Seager Wheeler was quite possibly the most innovative and progressive farmer in the history of Western Canadian agriculture. I once toured his homestead (now designated
The first of two Nokomis hockey players to have their name engraved on the Stanley Cup.
After a rare discovery, a prairie boy’s remains are to receive a proper burial.
What could be more prairie history than tough-guy hockey? In keeping with this season of Stanley Cup playoffs, here’s a little article about one of
Travelling south of Saskatoon along Highway 219, one passes the Whitecap Reserve, complete with its spectacular golf course, casino and impressive residential developments. Continue south
One hundred years ago to the second, whistles sounded across the trenches of Vimy Ridge. Tens of thousands of Canadians streamed over the top and