Bunnyhug is a particularly Saskatchewan term for hooded sweater. We know that. Our viewer Lindsay was #JustCurious where the term came from.
#JustCurious What powers the train's whistle? Here's the answer:
#JustCurious Where did the term bunnyhug originate? Here's what we know:
#JustCurious What is an atmospheric river? Here's how meteorologists define it:
#JustCurious Two signs with the same message but different shapes and sizes. What's the difference? Click here for the answer:
#JustCurious Where will you find Saskatchewan's highest and lowest elevation points? Click here for the answer:
#JustCurious What makes the Saskatchewan sunrise so beautiful? Here's the answer:
#JustCurious How a city or town figures out their electricity bill for street lights? Here's the answer:
#JustCurious Does the sticker on your Saskatchewan health card automatically make you a registered organ donor? Here's the answer:
During coverage of the devastating floods in B.C., an atmospheric river was referenced as the reason for all of the rainfall. Our viewer Shawna was #JustCurious what the term means.
#JustCurious How to interpret street signs with the same message, different look
#JustCurious What are the highest/lowest elevation points in Saskatchewan?
We've seen some beautiful sunrises in this province, after all, Saskatchewan is the “land of the living skies.” Our viewer Mark was #JustCurious what makes them so nice?
A viewer named Kevin was #JustCurious how a city or town figures out the electricity bill for street lights because there is no meter to be found for them.
#JustCurious Does the sticker on your health card automatically make you a registered organ donor? Here's the answer:
Our viewer Brenda was #JustCurious why, at some lights, crosswalk lights changes immediately when the traffic signal turns red, and others have a slight delay. The city said it comes down to a differentiation in technology.
The city's outdoor pools have officially closed after another successful season, according to city officials. Our viewer, Julia, frequented the pools and was #JustCurious what happens to the water once the season ends.