News

This is What Canada’s Gigantic Federal Deficit Means For Canadians and the Federal Government

This is What Canada’s Gigantic Federal Deficit Means For Canadians and the Federal Government

The Trudeau Liberals’ fiscal update this week put a cost to all the emergency COVID-19 aid the federal treasury will dole out. It delivered some shocks: a gigantic deficit and a projection that the federal debt will top $1 trillion.

B.C. Man Prepares to Be First to Receive Double-Hand Transplant in Canada

B.C. Man Prepares to Be First to Receive Double-Hand Transplant in Canada

When Rick Thompson’s doctor told him a surgical team was going ahead with his double-hand transplant in the middle of the COVID-19 pandemic, his first reaction was surprise. “We’re targeting… Read more »

Masks and Gloves: Elections Saskatchewan Preparing for Pandemic Election

Masks and Gloves: Elections Saskatchewan Preparing for Pandemic Election

Elections Saskatchewan estimates it will need 400,000 face masks and thousands of litres of hand sanitizer and disinfectant to keep people safe at the polls this fall.

Toronto, Edmonton Officially Unveiled as NHL Hub Cities; NHL, NHLPA Ratify RTP, CBA Extension

Toronto, Edmonton Officially Unveiled as NHL Hub Cities; NHL, NHLPA Ratify RTP, CBA Extension

The NHL remains on course to resume its pandemic-delayed season north of the 49th parallel later this summer, and has the labour peace it needs to ride out the unprecedented economic… Read more »

‘It’s a Good Start’: Canada’s Live Music Industry Gets $20 Million From Feds

‘It’s a Good Start’: Canada’s Live Music Industry Gets $20 Million From Feds

There was a glimmer of hope on Tuesday when Heritage Minister Steven Guilbeault outlined a program that lets owners of for-profit venues apply for a piece of the $20 million promised to support the live music sector.

Things to Do

Watch Amazing Theatre Performances From Across the World for Free This Week/Weekend

Watch Amazing Theatre Performances From Across the World for Free This Week/Weekend

With COVID-19 pandemic forcing theaters to shut their doors, many performing art centers have taken to being open virtually. We have listed a few theatre performances from… Read more »

Quarantine Concerts to Watch Online This Weekend

Quarantine Concerts to Watch Online This Weekend

A list of music performances live-streamed this weekend. All times mentioned are in ET. Watch Amazing Theatre Performances From Across the World This Weekend Friday, July 10… Read more »

Things to Do in Regina this Weekend

Things to Do in Regina this Weekend

A weekly digest of what’s on this weekend in Regina including weekend activities, festivals, concerts, live theatre, markets, exhibitions, sports, nightlife and more!

Travel Ideas

Road Trip Saskatchewan: Grasslands National Park to Prince Albert National Park

Road Trip Saskatchewan: Grasslands National Park to Prince Albert National Park

There are only two national parks in the province of Saskatchewan, and each offers a perfect look at the unique differences of the varied landscapes of Saskatchewan. This road trip will take you to both the parks with some great stops in between.

25 Places to Visit in Canada with Guinness Records

25 Places to Visit in Canada with Guinness Records

The Guinness World Records have been around since 1954 and was created by Sir Hugh Beaver who was the Managing Director of the Guinness Brewery at the… Read more »

Self-Guided Tours To Do in Regina

Self-Guided Tours To Do in Regina

Thre is nothing more fun than exploring a city – its history, landmarks, art as well as its waters. Here is a list of self-guided tours that… Read more »

Food & Drink

Father’s Day Brunch/Dinner Dine-in and Takeouts in Regina

Father’s Day Brunch/Dinner Dine-in and Takeouts in Regina

Treat your Dad to Brunch or Dinner. From Fathers day meal to a picnic lunch, here is a list of places for Father’s Day Brunch/Dinner. You might… Read more »

Restaurants Open in Regina For Dine-In Services

Restaurants Open in Regina For Dine-In Services

Saskatchewan is allowing restaurants to reopen with 50 percent of dining capacity from June 8. Here is a shortlist of restaurants that are planning to reopen for… Read more »

Flower and Mother’s Day Gift Delivery Options in Regina

Flower and Mother’s Day Gift Delivery Options in Regina

Mother’s Day is just around the corner! If you need some inspiration on finding that perfect gift to show mom how much you care, local businesses in… Read more »

Mother’s Day Brunch/Dinner Takeouts in Regina

Mother’s Day Brunch/Dinner Takeouts in Regina

Treat your Mom to Tea, Brunch or Dinner. From Mothers day high tea to fully prepared meals, here is a list of places for Mother’s Day Brunch/Dinner…. Read more »

Make Light-as-Air Funnel Cakes Using Canada’s Wonderland’s Recipe

Make Light-as-Air Funnel Cakes Using Canada’s Wonderland’s Recipe

Are you missing trips to Canada’s Wonderland filled with ‘screamastic‘ rides and yummy treats including their famous funnel cakes? Though there is no real substitute for the… Read more »