Saskatchewan Jewish Arts Festival, resource recycling during Waste Reduction Week and Cameco on the acquisition of nuclear power plant maker Westinghouse Electric.
Here’s your morning rewind for the Monday, Oct. 17, edition of Global News Morning Saskatoon.
Judaism, culture highlights of Jewish Arts Festival in Saskatoon
A brand recent festival is on the scene in Saskatoon, showcasing national and international talent on the Saskatchewan Jewish Arts Festival.
Festival producer Malvina Rapko explains the necessity for the festival, what people will find out about Judaism and the effect it should have on the community.
Resource recovery focus of SARRC: Waste Reduction Week
“Reduce, reuse, recycle” shall be on top of mind during waste reduction week in Saskatchewan.
Products that may be recycled include oil, oil filters and antifreeze.
Ethan Richardson with the Saskatchewan Association for Resource Recovery discusses other products that may be recycled and why it can be crucial for the environment.
Cameco, Brookfield Renewable Partners buy Westinghouse Electric
Cameco is teaming up with Brookfield Renewable Partners in acquiring nuclear power plant maker Westinghouse Electric.
The $9.7-billion deal signals the start of a partnership that may mean big opportunities for each firms.
Cameco CEO Tim Gitzel talks about what this implies for the corporate and Saskatchewan.
Saskatoon morning weather outlook: Monday, Oct. 17
Chilly mornings, warm afternoons — Chantal Wagner has your Monday, Oct. 17, morning SkyTracker forecast.