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Hay West boosted spirits, fed a few cows

Hay West boosted spirits, fed a few cows

The Canadian Federation of Agriculture is organizing another version of Hay West
Protecting the vulnerable helps lawyer work with Human Rights Commission

Protecting the vulnerable helps lawyer work with Human Rights Commission

New head says it's the best council in the country.
Sask. signs into $10-a-day child care agreement plan with federal government

Sask. signs into $10-a-day child care agreement plan with federal government

Saskatchewan is the latest province to sign the federal government's affordable child care plan.
Usask, U of R both requiring vaccination for all on-campus students, faculty this fall

Usask, U of R both requiring vaccination for all on-campus students, faculty this fall

Both universities in Saskatchewan will be requiring proof of vaccination for students and faculty to be on campus this fall.
Northern Sask. mine cleanup to cost roughly $1.6M

Northern Sask. mine cleanup to cost roughly $1.6M

The province is responsible for 33 non-uranium abandoned mines in northern Saskatchewan
The time for vaccine hesitancy has passed says SMA

The time for vaccine hesitancy has passed says SMA

SMA wants the province to require all health care workers to be vaccinated
John Doe in 1995 Regina cold case ID'd after genealogical DNA research

John Doe in 1995 Regina cold case ID'd after genealogical DNA research

“It’s huge. I don’t think it's been done before:” cold case detective Sgt. Troy Davies
Exodus of senior nurses combined with obligations of new nurses threatens health services

Exodus of senior nurses combined with obligations of new nurses threatens health services

“I have seen many of my co-workers take early retirement, creating this huge exodus of very experienced and valuable nurses out of our hospitals and care facilities. One of the reasons many nurses consider retirement is fatigue. Nurses are exhausted,” Johanne Rust, Nurse Practitioner.
Man charged after stopping helicopter at Tisdale ice cream shop

Man charged after stopping helicopter at Tisdale ice cream shop

Helicopter lands in high-traffic area to buy a cake.
‘I felt like I was on an island:’ Regina officer who shot Geoffrey Morris testifies in inquest

‘I felt like I was on an island:’ Regina officer who shot Geoffrey Morris testifies in inquest

The second day of a inquiry into the death of a Regina man heard from the officer who fired the fatal shot and crisis negotiators on scene.