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Trusted Regina Financial Expert from Worby Wealth Management is featured in a local magazine

Finding the shortest and safest route to any of your dreams requires planning and only with a carefully thought out financial plan can you be sure to make the most of your resources and to protect against risks along the way. At Worby Wealth Management, Chris will do his best to help you achieve those dreams with a financial plan that is tailored to your specific needs and based on your individual situation.



Chris Worby from Worby Wealth Management is featured in a local magazine:





Call Chris Worby at (306) 757-4747 ext 226 or on his Cell: (306) 737-2909. Check out his listing on the Regina Directory in the REGINA FINANCIAL SERVICES category . Chris is a Trusted REGINA FINANCIAL EXPERT





Chris Worby is a Trusted Regina-based financial advisor and Wealth Management services provider servicing local Regina households and businesses since 2001.

Trusted Regina Law firm tip on grounds for divorce in Saskatchewan


Untying the Knot: Grounds for Divorce in Saskatchewan: 



Anyone who has gone through a divorce will likely tell you it was a difficult time for them mentally, emotionally, and financially. Understandably, clients often seek advice at the first signs of trouble in their marital relationships. One question I’ve heard repeatedly in my short time practicing family law is “how do I get a divorce?”

Divorce in Saskatchewan is governed by federal legislation called the Divorce Act. Although this blog entry refers to Saskatchewan, the Divorce Act applies to all of Canada. In Saskatchewan, only the Court of Queen’s Bench has jurisdiction to deal with a Petition for Divorce, and in order to get a divorce, one must make an application to the Court. There are many common misconceptions about what a couple and/or spouse must prove in order to get a divorce, but the truth is there is only one ground for divorce in Canada: marital breakdown.

What is “marital breakdown” and how does one go about establishing that a marital breakdown has occurred? The Divorce Act sets out three ways to establish marital breakdown:

1. Living separate and apart for one year

This is, by far, the most common ground for divorce, and is the easiest to prove. Spouses are considered to have been separated for one year when they have lived separate and apart for a period of 12 months. Although the period of separation must be uninterrupted, a brief reconciliation during the year (up to 90 days) will not interfere with the calculation of time, as long as the reconciliation is unsuccessful.

2. Adultery

If you choose to seek a divorce on the basis of adultery, you must establish that adultery occurred. You must also swear that the adultery was not condoned by you, and that it was not permitted or invented simply as a means to obtaining a quick divorce. Note that adultery can be difficult to prove if your spouse is unwilling to simply admit to it in an affidavit.

3. Cruelty

Finally, a divorce may be granted in circumstances in which your spouse has treated you with intolerable physical or mental cruelty. If your spouse has treated you in such a way that it would be unreasonable or intolerable for you to continue to live with them, the Court may order a divorce. On a petition for divorce on the basis of cruelty, the Court will consider the effect of the conduct in question on you, the victim, in order to determine whether the behaviour in question constitutes cruelty.



Please note that the divorce itself is only one issue a couple faces when their marriage breaks down. Other issues that arise when a couple separates include the division of family property, custody and access regarding children, child support, and spousal support. If you choose to seek a divorce, on any of these grounds, it is best to consult a lawyer who can guide you through the procedure of obtaining a divorce and settling the corollary issues that arise when a couple separates.



This post is for information purposes only and should not be taken as legal opinions on any specific facts or circumstances. Counsel should be consulted concerning your own situation and any specific legal questions you may have.

See lawyers listinsg on the Regina directory under Legal & Professional services.


Trusted Regina Home designers share a tip on Contemporary Homes

The Definition of Contemporary Homes:



Not so traditional…

The Definition of Contemporary Homes: Unlike traditional architectural styles, the Contemporary style is not tied to historical construction methods and materials and often is more relatable to the way we live today. Contemporary design has reappeared after a few decades of re-working of heritage styles. These new fresh designs feature an abundance of glass and natural light, sleek finishes, open floor plans and often a minimalistic approach to furnishings and art.



Maintain the integrity of the style

There are many different directions you can take in the planning of your contemporary home. Typically these homes feature a light neutral palate of materials and finishes, but include more wood if you want to warm it up inside and out. Incorporate more stone and metal if you want it to look more modern and engineered. Balance the amount of glass you use with an appreciation for energy usage and shading. Interior and exterior trims are best traded for well detailed reveals between materials and surfaces. Exposed wall surfaces can become the ‘art’ and add character and honesty to the structure. The roof of a contemporary home is often the dominant feature and forms a critical element of the composition. This can be a flat roof with a generous cantilever or simply a cube type shape. A sloped roof may be a large mono pitched shed roof sloping up over a wall of glass or a more conventional shape in galvanized metal. The endless possibilities of roof shapes and materials keep homes in this style looking unique and bold. Regardless of the type of roof chosen, it is important that the roof is designed to accommodate your climate. Snow and wind loading will be taken into account by the structural engineering of the roof to ensure building code and climate conformance.

Don’t forget the yard

Your contemporary home must relate to the site. Consider opportunities for carefully thought-out patios, planting beds and privacy. The more connected your living areas are to patios and landscaped areas the more they will form an integral part of your living environment.

Trusted Regina Directory welcomes Bonnie Day to our impressive team of Trusted Regina Professionals

The TrustedRegina directory & Trusted Marketing Services team are thrilled to welcome the newest Regina team member to our impressive & very wonderful and talented team of Trusted pro's across Saskatchewan.

We welcome, are thrilled and are super impressed by our newest team member Bonnie Day!

Bonnie is a Craven Jamboree loving, Wheel Of Fortune spinning, Regina gal and she is a respected Regina marketing professional.  Bonnie is passionate about the Queen city, her clients and she has a great deal of real online marketing knowledge and insight to offer the Trusted Regina business community!

The Trusted team stands apart  from all other online directories. Other directories simply do not offer what we do nor are they a local, invested team like Trusted. We understand that to know US is to trust US, as such, we will be introducing you to all of the Trusted team members in the coming months! The Trusted team is excited to share that we will soon unveil all on our new Trusted Regina website..... coming soon!!!!!



Want to know why Bonnie is a fit for Trusted Regina? Bonnie was the head of the Harvard Broadcasting Interactive department - she managed all the website and social media for Harvard's many awesome radio stations across Canada!


" We’ve lost a great person & human being here at Harvard Broadcasting. Our Interactive Producer Bonnie has decided to start another chapter in her life experience. Bonnie was a integral part of our social media machine and made sure our binary codes were in the proper order. Our loss will be someone else’s gain. I will miss my neighbor, co-worker and friend. All the best Bonnie. " 



Bonnie Day is a GREAT FIT for Trusted Regina- she is a talented marketer, professional sales person and she has a great working knowledge of this new online World we live in. Like many of you reading this post - she works hard for her family (her and her partner, Chad, have 6 kids between them), she's been through hard times ( like most of us) and importantly she has experienced bad, mediocre and some outstanding service as a consumer, she's been let down by some and inspired by others. In a nut shell, Bonnie is a consumer just like YOU and she is committed to the Trusted Regina philosophy, that's what makes the Trusted Regina directory unique and why you CAN TRUST US and TRUST Bonnie!  





Bonnie Day joins the all girl kick ass sales team of Leanna Keyes, Chandra Groves, Solange Bosse and Sara Wheelwright, our hard working home based gals Alison Moon, Shelby Unger and Kelly Spence around Saskatchewan - and finally our remote specialist guys Mark, Ash and Dan!

Sara the Trusted founder has a deep respect for Harvard Broadcasting and from day 1 they have always supported Trusted. Not to mention we really enjoy the results their radio stations have brought us across Saskatchewan since 2011. They have been vital part of our marketing as we have introduced and expanded the Trusted brand in the province! The relationships we have forged with our Harvard reps  ( Barney , Kim & Rob) and the Harvard company execs means a great deal.  We really feel fortunate that Bonnie joined Trusted and we look forward to continuing on with our great relationship with Harvard in Regina, Saskatoon and beyond!

Trusted Regina tip on eco-friendly renovations


Go eco-friendly with your home renovation:




Being kind to the environment is on the minds of many these days. If you’re planning a renovation at your home this summer, there are many ways that you can reduce your carbon footprint and maybe even save some money. Here are some tips for “greening” up your reno:

Buy local – Choose suppliers that are close to your home and who sell local products to help reduce the carbon emissions that are produced during transportation.

Follow the three ‘R’s – Reduce, reuse and recycle! Before shelling out the big bucks to buy brand new, check out online classified ads, antique stores, flea markets or locate a Habitat for Humanity ReStore in your community. You can find everything from sinks to lighting fixtures, paint, windows, lumber and more at a ReStore – the stock is constantly changing. As an added bonus, you can feel good knowing that your money will go toward building a home for a well deserving family!




Choose Energy Star rated appliances – Upgrading appliances to Energy Star rated models can save you up to 40 percent annually on your electric bill. Keep an eye on the labels when shopping for refrigerators, ovens, dishwashers, washers and dryers to determine if they are Energy Star rated.

Go low with paint – Low VOC, that is. Did you know that the typical household paint contains more than 10,000 chemicals? Some are quite hazardous, particularly volatile organic compounds or VOCs. Many popular paint manufacturers now offer low and zero VOC products, so choose wisely. Low VOC paints are typically around the same price point as standard paints so it just makes sense to make the switch!



Eco-friendly insulation – During a major reno when studs are exposed, it’s probably in your best interest to replace the insulation, particularly in an older home. First you’ll need to find out the R-value of your current insulation – this is a measure of thermal resistance, or how much heat passes through the insulation. Visit the Canada Mortgage and Housing Corporation website at for a handy chart explaining the many types of insulation on the market and their R-value.




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