BUT if you’re bored of trees (how anyone could be escapes me), um, how about food? Our 2016 Best Of Food & Drink issue came out today! “But what about Saskatoon, Steve? I go there sometimes! Is there a ‘Best Of Food & Drink Saskatoon’ I can read online?” Good news: our sister publication Planet S has that covered.
Okay, more tree now.
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