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Legislative Assembly gathers for service honouring public service veterans

Legislative Assembly gathers for service honouring public service veterans

Many gathered for an early ceremony honouring public service veterans at the Legislative Building in Regina on Nov. 3.
Treaty boundary signage along highways coming to Sask.

Treaty boundary signage along highways coming to Sask.

Signage to mark treaty boundaries will be installed along highways in Sask. beginning this spring, according to the Ministry of highways.
Novlan Bros. named to Sask. Business Hall of Fame

Novlan Bros. named to Sask. Business Hall of Fame

Novlan Bros. Sales were formally inducted to the Hall of Fame at the ABEX Awards held on Oct. 22.
FSIN pushing province for more support services as homelessness in Sask. rises

FSIN pushing province for more support services as homelessness in Sask. rises

Regina's Camp Marjorie is pleading for help from provincial officials before cold weather arrives.
Crime Stoppers: Wanted list features five at large

Crime Stoppers: Wanted list features five at large

If you know the current location of any of these wanted individuals, please call your nearest police service
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
Pope Francis to visit Canada

Pope Francis to visit Canada

Pope Francis will also meet with representatives of First Nations, Inuit, and Metis later this year.
Public health guidelines offer safe practices for a no-risk Halloween weekend

Public health guidelines offer safe practices for a no-risk Halloween weekend

Public health is reminding everyone to stay safe on Halloween weekend, with a set of tips to avoid COVID-19 transmission.
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.
Sask. not planning daily ICU patient transfers after this weekend, said officials

Sask. not planning daily ICU patient transfers after this weekend, said officials

Provincial officials say the relocation of some ICU patients and the addition of outside resources is helping Sask.'s overwhelmed health care staff.
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