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Giants double up on Pats 4-2

Giants double up on Pats 4-2

Jan 13, 2024 | 12:17am
The bounces didn’t go the Regina Pats way on Friday night at the Brandt Centre as they were defeated by the Vancouver Giants 4-2. 92 seconds into the game, a bad line change by the Pats allowed the Giants Connor Levis an open lane to the net. With the space, he managed to bury a […]
Pats begin busy weekend at home against the Giants

Pats begin busy weekend at home against the Giants

Jan 12, 2024 | 9:25am
With the cold temperatures outside, the Regina Pats will try and turn up the heat in pursuit of a playoff spot. This weekend, the Pats will have the chance to make up some ground with a three-game in three-day stretch, beginning on Friday night when they welcome in the Vancouver Giants. In their last action, […]

Winnipeg to Host Grey Cup in 2025

Mar 14, 2023 | 10:23am

Winnipeg will host the Grey Cup in 2025. The CFL made the announcement this morning. “As a proud Winnipegger, I’m absolutely elated to announce the return of the Grey Cup to my hometown,” CFL commissioner Randy Ambrosie said. “I’m thrilled for the city, the entire province of Manitoba and, of course, for all of our […]

Sask. farmers hope for speedy recovery to grain exports through Vancouver

Nov 24, 2021 | 6:15am

Saskatchewan farmers are hoping for a speedy recovery to grain exports through the West Coast. Rail crews have been working around the clock and have made progress in clearing mudslides on tracks in southern B.C. leading to the Port of Vancouver. CP Rail plans to reopen its railway between Kamloops and Vancouver Tuesday. Thirty locations […]

Grain exports slowed by bitterly cold weather

Jan 16, 2020 | 7:00am

Bitterly cold weather is affecting grain movement this week. Federal grain movement monitor, Mark Hemmes with Quorum Corporation says train lengths are cut by 15 to 30 percent when temperatures dip, for safety reasons. Hemmes says there are 35 grain ships waiting to load at Vancouver and 8 at Prince Rupert. He says it is […]