It's a sight that has become more common this year, a moose on the loose in Saskatoon.
"I got a text from my son saying that there was a moose in the back alley, of course I didn't believe him thinking he meant it was a deer," said Susan Duret, a woman who lives in the Pacific Heights area.
She drove down the street to see the creature standing in a back yard.
"He didn't seem to be afraid or anything, he was just kind of hanging out," she said.
"The next thing we knew, he just kind of walked right over a six-foot fence and wandered down the back alley."
One man is taking hiking to a new level, by walking 22,000 kilometres along the entire Trans Canada Trail.
But for Dana Meise it's not just a trip, it's a learning experience.
"Just recently for example, I combined a pea field and swathed some canola," said Meise.
"Already I've walked over 700 towns and cities and made thousands of friends, it's an amazing journey."
Meise is splitting the trip up over eight years and is on year five right now, so it's no surprise he's had his fair share of scary experiences.
When you walk into a Co-op Grocery store in Regina Rider-mania is front and center, with every product you can imagine bearing the Saskatchewan Roughriders logo, including the Roughrider brand "All Dressler" chips.
But further back, hidden near the produce, is another, much less popular, blue bag: Bucks BQQ - Blue Bomber Chips.
It's a move that may be "chip-lomatic" but it's not exactly popular with Roughrider fans.
“Oh Blue Bombers? No thanks. No they’re not very well, they need some help,” said one man.
Turning from a stop sign directly into a lane of traffic going 110 kilometers an hour or faster was just part of the daily stress for drivers in White City turning onto the highway - until now.
The on and off ramps for leading to the east bound lane of Highway one from the intersection with Highway 48 are officially open.
"Having these off ramps is a terrific first step," White City Mayor Bruce Evans echoed the words of the Highways Minister Don McMorris.
The Battlefords community has lost one of its most prominent citizens as retired senator Herb Sparrow passed away Thursday.
His family confirmed the 82-year-old died after complications from a stroke.
Sparrow was born in Saskatoon and acclaimed for his work in the field of soil conservation, as a landowner and farmer. He was also known as the owner of Kentucky Fried Chicken in the Battlefords.
He was appointed to the Canadian Senate by Prime Minister Lester Pearson in 1968 and retired when he turned 75 in 2005.
Tune into Teletoon Friday night and you will get to see Regina, for the first time, in full colour cartoon.
The show "Fugget About It" premieres on "Teletoon At Night." It's about a mob family that has to go into witness protection and is placed in Regina.
Although it was someone else who suggested the cartoon be set in Regina, when the original plan was to set it in a generic Canadian city, the show's creator, Willem Wennekers, is very familiar with the Queen City. He is actually a graduate of the University of Regina's film program.
Enrolment has hit a record high at the University of Regina.
The university says just over 13,000 students enrolled for the fall semester, up from about 12,800 a year earlier
Meanwhile, the number of first-year students has risen by 10 per cent.
The Faculty of Nursing saw the largest spike in first-year admissions, with an increase of 66 per cent.
Enrolment was also up in kinesiology and health studies and engineering and applied science.
Gordon had just returned from her father-in-law's funeral in British Columbia. The 91-year-old was a Royal Canadian Air Force Veteran.
If you've walked through downtown Regina on a Thursday night this summer, you may have noticed the sights and sounds of an tradition that is usually found a lot further south than Saskatchewan.
Every Thursday night, the City Square is transformed by dancers and music. Couples move together in quick light steps, swaying their hips to the music. A man pushes partner away and when she reaches the tip of his fingers, she's twirled back into his arms. It's salsa night in Regina's City Square.