsh Acres and…
10
Feb
2014
Posted by: In: Education, Sask ED, SIIT, University of Saskatchewan

University of Saskatchewan business school partners with SIIT – Saskatoon

SASKATOON – The Edwards School of Business and the Saskatchewan Indian Institute of Technologies (SIIT) signed an agreement Monday that fast-tracks Aboriginal students to a U of S commerce degree. The partnership means that graduates of SIIT’s two-year business diploma program are now half way to completing a four-year U…