Regina News

3 Moose Jaw city councillors sanctioned following third-party investigation

Global Regina - 1 hour 42 min ago
Three Moose Jaw city councillors have been sanctioned following an investigation into a Downtown Facilities and Fieldhouse (DFFH) personnel matter.

Frontier Centre radio ad describes effects of residential schools as myths

Global Regina - 3 hours 46 min ago
A radio advertisement is causing quite a stir after a two minute piece ran in parts of western Canada, including Saskatchewan, describing some of the effects of residential schools as myths.

Accused in North Battleford Amber Alert case makes 1st court appearance

Global Regina - 3 hours 51 min ago
A first court appearance for a man facing 18 different charges in connection with stealing a vehicle with a six-year-old girl inside.

Doctors say medicinal cannabis may be the answer to ailing pets

Global Regina - 3 hours 53 min ago
With the legalization of cannabis just around the corner, veterinarians across the country are shifting their focus to its potential use in animals.

Medicinal cannabis could benefit pets

Global Regina - 4 hours 4 min ago
There’s less than a month until “recreational” cannabis is legal, but veterinarians say the change will open the world of “medicinal” cannabis to pets. Medicinal cannabis is still largely unstudied in animals, but officials say it could have many benefits for your furry family members.

Court appearance for man charged in Saskatchewan Amber Alert

Global Regina - 4 hours 7 min ago
A man made his first court appearance after a number of charges were laid against him in a Saskatchewan Amber Alert case. Meaghan Craig with the details.

Court appearance for man charged in Saskatchewan Amber Alert

Global Regina - 4 hours 7 min ago
A man made his first court appearance after a number of charges were laid against him in a Saskatchewan Amber Alert case. Meaghan Craig with the details.

Frontier Centre radio ad describes effects of residential schools as myths

Global Regina - 4 hours 12 min ago
A radio advertisement is causing quite a stir after a two minute piece ran in parts of western Canada, including Saskatchewan, describing some of the effects of residential schools as myths. Katelyn Wilson reports.

Backlash after radio ad calls residential school harms a myth

CTV Regina - 4 hours 26 min ago
A radio ad airing in Saskatchewan is asking listeners whether Canadians are being told the whole truth about residential schools.

Sask. environment minister doesn’t buy carbon tax study that suggests $1,500 rebates

Global Regina - 4 hours 32 min ago
A new report from an organization headed by a former Primer Minister Stephen Harper advisor suggests Sask. residents could see extra money from a carbon tax.

$1.4M raised for SJHL Assistance Program

Global Regina - 4 hours 40 min ago
The SJHL Assistance Program has received $1.4 million in individual and corporate donations.

Saskatchewan hockey league gets $1.4 million for assistance program after crash

CTV Regina - 4 hours 56 min ago
A program set up to deal with mental health issues in the Saskatchewan Junior Hockey League after the Humboldt Broncos bus crash has received about $1.4 million in donations.

City council considering pay-by-phone parking

CTV Regina - 5 hours 33 min ago
Regina city council is considering updating on-street parking.

Court hears closing arguments in trial of two accused in Ryan Sugar’s death

CTV Regina - 5 hours 56 min ago
Court heard closing arguments Monday in the first-degree murder trial of two people accused in the death of Ryan Sugar.

RCMP lay 24 charges after reported home invasion in northern Sask.

Global Regina - 6 hours 11 min ago
Seven people are facing a total of 24 charges after a reported home invasion in northern Saskatchewan last week.

No geotech study done on Sask. bridge that collapsed on opening day

Global Regina - 6 hours 44 min ago
A reeve in eastern Saskatchewan says no geotechnical investigation was performed on a riverbed where a newly built bridge collapsed only hours after opening.

Sask. businessman Marty Klyne named to senate

CTV Regina - 7 hours 21 sec ago
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has announced the appointment of two new Senators, including Marty Klyne from Saskatchewan.

New SGI ‘Knock on the Door’ campaign aims to curb impaired driving

Global Regina - 9 hours 50 min ago
Saskatchewan Government Insurance (SGI) has launched new ads that feature a police officer knocking at the door with news that will change a family’s life.

Saskatchewan to celebrate Biotech Week

Global Regina - 10 hours 16 min ago
Agriculture Minister David Marit has proclaimed Sept. 24 to 30 as Biotech Week in Saskatchewan, to celebrate the benefits of biotechnology in the province.

SGI launches ‘Knock on the Door Campaign’ to combat impaired driving

CTV Regina - 10 hours 35 min ago
Saskatchewan Government Insurance has launched a new ad campaign in an effort to show the effects of impaired driving.

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