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Primer takes climate change to personal level

Primer takes climate change to personal level

The research institute at the University of Winnipeg is launching a series of online classes aimed at building climate resilience and adaptive capacity
Street gang survivance told through the stories of Indigenous women in new book

Street gang survivance told through the stories of Indigenous women in new book

By sharing their stories, the women, who chose different names than their own to share their stories, want other women to see “that there’s a way out, that there’s others who have gone through similar things.”
Hunter Brothers release anticipated Christmas album ‘Joy To The World’

Hunter Brothers release anticipated Christmas album ‘Joy To The World’

The Hunter Brothers decided to create the project because of their family's love for the holidays.
You or a loved one using illicit drugs?  Here's help

You or a loved one using illicit drugs? Here's help

An overdose is a medical emergency. If you witness one, call 911 immediately.
Cote First Nation Elder interviewed by Anderson Cooper

Cote First Nation Elder interviewed by Anderson Cooper

The celebrity journalist spent much of the day with the local Elder from the Cote First Nation.
Let’s be smarter on carbon capture. We won’t get to net-zero without it

Let’s be smarter on carbon capture. We won’t get to net-zero without it

There is a real opportunity to reduce GHG emissions through decarbonization
RSM displays highlight world's largest T. rex

RSM displays highlight world's largest T. rex

Dinovember in full swing at the Royal Saskatchewan Museum
Searching for ways to clean up wastewater

Searching for ways to clean up wastewater

USask researcher participates in national water survey as part of oil sands research
War Amputee Veterans started 100-Year Legacy

War Amputee Veterans started 100-Year Legacy

The War Amps veteran members established the Key Tag Service, which is still going strong today, to fund the Association’s many vital programs for amputees across Canada.
Here’s where to meet Regina’s most famous ghosts, if you dare

Here’s where to meet Regina’s most famous ghosts, if you dare

Regina's undoubtedly a city with history — and with history comes skeletons in closets.
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