DOLAR

17,8926$% -0.05

EURO

18,3526% 0.14

STERLİN

21,7233£% 0.19

GRAM ALTIN

1.033,83%0,04

ÇEYREK ALTIN

1.688,00%0,06

BİTCOİN

416548฿%-2.51943

İmsak Vakti a 02:00
İstanbul AÇIK 29°
  • Adana
  • Adıyaman
  • Afyonkarahisar
  • Ağrı
  • Amasya
  • Ankara
  • Antalya
  • Artvin
  • Aydın
  • Balıkesir
  • Bilecik
  • Bingöl
  • Bitlis
  • Bolu
  • Burdur
  • Bursa
  • Çanakkale
  • Çankırı
  • Çorum
  • Denizli
  • Diyarbakır
  • Edirne
  • Elazığ
  • Erzincan
  • Erzurum
  • Eskişehir
  • Gaziantep
  • Giresun
  • Gümüşhane
  • Hakkâri
  • Hatay
  • Isparta
  • Mersin
  • istanbul
  • izmir
  • Kars
  • Kastamonu
  • Kayseri
  • Kırklareli
  • Kırşehir
  • Kocaeli
  • Konya
  • Kütahya
  • Malatya
  • Manisa
  • Kahramanmaraş
  • Mardin
  • Muğla
  • Muş
  • Nevşehir
  • Niğde
  • Ordu
  • Rize
  • Sakarya
  • Samsun
  • Siirt
  • Sinop
  • Sivas
  • Tekirdağ
  • Tokat
  • Trabzon
  • Tunceli
  • Şanlıurfa
  • Uşak
  • Van
  • Yozgat
  • Zonguldak
  • Aksaray
  • Bayburt
  • Karaman
  • Kırıkkale
  • Batman
  • Şırnak
  • Bartın
  • Ardahan
  • Iğdır
  • Yalova
  • Karabük
  • Kilis
  • Osmaniye
  • Düzce
a

Saskatoon Food Truck Wars returns for 8th year

Food trucks from across Saskatchewan and Manitoba are back in downtown Saskatoon. The trucks set up early Thursday to be ready to welcome the community during the lunch hour.

For the eighth year, the Saskatoon Food Truck Wars is back.It started small but has grown into having over 20 food tucks and entertainment over a three-day period.“We’ve got them coming from all over Saskatchewan and Manitoba and it’s the only chance you are going to get to see these trucks, is at our festival,” said Rick Mah, Food Truck Wars organizer.Read more: Saskatchewan farmers begin harvesting as August begins: crop reportKYU GRILL was among the many vendors to make the trip to Saskatoon, one that has made quite a name for themselves as people’s choice. It’s an achievement they hope to win again this year.“To be back in Saskatoon,” said Peter Truong, KYU GRILL owner. “We’re grateful and happy everything has opened up again and we can travel to attend this and serve the city.”Story continues below advertisementWith food comes entertainment and this year proceeds will go to help first responders such as Stars Air Ambulance.“We have this beautiful red bird in the sky but we also have a team in the back that is helping those critical care patients,” said Shari Lemon, Stars Ambulance donor relations and development officer.Trending StoriesGirl, 12, escapes captivity, found walking on Alabama road — leads cops to 2 bodiesResearcher says Canada’s ‘largest documented hailstone’ fell Monday in AlbertaRead more: Saskatoon Fringe Festival returns to in-person setting since 2019Lemon said the Stars Ambulance team is equipped to complete blood transfusions, monitor patients through cardiac monitors, and can complete an ultrasound exam, all of which is done in the helicopter on the way to the hospital. She said anything you would find in the ICU of a hospital can be found in the Stars Ambulance helicopter.” It’s just really heartwarming that people want to help raise money for Stars,” said Lemon. ” It helps keep us in Saskatchewan.”Stars Air Ambulance has been serving Saskatchewan for 10 years and averages three missions a day in the province. They now complete over 1,000 missions a year and it’s thanks to donations like the ones they will receive from the Food Truck Wars in Saskatoon.The festival takes place in the city from Aug. 4 until Aug. 7, 2022.Story continues below advertisement 4:10The Undead Newlyweds at the Fringe FestivalThe Undead Newlyweds at the Fringe Festival© 2022 Global News, a division of Corus Entertainment Inc.

YORUMLAR

s

En az 10 karakter gerekli

Sıradaki haber:

Quebec expands monkeypox vaccine access across the province as cases grow

HIZLI YORUM YAP

Veri politikasındaki amaçlarla sınırlı ve mevzuata uygun şekilde çerez konumlandırmaktayız. Detaylar için veri politikamızı inceleyebilirsiniz.