Here’s your morning rewind for the Friday, Oct. 7, edition of Global News Morning Saskatoon.
Rare earth elements processing facility under development in Saskatoon
There’s excitement behind a new rare earth processing facility being developed in Saskatoon.
The multimillion-dollar plant will grow the supply of critical minerals and rare earth elements, part of an effort to position Canada as a strong player within the global supply chain.
David Connelly, a vice president with Cheetah Resources, talks about ores being processed, the market for the metals and the impact on Saskatchewan’s economy.
Tips for making homemade pumpkin pie
A dessert staple for Thanksgiving is pumpkin pie, but there are some tips for those making one from scratch.
Joscelyn Armstrong, owner of the Honey Bun Café, has details on making a homemade pumpkin pie and which pitfalls to avoid.
Hammer falls on Kanye West after he praises Hitler, posts swastika
New COVID variant could emerge amid drop in surveillance, vaccination, WHO warns
Hearth Restaurant is moving to a new location
Known for its delicious creations and a menu that focuses on locally grown ingredients, a favourite restaurant in Saskatoon will be serving up its dishes at a new location.
Hearth Restaurant will call Remai Modern its new home starting early next year.
Co-owner and chef Thayne Robstad explains the reasons behind the move and what customers can expect at the new location along the South Saskatchewan River.
Saskatoon morning weather outlook: Friday, Oct. 7
Wonderful Thanksgiving long weekend in store — Chantal Wagner has your Friday, Oct. 7, morning SkyTracker forecast.