Rewind Saskatoon morning news: Thursday, November 24 – Saskatoon

Montessori classes at Saskatoon Public Schools, University of Saskatchewan Huskies head coach Scott Flory and Wonton in Adopt a Pet.

Here’s your morning rewind for the Thursday, November 24 edition of Global news morning Saskatoon.

Montessori classes at City Park School: Family Matters

There are differences between Montessori classrooms and learning in a regular classroom.

Janelle Aldrich, director of City Park School, says one difference is the amount of hands-on learning.

She explains why Saskatoon Public Schools offers Montessori programs and how students benefit from Family Matters.


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Montessori Classes at City Park School: Family Matters


Saskatchewan Huskies aim for first national championship since 1998

For the second year in a row, the University of Saskatchewan Huskies are playing for a national soccer championship.

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The Huskies take on the Laval Rouge et Or in the Vanier Cup on Saturday.

Huskies head coach Scott Flory enters the big game as they hope for a better result after falling short last year as they pursued their first championship since 1998.


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Saskatchewan Huskies aim for first national championship since 1998


Wonton is looking for a new home in Adopt a Pet

Jemma Omidian of the Saskatoon SPCA introduces us to Wonton, a nine-week-old puppy looking for a new home.

Omidian also has details on pictures of Santa Claus and the shelter’s gift guide.


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Wonton is looking for a new home in Adopt a Pet


Saskatoon’s top headlines: Thursday, November 24

Chris Carr has Saskatoon’s top headlines for Thursday, November 24.

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Saskatoon’s top headlines: Thursday, November 24


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