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Saturday - 18th November, 2017
PRIMED FOR ACTION
Saskatchewan QB Kevin Glenn practises in Ottawa on Friday ahead of Sunday’s big game in Toronto wh...
Friday - 17th November, 2017
Judge bars woman from ‘pretending’ to practise law
In the halls of Regina’s provincial courthouse last fall, a woman approached Christopher Wilson an...
Thursday - 16th November, 2017
When it comes to liquor legislation, Saskatchewan’s grades are improving. But it’s still no teac...
Wednesday - 15th November, 2017
Eyre promises province will keep treaty curriculum
Education Minister Bronwyn Eyre says treaty education will remain “status quo” in Saskatchewan s...
Tuesday - 14th November, 2017
Bringing death out of the shadows
Elizabeth George was “tickled” to see what came after death. She knew what she wanted h...
Saturday - 11th November, 2017
Survivor from ‘suicide battalion’ designed famed war memorial
In July 1946, Regina architect Chapman Clemesha, then living in Southern California, wrote to the Ca...
Friday - 10th November, 2017
Thursday - 9th November, 2017
Rural residents amplify call to defend property
An impassioned plea for more relaxed property defence laws was made by a concerned rural resident at...
Wednesday - 8th November, 2017
Veteran’s heroics inspire student documentarians
Harold Hague sits comfortably on a couch in his south-end Regina apartment, but peering out the wind...
Tuesday - 7th November, 2017
Pathologist passed over for job awarded $5M
A Regina jury has awarded $5 million to a man whose unsuccessful bid to become the province’s seco...
Monday - 6th November, 2017
Sask. Party debate short on controversy
SASKATOON The Saskatchewan Party’s executive director is defending a leadership campaign debate th...
Saturday - 4th November, 2017
WHAT ONCE WAS LOST
Mark Byington, from left, Jean Fish, Faye Viergutz and Mervin Cross stand outside 1456 Montague St. ...
Friday - 3rd November, 2017
Licensed daycares want property tax exemption
Twenty-one licensed daycares will present their case for a property tax exemption to Regina city cou...
Wednesday - 1st November, 2017
Tuesday - 31st October, 2017
Union, city slammed over sex harassment complaints
In its recent decision into sexual harassment complaints at Regina’s city-run landfill, the Saskat...
Monday - 30th October, 2017
Brewery and diner create family-friendly city hut
Eight-year old Gaia was asked to write a nightly journal entry for school. During parent-te...
Saturday - 28th October, 2017
Libraries find ways to stay in the public’s good books
As Biblio Files: A History of the Regina Public Library — the first book of its kind — hits shel...
Friday - 27th October, 2017
Turning the table on sex assault ‘blame game’
Kelsey Gallagher was horrified by the heckling hurled at her recently because of what she wore to th...
Thursday - 26th October, 2017
Wall sets ambitious agenda for final months in office
Brad Wall’s final days in office were saluted with a speech from the throne that touched on the ou...
Wednesday - 25th October, 2017
Three appear in court after daylong standoff
A 42-year-old man accused in relation to a daylong standoff with city police sat in a wheelchair and...
Tuesday - 24th October, 2017
Police in standoff after shots fired
Shouting and a series of loud bangs sounded on a North Central street on Monday after police respond...
Saturday - 21st October, 2017
Judge to decide in February if shooter is sentenced as adult
More than two years after a teen committed a mass shooting in La Loche, a judge is expected to visit...
Friday - 20th October, 2017
RAISING THE ROOF
Leonard Daniels and Roland Kaye reposition a teepee after winds this week shifted it from its proper...
Thursday - 19th October, 2017
Windstorm roars through, damaging homes, property
Two downed under-construction townhouses in Harbour Landing drew an audience on Wednesday morning, a...
Wednesday - 18th October, 2017
‘She was more worried about her bike than herself’
On a carefree summer afternoon, Jasmine Markel was heading home on her bike when a scream warning he...
Tuesday - 17th October, 2017
Unique city trades school a model for programs across the country
When he left high school, Jason Bien was scared. The 17-year-old had no clue what path he s...
Monday - 16th October, 2017
Advocacy group puts spotlight on massage venues
The Regina buildings are otherwise unassuming, but at night passersby can easily see the glow of the...
Saturday - 14th October, 2017
TransGas, the pipeline subsidiary of SaskEnergy, did a controlled flare of natural gas near Pense on...
Friday - 13th October, 2017
SCHOOLS BOOST FOOD DONATION DRIVE
The spirit of generosity was strong Thursday during the FCC Drive Away Hunger Tractor Tour for the R...
Thursday - 12th October, 2017
Thieves empty shelves at store that promotes Indigenous crafts
Ivy Kennedy stands over a display cabinet that once contained handcrafted pieces of jewelry made by ...
Wednesday - 11th October, 2017
Survivor angry Metis excluded from settlement
BETTY ANN ADAM A ’60s Scoop expert who included her own childhood in 14 foster homes in h...
Tuesday - 10th October, 2017
READY, STEADY & SQUEEZE
Sierra Haynes sees what kind of shot she is on a small arms training simulator during an open house ...
Saturday - 7th October, 2017
RIDERS HAVE FAN FOR LIFE
It’s a Saskatchewan football fan’s dream — a private play date at Mosaic Stadium with some Rou...
Friday - 6th October, 2017
Home invasion victim held, beaten for four hours before escaping
A disabled Regina man is fearful of returning home after he was the victim of a violent home invasio...
Thursday - 5th October, 2017
Woman killed by man ‘she trusted’
Midday on Aug. 1, 2015, Lisa Strang was sitting on the downstairs sofa in the McLean home she shared...
Wednesday - 4th October, 2017
Smudging rites to become more frequent in schools
Terrance Littletent removes a piece of white sage from a cloth bag in preparation for a Tuesday-morn...
Tuesday - 3rd October, 2017
LAS VEGAS KILLING FIELD
Concertgoers at Sunday’s Route 91 Harvest Festival dropped to the ground, crawled for what little ...
Monday - 2nd October, 2017
An overturned U-Haul truck lies on the street in Edmonton after a man attacked a police officer with...
Saturday - 30th September, 2017
RIDERS WIN A CLOSE ONE
Redblacks defensive back Dan West slides on the grass as he tries to strip the ball from Roughriders...
Friday - 29th September, 2017
READY FOR A CHANGE
After 10 years as curator at the MacKenzie Art Gallery, Michelle LaVallee is leaving for a job as di...
Thursday - 28th September, 2017
Celebrated artist Allen Sapp was in his late 70s and living not far from the North Battleford galler...
Wednesday - 27th September, 2017
A PLACE TO RELAX
Executive director Wayne McDonough shows off the new courtyard at the Salvation Army’s Waterston C...
Tuesday - 26th September, 2017
Hannah’s loved ones speak of loss
Speaking through tears inside a Regina courtroom, Janet Leflar recalled the sound of her teenaged da...
Monday - 25th September, 2017
RCMP to return artifacts to Metis
Metis items on display at the RCMP’s Heritage Centre in Regina will be returned to the Metis peopl...
Saturday - 23rd September, 2017
HOMICIDE VICTIM REMEMBERED
The third annual Darian’s Walk for Peace started on the 1200 block of Robinson Street on Friday. T...
Friday - 22nd September, 2017
Daughter’s class switch riles mom
Leah Sutton-Knowles is upset her daughter was transferred to a new classroom 21/2 weeks into the sch...
Thursday - 21st September, 2017
Closing intersection could cost lives, firefighter fears
Jesse Edwards, a volunteer firefighter in Balgonie, is raising safety concerns over the Regina bypas...
Wednesday - 20th September, 2017
Rain ends dry summer, too late for farmers
Rain has not been a regular event in Saskatchewan this summer. Only 1.8 millimetres fell in...
Tuesday - 19th September, 2017
Hollywood giant James Cameron chats with Premier Brad Wall at the announcement of the multimillion-d...
Monday - 18th September, 2017
CELEBRATING TERRY FOX
Participants in the Terry Fox Run on Sunday release red balloons in memory of the one-legged youth w...
Saturday - 16th September, 2017
In the wake of the tragic death of a six-year-old boy after a dog attack in Riceton this week, a loc...
Friday - 15th September, 2017
Boy was ‘light of our lives,’ says grieving grandfather
RICETON A pall hung over this tiny, rural community on Thursday as the family of Cameron Mushanski, ...
Thursday - 14th September, 2017
Lower speed limit not coming soon to school zones
Changes to speed limits are unlikely in Regina school zones before next fall, as a second City of Re...
Wednesday - 13th September, 2017
Jeff Barber, CEO of the Regina Public Library, Education Minister Bronwyn Eyre and Sandra Bellegarde...
Tuesday - 12th September, 2017
Anxious moments as fire erupts at industrial site
On Monday soon after 4 p.m., emergency services received a call to attend a blaze on the 300 block o...
Monday - 11th September, 2017
RCMP honours fallen members
Members of the RCMP held a national memorial service at the force’s Depot Division in Regina on Su...
Saturday - 9th September, 2017
U of R computer science work gets boost from feds
Ever try to search for something online but not have the right words to describe it? Resear...
Friday - 8th September, 2017
SASKATOON The Saskatchewan Party government has known for four years that potential investors in Chi...
Thursday - 7th September, 2017
Wall talks to RCMP about GTH deals
Premier Brad Wall says he has spoken with the RCMP about the Global Transportation Hub (GTH) land de...
Wednesday - 6th September, 2017
Saskatchewan’s Opposition NDP leader Nicole Sarauer says an email related to the ongoing Global Tr...
Tuesday - 5th September, 2017
THRICE IS NICE
Roughriders fullback Spencer Moore celebrates the 38-24 win over the Blue Bombers at Mosaic Stadium ...
Saturday - 2nd September, 2017
Wildfires in northeast now stable
There are currently no new threats posed by the wildfires that broke out in northeast Saskatchewan n...
Friday - 1st September, 2017
Harvey, Labour Day rush fuel price surge for gas
With the ripple effects of hurricane Harvey being felt across North America, gas prices are on the r...
Thursday - 31st August, 2017
Ex-pat feels ‘fortunate’ to avoid worst of Harvey
Trent Fleece has been through three big storms since moving to Houston, Texas, in 2003. Hurricane Ha...
Wednesday - 30th August, 2017
A new report from the C.D. Howe Institute speculates that Saskatchewan’s Indigenous students playe...
Tuesday - 29th August, 2017
A POWERFUL CRASH
Power was knocked out to about 400 residents in the Cathedral area on Monday when a semi struck over...
Monday - 28th August, 2017
Ayla Dmyterko of the MacKenzie Art Gallery’s education department takes a moment from the REALI ar...
Saturday - 26th August, 2017
THE SCHOOL NAME DEBATE
Education and reflection about controversial figures urged as the Regina Public School Board explore...
Friday - 25th August, 2017
Mosaic memorabilia sold, wrecking ball next
The MaxTron at old Mosaic Stadium was an integral part of the game day experience for years, and rum...
Thursday - 24th August, 2017
Crews resume work on Capital Pointe site
Work is happening once again at Capital Pointe. Wednesday saw fences down and crews on site at the c...
Wednesday - 23rd August, 2017
GHOST ON THE PRAIRIE
Brett Graham, an artist from New Zealand, has gifted the MacKenzie Art Gallery the sculpture he crea...
Tuesday - 22nd August, 2017
ALL EYES ON THE SKY
Emil, from left, Angela and Ashlyn Latta viewed Monday’s solar eclipse through their special glass...
Monday - 21st August, 2017
Ruler of the law applies to parking
Doug Paik thought he’d done everything right when he settled on a parking spot during a visit to t...
Saturday - 19th August, 2017
New affordable housing complex to replace small, outdated building
On Friday, the corner of Rae Street and 26th Avenue was a scene of renewal as sod was turned on the ...
Friday - 18th August, 2017
CARNAGE ON STREETS
Spanish police escort a woman outside an area cordoned off after a van plowed into a crowd, killing ...
Thursday - 17th August, 2017
Transgender journey a ‘complicated masquerade’
Greg Martin moved away from Moose Jaw 23 years ago, but people are still talking about the person th...
Wednesday - 16th August, 2017
SaskPower asking for 5% rate hike
Following two increases in the past 13 months, SaskPower is requesting another rate hike. T...
Tuesday - 15th August, 2017
WORKING AS A TEAM
The Regina Fire & Protective Services teamed up with the University of Regina Rams for a tea...
Monday - 14th August, 2017
Diverging diamonds can be a driver’s best friend
The Regina Bypass has already opened drivers’ eyes to the roundabout. Soon they’ll have to learn...
Saturday - 12th August, 2017
HEAT OVER HOUSES
Kathy Thiele, her husband Neal Markewich and some of their neighbours are upset with a housing devel...
Friday - 11th August, 2017
After Wall, who will come next?
There is a strong argument to be made that Premier Brad Wall is irreplaceable. He has maint...
Thursday - 10th August, 2017
‘My family has to heal from this’
RED PHEASANT FIRST NATION As William Boushie prepared for his brother’s memorial feast, he held hi...
Wednesday - 9th August, 2017
Dry weather withering crops, stressing farmers
The ground is so dry and deeply cracked on Todd Lewis’s farm in southern Saskatchewan that he says...
Tuesday - 8th August, 2017
‘I cannot keep living with hatred’
NORTH BATTLEFORD A year after Colten Boushie was fatally shot on a Saskatchewan farm, members of his...
Saturday - 5th August, 2017
Exchange gives Japanese students a taste of Saskatchewan life, culture
Taking selfies and putting wheat sheaves and flax flowers in their hair, 25 Japanese exchange studen...
Friday - 4th August, 2017
Teenage killer appealing sentence
Skylar Prockner, the young man convicted in the death of Regina teenager Hannah Leflar, is appealing...
Thursday - 3rd August, 2017
Filipino community growing but children are losing language
A national language of the Philippines is being spoken by twice as many people as it was five years ...
Wednesday - 2nd August, 2017
Assault charge tossed against RCMP instructor
An RCMP instructor’s assault charge has been withdrawn following the successful completion of the ...
Tuesday - 1st August, 2017
Aunt leery about review of fatal fall investigation
The aunt of a woman who died after falling 10 storeys down a hotel laundry chute says she’s gratef...
Monday - 31st July, 2017
RIDERS CHARGE TO VICTORY
Saskatchewan Roughriders running back Cameron Marshall scrambled for 110 yards on 18 carries against...
Saturday - 29th July, 2017
‘Wingman’ ads aim to deter drunk driving
Be A Good Wingman — SGI’s latest ad campaign hopes to drive home the message that friends don’...
Friday - 28th July, 2017
Attempted murder laid against man after bulldozer used to raze house
A homeowner has spoken of her horror after her father-in-law allegedly drove a bulldozer into her ho...
Thursday - 27th July, 2017
RQHR complains to police, launches suit alleging inappropriate invoicing
The Regina Qu’Appelle Health Region is suing a local contractor over work done at Regina Pioneer V...
Wednesday - 26th July, 2017
No more use-it-or-lose-it funding for infrastructure on First Nations
As of April 1, 2018, First Nations will have the ability to carry forward federal funding for infras...
Tuesday - 25th July, 2017
Survivor hailed for sharing story of brutal sex assault
A Regina judge commended a sexual assault survivor for coming forward, not only to see justice done ...
Monday - 24th July, 2017
Delays the norm at Capital Pointe
First launched in 2005 and approved by Regina city council in 2010, Capital Pointe, a hotel-andcondo...
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