Page 1

FREE MAGAZINE

Barbara Cabrera

Vol. 3 - ISSUE 5 - MAY 2014

A Mother’s Love

REAL

Kids Off To Unive

Are you dealing with university or college applicatio children? Are they looking at moving out? Som may want to consider is purchasing an apartment, house for your children to live in.

My cousin and I both attended the University of S wan and had apartments down the hall from each would always mention to our parents that they shoul bought one, as we spent about $450/month for ov totalling $43,200!

What are rental rates these days? A two-bedroom is going to run you around $900 to $1500 per mont not look at purchasing and instead pay a mortgag gage will be less than rent! And, if your child has a who pays $500 or $600 – this could lessen your mo cial commitment.

Real estate usually appreciates over the two to four your child attends post secondary education. Sub you could also have another child going to school in as well, so you may have this investment for 6-8 ye

“If you buy a house or thr money off the rent coming i positive cash flow, which

So, to put this in perspective, at $1200 per month f potentially $57,600 could be spent on rent. Even a room is about $900 per month. At 4 years that w $43,200 spent on rent. This amount can be retaine a purchase.

If you buy, you would require a down payment. And sell, you could probably get the same price or per more than what you paid for the place. If you buy three-bedroom apartment, you can make money o coming in. Either would ensure you would have a po flow, which can help off set tuition/books costs!

This is usually not a decision regretted; instead it is w the foresight to make a prudent investment decis

IN THE SPOTLIGHT women’s Water polo

Travel concerns cathe offet

real estate 101 charmaine Luscombe

Fashion column by ASHLEY KILBACK | beauty column by Sara Lindsay | Hair column BY Joy Amistad


SEE OUR HUGE SELECTION IN OUR ALL NEW BBQ SHOWROOM

Regina 824 Fleury St. 306-781-8007

S a S k at o o n 2206 Speers ave. 306-244-2774


Proudly disPlaying our Products at these Fine show homes… Proudly Show Displaying Our Products homeS Show homeS at These Fine Show Homes… 5262 Aviator Crescent 5768 Pearsall Crescent 4245 Green Olive 258 North Shillington Road 4925 Wright Road 124 Emerald Ridge East

SHOW HOMES 8702 Sherwood Drive 5221 Tutor Way 3637 Green Cedar Court 4753 James Hill Road

SHOW HOMES Show homeS 4749 Hill Road 5325James Mitchenson Way 305 Brookview Drive 5254 Aviator Crescent 260 Thauberger Road 300N. Prairie View Drive

260 Thauberger Road 5237 Mitchenson Way 5278 Aviator Crescent 3502 Green Marsh Crescent

SHOW HOMES 4777 James Hill

5732 Pearsall Crescent

Show home

5294 Aviator Crescent SHOW HOME SHOW HOME 4837 Trinity Way 51 Paradise Circle

Show home

SHOW HOME Showing By Appointment 5002 Tutor Way

Show home

Coming Soon SHOW HOME 4535 Skinner Crescent

1600 8th Avenue, Regina - Phone: 525-9125 www.parklandcarpetoneregina.com 1600–8th Avenue, Regina | 306.525.9125


Features Vol. 3 - Issue 5 - May 2014

8 4 |

Cover Story Barbara Cabrera

FOR SASKATCHEWAN WOMEN | VOL. 3 ISSUE 5, MAY 2014

28

In The Spotlight Women’s Water Polo

19

Real Estate 101 CharMaine Luscombe


In this Issue

Our Team Publisher Compass Advertising Ltd. info@getcompass.ca

Cathe Offet coffet@cruiseshipcenters.com Jamaal Rashid saskatoon@nanotechrepair.ca

ART DIRECTOR & Managing Editor Mustapha Itani moe@getcompass.ca

GUEST Editor Jenn Smith Nelson jennsn@myaccess.ca

WRITERS Jessica Reimer jessica@paperplanecomm.com Jenn Smith Nelson jennsn@myaccess.ca Cheryl Kirkness cheryl@momsandmunchkins.ca Sara Lindsay info@saralindsay.ca Ashley Kilback ashkilback@gmail.com Joy Amistad carmeljoyamistad@gmail.com CharMaine Luscombe charmaineregina@gmail.com Gary Weisbrodt gjconstructs@mac.com

Graphic Designer & MAGAZINE COORDINATOR Courtney Larson courtney@getcompass.ca

15 Surface hair care

16 spring trend report 2014

Beauty column by Sara Lindsay

17 fashion in full bloom

Photographer Cover Story Darrol Hofmeister Sharpshooter Photography (306) 949 9113

Hair column by Joy Amistad

Fashion column by Ashley Kilback

20 tech update

By Jamaal Rashid

22 Design Matters Office Manager Debra Glettler info@getcompass.ca

By Gary Weisbrodt

24 brunch recipes Account Executives Don Hahn (306) 536 8478 don@getcompass.ca James Huber (306) 536 1995 james@getcompass.ca James Morrow (306) 502 0927 jmorrow@getcompass.ca Alison Abrahamson (306) 580 1245 alison@getcompass.ca

Copyright 2013: PINK Magazine for Saskatchewan Women is a Compass Advertising Ltd. publication, published monthly and distributed free on stands across Saskatchewan. All rights reserved by Compass Advertising Ltd. Reproduction in any form of any material in PINK Magazine is strictly prohibited without written consent. Any requests for duplication of any content should be sent to Compass Advertising Ltd.. Compass Advertising Ltd. makes every effort to ensure the accuracy of all of the information and ads that we publish. However, mistakes can happen and Compass Advertising Ltd., along with any affiliates, cannot be held responsible for any consequences arising from any errors or omissions other than the cost of the ad. Compass Advertising Ltd. reserves the right to refuse ads if deemed inappropriate.

Celebrate Mother’s Day

27 pink’s favourite things

Mother’s Day Gift Ideas

31 travelling with health concerns

By Cathe Offet

34 MOMS & MUNCHKINS

By Cheryl Kirkness

1816 9th Avenue North, Regina, SK. S4R 7T4 Tel: (306) 585 2064 • Toll Free 1 (888) 717 6655 Fax: (306) 585 2080 • Email: pink@getcompass.ca Website: pinkmagazine.ca facebook.com/pinkmagsask twitter.com/pinkmagsask

FOR SASKATCHEWAN WOMEN | VOL. 3 ISSUE 5, MAY 2014 | 5


Note from our Guest Editor

The days are getting longer! How do you plan to use all the extra sunlight to your advantage? I am always so impressed with those who have all of their summer plans laid out by May. You know the type. Their summer campsite reservations are made, plans to meet up with their favourite Photo by Kiriako Iatridis circles of likeminded folks are lined up and vacation days are of course, booked off from work already. I like to think of myself as an OK planner but truthfully I am not one of these incredibly organized people as described above. Are you? How do you keep everything on track? Some days I feel lucky to get through a full work day, pay a few bills and get supper on the table. When was the last time my children bathed? Well, um … it must have been this week … or was it? All kidding aside – life is busy. I for one could sure use some extra hours to go along with the extra sunlight. That said I could never be a trendsetter or predictor. I simply don’t have time or maybe I don’t care enough. But for those of you who pride yourself on being in the know, fashion forward thinker Ashley Kilback of Closet Space contributes her thoughts this month on one of spring’s hottest trends: florals. Ok, I maybe could have seen that one coming! As Ashley puts it, floral trends seem to be big each and every spring. Maybe I could get the hang of becoming more proactive after all. Ah, who am I kidding? I like flying by the seat of my pants way too much but I really admire those whose foresight I will never have. Kudos ladies! Feel free to share with us at PINK how you keep things in order. Or you can simply commiserate with me – that works too. We love hearing from you! Jenn Smith Nelson

PINK Magazine would like to congratulate Courtney Larson, our talented Graphic Designer, for winning the Town of Outlook Sign Design contest. CONGRATULATIONS! 6 |

FOR SASKATCHEWAN WOMEN | VOL. 3 ISSUE 5, MAY 2014

SUBSCRIBE TO PINK MAGAZINE Would you like PINK Magazine in your mailbox?

Subscribe now! www.pinkmagazine.ca


• New patients welcome • Emergency services available Dentistry including: orthodontics (notavailable by a specialist) and • General New patients welcome • Emergency services prosthodontics (not by a specialist) • General Dentistry including: orthodontics and prosthodontics (not by a specialist)

Dr. Greg Konotopetz | Dr. Kim Neudorf

3291 3291 Quance Quance St. St. E. E. || Regina, Regina, Sk. Sk. || 306-584-2833 306-584-2833 || toll toll free: free: 866-584-2833 866-584-2833 email: info@signaturesmiles.ca email: info@signaturesmiles.ca

www.signaturesmiles.ca

www.signaturesmiles.ca


Barbara Cabrera A Mother’s Love by Jessica Reimer

8 |

FOR SASKATCHEWAN WOMEN | VOL. 3 ISSUE 5, MAY 2014


Barbara Cabrera’s day begins the same as most mothers: she gets out of bed, gets dressed, fixes breakfast and prepares her beloved children – eight-year-old Saméa and five-year-old LeKai – for the day ahead. What sets the Cabrera household apart however is that while Saméa is considered neurotypical, her brother was diagnosed with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) shortly after his third birthday. The years leading up to and following this diagnosis have been rife with change and challenge, but the family remains a cohesive unit and Cabrera a fearless advocate for autism awareness and education.

WHOEVER SAID “WINNING ISn’t EVERYTHING” NEVER HAD TO FIGHT CANCER.

In the small city of Tubingnen,

“Global

Healthcare

Connections

have the as network and Germany, streets by proved It is estimated that onethe in 68cobblestone children is affected ASD. Itsthey classification a specconnections to coordinate and lead to a 10-story building with trum disorder means that behaviour and symptom severity for those with autism treatment, located deliverThis optimal health services. The varies alongstate-of-the-art a continuum, from low- to high-functioning. lifelong neurodeveloptrips were worth it, a PET scan back on the University campus, adjacent mental disorder is typically diagnosed within the first three years of life and common to a Comprehensive Cancer Center. in Germany in October of 2013 characteristics include difficulties with verbal and non-verbal communication and Individualized care is of utmost showed my cancer was, indeed, social interactions, sensory sensitivities, and a tendency toward familiarity and rougone. How can you feel better than importance, and it is well tine. Because of the wide variability of symptom expression, treatment is individualgreat?” Carynn asks. recognized in Germany, and under specific; a therapeutic technique that is helpful for one individual may be less so for the watchful eye of Prof. Med. Dr. Medical Travel and is noteffectiveness merely about another. There is a wealth research to support the importance Joachim Drevs, of Carynn received 5 savings, simply meet Adele at of early intervention order boosting, to optimize children with ASD’s physical, psychosocial weeks of in immune non-toxic Global Healthcare Connections and and other foundational skills. cancer treatments.

you could save more than you think… theexceeded rest of your life. Professor Drevs is his a Hematologist, Cabrera explained that during first year, LeKai met andlike even standard Oncologist, and standing Doctor ofand Internal milestones such as sitting, walking. One Thereshould was however, a significant not have to suffer an Medicine, having practiced in words. and concerning delay with his ability to produce hour, a day or a month longer than Germany, United States, and Africa. is reasonable, but thousands and integrative cancer “By the timeThe he turned one he still had nocenter languagethousands at all,” she says. “Looking back, of Canadians are includes aother pool,signs gym, that rehabilitation there were definitely he might be lingering autistic, but at the we were anxiously intime wait-list limbo and small café, the city is uninformed centre and unaware.” and the list gets longer every day. beautiful and in between Just because treatment isn’t life LeKai’s roadtreatments, to diagnosis was a long one and several consultations, exyou’re healthy enough to involved threatening doesn’t mean it isn’t vital your surroundings. No spent one is nearly aminations enjoy and procedures. The family two and a half years working to quality of life. It’s not about categorized by their and to pinpoint with an assortment of health carediagnosis, professionals cause of linguistic ‘queue’ the jumping, it’shisabout your is set noticed up specifically for avoided delay. Overtreatment time, Cabrera that LeKai health,eye andcontact what is and moreexhibited important the engagement, individual. “In both addition to labs, minimal social strong behavioural of autism. Shortly than indicators that? chemo-sensitivity blood tests, after these additional concerns were raised, LeKai was referred for a formal autism Picture a 50-year-old woman, eyeofexams, assessment,ultrasound, with wait hearing times in and excess six months to a year. The family was fortuoverweight and being slowly a PET/CT scan was also performed, nate enough to cross paths with a Saskatoon pediatrician who specialized in ASD, crippled by deteriorating knees, yet and here’s the kicker, in ONE day, I and who was able to make an official diagnosis in April 2012, months in advance of unable to have knee surgery until had the imaging reports and basic the anticipated assessment date. she’s lost the weight; a 20-year-old lab results. man whose premature hairlines For CabreraI and fiancé, Harry, there of relief and fear when they washerwell taken care of,was mya mixture makes him look not a day over 45; learned theirtreatment son was autistic. was in a lovely quiet, an individual with limited finances, dimly lit room, I saw my doctor, thatquite needs expensive “It was a difficult and emotional time,” she After says. “I was shocked and upset. dental The Professor Drevs every day. implants and crowns, or two someone, next morning, though, I realized that this was out of our control. We now had opthe five weeks, I came home to no matter what age, struggling with tions: we could cry, dwellthen and wonder what we’d done wrong or we could problem Saskatoon, returned to the medical and emotional rigors of solve how to make thisin a September good experience for our entire family and help our son.” Germany of 2012. cancer, knowing that odds of five The PET/CT scans showed the tumor year promising. Before LeKai enteredgone. into “ASD-specific programming, survival he wasaren’t assigned an Early two-thirds

By visiting another destination where the treatments for these and dozens more conditions aren’t just plentiful, but are more advanced and surprisingly affordable, people from all walks of life can have their health and happiness restored in weeks, not years. Medical travel or Medical tourism, as it is also referred, is not about queue jumping and it’s not about access for some elite, uber-wealthy segment of society, it’s for everyday people who are Travel tired ofisbeing in pain,about tired Medical not merely of life on a wait list, who want savings, simply meet Adeletheir at Global Connections lives andHealthcare their health re-stored. and you could more than Seeking care save abroad can you be think… likeHow the rest your life.and daunting. do of you find access licensed, respectable medical CONNECTING TO health professionals in YOU specialty •centres CosmetiC surgery located around the world?

• Dental Crowns anD implants should youCanCer ask, know, or •What integrative Care •expect? orthopeDiCs These are the questions •that weight surgery can beloss answered by Global Healthcare Connections. They have

CALL (306)with 974 top 2470facilities in connections IN SASKATOON ACCESS: locations all over theTO world—and in

most cases, they have actually

• advanced medical treatvisited the facilities to assure ments, technology and suppquality. matter where you go, portiveNotherapies.

GHC’s international network who know the destination country inside • a collaborative, multidisciplinary and out will, tend to your every team of cancer experts that need during after a workbefore, along side theand patient. treatment or procedure.

• treatments for the body, mind and spirit, to help patients fight the disease and maintain a high quality of life. Global Health Care Connections Inc. Unit C - 628 10th St. E. Saskatoon, SK. Phone: 306.974.2470

Childhood Interventions Programs (ECIP) team to assist with his physical dexterity and language. The initiative is funded by the Ministry of Education and offers programming and support to children with ASD and other cognitive challenges.

“ECIP got the ball rolling for us,” says Cabrera. “Everyone there was really great, full of information and offered very good support.” Even before the suspected diagnosis was confirmed, Cabrera approached the situFOR SASKATCHEWAN WOMEN | VOL. 3 ISSUE 5, MAY 2014 | 9


ation pragmatically and proactively. She took to the Internet, poring over scientific research and collecting resources and support services to help her and her family understand and plan for what lay ahead. Cabrera continues to establish and grow a supportive community in the Saskatoon area, but this has required a great deal of initiative and active effort on her part. She expressed some dismay at the lack of consolidated information offered to parents whose children are newly-diagnosed with ASD. “In the beginning, you really don’t know what you’re looking for, so some sort of handbook would be valuable,” she explains. “What I did like, though, was being able to do my research online and not have to leave the house or spend all day on the phone. This allowed me to continue to provide care for my kids.” Above all else, Cabrera’s biggest source of strength and most valuable resource has been the love and support of her fiancé. “Harry has always been there to listen and to calm me down, especially in the initial period when things were very difficult,” she says. As a result of their research, the couple elected to seek out a program offering Applied Behaviour Analysis (ABA), a popular therapeutic technique founded on the belief that behaviour is influenced by one’s environment. In an ABA program, behaviours are carefully observed by a trained therapist in order to determine their environmental triggers and reinforcers. Therapists encourage effective behaviours through a systemic process where skills are broken down into a series of simple, manageable steps. When Cabrera began her search for an ABA program in Saskatoon, she was disappointed to learn that none were currently available. After learning of several programs in the Calgary area, she and Harry decided to initiate the process of relocating their family to Alberta. However, just prior to their departure, the family learned of a new, government-funded pilot program offered through Autism Services of Saskatoon, a nonprofit organization providing advocacy, support, programming and other services to individuals with ASD and their families. “The [ABA Little Tots] pilot program was only accepting six children for its first session,” says Cabrera. “Almost twenty families applied to the program and LeKai was fortunate to be chosen as one of the six. The program has been one of the biggest and best things for LeKai and has helped me meet other parents going through the same kinds of things we are.”

10 |

FOR SASKATCHEWAN WOMEN | VOL. 3 ISSUE 5, MAY 2014


Children accepted to the program are provided with four onsite sessions and one home visit each week, totalling roughly 25 hours of weekly support from trained specialists. Families are also provided with tools and techniques to help facilitate a smooth transition between the program and home environments. Results for the initial cohort of children have been so positive that Autism Services of Saskatoon has since added a second intake group. They hope to continue to grow and expand the program in the coming years. Alex Scott, now the Director of Family Programs with Autism Services, was LeKai’s first behavioural therapist in the ABA Little Tots programs and spent over six months working directly with him. Scott spoke enthusiastically about LeKai’s progress during their time together, explaining how the two fed off each other’s light-heartedness and love of laughter. “When I first started working with LeKai, he displayed a lot of aggressive behaviours and was not able to effectively manage them,” says Scott, who worked with LeKai on a number

Cabrera described her son as very curious and inquisitive, with a pointed interest in learning about how things work. He has also developed a strong affinity for music and the arts and spends time each week with a music therapist engaging in song and dance. “LeKai loves to sing and could spend all day dancing,” she says.” It makes me so happy just to sit and watch him go. He’s always making connections and I love watching his little wheels turn.” Cabrera is also encouraged by the strong sibling bond developing between her two children. Over the past two years, Saméa and LeKai’s relationship has evolved from one with limited interaction and affection to one that is mutually engaging and enriching. Saméa teaches her brother important social skills and enjoys orchestrating games for the two to play. “LeKai absolutely adores his sister,” says Cabrera. “Whatever she does, he’s sure to follow suit. LeKai is really sweet and

“Autism is something to be understood, not to be afraid of. All of our children are special and I believe that cohesiveness among parents and our government will create a community that can do more for everyone.” of objectives, from verbalizing basic words to identifying objects. “In some ways we had to start from square one but the results were very encouraging. As his [aggressive] behaviours decreased, he became a lot more playful and was more responsive to communication and directives.” Since enrolling in Autism Services’ Little Tots program, LeKai has enjoyed marked improvements with both his vocabulary and social skills. He now attends an ABA pre-school in Saskatoon and works closely with the school board’s autism specialist to optimize his classroom experience. “When LeKai was first diagnosed, he had less than ten words and we wondered if he’d ever be able to speak,” says Cabrera. “At his last assessment, he had over 200 words. It’s been great to watch him gain skills he will carry with him for the rest of his life.” Scott, who also facilitated home visits during his time as a behavioural therapist, added that Cabrera and her fiancé’s devotion to LeKai’s well-being has played a pivotal role in his positive behavioural change. “Barbara and Harry are two amazing individuals. They were both very welcoming and supportive of the work I did with LeKai,” he says, adding that a positive relationship between the child, his or her family, and the behavioural therapist serves to enhance the child’s behavioural outcomes and overall adjustment.

affectionate, giving all of us lots of hugs and kisses. These are things we didn’t see a year ago.” Despite certain financial pressures and the challenges implicit in managing an ASD diagnosis, Cabrera and her fiancé’s love and commitment to both their children is unwavering. In fact, it is this very love and dedication that has fueled her desire to promote awareness about autism and breed a culture of acceptance and empathy. “Like any set of parents, we want what’s best for our children and we work hard to give them everything they need,” she says. “I’ve developed huge insight and appreciation for the challenges and successes that special needs families have. There are so many things we take for granted, like a simple ‘I love you.’ It wasn’t until LeKai was over four years old that I heard those words, and while they don’t come often, when I hear them it fills my heart.” Cabrera believes that autism’s inaccurate portrayal in the media, a lack of unification among various government ministries, and varying accessibility of programs and services across Canada have led to sweeping misconceptions about the disorder. This high degree of inconsistency may translate into inequitable therapeutic treatment for individuals with ASD and a sense of overwhelm for parents, who may be unaware of the resources available to them. “Autism is not a disease to be eradicated, nor is it something that destroys families,” she explains. “Autism is something FOR SASKATCHEWAN WOMEN | VOL. 3 ISSUE 5, MAY 2014 | 11


to be understood, not to be afraid of. All of our children are special and I believe that cohesiveness among parents and our government will create a community that can do more for everyone.” While Cabrera is focused on LeKai’s immediate needs, she is also cognizant of the kinds of difficulties and obstacles she and her family may encounter later in life. She dedicates a significant portion of her time and energy to those services designed for adolescents and adults with ASD. “I want to support a future for LeKai where he can attend school, make friends, graduate, work and have a normal life,” she says. “If I don’t support other parents and their struggles, they will likely be mine in the future. It’s time for change.” To learn more about the Autism Services of Saskatoon’s programs and other resources, visit their website (http://www. autismservices.ca/) or follow them on Facebook (https:// www.facebook.com/pages/Autism-Services-of-Saskatoon/333195500114558). Additional resources can also be found through the Government of Saskatchewan’s Health Services website (http://www.health.gov.sk.ca/autism-resources).

Supported by:

ARE YOU AN ENTREPRENEUR WITH A DISABILITY? Whether you are 16 or 65, we offer disability supports and business services free of charge, so you can move forward with your vision of starting a business. Some Support includeS: • Providing one-on-one or group training in business development. • Reducing barriers, in terms of disability issues. • Mentoring and consulting services. For more information: Call Brenda at (306) 757 7452 ext. 236 or email brenda@ssilcsk.ca www.ssilcsk.ca

12 |

FOR SASKATCHEWAN WOMEN | VOL. 3 ISSUE 5, MAY 2014


An Experience worthy of your Scrapbook! Rosebud is a jewel in the Canadian Badlands Nestled in a pretty little river valley, this hamlet boasts one of Canada’s premiere theatre destinations. Wildly popular Rosebud Theatre (rosebudtheatre.com • 1-800-267-7553) is the centrepiece and is famous for its delicious buffet, live music, and engaging performances. This summer is the not-to-bemissed, hilarious musical Chickens running from May 30 to August 30.

But there is more to Rosebud than just theatre… Attractions

Rosebud’s

Akokiniskway GALLERY

Accommodations

Akokiniskway Art Gallery In the historic United Church Rosebud Centennial Museum Artifacts from local pioneers & historical walking tour The Akokiniskway Golf Course 9-hole executive course, lush fairways Rose Cottage B&B therosecottagebb.com 403-677-2017 Freshly roasted coffee & a twocourse candlelight breakfast

Dining Wild Horse Jack’s 1-877-987-2999 Mouth-watering dishes on a western theme Thorny Rose Café fb.com/thornyrosecafe 403-677-2507 Licensed, lighter fare & specialty coffees

Actor’s Studio B&B actorstudiobandb.com 403-677-2611 Top-floor suite with large skylights, ample space

1-866-677-2211 • rosebudcountryinn.com 10 rooms with ensuite bathrooms • full

The Pie Shoppe 1-866-677-2211 Home-made pies in the afternoon at Rosebud Country Inn

the pie shoppe open Wednesday to Saturday from 2:00

- 4:30 pm

Shopping

breakfast included

Arbour Guest House arbourguesthouse.com 403-677-0007 2 rooms, private baths, guest living room, private entrance

Stage Door B&B 403-677-2397 Ensuite & private entrance, adjacent to Rosebud Theatre Opera House

Rosebud Country Inn rosebudcountryinn.com 1-866-677-2211 Ten luxurious rooms with ensuites & a stunning view

High Eagle RV Park higheaglervpark.com 403-677-2577 30-amp power & water sites, showers, washrooms, & fire pits

Rosebud Gifts and Crafts 403-677-2350 Find the perfect gift or memento to remember your visit Thorny Rose Café 403-677-2507 Unique new & upscale resale items Backstage Gifts 403-677-2550 Jewellery & accessories for the discerning lady Rosehip Gift Shop 403-677-2550 Unique artisan crafts

Rosebud is 20 minutes SW of Drumheller, about 1 hour NE of Calgary. Check out the community at www.rosebud.ca

Rosebud - an Experience to Remember!


ARGYLE boutique Dress for Who You Deserve to be Kenneth Cole, Annie 50, Bodybag by Jude, Point Zero, Kut from the Kloth

122-1820 McOrmond Dr. Saskatoon, SK 306-978-8889

Create your own business.

becauSe you can.

NEW ARRIVALS DAILY up to

70 OFF %

REGuLAR REtAIL pRICES oN FASHIoNS, FootWEAR, INtIMAtES & SLEEpWEAR

come Demo the entRepReneuR pRe-SeRieS multi-neeDle embRoiDeRy SeRieS. the buSineSS poSSibilitieS aRe viRtuallly enDleSS.

Cindy-Rella’s SEARS outLEt StoRE | 1908 7tH AvE. REGINA Sk. 14 |

FOR SASKATCHEWAN WOMEN | VOL. 3 ISSUE 5, MAY 2014

3847 Sherwood Dr., Regina, SK (306) 585-2227 cindy@sewcindy-rella.com www.sewcindy-rella.com


Surface Hair Care By Joy Amistad from Visions Salon and Spa, Saskatoon Wayne Grund is a third generation hairstylist from the small town of Watson, Saskatchewan. Wayne moved to Humbolt with his wife Debra and opened up their first hair salon in the back of Humbolt’s Auto Body Shop. The salon was 100 square feet. Wayne’s passion for hair grew quickly as did his clientele. He started working for Redken Professional Hair Care traveling world wide educating hairstylists. In 1992, he received the Canadian Educator of the year award. His work has been seen in Cosmopolitan and Vogue.

Visions Salon and Spa is Wayne’s Salon that is located in Saskatoon, SK Canada and was named in Canada’s top ten salons by Chatelaine Magazine. Call (306) 244-4443 and book an appointment at Visions Salon and Spa with Joy today and receive 20% off your next service.

Wayne was proud of all his accomplishments but something in his heart was searching for more. Over the last 30 years he noticed the health of fellow hairstylists seemed to be declining, and cancer was more abundant. He then started trying to understand why this was the case and what the common denominator could be. He started researching ingredients being used on hair - products stylists were using every day. His discovery was that many of these products had preservatives, parabens and chemicals that are listed as harmful for humans, and yet they were being used daily. Wayne quickly realized the importance of product ingredient awareness, as anything and everything that is placed on our skin gets absorbed into our blood stream. In 2008, as a result of his research, Wayne and his wife Debra created Surface Hair Care. Surface Hair care is an all-natural product line that originated in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan. All Surface products are formulated with sustainable harvested ingredients and certified botanicals. They are free of sulphates, gluten, parabens, animal protein, mineral oil phthalates and are also not tested on animals. There are now over 4,500 hair salons in North America that carry Surface products. It is incredible that a local business has grown so much in the last seven years.

Joy Amistad is a passionate hairstylist who originated in Vancouver and has continued to develop her talent by further training not only in Vancouver, but as well as Las Vegas, New York, Orlando, Miami and is now residing in Saskatoon. Her extended training has furthered her knowledge in precision cuts, hair colours and up styling. Hair is a fashion industry that is continually changing and growing; she truly values the importance of continually upgrading and enhancing her skills. She doesn’t believe hair dressing is just a job, it’s her passion. Joy is a stylist at Visions Salon and Spa in Saskatoon. FOR SASKATCHEWAN WOMEN | VOL. 3 ISSUE 5, MAY 2014 | 15


spring trend report 2014 By Sara Lindsay

It’s always exciting to see what looks will trickle down from the runways of the Fashion Weeks around the world and become seasonal trends.

Photo-Kiriako Iatridis Hair/Makeup- Sara Lindsay Model- Jade of Edge Agency

Here are some of the makeup looks we saw for Spring 2014. STRUCTURED LINER I’ve pictured an image here of a makeup I did with a very strong liquid eyeliner shape. Although this is a very dramatic version of it, this was actually similar to a look that was seen at Paris Fashion Week this season. The feline flick has been around for a long time but this season brought a modern update to the classic look. A more modest version of it however can be very wearable yet striking paired with a nude lip and voluminous lash.

The Matte Lip Colour in Timeless by Kevyn Aucoin

ORANGE LIP Rag & Bone at New York Fashion Week made a statement with a very bold, true orange lip. Although it may be out of the comfort zone for some, it really is worth a try. Surprisingly, this orange is very complementary on most people. A bare lid with mascara and just a hint of a warm coral blush is enough to complete this look. PASTELS Pastels on the eyes were seen as a wash of colour across the entire lid. This isn’t reinventing the wheel by any stretch. We typically see pastels in the spring and summer but there are very good reasons for that: they are pretty, very easy to work with and look great on everyone!

The Precision Liquid Liner by Kevyn Aucoin Rag & Bone Spring Summer 2014 at New York Fashion Week

Minty green, lavender, dusty blue and pale pinks are back again as tried and true favourites, and they really do brighten the face and create a youthful look. I love monochromatic looks with pastels as well. Try using the same colour across the lids, over the apples of the cheeks and on the lips with a shiny clear gloss to add a little texture. Peachy tones work well for this look. Take a little something away from each look to make it your own and have fun with it! All products shown are available at Sara Lindsay Makeup Studio.  For more in depth information, I offer private makeup lessons at my studio.

Wink Cream Eye Shadow by Butter London

Melissa and Leah offer full Aveda hair services in studio to complement all makeup services.

Photo- White Lotus Photo Art Hair- Christine Of Daniel Christopher Salon Makeup- Sara Lindsay using Aveda Wardrobe- Laurie Brown Model- Mercedes

3420 Hill Avenue in Regina www.saralindsay.ca • info@saralindsay.ca • (306) 347-7829

About the artist... Originally from Canada, and having spent many years of her career in the United Kingdom, Sara Lindsay is a professional makeup artist, with training from some of London’s top fashion academies. Having had the opportunity to work with some of Britain’s top artists, Sara brings an edge to her hometown of Regina. Sara’s professional experience includes runway work, editorial spreads, compelling commercial campaigns, weddings and special event clients. London Fashion Week and The London Clothes Show are just some of the highlights of her career. Sara was named Canadian Makeup Artist of the Year at The Mirror Awards 2011 and most recently was named a finalist for 2012. Sara’s successful freelance career, which complimented her time as a regional associate with MAC COSMETICS UK, gave her valuable experience in working closely with clientele to consult and direct their transformation to the extraordinary. In a consultative style, Sara works to achieve a look that is uniquely your own. 16 |

FOR SASKATCHEWAN WOMEN | VOL. 3 ISSUE 5, MAY 2014


FASHION IN FULL BLOOM By Ashley Kilback In the traditional manner of welcoming spring, it’s expected that when Mother Nature casts the cloud of April showers, the blossoming of May flowers will follow suit. Sadly, it’s quite common the expectations we have begin to dwindle with the indecisiveness of our climate, and the big bloom we anticipate is usually two months behind schedule. The existence of luscious gardens and bouquets of color come May is slim to none and we have no choice but to compromise with something we can rely on – our wardrobes. Before the last snow pile has melted into the abyss, the contents of our closets are already under seasonal renovation to make way for the abundance of floral that is about to bury the existence of our knit sweater collection. This spring, just like every other, floral trends are a big deal. Maybe it’s because they come as a variety pack of choices that allow us to dress as a giant rose one-day and a walking hibiscus the next. Or maybe, it’s in spite of Mother Nature and her ever so frequent seasonal delays. Whatever it is, we might as well get as much wear time as we can before the flower wilts. If you’re jumping on the floral trend wagon this spring, there are two pieces of wardrobe advice I will leave with you. First, don’t just buy the bouquet if you can commit to the garden. If that cute floral blazer you’re dying to have comes with a pant component, you best take up that two for one offer. Second, plant a pop of color next to your floral accouterment. Spring is all about making life colorful again, so go ahead and embrace those bold hues.

Photo Credit: Christina Bourne of My Boots Photography Floral Pant Suit is from Uforia/Muse Floral Shorts and Top from Cade Style Lounge

Ashley Kilback Founder and Writer of Closet Space. www.closetspace.ca FOR SASKATCHEWAN WOMEN | VOL. 3 ISSUE 5, MAY 2014 | 17


Whether you’d like some rest and relaxation or are looking to get a bit rambunctious, there’s so much to see and do that you’ll want to spend a night or two. Minot has great shopping, great food and drinks, great hotels with great rates and great people all around — Sounds great, doesn’t it? Plan your trip and get up-to-date city-wide hotel listings at visitminot.org.

visitminot.org

Semi-Privacy Fence with Lattice Accent

Solid Privacy Fence

Privacy Fence with Picket Accent

Decking and Balcony Railing

• Clean Installation • Built to last a lifetime • Maintence Free • Beautiful styles and a variety of colors available •

RECEIVE ONE FREE GATE with fence purchase ordered before May 30, 2014 (Minimum 36 ft.)

ASk ABout ouR hARwARe uPgRADeS! 418 Quebec St. Regina, Sk

306-546-3990

www.glacierglass.com • pvcfence@glacierglass.com 18 |

FOR SASKATCHEWAN WOMEN | VOL. 3 ISSUE 5, MAY 2014


REAL ESTATE 101 Comfree? Real Estate Agent? FSBO? There are a lot of choices when it comes to buying a home. What is an FSBO? The answer is: For sale by owner. When looking to buy, it’s likely you are considering all of these options. Communicate with your agent; you can be represented in all these deals or venues by an agent. Be open and honest so your agent can REPRESENT your best interests and negotiate your best deal with a COMFREE owner or FSBO owner. The bottom line is someone wants to SELL and someone wants to BUY...let your AGENT work their magic and you can feel comfortable knowing you are being professionally represented. In the mean time, here are a few things to consider when house hunting... Living room and family room: Is it large enough to fit all of your furniture? Are the rooms conducive to family get-togethers and entertaining? Do you need a separate living room and family room?

“The bottom line is someone wants to SELL and someone wants to BUY...let your AGENT work their magic and you can feel comfortable knowing that you are being professionally represented.” Kitchen: Is it important to have enough space to eat comfortably in the kitchen as well as the dining room? Does the kitchen have all of the cupboard and storage space you need? Will your fridge fit? Bathroom: Is the main floor bathroom uncomfortably small? Does the ensuite bathroom have all the features you desire, such as a large tub and/or separate shower? Do you need double sinks?

Storage space: This is particularly important if you’re shopping for a condo. Does the storage space or locker offer enough space? Closets: Are there enough closets? Is there a linen closet? Garage: Homeowners use the garage for more than just cars. If you plan to use this space for storage or hobbies, check that the garage will be suitable for those purposes.

Bedrooms: Is the master bedroom large enough to fit your bed and other furniture? Does it have the closet space you need? Are the other bedrooms large enough for your needs? It’s a good idea to take note of the measurements of these rooms as it can be difficult to judge measurements during a viewing.

Want more tips on selecting your next dream home? Call today!

Basement: Does the basement size and orientation fit with your renovation plans? Does it have the storage space you need?

CharMaine

Be sure to LIVE your Dream, ‘Til next month ...

By CharMaine Luscombe, B.A, B.Ed Broker, Commercial, Farm, Residential Agent

Homelife Prairie Realty Tel. (306) 535 3948 CharmaineRegina@gmail.com www.CharmaineRealty.com FOR SASKATCHEWAN WOMEN | VOL. 3 ISSUE 5, MAY 2014 | 19


TECH UPDATE What’s next for Apple? Apple for the better part of the last decade has been undoubtedly controlling the handheld market with style. Innovation has been their key ingredient allowing them to generate new product categories, while at the same time enhancing other areas, establishing their reputation as a global trend-setter in the tech world. Its founder, Steve Jobs, is regarded as one of the most influential figures of our time. He was directly involved with the production of revolutionary products that transformed the way we listen to music, manage our business, keep in touch with family, and most importantly, how to stay connected. Apple has been creating attractive devices since it was founded back in 1976; however it was only in the last 15 years that the company set itself apart and revolutionized the technology industry. With an iPhone refresh just around the corner and the MacBook line up getting their yearly refresh, what’s next for Apple? Technology has proven that sky is the limit and the only limitation is our imagination. A deep dive into Apple reveals speculations that the next big thing coming out of Cupertino will be in the wearable department, i.e. a new watch or even new glasses. Apple will also attempt to bring its world to your home by trying to seamlessly incorporate its IOS world to your living room kitchen and even bedroom. Of course this is already in affect by such products like Apple TV, but I believe we will see a lot more innovation in that category.

By Jamaal Rashid

of our lives are Microsoft and Sony. The Xbox and the PlayStation consoles are the closest any manufacturer has come to creating a product that the whole family can use while sitting at the TV. The variability of the consoles have brought their own ideas to what the TV should do, whether its communicating with friends, exercising, watching TV or even browsing the internet. These devices are no longer viewed as just gaming consoles but have slowly over the years become the go-to-devices for any couch potato. Apple TV was a great start but year over year we have seen very little progress in the application of Apple TV, providing a category where Apple can engrain its place and make some progress. I believe we should be seeing a dramatic refresh to the beautiful little box probably in 2015. And we should see this product category become a little more than just a ‘’Hobby” to the fruit company.  So Apple, what is next? We are anxiously waiting.

The American tech giant will demonstrate with ease why 2014 will be an ‘Apple’ year. Apple will surely surpass all expectations and deliver, yet again, beautiful products. I for one am anxious to see what‘s in store for the rumored iWatch. The idea that we can control what we do on our phone from our watch appeals to me and could potentially appeal to those eager to move away from handheld devices. In my opinion the closest companies to have successfully entered every aspect

REGIna 2743 Avonhurst Drive, Regina, SK • 1 (306) 569 6266 • info@nanotechrepair.ca SaSkatoon 9, 834 - 51st Street, Saskatoon, SK • 1 (306) 384 6266 • saskatoon@nanotechrepair.ca

nanotechrepair.ca 20 |

FOR SASKATCHEWAN WOMEN | VOL. 3 ISSUE 5, MAY 2014


“Walls and Floors for Your Outdoors” paving stones • retaining walls • architectural slabs

Natural Rock • Water Features • Slates ExpErtisE DOEsn’t COmE FrOm a Big BOx

But you can find it at D&J Paving Stones. Visit our Show Space today! Quality Products • Expert Advice

Visit our showroom at 1515 toronto st., regina 306.789.2043

www.djpavingstones.com


HOUSE PLANS © Gary Weisbrodt

gjConstructs HOUSE

OF

DESIGN

DESIGNMATTERS DETAILSMATTER PICK & CHOOSE YOUR ENVIRONMENTAL OPTIONS

Smart Clients Just Like You Get Exactly What They Want

Creating a new home is a journey of discovering who you are, what you want, how you want to live and where you want to be. It’s a chance for you to define your relationship to the world, to your family and to yourself. Creating a home is more than building “3 bedrooms, 2½ bathrooms.” It is so much more than the sum of a few parts. Custom homes are not altered stock plans from a builder’s catalogue or from a book of plans. The truth is, great design does not mean some glass box that every architect loves but no one could live in. Great design is a house that functions better, costs less to build, is more efficient to run and maintain, and gets you more for less.

Details – Main Floor

HOW TO GET YOUR FREE CUSTOM HOME UNLIMITED DESIGN SERVICE YOU GET YOUR FREE DESIGN BY COMPLETING TWO EASY STEPS 1. Contact gjConstructs 2. Use one of the approved custom home builders.

What Dreams Are Made Of If you are like most people, you want a comfortable place to live, one that fits your tastes as well as your pocketbook. All of gjConstructs custom home designs prove that style and good planning make your home economical to build, affordable to live in and a joy now and in the years to come. A Wonderful World of Beauty In your gjConstructs home, you live in a world of beauty… beauty that is achieved by grace and line, skillful combining of materials and harmonious blending of colours. “Simple Elegance” is the expression used by your friends in describing first impressions of a gjConstructs design. A Wonderful World o f Luxury Luxury and good taste are brought within your financial reach through gjConstructs design, construction techniques and buying power. Elegant master bedroom—dressing room—bathroom suites; extra room for hobbies, guests, homework; abundant storage … and many many more features…in the Wonderful World of gjConstructs. A Wonderful World Of Convenience Live your New Way of Life surrounded by every convenience imaginable! The carefully developed gjConstructs floor plans create more usable living space, inside and out, than is offered in any other home! Step-saving, work-saving space-arra ngement construction and material innovations and the latest built-in appliances add time to your day and years to your life. 22 |

FOR SASKATCHEWAN WOMEN | VOL. 3 ISSUE 5, MAY 2014

Together we completed the needs assessment, functional areas and schematic design phases. We now pick up at the preliminary design stage. Preliminary designs used to be hand drawn renderings portraying ideas. Technology has changed the process and drawing even though more formal looking is still meant to be fluid to new design ideas. So please do not let the formal nature of the drawings fool you. Kitchen This is where the family meets to hang out, work and dine in one central space. It has a spacious kitchen island to serve as a primary and secondary workspace, extra storage, or a spot for many cooks to spread out. One hundred and twenty square feet of area contains the kitchen. Extra space between the European style appliance wall and the large island provides room to move. Space for all family members in their hurry to get ready in the mornings. The sit-down part of the island is set at standard table height so the dining room chairs serve both functions. This family has great ideas. Dining Room One hundred and forty square feet is expandable to twice that much which makes for a flexible plan. Just slide the living room furniture towards the reading space and presto, twice the space. Large family gatherings are a snap. A BBQ patio extends the dining room space to the outdoors. Enclosed on three sides with a roof over provides for convenience and privacy. Family Room The fireplace entertainment focal point divides the long wall between two matching ventilating windows. Sun screened windows have working doors leading to a future deck. The fireplace contains a smart hidden from view TV and entertainment unit. The absence of coffee and end tables play to the minimal approach to design and gives the children the space for Wii play.


W

e have taken up the role of modernizing the California Modern, Cape Code, Craftsman, Saltbox, American Foursquare and Modern architectural styles, and promoting an appealing affordable living option for middle-class families. Rather than reproducing traditional homes, gjConstructs refigures the design to include modern amenities to address your demands for increased privacy and up to date technology. Simplicity, functionality and livability remain prevalent features of Gary’s updated designs.

Powder Room Powder rooms are a must for this, and for the most part all twostory homes. It is difficult to design in an 800 square foot open floor plan. The family and I agree that the door to the powder room functions best when hidden. A stub wall added to reduce the viewing angles to near zero is a possibility. But, it reduces the grand entry. A custom sand blasted glass is one solution for the stub wall.

Second Floor Plan

Enclosed Porch Another double duty space. Perfect for keeping both heating and cooling dollars in the pocket. But beyond that well designed, dedicated seasonal storage is key. Sports equipment and seasonal items kept in a garage collect a lion’s share of off-season dust. Dedicated Drop Zone – The Vestibule Sometimes called the mudroom for obvious reasons. Double swing or sliding pocket doors provide a quick way to hide the occasional less than tidy view to this space. A bench to park yourself on for easy boot removal and planned storage make this one of the more important and under rated areas in the home.

Basement Floor Plan

Future Editorials Follow along with us and discover the many secrets of a properly designed home. © Gary Weisbrodt

Added Reading • BLOG Design Matters Details Matter: gjconstructs.wordpress.com • Facebook: Search “gjConstructs” • Home: gjconstructs.weebly.com • LinkedIn: linkedin.com/in/gjconstructs • Houzz: houzz.com/pro/garyweisbrodt

Main Floor Plan

Contact 306 351-0907 gjconstructs@mac.com FOR SASKATCHEWAN WOMEN | VOL. 3 ISSUE 5, MAY 2014 | 23


shirley temple

eggs benedict

bananas Foster belgian waFFles

Makes 1 Serving

Makes 4 Servings

Makes 4 Waffles

1/2 cup orange juice 1/2 cup lemon-lime flavored carbonated beverage 1 tablespoon grenadine syrup 1 maraschino cherry

4 egg yolks 3 1/2 tablespoons lemon juice 1 pinch ground white pepper 1/8 teaspoon Worcestershire sauce 1 tablespoon water 1 cup butter, melted 1/4 teaspoon salt 8 eggs 1 teaspoon distilled white vinegar 8 strips Canadian-style bacon 4 English muffins, split 2 tablespoons butter, softened

1 1/3 cups all-purpose flour 3/4 teaspoon baking soda 2 teaspoons white sugar 1/4 teaspoon salt 3 eggs 1 1/2 teaspoons vanilla extract 1 1/3 cups milk 1/3 cup melted butter 2 teaspoons baking powder 1/4 cup butter 2/3 cup brown sugar 2 teaspoons rum flavored extract 2 teaspoons vanilla extract 1/2 teaspoon ground cinnamon 1/4 cup whole pecans 1/2 cup pancake syrup 3 bananas, cut into 1/2 inch slices 1 cup heavy cream 1/4 teaspoon vanilla extract 1 tablespoon confectioners’ sugar

Directions: 1. In a tall glass, combine orange juice and lemon-lime soda. Pour grenadine in and let it sink to the bottom. Garnish with a maraschino cherry and a straw for stirring.

blueberry sauce

Makes 8 Servings 2 cups fresh or frozen blueberries 1/4 cup water 1 cup orange juice 3/4 cup white sugar 1/4 cup cold water 3 tablespoons cornstarch 1/2 teaspoon almond extract 1/8 teaspoon ground cinnamon Directions: 1. In a saucepan over medium heat, combine the blueberries, 1/4 cup of water, orange juice, and sugar. Stir gently, and bring to a boil. 2. In a cup or small bowl, mix together the cornstarch and 1/4 cup cold water. Gently stir the cornstarch mixture into the blueberries so as not to mash the berries. Simmer gently until thick enough to coat the back of a metal spoon, 3 to 4 minutes. Remove from heat and stir in the almond extract and cinnamon. Thin sauce with water if it is too thick for your liking. 24 |

Directions: 1. To Make Hollandaise: Fill the bottom of a double boiler part-way with water. Make sure that water does not touch the top pan. Bring water to a gentle simmer. In the top of the double boiler, whisk together egg yolks, lemon juice, white pepper, Worcestershire sauce, and 1 tablespoon water. 2. Add the melted butter to egg yolk mixture 1 or 2 tablespoons at a time while whisking yolks constantly. If hollandaise begins to get too thick, add a teaspoon or two of hot water. Continue whisking until all butter is incorporated. Whisk in salt, then remove from heat. Place a lid on pan to keep sauce warm. 3. Preheat oven on broiler setting. To Poach Eggs: Fill a large saucepan with 3 inches of water. Bring water to a gentle simmer, then add vinegar. Carefully break eggs into simmering water, and allow to cook for 2 1/2 to 3 minutes. Yolks should still be soft in center. Remove eggs from water with a slotted spoon and set on a warm plate 4. While eggs are poaching, brown the bacon in a medium skillet over mediumhigh heat and toast the English muffins on a baking sheet under the broiler. 5. Spread toasted muffins with softened butter, and top each one with a slice of bacon, followed by one poached egg. Place 2 muffins on each plate and drizzle with hollandaise sauce. Sprinkle with chopped chives and serve immediately.

FOR SASKATCHEWAN WOMEN | VOL. 3 ISSUE 5, MAY 2014

Directions: 1. Preheat a Belgium waffle iron. Whisk together the flour, baking soda, baking powder, white sugar, and salt in a bowl; set aside. 2. Whisk together the eggs, 1 1/2 teaspoons vanilla extract, and milk in a bowl. Stir in the melted butter and flour mixture until a slightly lumpy batter forms. Cook the waffles in the preheated iron until steam stops coming out of the seam, about 2 minutes. 3. Meanwhile, melt 1/4 cup of butter in a saucepan over medium heat. Stir in the brown sugar, rum extract, 2 teaspoons vanilla extract, and cinnamon. Bring to a simmer, the stir in the pecans and continue simmering for 1 minute. Stir in the pancake syrup and bananas, continue cooking until the bananas soften, about 4 minutes. 4. Beat the heavy cream, 1/4 teaspoon of vanilla and confectioners’ sugar with an electric mixer in a medium bowl until firm peaks form. 5. Once waffles are done, spoon bananas Foster sauce over waffle and top with a dollop of whip cream.


French toast

broccoli Quiche

hash browns

Makes 2 Slices

Makes 6 Servings

Makes 4 Servings

1/4 cup all-purpose flour 1 cup milk 1 pinch salt 3 eggs 1/2 teaspoon ground cinnamon 1 teaspoon vanilla extract 1 tablespoon white sugar 12 thick slices bread

2 tablespoons butter 1 onion, minced 1 teaspoon minced garlic 2 cups chopped fresh broccoli 1 (9 inch) unbaked pie crust 1 1/2 cups shredded mozzarella cheese 4 eggs, well beaten 1 1/2 cups milk 1 teaspoon salt 1/2 teaspoon black pepper 1 tablespoon butter, melted

2 medium russet potatoes, shredded 1/2 medium onion, finely chopped 1/4 cup all-purpose flour 1 egg 1 cup oil for frying, or as needed salt and pepper to taste

Directions: 1. Measure flour into a large mixing bowl. Slowly whisk in the milk. Whisk in the salt, eggs, cinnamon, vanilla extract and sugar until smooth. 2. Heat a lightly oiled griddle or frying pan over medium heat. 3. Soak bread slices in mixture until saturated. Cook bread on each side until golden brown. Serve hot.

Directions: 1. Preheat oven to 350 degrees F (175 degrees C). 2. Over medium-low heat melt butter in a large saucepan. Add onions, garlic and broccoli. Cook slowly, stirring occasionally until the vegetables are soft. Spoon vegetables into crust and sprinkle with cheese. 3. Combine eggs and milk. Season with salt and pepper. Stir in melted butter. Pour egg mixture over vegetables and cheese. 4. Bake in preheated oven for 30 minutes, or until center has set.

Directions: 1. Rinse shredded potatoes until water is clear, then drain and squeeze dry. Place shreds in a bowl, and mix in the onion, flour and egg until evenly distributed. 2. Heat about 1/4 inch of oil in a large heavy skillet over medium-high heat. When oil is sizzling hot, place potatoes into the pan in a 1/2 inch thick layer. Cover the whole bottom of the pan, or make separate piles like pancakes. Cook until nicely browned on the bottom, then flip over and brown on the other side. It should take at least 5 minutes per side. If you are cooking them in one big piece, it can be cut into quarters for easier flipping. 3. Remove from pan, and drain on paper towels. Season with salt and pepper and serve immediately.

brunch Recipes

Celebrate Mother’s Day this year with Breakfast in Bed! FOR SASKATCHEWAN WOMEN | VOL. 3 ISSUE 5, MAY 2014 | 25


Flights

Car Rentals

Hotels

12167 Wascana HeigHts Regina sK $699,900

Do youExpedia have CruiseShipCenters a passion for travel? 4053 Albert St., Regina, SK, S4S 3R6 Tel: (306) 586 2890 Cell: (306) 535 7649 www.cruiseshipcenters.com/CarmenBrown

JoIN ouR

TEAM

2,171 sq. ft. open concept home with beautiful new basement development & a spectacular location backing onto a park in Wascana View, Gorgeous kitchen. hardwood floors, large windows, vaulted ceiling, All custom blinds included, and more!

CHANGE YouR LIFE Discover the flexibility & fun of selling dream vacations

REGINA 4053 Albert St. • Tel: (306) 586 2890 regina@cruiseshipcenters.com • Toll Free: 1-877-551-3272

Call: CharMaine Luscombe, HomeLife Prairie Realty Residential, Farm and Commercial

306-535-3948 www.CharmaineRealty.com

www.cruiseshipcenters.com/regina

Which

Norwegian Gold

CritiCal Omega

is right for you?

Super CritiCal Omega

ultra epa

New look, same great formula!

• Improves

• Supports

• Fights

• Increases

• Promotes

• Helps arthritis

• Maintains

• Eases

• Lowers

overall health

heart health

brain function

mood balance

eye health

To learn more about Norwegian Gold fish oils please visit us at www.renewlife.ca

26 |

fish oil

digestive issues

$3

FOR SASKATCHEWAN WOMEN | VOL. 3 ISSUE 5, MAY 2014

inflammation and joint pain triglycerides

Receive $3 Off Your Next Purchase Of Any Norwegian Gold Fish Oil* Dear Retailer: Renew Life Canada Inc. will reimburse the full value of this coupon on the purchase of the product specified. Other applications may constitute fraud. Applications for reimbursement received after 6 months from the expiry date, as indicated below, will not be accepted. Failure to send in, on request, that sufficient stock was purchased in the previous 90 days to cover the coupons will void coupons. Coupons submitted become the property of Renew Life Canada Inc. Reimbursement will be made only to the retail distributor who redeemed the coupon. For redemption, mail to: Renew Life Canada • 8 - 1273 North Service Road East • Oakville, ON • L6H 1A7. * Limit one coupon per purchase. Coupon expires June 30, 2014. Signature:

Phone:


Get your mom a North Face jacket or clothing piece this Mother’s Day. For a great selection of fashionable & functional North Face jackets, shop The North Face Regina. We have everything your mom needs to stay comfortable in the outdoors no matter what the weather man sends our way.

The North Face Regina at 2018 Park Street (corner of Park & Vic) • 306-586-8631 • www.thenorthfaceregina.com

A little treasure full of lifes most beautiful things. Home, Gift, Lasting Impressions, Jewellery, Stationary

Give Mom the gift of air she loves with Lampe Berger! Fragrance, purify and kill odours all at the same time! Lamps and fragrances for every taste. Come and check on the specials in Lampe Berger and other wonderful gift ideas for Mom’s Special Day! 777 Albert Street, Regina, SK 306-352-3916 • basketcases@sasktel.net

“Magpies Picnic . . . If You Can’t Stay, Take It Away!” Mother’s Day Gift Cards Available

3030 13th Ave. Regina, SK • 306-352-2605 info@solitudesoul.com

4059 Albert Street Regina, SK 306-546-4647 • magpies@sasktel.net

Antique Collection by WellnessMats® - Polished comfort, timeless style™. Cook, clean, and create in complete comfort and style guaranteed. No trip, no slip, no kidding! Standing is believing®

Mother’s Day Mediterranean Dinner Buffet

3418 Hill Ave. Regina, SK • 306-359-7773 Northgate Mall Regina, SK • 306-352-7773 • www.kitchengear.ca

2161 Rose Street Regina, SK 306-352-5374 • info@abstractionscafe.com

Sunday May 11 Buffet Served at 7:00PM Reservation Required

FOR SASKATCHEWAN WOMEN | VOL. 3 ISSUE 5, MAY 2014 | 27


InINthethe Spotlight spotlIght

SASK EXPORTS BOUND FOR GOLDEN STATE By Jenn Smith Nelson

Alexandra Massier

Lorrie Dobni

by Lee Parent

The two super talents are also current teammates. When looking to schools in the U.S., it was clear for both the right team fit was priority. “To have a close team bond was important to me and I just felt very at home with the Long Beach girls,” said Massier. Yule also stated her choice was made on feeling right at home at Northridge, and added that the team “had great values and I felt like I fit in.” That team bond, said Massier is of the utmost importance. She also noted other key characteristics, which aided her accomplishments as a water polo athlete, such as personal development, self-discipline and drive. But the nod to the tight knit team was a reoccurring theme from both Massier and Yule.

Have you ever heard the expression ‘there must be something in the water’? Well, in Saskatchewan’s case, it’s true. The province will soon be shipping off two of its richest and celebrated water polo exports, athletes Alexandra Massier and Amy Yule. The Regina born pair has certainly made a splash in the world of water polo. Soon enough they will be heading off to California colleges on full sports scholarships thanks to 18 collective years of hard work and dedication in the sport. Although water polo seems to have a bit of a lower profile compared to other sports in the province, there is no question on the extreme physicality it takes to reach the top tier. Games last about 45 minutes and require players to tread water for several minutes at a time, while playing strategically and defensively. Meanwhile players watch and read every teammate’s moves anticipating consequent actions. At the top level of the sport, players have learned precisely how and where their teammates want the ball. They come to understand each other almost as well as they know themselves. That type of teammate dependency is something Massier and Yule have come to know and expect after years of playing the sport at a national level. For the duo to play at such a high level requires serious time commitment with practices occurring during every ounce of spare time, including lunches. Training about 15 hours a week, Massier and Yule attend seven practices, including lunch practices on Monday, Wednesday and Friday, with night practices every night except Friday.

28 |

FOR SASKATCHEWAN WOMEN | VOL. 3 ISSUE 5, MAY 2014

Massier, 18, started her career in the sport at the young age of 7 after happening upon a promotional flyer from school. Now with 11 seasons under her belt, her teammates have simply become her best friends and other family. And although leaving the group is indeed a significant change, the opportunity to live somewhere new and learn new skills from a new batch of girls is a prospect that excites the teen. Massier will be adding her acceptance and scholarship at Long Beach State University in California to a long list of accomplishments in water polo. She has played in eight national championships with Team Saskatchewan and this past summer, had the opportunity to join and experience international play with the Canadian Junior National Team. Proudest moments for Alexandra include being named Most Valuable Player at the 2013 Alberta Open and making the starting line up alongside Amy, for the Junior Pan-American Games in Argentina last year, where the team placed second. Without question, Massier is a motivated and ambitious spirit. She shared however, that it is her sister who provides her with a great deal of inspiration. Another natural born athlete, Massier’s sister Kendell has proven her ability in a number of sports, often times reaching national level finishes only to find that she wants to try something new. After years of competing in gymnastics and diving, she is now onto rowing. “To have the courage to quit something your good at to find something else you “might” be good at it, is so brave. That is courage and perseverance.” Perseverance and hard work are words it would seem well understood by the Massier household. Amy Yule’s inspiration however, draws a direct line back to her team and their accomplishments. “I have been with the same group of girls for so long that when I see someone go on and play with the Senior National Team, and another go and play


for Hawaii, it really is something to look up too,” stated Yule. In addition to the great team atmosphere the sport facilitates, the 17-year-old high school senior confided that her love for water polo really comes down to the game itself. “I really enjoy the intensity of every moment that really make games so much fun,” said Yule. Born to compete, her list of accomplishments in the sport is equally impressive to Massier, especially given that she has had four less years in the sport. Amy reflected with pride on her most notable achievements inducing making the national team two summers in a row and attending the Commonwealth Games. And for someone who looks forward to every game, Yule shared her excitement for the upcoming nationals, and added that she hopes to have the chance to make more national teams in coming years. Yule, who has been in the sport for seven years, recently accepted a scholarship with California State University, Northridge. Her start with the sport began when she sport attended the “I Love Water Polo” program. Loving it instantly and showing an ingrained aptitude, she quickly transferred to the competitive program. The idea of continuing to develop as an athlete is something Amy has always understood and there’s little doubt it’s a reason she has found ongoing success in the sport. “Determination is key. If you want to go far with your sport, you need to expand on your talent that you have, you can’t just depend on talent,” shared Yule. She looks to her future at Northridge as a giant opportunity, one that she is extremely excited about.

New? Like New Again? For your home and living supplies...

Bring it on! WITH 3 REGINA LOCATIONS North 655 Albert Street

East 2325 Prince of Wales Drive

South 4520 Albert Street

That opportunity, of accessing a full sports scholarship is no easy feat shared Massier and Yule, especially in the U.S. where athletes from Canada are more likely to be unknown and unproven. For those looking to follow their footsteps and achieve a sports scholarship, both advised to start early and be proactive. SAT’s - standardized testing for college entry in the U.S., should be done as early as possible, in the event you need to repeat the challenging test. Massier’s words of wisdom included: “If you want a scholarship start as soon as you enter grade 11 by sending out emails to the coaches. Tell them what you play, where you’re from, major accomplishments, your coaches name, attach transcripts, and what you are looking for in the NCAA. Many won’t reply but many will, do not wait for them to contact you, that is very important. Take the your future into your own hands.” Now that their university choices are decided, both look forward to a future in health related career paths. Massier will focus on health administration services, at least to start, and Yule in Kinesiology, with sights set on becoming a Physiotherapist. Before they head out, both girls will be competing at the 18U Nationals this year in Quebec City. From all of us here at PINK, best of luck to you both at Nationals and with your new teams in California. L to R: Amy Yule, Abi Fries, Auriel Bill and Alexandra Massier FOR SASKATCHEWAN WOMEN | VOL. 3 ISSUE 5, MAY 2014 | 29


Pink Magazine is always looking to feature great Saskatchewan women that are making a difference. Do you know someone with a story worth sharing? Please email us today.

great saskatchewan women stories

info@getcompass.ca

3121 Saskatchewan Drive, Regina, SK S4T 1H6 • P: (306) 352 6044 • F. (306) 359 7425 Hours: Monday to Friday - 8:30AM to 5:30PM

30 |

FOR SASKATCHEWAN WOMEN | VOL. 3 ISSUE 5, MAY 2014


Travelling wiTh healTh concerns By Cathe Offet

Service dogs are typically permitted onboard cruise ships but may not be allowed to disembark at all ports. So again, it is important to work with a professional to ensure you are choosing an itinerary which will allow you to fully experience the ports of call. As well as mobility aids, oxygen is available for stateroom delivery onboard. It is extremely important that the cruise line is aware of any special needs at time of booking to ensure all of the required arrangements can be met. Royal Caribbean is the first cruise line designated as “Autism Friendly”, a certification standard designed for cruise lines.It is awarded to cruise lines whose efforts ensure their products and services are accessible for inclusion and participation by, the autism and developmental disability community.

If you have been hesitating on taking a vacation due to mobility or health issues - cruising may be the vacation alternative that will work for you.

Dialysis services are available on a number of cruises that pro& vide a Vacation renal care specialistCoach team consisting of aTravel Nephrologist, Insurance Rail Tours Packages dialysis nurses and certified technicians. These are offered on select cruise sailings with a number of cruise lines. Ask for specific cruise lines and itineraries which provide these services.

Food allergies are very common and cruise lines take them very seriously. We have had many passengers who are celiac or travelling with children with severe allergies, and they all have returned with stories of the amazing service and care that was taken to limit their exposure to any allergens.

Contact a travel professional for specific information on services available that will support any of the special needs that you, or a travelling companion may have in order to ensure that you have a wonderful vacation. Car Rentals Flights Hotels

Most lines will have the Chef or the Maître d’ meet with you on the first day of the cruise to review menus. They will ensure required ingredient changes can be made and that you are able to fully participate in the pleasures of cruise ship dining options. Cruise ships take away many of the challenges commonly faced by people with mobility issues. Accessibility features vary from ship to ship – but typically cruise ships are extremely accessible. If you choose not to bring your own mobility device, rentals of wheelchairs, scooters or walkers can be arranged and delivered to your stateroom. Accessible staterooms do need to be booked in advance, and a good travel consultant will work with you to ensure that the ship you choose has the features and itinerary that will give you the best vacation experience possible.

Vacation Packages

Coach & Rail Tours

Travel Insurance

Expedia CruiseShipCenters 4053 Albert St., Regina, SK, S4S 3R6 Tel: (306) 586 Travel 2890 Cell: (306) 535 7649 Car Rentals Flights Hotels Coach & Vacation Insurance Rail Tours Packages www.cruiseshipcenters.com/CarmenBrown

Flights

Hotels

REGINA 4053 Albert St. Expedia CruiseShipCenters Tel: (306) 586 2890 Car Rentals 4053 Albert St., Regina, SK, S4S 3R6 Toll Free: 1-877-551-3272 Tel: (306) 586 2890 Cell: (306) 535 7649

www.cruiseshipcenters.com

www.cruiseshipcenters.com/CarmenBrown

Expedia CruiseShipCenters 4053 Albert St., Regina, SK, S4S 3R6 Tel: (306) 586 2890 Cell: (306) 535 7649 FOR SASKATCHEWAN www.cruiseshipcenters.com/CarmenBrown

WOMEN | VOL. 3 ISSUE 5, MAY 2014 | 31


watch for our grand re oPening - coming soon

FlaT Tire in a parking loT? FlaT Tire aT work? no M! le FlaT Tire in your driveway? b o r FlaT Tire on The highway? p Table 10 is a gluten friendly venue where guests can choose to mingle for casual drinks or spend an entire evening of dining and enjoying the company of family and friends. Voted Best Steaks. Regina’s most extensive gluten friendly menu. Join us for our Saturday / Sunday Brunch

Phone: (306) 543 8836 www.table10restaurant.com

Jay’s Mobile Tire service goes FlaT ouT all day To help you on your way! a FlaT anywhere, call Jay’s @ 306-543-Tire(8473) our Tire Technicians will replace your FlaT anywhere. no geTTing dirTy, no hassle. we can also replace wiTh a new Tire.

Jay’s Mobile Tire service hours: mon-fri 8am-5pm•sat 8am-noon 306-543-tire(8473)•700-1sT avenue, regina sk

Regina’s FavouRite Maid seRvice    

scheduled Weekly, Bi-Weekly, Monthly & one time cleaning Move outs  gift certificates  WcB carpet cleaning  Friendly, experienced staff office cleaning  competitive Rates

open 7 days a Week 8am - 9pm

32 |

FOR SASKATCHEWAN WOMEN | VOL. 3 ISSUE 5, MAY 2014


2302 9th Ave. N.

(306) 949 1730 OR (306) 359 9949

BREAKFAST SERVED ALL DAY, EVERY DAY! Established in the 1970s by current owner Ernie Kouros’ mother and father, K Family Kitchen is reminiscent of your own family’s kitchen. A quick scan of the menu reveals that there is something on it for everyone. “I always tell our new customers to close their eyes and pick something off the menu”, said Ernie (between kitchen, cash and host shifts on a busy Saturday). “That’s going to be your new favourite - I can guarantee it,” he continued, smiling. Ernie, his wife Robyn and their daughter Ava have a reason to smile. Building on the Kouros family’s established reputation for home-style cooking using only the freshest ingredients, and the Kouros family’s unbending rule to only ever make every dish from scratch, K Family Kitchen is what is it today - a full-service restaurant for everyone. Loyal families continue to drop in regularly for great food and time spent with one another, all because of the Kouros family’s dedication. The menu is full of comfort food and Ernie and Robyn guarantee exactly what you order is delivered to your table fresh, hot and in record time. “You never leave K Family Kitchen hungry, either’” said Ernie. “We make sure you’re full and satisfied when you visit us; our portions are hearty. Your time here with us is well spent and your appetite is satiated, just like at home.”

The menu is full of a wide ranges of choices. The breakfast menu itself keeps customers’ cravings at bay with Bennies, pancakes and “skillets scrambles” of home-style hash browns, peppers and onions, eggs any style and a choice of bacon, ham or sausage. The lunch and dinner menu offer innumerable dishes with multiple combinations and variations. Your meal is customizable to your taste at K Family Kitchen. Because K Family Kitchen offers its customers choice, it is no wonder that customers keep coming back for the best breakfast around. “Charlie’s Favourite” is a staple on the menu. “Charlie was a loyal and regular customer,” explained Ernie. “He’s no longer with us, but we always remember what our special customers like best.” New loyal customers keep on coming through the doors, and K Family Kitchen keeps the dishes rolling out at lightning speed and welcomes you seven days a week from 6.a.m. to 9 p.m. in their homey atmosphere so you can enjoy their home-cooked fare when you want it. “We’re busy, but that’s what our customers like about us - we’re here when your family wants to drop in, and the coffee is always on.” said Ernie. Ralph and Sharon, two loyal customers who regularly drop in for a satisfying meal and time together, had this to say about K Family Kitchen: “It’s a wonderful place; you feel at home here. It’s cozy and the food is always fresh.” Drop in at K Family Kitchen at 2302 9th Avenue North for home-style cooking with your family. Robyn will greet you at the door with a smile and a cup of hot coffee while Ernie gets your order on the table. Spend time at K Family Kitchen with the Kouros family, and your own.

XL 3 tOPPING & BONeLeSS DrY rIBS

dness ALL Home-Cooked Goodness ALL STARS STARS

$29

PIZZA & RIBS

99 in a friendly atmosphere

here

59-9949 h Ave. N.

PICK UP ONLY VALID UNTIL MAY 31, 2014 INCLUDING TAX

949-1730 or 359-9949

9

99 Pick Up Only

il Aug. 31/10 s. Incl. Tax

in a friendly atmosphere $9.75

cORned beef Skillet

h Ave. N.

hashbrowns, toast, coffe or tea

Caeser Salad, Potato Wedges, Onion Rings & Garlic Toast PICK UP ONLY VALID UNTIL MAY 31, 2014 INCLUDING TAX

$3999

Daily Breakfast Special starting at $5.49 6 -10:30 a.m. Mon.-Fri., excludes Holidays

39 Home-Cooked Goodness 29

PIZZA & RIBSMaY 31, 2014 SPecIaLS Home of the Best eNDING (Caesar Salad, Potatoe $ 99 $ 99 Wedges, Rings & Special Eggs Benedict Pick Up Only DailyOnion Breakfast Pick Up Only Garlic Toast) Steak and 3 eggS $11.95 amUntil daily Valid Until Aug. 31/10 Served from 6 am to 10:30 Valid Aug. 31/10 & Skillet Breakfasts valid with anyOmelet other coupons. $8.95 Incl. Tax Not valid with any other coupons. Incl. Tax Ham andNotcHeeSe 2 eggs, 3 pieces of meat,

PIZZA & RIBS

NOT VAILD WITH ANY OTHER COUPON

NOT VAILD WITH ANY OTHER COUPON

Daily Breakfast Special starting at $5.49 ALL STARS XL 3 Feature TOPPING & ALL STARS 1 LARGE 2 TOPPING TOPPING RIBS PIZZA & RIBS 6 -10:30 a.m. Mon.-Fri., excludes Holidays BONELESS DRY RIBS

1 LarGe 2 tOPPING

Home of the Best Eggs Benedict ALL STARS & Skillet Breakfasts

$6.00 Taxes included

949-1730 or 359-9949 mOnday tO fRiday 6:00 am tO 10:30 am

1 LarGe 3 tOPPING PIZZa, 1 LB OF BONeLeSS DrY rIBS aND 1 LItre OF PePSI

$25

00

PICK UP ONLY VALID UNTIL MAY 31, 2014 + TAX

NOT VAILD WITH ANY OTHER COUPON

Daily Breakfast Special starting at $5.49

XL 3FULL TOPPING & MENU 1 LARGE FOR OUR GO2 TOPPING TO www.KFAMiLYKiTchEN.cOM BONELESS DRY RIBS ALL STARS

ALL STARS

PIZZA & RIBS

$

99

PIZZA & RIBS

(Caesar Salad, Potatoe

$

99

6 -10:30 a.m. Mon.-Fri., excludes Holidays

Home of the Best


a quiz about mom With Mother’s Day right around the corner, a fun idea would be to find out just how much your children know about you, their mother. I’m sure you’ll hear some hilarious answers as your kids try to answer these questions. I’m guessing that the younger they are, the funnier their answers will be! I’m sure some of their explanations for their answers will be worth jotting in the family scrapbook. This would be a great activity to play while enjoying a family brunch on Mother’s Day. Kids: Start doing some research now because the person with the lowest score may have to do the dishes!

HOW WELL DO YOU KNOW MOM? What year was she born? What are the names of her parents? What was her first job? What year did she graduate high school? What is her favourite food? What is her favourite hobby? What is her favourite colour? If she could travel anywhere in the world, where would she go? If she won a million dollars, what would she do with the money? What do you think her happiest moment was?

www.momsandmunchkins.ca 34 |

FOR SASKATCHEWAN WOMEN | VOL. 3 ISSUE 5, MAY 2014

by Cheryl Kirkness


North America's most beautiful, natural, and decorative stones. Why We’re Different All EverStone epoxies are extremely moisture tolerant. EverStone installation is the most consumer & eco-friendly flooring system around. EverStone is porous and allows water from rains or melting snow to easily drain through, eliminating unsafe, unsightly puddles! Did you know that only EverStone® uses the exclusive EVER-BOND SYSTEM? 1. Diamond grinding of ALL concrete surfaces. 2. Application of BREATHABLE epoxy primer. 3. Application of FLEXIBLE crack welding epoxy. 4. Installation using 100% SOLIDS epoxy

5. Application of HIGH STRENGTH top coat to every installation. 6. Application of HIGH TECH sunblock to every exterior installation.

Endless Benefits Affordable • Stain Resistant • Easy to Maintain • Weather Resistant • Extremely Durable • Quick Installation Time • Choice of Colours and Blends • Enhances Interior and Exterior Surfaces • Free of Hazardous Fumes or Harsh Odours • Corrects and Eliminates Unsafe Conditions • Beautifies Concrete, Wood, Ceramic Tile, and Brick • Turns Your Property into a Conversational Showpiece!

Contact Us for a Quote Today! Before

After

306-775-0373 • info@everstone-sk.ca www.everstone-sk.ca


Norma Deck (306) 536-1249

115 mCCaRtHy BlVd $309,900 MLS #489151

Danielle Wilson (306) 536-0027

Janine Wilson (306) 537-3200

3330 GReen mOss lane $374,900 MLS #485963

4110 CumBeRland ROad e $549,900

HaRBOuR landinG $570,000 MLS #484502

#41 - 5004 James Hill ROad $242,900 MLS #493111

1016 CamPBell stReet $286,900 MLS #486642

2125 atKinsOn stReet $214,900 MLS #487514

50 lOtt Rd e $459,900 MLS #488521

4517 GReen wateR Rd e $544,900 MLS #488837

4803 taylOR CResCent $619,900 MLS #493106

unit 39-5004 James Hill Rd $219,900

3514 GReen maRsH CResCent

4625 GReen wateR ROad e $499,900 MLS #488839

3522 GReen maRsH CResCent

3505 GReen CReeK ROad $624,900 MLS #491715

$524,900 MLS #491893

5294 aViatOR CRes $629,900 MLS #488747

5305 mitCHinsOn way $439,900 MLS #488762

#71 - 4850 HaRBOuR landinG dRiVe

$279,900

$499,900 MLS# 493267

BUSINESS FOR SALE tuRn Key Business fOR sale fat ReduCtiOn ZeROna Canada

$125,000 MLS #482354

4505 Rae st $189,900 MLS #485446

4137 altOn CRes $439,900 MLS #488773

Dennis Galandy (306) 522-6683

Doug Gold (306) 591-7874

8138 faiRways west $529,900 MLS #492897

1104 GRey stReet $264,900 MLS #493222

Raj Verma (306) 581-2487

1148 PRinCess stReet $189,900 MLS #491099

4565 Hames CResCent $549,900 MLS# 493950

4602 PadwiCK CResCent $424,900 MLS #493511

258 n sHillinGtOn ROad $453,117 MLS# 493733

2201 14tH aVe $269,000 MLS #491126

Bill Soloduk (306) 536-7500

4670 PadwiCK ROad $424,900 MLS #493601

Dallis Franklin (306) 581-9498

729 7tH aVe $184,900 MLS #490927

(306)525-9801 | info@crawfordhomes.ca 533 Victoria Ave.|Regina, Sk.

Crawford Realty


Pink Magazine - Vol. 3 May 2014  

PINK Magazine features women who are making a difference in the province through academia, sports, business and charity. With Saskatchewan b...

Read more
Read more
Similar to
Popular now
Just for you