Regina talks: 2014 North American Indigenous Games
The INK street team stakes out the Queen City to see what residents know about the upcoming North American Indigenous Games in July, 2014. Related story
- Category: Provincial News
- Created on Wednesday, 29 January 2014 17:22
It’s a program almost as old as the province itself.
However, when someone says 4-H, do you know what they’re talking about?
4-H started in Saskatchewan in 1917 in rural communities and has grown in to a nation wide program for people aged six to 25.
The project-based youth organization is dedicated to the growth and development of members, leaders, volunteers, and staff through the motto: “Learn to do by doing”.
- Category: Local News
- Created on Wednesday, 29 January 2014 18:32
As she gazes toward a sweat-filled ceiling, contorting her limbs while holding a half backbend; breathing, one might think yoga is no place for a back to relax. Yet Sarah Garden, director at the Bodhi Tree yoga studio, proves differently through the Yoga for Backs class.
Of the 35 people who attend the class, Mike Roberts, prep supervisor at the Keg, said he has been able to rid himself of the large amounts of prescription he used to take.
Roberts said he used medication daily, and morphine was one of them. “The problem with that medication is that after a while it doesn’t work. I would up the dose,” he said. The side effects weren’t pleasant, either.