Adele Paul



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Adele Paul is an ex-teacher and world traveller turned stay-at-home mommy and blogger. The only thing she likes better than a night out with fine food and girlfriends is 8pm cuddle-time with her 3 children at her Saskatoon home. Find her at: www.tuesdaysisters.com

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Ski Saskatchewan! 5 Fantastic Destinations to Hit the Slopes in the Land of Living Skies

Posted on: December 2, 2019

  You’d better believe it! The land of living skies holds its own when it comes to fantastic places to hit the slopes! From Wapiti Valley north of Melfort to Mission Ridge near Regina, this province has plenty to offer those of us looking for a winter ski getaway! You
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6 Lakes Near Saskatoon Worthy of a Day Trip!

Posted on: June 1, 2019

  Nothing spells summer quite like a trip to the lake! Sand between your toes, warm Saskatchewan sunshine, and a cooling dip are just the beginning the pleasures that a day at the beach can bring! Overnighting at a lake destination in Saskatchewan is always a fun option, but if
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Get Your Play-On at the 10 Best Playgrounds in Saskatoon!

Posted on: May 27, 2019

The summer season is upon us! In Saskatoon, that means warm weather, lots of sunshine, and, of course, visits to the playground! Our city is flush with fantastic play structures for families to enjoy located at schools, public parks, and everywhere in between. This year, to get you and your family on
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Spring Roll + Stroll : One Family’s Journey to Find Dry Land in Saskatoon

Posted on: March 20, 2019

“Mom, can we get out our bikes?” Well, it was -25 this morning, there’s ice everywhere and the bikes are covered in 3 feet of snow but “SURE!” I tell them. They are not the only ones excited that Spring has finally arrived. Spring can be fickle in Saskatoon as
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8 Reasons I LOVE Raising my Kids in Saskatoon

Posted on: January 31, 2019

Over the years, Saskatoon has had its fair share of bad press. Our crime rate is nothing to write home about, far too many of us drink and drive, and then there’s the winters… Be all of that as it may, I LOVE living here. My husband and I returned
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Review: Saskatoon is Alive with Broadway Across Canada’s Sound of Music!

Posted on: January 3, 2018

How do you solve a problem like Maria? Cast her perfectly and the rest is gravy evidently! Tuesday’s performance of the Sound of Music by Broadway Across Canada was a masterpiece that left TCU’s audience with a heart full of emotion and head full of song! Jill-Christine Wiley’s portrayal of
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Stonebridge Spray Pad

Posted on: June 13, 2017

Ah, it’s summer! There’s no better (or cheaper) way to cool off than at a spray pad in Saskatoon! Many Saskatoon neighbourhoods are home to a spray pad where families gather to have fun and cool off such as the one in Stonebridge! Behind and slightly to the East of
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Canada Remembers Our Heroes Air Show : A Fitting Tribute to Those it Honours

Posted on: June 12, 2017

Thousands gathered over the weekend for the Canada Remembers Our Heroes Air Show at 17 Wing Detachment in Dundurn. The show did its new location proud as it pulled off a fantastic event honouring fallen and serving heroes of Canada in the armed forces and beyond. The show spanned two
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Where to Rent Cross Country Skis in Saskatoon – Go On! Give it a Try!

Posted on: February 10, 2017

If cross-country skiing piques your interest but you’re unsure where to start, make 2017 the year you finally give it a try! There are a number of places to rent cross country skis in Saskatoon so you can try your feet at the sport without making a huge investment. Make
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The One Timesaver Every Saskatoon Family Must Try–Online Grocery Shopping!

Posted on: November 2, 2016

I used to love grocery shopping. All the colours, the aromas, the beautiful produce, and the occasional exotic find made me feel like I was in some wonderful foreign market. Back in the day, I was practically a chef, and all these sights and smells drummed up inspiration for this
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