Saskatoon Sports

18 Jul 19
Saskatoon StarPhoenix

A pair of University of Saskatchewan Huskies women’s hockey team players were named to the U SPORTS all-star team on Wednesday. Leah Bohlken, a defenceman from Moose Jaw, and Bailee Bourassa from Weyburn will both join the team set to compete at Hockey Canada’s Summer Showcase in Calgary from Aug, 2-11. Bohlken, a Canada West […]

17 Jul 19
Sport Archives

Photo: Darren Steinke By Chris O'Leary, Senior Writer, @OLEARYCHRIS It was a week before the end of their regular-season when the Saskatoon Valkyries knew they had something special. They were rolling through an undefeated season in the Western Women's Canadian Football League and had just topped the Manitoba Fearless 37-0. They started their season with […]

17 Jul 19
News Bakerrs

Ann Foster | Longreads | July 2019 | 14 minutes (3,613 words) On March 5th, 2004, Martha Stewart was found guilty of obstructing justice and lying to investigators. At the time, she was one of comparatively few female CEOs, and she was irrevocably tied to her company’s success: her smiling, serene, WASPy perfection thoroughly entwined […]

17 Jul 19
Outside The Know

Ann Foster | Longreads | July 2019 | 14 minutes (3,613 words) On March 5th, 2004, Martha Stewart was found guilty of obstructing justice and lying to investigators. At the time, she was one of comparatively few female CEOs, and she was irrevocably tied to her company’s success: her smiling, serene, WASPy perfection thoroughly entwined […]

17 Jul 19
BiblioMarket

Ann Foster | Longreads | July 2019 | 14 minutes (3,613 words) On March 5th, 2004, Martha Stewart was found guilty of obstructing justice and lying to investigators. At the time, she was one of comparatively few female CEOs, and she was irrevocably tied to her company’s success: her smiling, serene, WASPy perfection thoroughly entwined […]

17 Jul 19
Longreads

How society disproportionately demonizes women after they’ve bent the same rules that men have always broken.

16 Jul 19
Ask Mum

Amanda @fitbumpsk Amanda Brindley is the owner and main instructor at Fitbump, a body positive fitness community specializing in Prenatal & Postnatal fitness. She is also mom to a four year old daughter named Molly. Amanda prides herself on sharing posts about real, honest motherhood to help moms feel less alone. Sometimes humorous, sometimes vulnerable […]

16 Jul 19
Regina Leader-Post

Four people were arrested in connection with incidents at the University of Regina, where some evacuees have been involved in fighting and disturbances as they cope with a strange environment.

15 Jul 19
The Province

Coach Mark Smith’s squad beats American club team Scrap Yard 8-4 Sunday to claim the Canada Cup tourney finale

14 Jul 19
Saskatoon StarPhoenix

Courtney Hufsmith took bronze in the 1,500 metres at the FISU Summer Universiade.

11 Jul 19
Saskatoon StarPhoenix

Saskatoon’s Tim Kroeker is expanding his list of whistle stops. Kroeker, who works as CFL ref, will officiate an NFL pre-season game in August. 

11 Jul 19
Regina Leader-Post

The Saskatchewan Podcast Network is a new website that helps connect listeners with locally-made podcasts.

11 Jul 19
Saskatoon StarPhoenix

Results from the Speedo Junior Elite Nationals and the men’s and women’s singles outdoor lawn bowling tournament.

11 Jul 19
June of 86

Saskatoon friends Nikolas Baikas and Thomas Hasal hoping to meet in second Summer Soccer Series match Matthew Gourlie It took almost 92 minutes for the people of Saskatchewan to start to grow emotionally attached to the Sask Selects soccer team. At the start of their debut friendly match against Calgary Foothills FC on May 4 […]

11 Jul 19
TAKING NOTE

"You spend a good piece of your life gripping a baseball and in the end it turns out that it was the other way around all the time." — Jim Bouton The greatest words about baseball ever written. RIP. https://t.co/3CpWGT9dRo — Jacob Pomrenke (@buckweaver) July 10, 2019 F Max Gerlach (Medicine Hat, Saskatoon, 2015-19) has […]