Archive for the ‘News/Canada/Saskatchewan’ Category

Sweeting’s Sask. roots integral to her curling success

Saturday, February 22nd, 2020
Val Sweeting

Team Saskatchewan couldn't crack a spot in the playoffs at the Scotties Tournament of Hearts in Moose Jaw — but there's some Saskatchewan blood still in the running for the curling championship. Val Sweeting, who grew up in Maryfield, SK., plays third for Team Manitoba.

Curling superfan from Regina gifted tickets to see Team Sask. at Scotties Tournament of Hearts

Monday, February 17th, 2020
Rylan Moir meeting team Sask

Ryan Malley says his step-son, 17-year-old Ryan Moir who is a passionate curling fan, was gifted tickets by Team Saskatchewan to attend the Scotties Tournament of Hearts over the weekend.

Roughriders sign star punter Jon Ryan to 1-year contract extension

Wednesday, February 5th, 2020
Jon Ryan

The Saskatchewan Roughriders have signed punter Jon Ryan to a one-year contract extension.

Love of hockey inspired Sask. man to turn old sticks into furniture, art

Friday, November 22nd, 2019
Dale lovatt

Dale Lovatt played hockey for decades before giving it up at 50-years-old. At the end of his time, he had a pile of broken sticks he didn't want to send to the landfill.

Roughriders’ season ends with a clunk

Monday, November 18th, 2019
FBO CFL West Final 201911017

When Fajardo ricocheted his end zone pass off the north end zone crossbar on Sunday night with no time left, it was a cruel ending to a promising year.

Bundle up and go long: A look back at the 2009 and 1976 West Finals in Regina

Sunday, November 17th, 2019
Riders West Finals

After a 10-year drought, the West Final is a go at Regina's Mosaic Stadium on Sunday. You can usually expect cool weather in November, but forecasts are looking promising for the Riders-Bombers showdown. So how does this year's weather compare with the home western finals of the past?

Sask. curler Aly Jenkins remembered as a fierce competitor who loved her sport

Tuesday, October 22nd, 2019
Aly Jenkins curling

Aly Jenkins, a well-known Saskatchewan curler, died Sunday from complications that arose during the birth of her third child, Sydney. She was 30.

Moose Jaw woman becomes 1st female coach in WHL

Friday, October 18th, 2019
Olivia Howe MJ Warriors

Olivia Howe's hockey career has come full circle.

Former Bronco Ryan Straschnitzki returns to Humboldt for the first time after crash

Saturday, September 14th, 2019
Ryan Straschnitzki Straz

The 20-year-old's visit coincides with the Broncos hosting the Notre Dame Hounds in their season opener Saturday night. The Humboldt team is also celebrating its 50th anniversary and plans to welcome various alumni.

‘Unstoppable’ Saskatchewan boy throws first pitch at Blue Jays game

Monday, August 12th, 2019
Taron Kaiswatum

Taron Kaiswatum, 10, of the Standing Buffalo Dakota Nation, was chosen for his passion and enthusiasm for the game.