The Wild Rose 4-H Beef Club, based near Shellbrook, was taking its turn to raise a charity steer for auction this year, and the group chose the Cancer Society of Saskatchewan as the beneficiaries because two members of the club have parents who are currently battling cancer. The charity steer raised $48,000 at auction Monday, and the funds will be matched by Prince Albert Canadian Tire, meaning almost $100,000 is going to the Cancer Society. The money will be used to purchase 4D CT Scan simulator for the cancer society, which pinpoints where radiation treatments are necessary in the body. Club president Olivia Woytiuk joins Gormley to tell us more about the big donation.