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Ex-Pat Nabokov dead at 42

Former Regina Pats star Dmitri Nabokov died Sunday from a “serious illness” in his hometown of Novosibirsk, according to reports from Russia. He was 42. Nabokov spent one memorable season with the Pats in 1996-97 after he was selected in the first round (34th overall) of the 1996 CHL import...

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Handful of people have benefited from juror support program

Several people have benefited so far from a program put in place to help jurors with post-trial problems.

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Regina police corporal charged after alleged assaults from 2018

He’s now been assigned to administrative duties pending the investigation, with RPS noting they "do not involve contact with members of the public.”

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The Liberals continue to lose support for Bill C-69, writes Conservative MP Shannon Stubbs.

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The Saskatchewan Party government has once again picked winners and losers, writes Ken Grey.

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"This is a school zone where we're protecting our most vulnerable, our children and as we drop our children off we don't behave very good."

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Saskatchewan's rural school divisions may be facing flatlined funding, but their urban counterparts say virtually all of the new money promised this year will be eaten up by enrolment growth

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The Sask. Party is the first government here in 90 years that hasn't experienced depopulation, so challenges in areas like education are very different.

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Tiger Woods' charge toward his win at the Masters on Sunday was the kind of spectacle that left even the most casual viewer transfixed.

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NDP calls for minister to find a new job after abortion remarks

Premier Scott Moe resisted opposition calls to replace his rural and remote health minister over a controversial abortion speech, but acknowledged that a "small line" may have been crossed.

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