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    EGADZ Sweet Dreams house lauded for its success keeping mothers, children together

    EGADZ Sweet Dreams house lauded for its success keeping mothers, children together


    Katie Groden knew she needed a change. Living with addictions to crystal meth and opioids and affiliated with a gang, she tried on multiple occasions to get clean — but kept relapsing into her old lifestyle. Read...

    Katie Groden knew she needed a change. Living with addictions to crystal meth and opioids and affiliated with a gang, she tried on multiple occasions to get clean — but kept relapsing into her old lifestyle. Read More
    Cuthand: Movie portrays real life in Indigenous community

    Cuthand: Movie portrays real life in Indigenous community


    This week and next the acclaimed movie "The Grizzlies" is playing in Saskatoon and Regina. This movie was shot in Nunavut with a cast that was made up largely of Inuit actors making their film debut. Read...

    This week and next the acclaimed movie "The Grizzlies" is playing in Saskatoon and Regina. This movie was shot in Nunavut with a cast that was made up largely of Inuit actors making their film debut. Read More
    Saskatoon business districts oppose mailing parking tickets

    Saskatoon business districts oppose mailing parking tickets


    Saskatoon's business districts see value in placing parking tickets under windshield wipers rather than sending them by mail. Read...

    Saskatoon's business districts see value in placing parking tickets under windshield wipers rather than sending them by mail. Read More
    Saskatoon man shares creative passion for wood carving

    Saskatoon man shares creative passion for wood carving


    Doug Lingelbach learned how to make wood sculptures with a knife before competing worldwide as a professional with a chainsaw. Read...

    Doug Lingelbach learned how to make wood sculptures with a knife before competing worldwide as a professional with a chainsaw. Read More
    Book reviews: Arthur Slade and Alice Kuipers

    Book reviews: Arthur Slade and Alice Kuipers


    Governor-General Award-winning author Arthur Slade is back with another book or two, depending on how you count his prodigious output. Slade has long harnessed the energies of the Internet, releasing a series of novels in electronic form to his online...

    Governor-General Award-winning author Arthur Slade is back with another book or two, depending on how you count his prodigious output. Slade has long harnessed the energies of the Internet, releasing a series of novels in electronic form to his online legions of fans. Now, in front of me, are two novels, Death by Airship (Orca, $9.95), a brand new, softcover publication, and Amber Fang: Hunted (Orca, $14.95), a print version of a novel that’s existed in cyberspace since 2016. Read More
    Family show home by Pawluk Homes offers prized location

    Family show home by Pawluk Homes offers prized location


    Warman's growth and expansion continue to attract families looking for a small-town lifestyle while staying close to the amenities of Saskatoon. Pawluk Homes takes aim by offering a new family-friendly bungalow design close to schools. Read...

    Warman's growth and expansion continue to attract families looking for a small-town lifestyle while staying close to the amenities of Saskatoon. Pawluk Homes takes aim by offering a new family-friendly bungalow design close to schools. Read More
    Parish Notes

    Parish Notes


    Please send items for Parish Notes to weekend@thestarphoenix.com with the words “Parish Notes” in the subject line. Submission deadline is the Friday one week before at 10 a.m. Read...

    Please send items for Parish Notes to weekend@thestarphoenix.com with the words “Parish Notes” in the subject line. Submission deadline is the Friday one week before at 10 a.m. Read More