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Shakespeare on the Saskatchewan site photo on river's edge
Shakespeare on the Saskatchewan site photo on river's edge

Dismembered puppets, witty comedy and well-known tragedy take stage for Shakespeare on the Saskatchewan

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July 6, 2018 - 12:00am

In its 34th season, Shakespeare on the Saskatchewan will continue to impress audiences with their beloved modern adaptation of the classics.

Three plays are on the ballot this season, all promising to parlay the extensive depth and talent of the cast and crew.

A thick piece of sod being gathered by Shellview Sod's high-tech equipment
A thick piece of sod being gathered by Shellview Sod's high-tech equipment

The future is green for Saskatchewan's oldest sod farm

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June 20, 2017 - 9:25am Updated: June 26, 2017 - 11:11am

Ever wondered where sod comes from? Much like Christmas trees or the springs in pens, it’s a commodity many people don’t question. But for the Davis and Lauder family, growing sod is what they've done their whole lives.

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