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BLOG: Morning News Rewind – July 11

On Friday’s Morning News, Kevin hears about the real estate situation in Saskatoon, a member of the German Concordia Club tells Jessica about watching FIFA locally and the Saskatchewanderer stops by. 97 more words

Blogs

New Saskatchewanderer ready to tackle year-long adventure

With the Saskatchewander extended to a year-long gig, this past summer’s winner is coming back to explore the province.

According to 21-year-old Caitlin Taylor, working as the Saskatchewanderer in the summer of 2013 was the “best job ever” in allowing her to see Saskatchewan in a new light. 261 more words

Regina

Province announces Saskatchewanderer for the year

REGINA – The province has chosen the first year-long Saskatchewanderer, and it’s a familiar face to the program – Caitlin Taylor was also the Saskatchewanderer for the summer of 2013. 256 more words

Canada

Saskatchewanderer = ME

I’m nothing if not optimistic about life :)  I look at opportunities, apply and hope for the best.

I found out about an opportunity that I thought would be awesome for me.  185 more words

Saskatchewan

Promotional 'Saskatchewanderer' program to become year-round gig

The province’s Saskatchewanderer promotional program is about to become more than just a summer gig.

The next Saskatchewanderer will spend an entire year criss-crossing the province in a bid to showcase it as a “four-seasons destination,” Parks, Culture and Sport Minister Kevin Doherty announced on Monday. 232 more words

Regina

Saskatchewanderer set to do more wandering

REGINA – It’s been touted as the best “summer” job, but now it might just be the best job period.  The Saskatchewanderer program is taking applications for a full-time position. 232 more words

News

'Saskatchewanderer' job expanding in the province

REGINA – The job of ‘Saskatchewanderer’ has just gone from a part-time gig to full-time work according to the provincial government.

For the last three summers one college or university student has been given the chance to travel the province and to report on their experiences. 169 more words

Canada