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Under the Matrix: What is a Fossil?

Under the Matrix: What is a Fossil?

We are uncovering and discovering fossils right in our home, and…

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Creature Feature: Great Grey Owl

Creature Feature: Great Grey Owl

Bubs the Great Horned Owl, has never met other owls. Follow along with…

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Storytime with Gail: "Just A Duck?" and "Duck In the Fridge"

Storytime with Gail: "Just A Duck?" and "Duck In the Fridge"

Feeling a bit silly today? Join Gail for two stories about ducks, and…

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Storytime with Gail: "Sweetest Kulu"

Storytime with Gail: "Sweetest Kulu"

Although we can't be in the same room, we can still share stories.…

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Celebrating 25 years

Throughout June we celebrated National Indigenous History…

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Nothing Is As Constant As Change

"Nothing is as constant as change." – Miss. Frizzle,…

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Dinosaurs Are Not for Boys

I had my first encounter with a dinosaur in the same place most people…

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Where Were the Women?

Many treaties have been negotiated throughout Turtle Island since…

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What dinosaur species do we have in Saskatchewan?

First things first, dinosaurs are a diverse group of terrestrial…

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Minton Turtle Effigy

There are many boulder monuments across Saskatchewan, one of the most…

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What can leaves tell us about climate?

The size and shape of leaves, what botanists call ‘leaf…

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How does an archaeologist know when to stop digging?

West Wall profile at the Gull Lake Site (EaOd-1), a bison drive and…

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Why is the K-Pg Boundary so clearly identifiable in certain parts of Saskatchewan?

The Cretaceous-Paleogene, or K-Pg, Boundary is a line that…

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What do you do with pieces of amber that don’t contain anything?

Resin from modern pine, with mammal hair caught in it at Cypress…

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Do Bees Sleep?

Yes, they do. You likely will not see most female bees sleeping, as…

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