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We discuss what a a strike by CFL players would look like if they can’t reach an agreement with the league by the time the season starts.

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“The earlier we get these literacy resources in the hands of our children, the better.”

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"After engaging residents on a wider range of possible uses, the City is seeking feedback on four different design options that bring together what the public indicated was most desirable for the site."

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Local roundup: Pats' Paddock and Sedov crack final NHL draft rankings

Two members of the Regina Pats — goalie Max Paddock and defenceman Nikita Sedov — appeared in Central Scouting’s final rankings for the 2019 NHL draft on Monday. Paddock was ranked 30th out of the top 31 North American-based goalies after finishing the 2018-19 season with a 3.47 goals-against...

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Respected elder Noel Starblanket dead at 72

Noel Starblanket, a respected elder and leader in Saskatchewan’s Indigenous community, has died from complications due to diabetes.

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Three more charged in connection with Yorkton man's death

Two more people charged with second-degree murder in the death of Colin Focht. Another man charged with being an accessory.

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Impaired driving charges laid in crash between car and motorcycle

The driver of a car involved in a crash with a motorcycle that injured two people on Saturday has been charged with impaired driving.

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International students face transitional and financial challenges

From high tuition fees to experiencing their first Saskatchewan winter, transitioning to life at the U of R is challenging for international students.

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Opinion: It's past time to end homelessness in Regina

Mayor Michael Fougere needs to put money where his mouth is and to start allocating city funds to Housing First, writes Florence Stratton.

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Letter to the Editor, April 15, 2019: What have they done to our Canada?

In the coming provincial and federal elections, vote in all-new politicians, writes Gerald Wagner.

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Optimist Club of Regina looking for young blood to carry the torch

"Young people are so busy with their children. They don't have time to volunteer and it's sad because the day will come when there will be no service clubs."

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