Tonight hundreds of people in Saskatoon will get a taste of India as the Hindu Society of Saskatchewan hosts its annual vegetarian banquet at Prairieland Park.
"We get about 500-600 people in attendance each year and they're people from all walks of life," said Raj Dhir, the president of the Hindu Society of Saskatchewan..
Although there won't be any meat, there will be plenty of other dishes including Naan (Indian flat bread), Basmati rice, curry chickpeas, Jalfrezi (mixed vegetables) and Gulab Jamun (similar to a doughnut dipped in sauce) for dessert.
Every 10 minutes, about 2,000 subdivision lots are approved in Canada. A former chief planner for the City of Vancouver says they are all unsustainable.
Larry Beasly will be talking about transforming suburban Saskatoon at a free presentation Wednesday night at the Roxy Theatre.
A local group is raising money and awareness to help protect Saskatchewan wildlife.
Living Sky Wildlife Rehabilitation is an organization that takes takes care of injured animals until they can be released back into the wild.
Among the animals they've cared for is Samurai, an arctic wolf who was born in captivity and spent time with them last summer, says Living Sky's Jan Shadick.
A step into Regina business O'Hanlon's Pub is a step onto the shores of Ireland.
The pub is celebrating St.Patrick's day with entertainment and drinks from owner Niall O'Hanlon's homeland, Ireland.
"Organized chaos is the way I would clarify it," said O'Hanlon.
"It's just party, it's a really good time. People get out and really enjoy themselves."
The pub is in the midst of trying to break its own record. Last year they served more pints of Guinness beer than any other bar in Canada.
The Cornwall Centre was a-buzz today thanks to the Z99 Radiothon.
The event raised $742,343 in order to purchase equipment at the Regina General Neo-Natal Intensive Care Unit. It's considered a record breaking year; the most money raised ever during one Radiothon. Throughout it's 26 year history, the fundraiser has raised over five million dollars for the NCIU.
Regina will be hosting a national championship of their own this weekend.
Friday marks the start of the CIS women's basketball national championships at the University of Regina.
The tournament features the top eight teams from across the country, including the host Cougars who come in ranked number three after winning the Canada West championship.
It's been a lot of hard work over the past month and a half, but students at Regina's Johnson Collegiate are hoping to keep their philanthropic title.
Each year, the school raises the most money of any high school in support of the Z99 Radiothon and the Regina General Neo Natal Intensive Care Unit.
Z99 is broadcasting live for 36 hours to help save the lives of newborn babies.
Starting at 6:00 a.m. Thursday and going until 6:00 p.m. Friday, Z99 hosts CC, Lorie and Buzz will be live at the Cornwall Centre raising money for the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit.
The Z99 Radiothon has been a Regina tradition for 26 years and you don’t have to go far to find the people who are grateful for the money they have raised over the years.
The Regina Folk Festival has a history of pulling some big acts into the Queen City, and this year is no different, with the line-up of acts announced Thursday.
In 2012 Emmylou Harris, The Jim Cuddy Band, and Mavis Staples headlined, and the crowds were huge.
This year could be just as big with headliners like Juno award winning Feist, Indie singer, songwriter Neko Case, Canadian artist Loreena McKennit, and eclectic artist Hayden.
The Saskatchewan science centre (SSC) is competing in a Discovery Channel science project showdown with six other science centres across Canada.
The competition is meant to celebrate Canadian Astronaut Chris Hadfield assuming command of the International Space Station.
Marissa Scarlett spearheaded the SSC's project, which is a giant snow volcano filled with liquid nitrogen. Their team dropped bads of hot water into the giant mountain of snow from the roof of the science centre three stories up.