Waking up with cerebral palsy is as unpredictable as it is unremarkable. Add in a pandemic, a loss of income and national reports that equate to government ministers with megaphones saying, “Disabled people, lock yourselves away,” and things get a tad more complicated. Each morning I do a body inventory. IRead More →

Did you unwrap a new tech gift this holiday season? Or perhaps you gave in to your child’s requests for a tablet? Whether you are installing new security cameras or playing around with virtual reality (VR) gaming, experts say it’s important to make sure you are protecting your personal information.  We sat downRead More →

The eating habits of penguins may serve as a warning about climate change, says University of Saskatchewan professor William Patterson. Patterson was part of a team that spent years researching how a warming climate and the reduction of sea ice affects penguins’ food sources. The Adélie penguins and chinstrap penguins bothRead More →

A Regina Green party candidate has been accused of belittling the Holocaust. On Thursday, the Friends of Simon Wiesenthal Center for Holocaust Studies called for the Green party to dismiss Dale Dewar, candidate in the Saskatchewan riding of Regina-Qu’Appelle, over past social media posts. The Canadian Jewish News reported that herRead More →