The Morning Edition - SaskCourtney Piluk shows her class an experiment for her Genius Hour projectMar 27, 2015 | 6:42Genius Hour gives time to work on passion projects. CBC's Tiffany Cassidy brings the story to The Morning Edition.
The Morning Edition - SaskLindsay Morhart talks about teaching code to elementary school kids on The Morning Edition with Stefani Langenegger. (Photo code.org)Mar 24, 2015 | 6:54Lindsay Morhart runs a lunchtime coding club at her school.
The Morning Edition - SaskJenn Smith Nelson on the growing travel trend of girls' weekendsMar 23, 2015 | 8:56From slumber parties with Molly Ringwald to relaxing yoga retreats with the girls, hotels and spas are now catering to gal pals. Jenn Smith Nelson explains why.
Saskatoon MorningAustrialian paramedicine researcher spends frigid night in Saskatoon.Jan 5, 2015 | 6:07Buck Reed is a researcher with the University of Western Sydney. He's been visiting several cities in North America on a fellowship to study community paramedicine. On Saturday he was on a ride along with a local crew on a very cold night.
Saskatoon MorningThe Little Library is back in businessMar 15, 2015 | 4:41Sarah Cochran tells the story of how the Little Library was restored for the neighbourhood with the help of woodworker Dave Balderstone.
Saskatchewan WeekendThe U of S Space Design Team Is Building A Mars RoverMar 22, 2015 | 7:59The latest project for the University of Saskatchewan Space Design Team is a Mars Rover. They hope to have it ready to roll for a competition in Utah in May. Austin Shirley is the Vice President of engineering for the team and he gave us all the details.
Saskatchewan WeekendJuno Award Winning Saskatchewan Musician Jason Plumb Talks About His New CDMar 22, 2015 | 8:17Regina band The Waltons won the Juno Award in 1994 for Best New Group. Jason Plumb was the founder of the band and since they broke up in 2001 he has continued to write songs and release solo CDs. His latest is called E_P = Onymous and he stopped by to te
Saskatchewan WeekendThe Dangers Of Designer Dogs with House Vet Ted MorrisMar 22, 2015 | 6:50From Massive mastiffs to tiny tea cup pups, dogs with extreme characteristics are extremely popular these days. House vet Ted Morris explains what we need to know about them beforehand.
Saskatoon MorningHistory of War Time Homes in SaskatoonMar 19, 2015 | 4:36City archivist Jeff O'Brien tells us the history of the war time home in Saskatoon. It's been 70 years this spring since the first war time development was built.