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Alexander Quon

Home schooling

Both school divisions say any future decision on a return to in-person classes will be contingent on the state of COVID-19 in …more       

Jonathan Guignard

Regina Catholic School Division and Regina Public Schools both extended temporary remote learning until at least May 3 as COVID-19 …more       

Cory Coleman

Sask Legislature Resumes 20201130

Premier Scott Moe says conversations about prioritizing more groups for COVID-19 vaccines are underway.

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Regina Public Schools has extended remote learning to May 3. …more       

CBC News

Daryl Taniskishayinew

Hudson Bay RCMP are asking for the public’s help in finding 35-year-old Daryl Taniskishayinew.

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Jessie Anton

HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/VACCINE

More health-care workers are getting vaccinated against COVID-19 in Saskatchewan, due to thousands of doses left over from Phase 1 …more       

Alexander Quon

COVID Sask 20201209

The province expanded gathering limits on March 9. Ten days later case numbers started to rise and they have barely …more       

Mickey Djuric

Paul Merriman

Saskatchewan’s minister of health has apologized for speaking in error in regards to how patients hospitalized by COVID-19 are counted in …more       

Adam Hunter

Fedbudget  20210419

Saskatchewan’s premier and finance minister say they need more time to evaluate Monday’s federal budget. Premier Scott Moe and Donna …more       

CBC News

Snowmobiles on trail

The group left the northern Saskatchewan community on two snowmobiles Saturday night. They were reportedly on their way to Stanley Mission.

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In just over a week, the Western Hockey League will conclude its 2021 season in Regina, and that has some …more       

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Milden Hotel and Bar

The Milden hotel has run afoul of COVID-19 regulations before. In December, the hotel owner was issued a ticket for non-compliance with …more       

Katelyn Wilson

Regina’s community wellness committee voted in favour of supporting a federal bill banning conversion therapy. …more       

Guy Quenneville

Ryan Meili Scott Moe

One doctor says a minister on the front lines “is someone I’ll follow to hell and back.”

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Saskatchewan premier and health minister have rejected invitations to tour a COVID-19 intensive care unit in Regina. …more       

Heidi Atter

Regina city council

During an exchange with one delegation, Coun. Terina Shaw asked about behavioural therapy. She asked if, under Bill C-6, an …more       

Dan Zakreski

Stanley

A 26-year-old Stanley Mission man who pleaded guilty to killing his father with an axe is going to prison for …more       

Guy Quenneville

Premier Scott Moe

Ontario, Alberta and Manitoba have already made the move to a more permissive age bracket. Currently, only people aged 55 and …more       

Jonathan Guignard

The City of Regina has completed installing a full pedestrian corridor at the Albert Street intersection where a 21-year-old woman …more       

A recommendation put before the committee said mayor Sandra Masters should write to the federal government on behalf of the …more       

Scott Larson

FreshCo incident

A video of an Indigenous woman being arrested at a Saskatoon grocery store brought back memories for a Saskatchewan First …more       

Cory Coleman

School Staffing

Victoria Dyck is pleading with the provincial government to prioritize school staff for vaccination after she tested positive for the …more       

Derek Bidwell

The Saskatoon Blades have had plenty of success during the shortened WHL season and the strong play of the men …more       

CBC News

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Regina police have three people in custody after a robbery at a business led to a fight between staff members …more       

CBC News

Saskatoon COVID-19 clinic Prairieland Park April 1, 2021

The Saskatoon immunization drive-thru clinic is temporarily closed after using up its available COVID-19 vaccines on Sunday.

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Cory Coleman

Helen Vangool

Helen Vangool says it’s become fairly common for teachers, parents and students to tell her about experiences of racism they’ve …more       

Allan Pulga

Paul’s Mini Food Market

A few independently owned Regina corner stores have started offering homemade takeout, not only satisfying late-night cravings but also filling …more       

Samanda Brace

Cathedral Community Fridge

The Cathedral Community Fridge offers everything from fresh produce to sanitary products, no questions asked.

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Rosa Marchitelli

Mercedes Chacin de Fuchs

Homeowners say they are being blindsided with thousands of dollars’ worth of liens on their properties after signing contracts for …more       

Connor O’Donovan

The meeting began Wednesday, but the Community Wellness Committee only had time to hear out 16 of 26 delegations before …more       

Margret “Peggy” Reilly, 103, got a big surprise when her big family surprised her with a drive-by celebration for her …more       

Julia Peterson

Saskatchewan Pharmacies to offer COVID-19 vaccine.

The Saskatchewan government’s update was delayed on Sunday. The preliminary numbers show 289 new cases and one more death linked …more