A partial solar eclipse will be visible Monday in Canada.
While people in various locations in the U.S. will see a total eclipse, in Canada, the moon will appear to cover at most about 80 per cent of the sun.
In Saskatchewan, the eclipse should become visible around 10:30 a.m., peaking around 11:45 a.m.
Those wishing to view the eclipse outside are advised to wear appropriate eye protection, as looking directly at the eclipse can damage eyes.
NASA is providing a live stream of the eclipse from various locations in the U.S., which can be viewed below.