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October 29 -November 11
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The Front

Stretched Canvas

The Remai Modern Art Gallery of Saskatchewan has had an interesting history thus far — and it’s still over a year away from opening.Since the project was green-lit in 2

Never, Ever Again

Several times over the last decade, I’ve written Canada should follow the lead of Germany, Sweden, Iceland and dozens of other prosperous and civilized countries, and ditch f

Netanyahu’s Nazi Fib

“I can’t stand him. He’s a liar,” then-French president Nicolas Sarkozy told U.S. President Barack Obama four years ago, in a conversation about Israeli Pri

Let’s Get On With It

I’ve lived through many elections, but I don’t recall many in which emotions ran so high. In the heat of such a campaign, things get said, disagreements arise and tensi

Talking Democracy

On Nov. 6th and 7th a national conference titled “Law, Public Administration, and Challenges to Democracy: A Conference in Honour of Allan E. Blakeney” will be held at

The Middle

Time to Refresh

THE SAMURAIDelta Bessorough (601 Spadina Cres. E.)306-683-6926My first visit to the Samurai at the Bessborough was when I was a university student back in the ‘90s (Yup &mdas

Quaff Some History

Man, it’s an awesome time to be a beer geek.In our current age there’s no shortage of new and exciting beers. It seems like pretty much every month, someone rolls out e

The Back

Campaign of Fear

 The best way to give a horror film a coat of respectability is to provide it with a political subtext. Jump scares are easy (tension, tension, tension, temporary relief, BOOM

Movie Reviews

 Our Brand Is CrisisCineplex3/5The persona of bitterness and disenchantment that Sandra Bullock has developed in the last few years of her career serves her well in the politi

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Thursday January 1
100 YEARS AGO: REMEMBERING WORLD WAR I at Western Development Museum - Organized in cooperation with provincial and federal partners this exhibit commemorates the centennial of World War I and showcases stories and artifacts tied to Saskatchewan.January 1
EASTER WEEK AT THE MVC at Meewasin Valley Centre - Drop-in craft programs to welcome spring in the river valley. See meewasin.com.January 1
TELUS CUP WEST REGIONAL MIDGET AAA HOCKEY TOURNAMENT  at Rod Hamm Memorial/Harold Latrace Arena - Host team Saskatoon Contacts are joined by Saskatchewan Manitoba and northern Ontario league champions. See teluscup.com. January 1
CANADIAN MIXED DOUBLES CURLING CHAMPIONSHIP at Nutana Curling Club - See curling.ca.January 1
EASTER WEEK AT THE MVC at Meewasin Valley Centre - Drop-in craft programs to welcome spring in the river valley. See meewasin.com.January 1
100 YEARS AGO: REMEMBERING WORLD WAR I at Western Development Museum - Organized in cooperation with provincial and federal partners this exhibit commemorates the centennial of World War I and showcases stories and artifacts tied to Saskatchewan.January 1
TELUS CUP WEST REGIONAL MIDGET AAA HOCKEY TOURNAMENT  at Rod Hamm Memorial/Harold Latrace Arena - Host team Saskatoon Contacts are joined by Saskatchewan Manitoba and northern Ontario league champions. See teluscup.com. January 1
CANADIAN MIXED DOUBLES CURLING CHAMPIONSHIP at Nutana Curling Club - See curling.ca.January 1
EASTER WEEK AT THE CREEK at Beaver Creek Conservation Area - Drop-in nature hikes and other activities such as feeding black-capped chickadees. January 1, 1:00 pm
EASTER WEEK AT THE CREEK at Beaver Creek Conservation Area - Drop-in nature hikes and other activities such as feeding black-capped chickadees. January 1, 1:00 pm
LES BELLES-SOEURS at Greystone Theatre
Written by Canada’s best-known Francophone playwright Michel Tremblay translated by John Van Burek and Bill Grassco and directed by Pamela Haig Bartley this comedy focuses on the relentless pursuit of life love and bingo. Presented by University of Saskatchewan Department of Drama and Greystone Theatre. until April 2 8 p.m. See arts.usask.ca/drama/greystone.
Jan 1 - Feb 4
LES BELLES-SOEURS at Greystone Theatre
Written by Canada’s best-known Francophone playwright Michel Tremblay translated by John Van Burek and Bill Grassco and directed by Pamela Haig Bartley this comedy focuses on the relentless pursuit of life love and bingo. Presented by University of Saskatchewan Department of Drama and Greystone Theatre. until April 2 8 p.m. See arts.usask.ca/drama/greystone.
Jan 1 - Feb 4
BEATRICE & VIRGIL at Remai Arts Centre
Adapted from Yann Martel’s novel this play by Lindsay Cochrane tells the story of a man named Henry who seeks help from another man named Henry to write a play about a donkey (Beatrice) and howler monkey (Virgil). As the story unfolds a shocking historical romance is revealed. Presented by Last Exit Theatre. See persephonetheatre.org.
Jan 1 - Apr 6
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Thursday January 1
BFA EXHIBITIONS at Gordon Snelgrove Gallery - Brandon Panasiuk Amy Prive and Floranne St. Amand McLaughlin January 1
DONNA CUTLER: DREAMING OF SPRING at Handmade House - Exhibition of free motion embroidery.January 1
BFA EXHIBITIONS at Gordon Snelgrove Gallery - Brandon Panasiuk Amy Prive and Floranne St. Amand McLaughlin January 1
DONNA CUTLER: DREAMING OF SPRING at Handmade House - Exhibition of free motion embroidery.January 1
ELI BORNSTEIN at Darrell Bell Gallery - Exhibition of wall-mounted abstract sculptures by noted Saskatoon artist.January 1
DAVID STONHOUSE: BETWEEN at Darrell Bell Gallery - Exhibition of patterned abstract paintings.January 1
SATURDAY MORNING DRAWING WORKSHOP at Gordon Snelgrove Gallery - Group exhibition of figure drawing.January 1
WOOD ’16 at The Galleria at Innovation Place - Exhibition of over 200 pieces created by the Saskatchewan Woodworkers Guild and local high school students. See saskwoodguild.ca.January 1, 11:00 am