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GET TO KNOW A CFCR VOLUNTEER JUNE 2021 EDITION

Remember that Sesame Street song, “These are the people in your neighbourhood?” Well, here’s a feature about the people at your Community Radio station! You like to party, and we like to party, so why don’t we party together? Join us for... Get to Know a CFCR Volunteer! Kathy first learned about CFCR after discovering a goldmine of amazing Canadian indie music via CBC Radio 3. A friend saw her interest in Canadian music and said... let me tell you about a little radio station right here in Sas

6 utilisations uniques pour votre garage en 2020 | Le spécialiste des portes Exitech Inc.

Les surprises de 2020 ont forcé bien des gens à êtres débrouillards et ingénieux. Les événements annulés et la distanciation sociale n’ont pas empêché les gens de faire preuve d’une attitude positive et d’un esprit communautaire. Des défilés d’anniversaires aux expositions d’art, biens des gens ont eu des idées afin de maximiser la situation. On pense à plusieurs qui ont trouvé un projet unique dans leurs garages ! Chez Le spécialiste des portes Exitech Inc., nous sommes vraiment inspirés par c

6 Unique Ideas To Make Use Of Your Garage In 2020 | Le spécialiste des portes Exitech Inc.

If nothing else, 2020’s curveballs have taught the world to be a bit more resourceful. Events have been canceled across the country but this hasn’t stopped people with can-do attitudes, bright ideas and community spirit. From birthday and anniversary parades to art exhibitions, inventive folks have been using their typically utilitarian garages for alternative ways to entertain. Les spécialistes des portes Exitech inc. is incredibly inspired by this, so we’re here to highlight some other clever

Les terrains : un bon investissement pour la retraite?

Investir dans un terrain au Québec peut être lucratif. Avant de vous lancer dans le marché immobilier, il y a quelques éléments à considérer. Le Québec possède de magnifiques endroits qui sont parfaits pour l’achat ou la location de propriétés. L’une des régions les plus pittoresques bien nanties de la province est celle des Laurentides, et Kanata Tremblant se situe au cœur de cette destination touristique de renommée mondiale. C’est l’endroit parfait pour vous évader et faire le plein d’énergi

Les terrains : un bon investissement pour la retraite?

Investir dans un terrain au Québec peut être lucratif. Avant de vous lancer dans le marché immobilier, il y a quelques éléments à considérer. Le Québec possède de magnifiques endroits qui sont parfaits pour l’achat ou la location de propriétés. L’une des régions les plus pittoresques bien nanties de la province est celle des Laurentides, et Kanata Tremblant se situe au cœur de cette destination touristique de renommée mondiale. C’est l’endroit parfait pour vous évader et faire le plein d’énergi

Workshop empowers young Waterhen FN women

A workshop on Waterhen Lake First Nation this week taught a group of young girls about fashion, hair, modeling and makeup, but it also taught them about themselves. The two-day program was facilitated by Waterhen-born Devon Fiddler, owner of SheNative Goods, along with jewelry designer Helen Oro, and photographer Alexandra Jarrett as well as colleagues. The entrepreneurs and Indigenous women leaders led a group of young teenage girls in a variety of icebreakers, tutorials, hands-on design, medi

Local fiddle player enjoys gigs province-wide

Tristen Durocher has played fiddle for over half his life, and the now 22-year-old recently shared the same stage as the Regina Symphony Orchestra (RSO). The young man attended and graduated high school in Meadow Lake and currently lives in Buffalo Narrows, working at a local school as a recreation coordinator. The long-time musician was initially nervous that moving to the North would mean less fiddling gigs, but the opposite happened. He’s frequently invited to various events in the north, an

Flying Dust family camp encourages healing and connection

Desnomie-Fiddler spoke today about lateral violence, which is the phenomenon of aggression towards one’s own family, ethnic group, or community members. Examples of this could include anything from rolling one’s eyes, to oppression at work or home, to abuse. She spoke about the ripple effects that can occur, and constructive ways to deal with it. “A stressor for a lot of Aboriginal people has been residential school,” she said. “There are generations down that are still affected. So what we’re

La Loche shooter appeals adult sentence

The 20-year-old who killed four and injured seven in a 2016 shooting spree in La Loche has appealed his adult life sentence, according to defence lawyer Aaron Fox. The shooter, who was 17 at the time of the killings, pleaded guilty in October 2016 to the second-degree murders of Dayne and Drayden Fontaine and to the first-degree murders of teacher Adam Wood and teacher’s aide Marie Janvier. He also pleaded guilty to the attempted murders of seven others. Fox said the appeal paperwork was filed

Flying Dust family one of first to access new health technology in Sask.

She said it’s a meaningful way for the family to connect with the baby boy while they are not at the hospital in person. “I’m there all day and then I come home, and that’s when I feel kind of lonely for him,” Gladue said. “But I have the camera to watch him when I start to miss him. I also gave the password to my mom and in-laws, so there’s only a few people that can access it, and when my kids want to go to see him they can ask.” The boy is in the NICU because huis birth was several weeks pr

Terri Clark dazzles crowd at Meadow Lake Arena

Terri Clark showed Meadow Lake why she is a class act and one of Canada’s brightest shining stars of country music this weekend. Hundreds filled the floor seats at the the Meadow Lake Arena as Roger West, a country recording artist out of Ontario, shared a lively selection of his music with the crowd during his opening set. He had the crowd clapping along to his breakout song, ‘Turn me on’ among several others. During the intermission, Terri Clark took the time to do a meet-and-greet with a nu

The Seahags Interview

The Seahags, Saskatoon’s sassy musical sweet-tarts, like to classify themselves as ‘old-timey country garage’ with a honky-tonk/grunge edge. These busy bees have played over 30 shows in the past year in Saskatoon, rural areas, and in houses and venues across the province and Alberta. Riki Yandt and April Nechvatel, the original Seahags, have come a long way since commiserating over a break up two years ago. They’ve since quadrupled their roster, plugged in and started rocking the hell out. “We