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Sask. Roughriders join vaccination mandate for fans in the stands this season

Sask. Roughriders join vaccination mandate for fans in the stands this season

Both the Riders and the Elks announced vaccination policies Monday morning, the last two CFL teams to do so
Inaugural Fun and Games Day at Government House a trip back to 1905

Inaugural Fun and Games Day at Government House a trip back to 1905

Bocce ball, croquet and cricket: an everyday afternoon of entertainment for an Edwardian household.
Sask. Cancer Agency introduces new first-in-Canada radiotherapy to Regina clinic

Sask. Cancer Agency introduces new first-in-Canada radiotherapy to Regina clinic

The new radiosurgery technology treats brain cancer with precision high-dose radiation to reduce side effects
Sask. film industry in the spotlight for Eye on Sask. Screen Week

Sask. film industry in the spotlight for Eye on Sask. Screen Week

The week-long event is hosting several workshops and movie screenings with Sask. filmmakers
Subsurface mineral public offering raises $1.8 million

Subsurface mineral public offering raises $1.8 million

To date, the 2021-22 subsurface mineral public offering has raised over $4.2 million
Restricted sales, tax increase on vape products coming to Sask. in fall

Restricted sales, tax increase on vape products coming to Sask. in fall

Sask. is increasing restrictions even further, beginning in Sept.
July Traffic Spotlight results are in

July Traffic Spotlight results are in

July: 7,457 aggressive driving or speeding offences
SHA testing error identified false positives in Regina long-term care outbreaks

SHA testing error identified false positives in Regina long-term care outbreaks

A total of 255 COVID-19 tests were processed with a machine error at the provincial lab, says public health.
Preliminary hearing for four accused of murdering elementary teacher adjourned until October

Preliminary hearing for four accused of murdering elementary teacher adjourned until October

GoFundMe page raising money for family
No surge in visitors in North Portal after U.S. border reopened

No surge in visitors in North Portal after U.S. border reopened

The situation in North Portal is different from what could have been expected.