Regina News

News Talk 980 CJME - 19 hours 35 min ago
After being announced nearly four years ago, the new urgent care centre (UCC) in Regina is finally about to open, July 2. “(This) starts a new era of urgent care delivery in the province,” said Derek Miller, Chief Operating Officer with the Saskatchewan Health Authority (SHA). The centre will open... Read more

News Talk 980 CJME - 19 hours 53 min ago
On Tuesday, a motion to increase the proportion of capital gains that are taxed in Canada easily passed the House of Commons despite heavy pushback from the... Read more

CTV Regina - 19 hours 59 min ago
Victor Sawa, who was part of the Regina Symphony Orchestra (RSO) for almost 20 years, has died.

News Talk 980 CJME - 20 hours 24 min ago
Will Greg Fertuck get a mistrial? Justice Richard Danyliuk, the judge in the high-profile murder trial, said the short answer is “no.” Earlier this month, it was revealed in court documents... Read more

News Talk 980 CJME - 20 hours 43 min ago
WASHINGTON (AP) — The House voted Wednesday to hold Attorney General Merrick Garland in contempt of Congress for refusing to turn over audio of... Read more

News Talk 980 CJME - 20 hours 45 min ago
WINNIPEG — The Manitoba government has appointed a panel to oversee a school board that has been shaken by controversy. Education Minister Nello Altomare says the three-member panel will ensure the Mountain View School Division is focused on student learning and well-being, with an eye on diversity... Read more

CTV Regina - 20 hours 51 min ago
Premier Scott Moe is facing criticism after not outright denouncing several conspiracy theories while attending a town hall event in Speers, Sask.

News Talk 980 CJME - 20 hours 56 min ago
Environment Canada issued a tornado warning for the communities of Churchbridge and MacNatt on Wednesday afternoon. Some areas in central Saskatchewan remain under severe thunderstorm watches. A list... Read more

News Talk 980 CJME - 20 hours 59 min ago
OTTAWA — An NDP private member's bill that would criminalize a pattern of abuse known as coercive control is heading to the Senate. The legislation from Victoria MP Laurel Collins passed third reading unanimously in the House of Commons today. The bill would amend the Criminal Code to criminalize... Read more

Regina Leader-Post - 21 hours 2 min ago
Saskatchewan's first-ever urgent care centre is set to open July 2 in Regina, marking a milestone in emergency care delivery for the province.... Read more

News Talk 980 CJME - 21 hours 10 min ago
After, at first rejecting the provincial government’s offer, the Saskatchewan Teachers’ Federation (STF) is now considering binding arbitration for its collective bargaining agreement. On Tuesday, the STF announced it is talking to its members about binding arbitration.... Read more

News Talk 980 CJME - 21 hours 16 min ago
VICTORIA — B.C. Solicitor General Mike Farnworth says he is pleased the City of Surrey will join in on the transition from the RCMP to a municipal police service following a council address by Mayor Brenda Locke accepting a court ruling. Farnworth says in a statement that the people of Surrey want... Read more

Regina Leader-Post - 21 hours 19 min ago
The Saskatchewan government has submitted its written appeal arguments in favour of bringing an end to a court case aimed at its pronoun consent law.... Read more

CTV Regina - 21 hours 20 min ago
Darian Durant, Steve Molnar and Roy Shivers will be the 2024 inductees into the Saskatchewan Roughriders' Plaza of Honour, the team announced Wednesday.

Regina Leader-Post - 21 hours 23 min ago
Opposition leader Carla Beck called Premier Scott Moe's conduct at a recent town hall that touched on conspiracy theories and questions critical of the Saskatchewan Health Authority (SHA) "disappointing."... Read more

Regina Leader-Post - 21 hours 23 min ago
The Regina Public Library (RPL) will seek funding approval from city council in the coming weeks after a unanimous vote from its board members Tuesday night.... Read more

Global Regina - 21 hours 30 min ago
The STF said teachers are undergoing a consultation process around the use of binding arbitration to resolve the current bargaining dispute.

News Talk 980 CJME - 21 hours 32 min ago
HALIFAX — Nova Scotia’s premier is casting doubt on whether he will adhere to the fixed provincial election date his party passed into law soon after coming to power. Amendments to the Elections Act fixed the next election for July 15, 2025, but Premier Tim Houston passed up an opportunity... Read more

News Talk 980 CJME - 21 hours 44 min ago
Conspiracy theories abound online, but recently Premier Scott Moe was faced with several of them at a town hall in Speers, which is part of his constituency – and the Sask. NDP doesn’t like how he handled it. A video posted online shows Moe onstage for about two hours while people lobbed questions... Read more

News Talk 980 CJME - 21 hours 49 min ago
OTTAWA — The federal government has just a week left to make key changes to the Citizenship Act in response to a court ruling last year. The Ontario Superior Court has not yet agreed to extend the looming deadline, and NDP attempts to rush legislation through the House of Commons have failed.... Read more

News Talk 980 CJME - 21 hours 57 min ago
MONTREAL — Montreal-area police have arrested three people in connection with a major data theft and $8.9-million fraud involving the co-operative financial group Desjardins. Police in Laval, Que., say one of the suspects was caught with a list of personal data for 1.6 million Quebecers. The... Read more

News Talk 980 CJME - 22 hours 13 min ago
LETHBRIDGE, Alta. — An undercover officer at the border blockade at Coutts, Alta., says an accused confided in her that he expected to die in the standoff and planned to slit the throats of police. The officer testified that Anthony Olienick told her the blockade represented the war he was meant to... Read more

News Talk 980 CJME - 22 hours 36 min ago
TORONTO — Canada's largest public school board says it is working with police to assess the impact of a recent cyberattack, but its main system remains operational and has not been affected. In a letter to parents, the Toronto District School Board says an unauthorized party gained access to its... Read more

News Talk 980 CJME - 22 hours 39 min ago
The Regina International Fringe Festival (RIFF) returns next month with unique performances from around the world. From July 10–14, acts will bounce around four locations across the city, with 100 shows... Read more

Regina Leader-Post - 22 hours 41 min ago
A five-storey apartment building in Regina's Douglas Park neighbourhood will move forward despite vocal opposition from some members of the public.... Read more

CTV Regina - 22 hours 42 min ago
A King's Bench judge has dismissed Greg Fertuck's last-minute applications to either reopen his trial so he can bring in a new firearms expert, or apply for a mistrial.

Regina Leader-Post - 23 hours 9 min ago
I have an Edmonton Oilers Stanley Cup ring. Read More

Global Regina - 23 hours 16 min ago
The new Regina Urgent Care Centre is opening July 2.

News Talk 980 CJME - 23 hours 17 min ago
OTTAWA — Foreign actors are trying to interfere with the Canadian media, and journalists and their bosses need to be aware of it, the chairman of Parliament's national security committee warned on Wednesday. All forms of media, including mainstream media, are being subjected to interference by bad... Read more

News Talk 980 CJME - 23 hours 27 min ago
OTTAWA — The wildfire season has been less dire so far this year than 2023, but the risk is high across most of the country for new fires to erupt this summer. The Canadian Interagency Forest Fire Centre says there were 120 active fires burning on Tuesday, including 46 that were out of control.... Read more

CTV Regina - 23 hours 33 min ago
Saskatchewan RCMP are responding to a serious collision on Highway 9 near the communities of Stockholm and Esterhazy.

Global Regina - 23 hours 34 min ago
Three men who made an impact on the Saskatchewan Roughriders were announced as this year's Plaza of Honour inductees.

News Talk 980 CJME - 23 hours 53 min ago
OTTAWA — Democratic Institutions Minister Dominic LeBlanc is affirming a plan to have an ongoing commission of inquiry delve into allegations about MPs colluding with foreign meddlers. But LeBlanc is stopping short, at least for now, of accepting a demand from one senator to give commissioner Marie... Read more

Regina Leader-Post - 1 day 12 min ago
The province's binding arbitration offer has been revised to include a class complexity framework and wages, according... Read more

CTV Regina - 1 day 25 min ago
The Regina Public Library (RPL) is scaling back on the proposed size of a new main branch downtown because of escalating construction costs.

News Talk 980 CJME - 1 day 28 min ago
After some thunderstorms rolled through Saskatchewan overnight, Environment Canada is warning that more thunder and lightning could be coming on Wednesday. The weather service issued severe thunderstorm warnings and watches for parts of central and eastern Saskatchewan on Wednesday, saying... Read more

News Talk 980 CJME - 1 day 56 min ago
Three Roughrider legends will be inducted into the team’s Plaza of Honour this fall. This year’s inductees are quarterback Darien Durant, general manager Roy Shivers and running back Steve Molnar. Steve Mazurak, who chairs the selection committee, said he couldn’t think of three more deserving... Read more

CTV Regina - 1 day 1 hour ago
The first urgent care centre in Saskatchewan will be opening in Regina on July 2, according to the Saskatchewan Health Authority (SHA).

CTV Regina - 1 day 1 hour ago
One person was killed and three others were hospitalized in critical condition after a fatal vehicle collision Tuesday evening.

Global Regina - 1 day 1 hour ago
Swift Current is trying to get Taylor Swift into Saskatchewan by offering to change its name in her honour.