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The Saskatchewan Roughriders announced on Tuesday that they have signed General Manager and Head Coach Chris Jones to a contract extension through 2019.
A B.C. man is accused to trying to smuggle doda, a powdered opiate, across the Saskatchewan-U.S. border.
Despite a recent visit by Liberal Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, Conservative Rosemarie Falk won the Battlefords-Lloydminster byelection.
The Liberals have vowed to make child care affordable for those who need it and can't afford it.
The Monday, December 11, 2017 edition of Global News at 6 on Global Regina
Mon, Dec 11: After a daylong meeting, federal finance minister Bill Morneau and his provincial counterparts have agreed to a 75/25 per cent split of marijuana tax revenue, with a majority going to the provinces. Ottawa originally pitched a 50/50 split with the provinces, but that idea was rejected. David Baxter reports.
Mon, Dec 11: Minhas Sask Ventures Inc. announced on Monday that they will be building a new distillery and winery in Regina. The multi-million dollar project includes construction of a state-of-the-art building for the new distillery and winery as well as a public tasting room, off sales retail and a gift shop. David Baxter reports.
Confirmed cases of influenza are 60 per cent higher than last year. Experts say that is why you should still consider getting a flu shot, if you haven't yet.
Finance Minister Donna Harpauer is satisfied with provinces receiving 75 per cent of marijuana tax revenue, but there are still questions to answer about the cost of legalization.
Dog owners are continuing to speak out about the lack of off-leash parks in Regina. Last year the city approved three new year-round sites, but so far there has been no word on where or when they will open.