Here’s your morning rewind for the Wednesday, May 31, edition of Global News Morning Saskatoon.
Goats chomp down weeds to restore Saskatchewan grasslands
Hundreds of goats are being put to work at the Wascana Centre as part of a project aimed at restoring Saskatchewan grasslands.
It’s the second year of a multi-year project that helps weed out invasive species.
Sarah Romuld, an ecologist with the Provincial Capital Commission, discusses the important work the goats are doing with Kabi Moulitharan.
Touring the kitchen in the Centric House: Décor and Design
One thing Metric Design wanted to do when renovating the Centric House on Lake Crescent was to take advantage of natural light.
To achieve that, the kitchen had to be relocated to a new space.
Tamara Bowman from Metric Design takes Emily-May Simmonds on a tour of the new kitchen in Décor and Design.
Theatre in the Park returns with free shows: Experience Saskatoon
It’s a new park every day as Sum Theatre returns with Theatre in the Park for another season.
Zero Gravity goes on a journey with Dr. Einstein Reez as he searches for ways to save his children and the planet from a climate breakdown.
Emily-May Simmonds speaks with Amanda Trapp about this year’s production and what goes into each performance of the play in Experience Saskatoon.
Saskatoon morning weather outlook: Wednesday, May 31
Scorcher to end May — Kabi Moulitharan has your Wednesday, May 31, morning SkyTracker forecast for Saskatoon and area.