Jenalene Antony

Two years ago Jenalene Antony opened a design studio in Shields, Sask., with a focus on rural issues. As a designer she has worked on teams with Environment Canada, the University of Saskatchewan and the University of Calgary telling stories about sustainability and social change. She got her start as a reporter at the Yorkton News Review. She went on to co-host CFCR radio’s Pocket Mulch and Access Television’s Talk of the Town.

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Abandoned farmyard is a labour of love and a COVID-era affordable home for Saskatchewan family

Restoring a 107-year-old farmyard was a dream come true for Brad and Kendal Parker.

COVID-era school design takes lessons from Indigenous educators

A Saskatoon-based architect is already applying lessons learnt from the pandemic to the schools he is designing, and said the First Nations clients he works with are providing him with directions for the future.

Sask. Airbnb rentals seeing surge in popularity as people opt for staycations amidst COVID-19

Short-term rentals, like those offered through Airbnb, have become a popular vacation option for people looking to 'get away' safely during the COVID-19 pandemic while staying in their home province.

Coronavirus crisis highlights internet access inequality across Saskatchewan

One Saskatchewan family details how poor internet is having serious consequences on their ability to run their business — and is now affecting even more aspects of their life as so many activities and services move online during the Covid-19 pandemic.

Farm families adapt as coronavirus measures impact Sask.-Man. border communities

Families farming along the Manitoba-Saskatchewan border are having to adjust to new lifestyles and business changes as border checkpoints have been established to ward against the transmission of COVID-19.

Vintage Yorkton, Sask., barber shop creates space for men to open up about mental health

The Parlour Barber Shop in Yorkton, Sask., is decorated with echoes of the 1920s but its owner is using the old-timey business to prioritize a very present and pressing concern: men’s mental health.