Advertisement

Saskatoon morning news rewind: Friday, Sept. 15

Click to play video: 'Saskatoon’s top headlines: Friday, Sept. 15'
Saskatoon’s top headlines: Friday, Sept. 15
WATCH: Chris Carr with Saskatoon’s top headlines for Friday, Sept. 15 – Sep 15, 2023

Saskatoon Symphony Orchestra’s 93rd season, the Walk for Megan Gallagher, curling legend Kevin Martin, and the Celtic festival at Crossmount.

Here’s your morning rewind for the Friday, Sept. 15, edition of Global News Morning Saskatoon.

‘Four Seasons of the Moon’ kicks off SSO’s season

The Saskatoon Symphony Orchestra’s 93rd season begins this weekend.

Guest conductor Judith Yan will be leading the orchestra for the Four Seasons of the Moon.

Yan explains what makes this performance special in this interview with Chantal Wagner.

Click to play video: 'Four Seasons of the Moon kicks off SSO’s season'
Four Seasons of the Moon kicks off SSO’s season

Walk for Megan raising MMIWG awareness

People will gather in Saskatoon on Sept. 17 for the Walk for Megan.

Story continues below advertisement

The walk will honour the memory of Megan Gallagher and raise awareness for missing and murdered Indigenous women and children.

Breaking news from Canada and around the world sent to your email, as it happens.

Brian Gallagher discusses what the event means to him and the message he wants to impart.

Click to play video: 'Walk for Megan raising MMIWG awareness'
Walk for Megan raising MMIWG awareness

Grand Slam of Curling of returning to Saskatoon

The Grand Slam of Curling makes its way back to Saskatoon for the 2023 WFG Masters this December.

World Curling Hall of Fame inductee Kevin Martin says there are a number of storylines to follow at the event, including teams preparing for an Olympic run.

Martin looks ahead to the upcoming event and the state of curling in the country.

Click to play video: 'Grand Slam of Curling of returning to Saskatoon'
Grand Slam of Curling of returning to Saskatoon

Heavy event part of Crossmount’s Celtic festival

Irish and highland dancers and bagpipes are part of the Celtic festival taking place at the Glen at Crossmount.

Story continues below advertisement

Heavy events are also part of the festival taking place on Sept. 17.

Karl Hren joins Emily-May Simmonds to explain exactly what the heavy events are and why it is called a competition of strength.

Click to play video: 'Heavy event part of Crossmount’s Celtic festival'
Heavy event part of Crossmount’s Celtic festival

Saskatoon morning weather outlook: Friday, Sept. 15

Great last weekend of summer — Chantal Wagner has your Friday, Sept. 15, morning SkyTracker forecast for Saskatoon and area.

Click to play video: 'Saskatoon morning weather outlook: Friday, Sept. 15'
Saskatoon morning weather outlook: Friday, Sept. 15

Sponsored content

AdChoices