Back-to-school: Parents offer tips on how they save during annual shopping spree

Back-to-school: Parents offer tips on how they save during annual shopping spree

Aug 25, 2023 | 2:13pm
Two weekends ago, Anne Zarifa and her children sat down to make a list of clothes they’d need for the coming school year after sifting through their closets to get rid of anything too small or worn out. The Montreal mother of three says leaving back-to-school shopping until the last minute can be a costly error for parents — one that’s more important […]

September temps 3 degrees above normal in parts of Sask

Oct 6, 2022 | 1:37pm

September was both warm and dry with numerous temperature records set towards the end of the month. Environment Canada meteorologist Terri Lang compiles the monthly data. For Regina, the September mean temperature was just under 15 degrees, 3 degrees above normal. For Moose Jaw, the mean temperature last month was 15.6 degrees, again 3 degrees […]

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 […]

Last month was one of the wettest Septembers in southern Saskatchewan

Oct 6, 2019 | 9:30am

Environment Canada says September 2019 goes into the record books as one of the wettest on record in southern Saskatchewan. Meteorologist Terri Lang explained how Regina had more than double the average rainfall, receiving 78.5 millimetres. The average is 32.8 millimetres. “That came in the ninth wettest out of 144 years on record, so pretty […]