COVID-19 levels remain ‘moderately high’ in Regina’s wastewater

Sep 24, 2022 | 5:00am

Autumn might have just arrived, but the high levels of COVID-19 will continue into the new season. According to the University of Regina’s latest analyst, COVID-19 viral loads decreased in the City’s wastewater; however, weekly averages over the last month have remained ‘moderately high.’ Despite the high rate, it is at only 56 per cent […]

Canadian Grain Commission reminding farmers of grain grading changes

Jul 29, 2022 | 10:01am

Starting August 1, updates will be coming to the Canadian Grain Commission’s Official Grain Grading Guide. The changes were made after consultations through the Western Standards Committee and Eastern Standards Committee. The series of grading changes will better meet the needs of the agriculture sector in Canada and grain buyers worldwide. Mildew standards for eastern […]

Regina has wetter than normal summer despite widespread drought

Sep 2, 2021 | 5:49am

Despite drought in the early part of the month, August in Regina goes into the record books as wetter than normal. Environment Canada senior climatologist David Phillips says Regina had 105 millimeters of rain last month, up more than double the normal 45 millimeters in August. Phillips says Regina saw 60 days, from June 12th […]