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FCC provides support for school meal programs across Canada

Jun 5, 2019 | 5:30am

Regina-based Farm Credit Canada is providing $100,000 to school meal programs across the country as part of a Drive Away Hunger campaign. Manager of Community investment, Carla Warnyca, said each of the 100 FCC offices across Canada will provide $1,000 to a school lunch program in their community. She says each office will choose a […]

First-time father was one of two men killed near Weyburn on weekend

Jun 4, 2019 | 6:30pm

The two people killed on the weekend in a three-vehicle accident near Weyburn have been identified. Eric Calibaba and his father-in-law Dale Chessall were killed in the collision on Highway 13 Saturday afternoon.  It is believed the car containing Calibaba and Chessall was waiting to turn when it was struck from behind by another vehicle […]

Gunshot fired at car in east Regina

Jun 4, 2019 | 3:12pm

Regina police are investigating after a road-rage incident in the city’s east end where a firearm was discharged. Police say around 1:20 Tuesday afternoon, police were sent to Dewdney and Cavendish after three men in one vehicle noticed they were being followed by another vehicle. It is alleged the driver of the second vehicle, who […]

Rural communities are not happy with Conexus Credit Union closing several branches this fall

Jun 4, 2019 | 1:05pm

Rural communities are not happy with the news that Conexus Credit Union will be closing nine branches across Saskatchewan this fall. Related Article: Conexus Credit Union closing nine branches this October Branches closing are Chamberlain, Cupar, Drake, Middle Lake, Mossbank, Spy Hill, Young and Regina’s Fifth Avenue and Wallace branches. Cupar Mayor Steve Boha says he and […]

Other two victims of weekend plane crash in Alberta identified

Jun 4, 2019 | 12:14pm

We are now learing the identity of the other two people killed on the weekend in a plane crash near the Saskatchewan-Alberta border. 27-year-old Justin Filteau, a former member of the Saskatoon Hilltops and U of S Husky football team and someone who worked with Football Saskatchewan, had already been identified. The other two were […]

Sask agri-food products to be showcased in trade mission to Japan and South Korea

Jun 4, 2019 | 10:16am

  Saskatchewan Trade and Export Development minister Jeremy Harrison will showcase provincial agri-food products during a Canadian trade mission to Japan and South Korea. Harrison says Asian markets are importing more food every year, and it is crucial to promote Saskatchewan’s safe, reliable and high quality agri-food products. He says Japan and South Korea are […]

Two Regina residents named to Saskatchewan Order of Merit

Jun 4, 2019 | 10:06am

The recipients of the 2019 Saskatchewan Order of Merit will be acknowledged in the Queen City tonight. Six citizens, two of them from Regina, will be named to the Order of Merit by Chief Justice Robert Richards on behalf of Lieutenant Governor W. Thomas Molloy and receive a medal at a ceremony. This year’s recipients […]

The U of S brings ambulances and health care to Mozambique

Jun 4, 2019 | 8:00am

University of Saskatchewan research projects span the globe, and one of those projects is in the province of Inhambane in Mozambique. It’s aim is to reduce maternal and newborn mortality rates and to improve sexual and reproductive health. Principal investigator and USask epidemiologist, Dr. Nazeem Muhajarine says the maternal mortality rate is about 380 deaths […]

Sask. Cattlemen promote June as beef month in Regina

Jun 4, 2019 | 6:00am

Cattle producers in Saskatchewan are joining forces with several businesses and Regina restaurants to promote June as beef month. Saskatchewan Cattlemen’s Association CEO Ryder Lee says 16 restaurants and bars in Regina have put beef at the top of the list for special menu items. Lee says beef is featured in special cocktails, appetizers and […]