The winner of the raffle will get the chance to enjoy a scene one-and-a-half hour ride along the river.
Digital Broadcast Journalist
After attending the University of Saskatchewan, Brady Ratzlaff headed to Calgary where he graduated from Mount Royal University’s broadcasting program.
Brady completed his practicum at Global Saskatoon in the fall of 2015 before accepting a job at Moose FM in Fort St. John as a sports reporter and anchor. A standout moment from his time in B.C was colour commentating the World Under-17 Hockey Challenge.
In March 2018, he travelled down the Alaska Highway to Grande Prairie where he took on the role of reporter and anchor for two radio stations at EverythingGP.
Brady is thrilled to be back in his home province and working as a digital broadcast journalist with Global Saskatoon.
When he is not pursuing stories, you can find him cheering on a number of his favorite teams including the Roughriders, Calgary Flames and New Orleans Saints. He enjoys the company of friends and family and loves being active or as he puts it, “whatever keeps me from being bored.”
USask students remain optimistic for the return of on-campus learning for the fall semester. However, it was recently announced tuition is increasing for the 2021-22 semesters.
Frank Atchison reached the halfway point on his fundraising walk from Saskatoon to Regina. During a stop in Davidson, a family presented him with a couple of thank you gifts.
Aunum Abid placed first in the province and third in the nation with her science project that took a closer look at the second most common type of skin cancer.
The Domo Clavet Junction near the village of Calvet will be taken over by RBC at the end of April after the bank said the business saw a drop in overall revenue.
Nate Starycki and his mother Jennifer have been in the hospital for roughly four months as Nate recovers from a complex multi-organ transplant in November.
USask computer scientist Madison Klarkowski has been studying e-sports gamers on what affects their ability to succeed or fail.
The current price of common western spruce and fir two-by-four is US$1,120 per 1,000 cubic board feet. That is almost triple the price of lumber pre-COVID-19 pandemic.
The final clue and location where the kids received their biggest Easter goody bag was at the Forestry Farm.
Statistics and experts say people in Saskatchewan are choosing to live in the two big urban centres over smaller rural areas.
Firefighters battled a house fire in Saskatoon’s west side Friday morning.
Former Sask Polytech math teacher Laurel Marsh has started a YouTube channel with over 200 videos featuring math applications and subjects.
Saskatoon’s Topaza Yu was recently given the RBC BreakOUT award. It’s given out to someone who makes a significant contribution to the LGBTQ2+ community.
A slightly warmer and dryer spring is in the forecast for the majority of Saskatchewan.
Morgan Miller was airlifted to the Royal University Hospital in mid-January after he was struck by a car while helping another motorist who was stuck in the ditch.