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Jim Pattison Children’s Hospitals Helipad Opened Ahead of Schedule

Jim Pattison Children’s Hospitals Helipad Opened Ahead of Schedule

The new helipad on top of Saskatoon’s Jim Pattison Children’s Hospital has opened ahead of schedule upon receiving its certification from Transport Canada and meets all regulations and guidelines to support safe helicopter operations. Jim Pattison Children’s Hospital (JPCH) will be home to the new Royal University Hospital (RUH) Adult Emergency Department and a new Children’s Emergency Department, which will open in the fall. Shock Trauma Air Rescue Service (STARS) […]

Bank of Canada has lowered the Mortgage Qualifying Rate

Bank of Canada has lowered the Mortgage Qualifying Rate

The Bank of Canada has to lowered the qualifying rate for the first time in 3 years from 5.34 per cent to 5.19 per cent. Until now the Bank of Canada’s qualifying rate has been on a rise from 4.64 percent in September, 2016. According to calculations by mortgage rate comparison site RateHub.ca, someone with an […]

Smart Home Upgrades that might help you sell.

Smart Home Upgrades that might help you sell.

Upgrading to smart home technology can be much easier than undertaking a significant home improvement project and may increase your selling price and entice the next generation of buyers to step inside with the potential to sell faster. Smart Plugs If you’ve plugged in a lamp, for instance, you can turn it on or off […]

Saskatchewan Going Green, and not just for the Riders

Saskatchewan Going Green, and not just for the Riders

The Government of Canada has pledged to phase out coal-fired electricity by 2030, putting the future of communities with economies that rely on coal in question. Saskatchewan’s provider of power plans to hit 50% renewable by 2030 and reduce greenhouse gas by 40% from 2005 levels. A release issued by SaskPower states that approximately 25% of the […]

World’s Largest T-Rex Coming to Regina May 17.

World’s Largest T-Rex Coming to Regina May 17.

Between 245 and 66 million years ago dinosaurs walked the earth, today we only have a glimpse into the past through the remainder of their fossilized bones. The Royal Saskatchewan Museum (RSM) will have the opportunity to display their very first full-size cast of dinosaur skeletal model “Scotty the T-rex” The RSM cast of Scotty’s […]

Regina’s Outdoor Farmers Market

Regina’s Outdoor Farmers Market

Spring is here and it’s time to take advantage of the warmer weather. The outdoor spring season of the Regina’s Farmers Market (RFM) is just around the corner. Since 1975, farmers in Saskatchewan have been gathering in parks, parking lots and streets to exhibit their hand made produce during the short fall harvest season. RFM […]