Calls for Proposals for Conservation and GROW Trusts Opens

  Over $9.0 million available for land and water conservation projects in 2022 Manitoba Habitat Heritage Corporation’s (MHHC) call for Letters of Interest (LOI) is open with over $9 million available in the granting pool. This is the only Trust intake for funding decisions that will be announced in the spring of 2022. The Conservation …

Saskatchewan Equine Expo Celebrates 10th Annual Show at Prairieland Park

SASKATOON, Saskatchewan – The Saskatchewan Equine Expo is a one-of-a-kind industry show that has been thrilling audiences and filling the stands at the Prairieland Ag Center since 2012. Now in its 10th year, organizers of the Saskatchewan Equine Expo bring experts and horse enthusiasts together to showcase the “best of the best” in equine health, …

Empty Saddles ~ Dale Ernest Leschiutta

Dale Ernest Leschiutta 1948 – 2021 Dale contributed much to the world of Canadian pro rodeo in a variety of roles. After a career in aviation and retiring as an Air Canada Captain, Dale then served as President of the Canadian Professional Rodeo Association from 2006-2012, worked as the CPRA General Manager from 2011 to …

Even More Westerns!

With the fabulous success of Yellowstone, Paramount has signed creator, writer Taylor Sheridan for at least two new series. The first will be a prequel, entitled Y: 1883. It will follow the journey of the Dutton family as they cross the Great Plains on a journey to a new life in Montana. A second series, …

From Ice Cubes to Ice Age

While digging in Matthew Perkins’s backyard this past spring in Las Vegas to build a pool, construction workers made an unexpected discovery: bones buried about five feet deep in the soil. After Vegas police determined the bones were not a mob hit, Perkins connected with Joshua Bonde, a palaeontologist with the Nevada Science Center. Bonde …