Making the Most of Every Moment

It’s said that the key to happiness is loving what you do and having a great support network of friends and family. If that’s the case, then 17-year-old Alanna has plenty – filled with passion projects and an entire community that cheers her on. It’s a welcome change from her early years, which were constantly threatened by a congenital heart condition. But that same condition also created an opportunity for an amazing experience through Make-A-Wish Canada’s Saskatchewan chapter.

Changing the Game for Saskatchewan Youth

On any given day, you are guaranteed to hear the sounds of laughing kids, swishing baskets, and encouraging coaches at the state-of-the-art K+S Potash Gymnasium at HoopLife in northeast Regina. But a closer look shows that the benefits of Hooplife go far beyond the court.

Building Her New Career: Charleah’s Story

As soon as you begin chatting with Charleah – a recent high school graduate and winner of a Saskatchewan Youth Apprenticeship scholarship – her passion for carpentry shines through, guiding her forward as she starts her career in the trades.

Starting Over with the NCFC

Starting Over with the North Central Family Centre Moving into a place and discovering you have a great neighbour can be like winning the lottery. And that’s how Katherine – a mother of five, originally from Winnipeg – felt after settling in to her new home in Regina. Her neighbour, Cheryl, worked at the nearby […]

A Wish Comes True for Winnie

As a former hockey team captain, Preston Shupe knows a few things about determination and resilience. They’re traits that took him, his career, and his wife Mariah all the way to Belgium.