“Service Clubs across Saskatchewan have an invaluable impact in their communities. Their fundraising efforts help shape our province and their continued dedication to Saskatchewan will shape our future,” Premier Scott Moe said. “I encourage everyone to nominate a service club for this recognition.”Read More
This year’s event features an “Amazing Race” style competition. Teams compete in scavenger hunts, puzzles and fun team challenges at locations throughout downtown Regina. Teams earn points for each completed challenge as they vie for a piece of the $25,000 prize pool for a charity or non-profit of their choice.Read More
Sask Polytech earned a second-place finish in Shell’s Drivers’ World Championship, an impressive feat for the first time at the international competition. The team started the Drivers’ World Championship in last place and worked hard over five laps to challenge for the lead on the final lap!Read More
Join us for the 3rd annual tour of Saskatchewan's historic Legislative Building on Sunday, August 19 at 2:00 p.m. This free event is your opportunity to visit the Legislature and get behind-the-scenes insights from your MLA. The annual Tour with Tina is a casual, fun and fascinating event for all ages! Registration is required and space is limited.Read More
As part of the Queen City Marathon’s commitment to encourage kids and their families to live active lives, they will be providing up to 150 free registrations to Regina and area kids and their families who may not be able to afford to pay for registration themselves.Read More
I got to spend time with Ms. Labas' grade 10 Business Class at Campbell Collegiate talking about politics and answering questions on US tariffs and pipelines.
The students are studying federal politics using unique tools from Canada Geographic and Cable Public Affairs Channel (CPAC). It includes a giant map called Route 338 that aims to help all Canadians understand the political process and make their voices heard.
From Canada Geographic: How many times have we heard the words, “Politics are boring”? From an educator’s perspective, this is a motivating phrase and a challenge because democracy is at the very centre of Canadian society. As Canadian citizens, we all have a responsibility to uphold a healthy democracy. It is important that students be aware of their role and be inspired to participate in the democratic process.
The map is accompanied by 11 curriculum- linked learning activities designed to teach primary to senior students about the many facets of a democratic society. Students will be given the chance to map out evolving federal riding boundaries, learn about the electoral and appointment process of key members in a democracy, explore the roles of the media, identify the symbols that represent us and much more.