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Snowbirds temporarily grounded due to technical problems

Snowbirds temporarily grounded due to technical problems

The Department of Defence says the problem relates to a device that sets the timing for the deployment of the parachute during the ejection sequence.
Surgery professor sues SHA, U of S, COM following termination

Surgery professor sues SHA, U of S, COM following termination

The SHA and U of S terminated Dr. Francis Christian as a surgeon and professor of surgery for speaking out against giving the COVID vaccine to children

Woman dozes off on train tracks, escapes injury as train screeches to halt

PRINCE ALBERT, Sask. — A Prince Albert, Sask., woman has narrowly escaped serious injury after falling asleep between a set of train tracks.
Mandatory early family dispute resolution goes province-wide

Mandatory early family dispute resolution goes province-wide

As of July 1 mandatory, early family dispute resolution will extend across the entire province, with options such as collaborative law services, family law arbitration, family mediation, and parent co-ordination. 
No graves at RGH lot, parking restrictions lifted

No graves at RGH lot, parking restrictions lifted

Restrictions on parking now lifted at Regina General Hospital as of Saturday, as anomalies turn out to be structural debris and old building materials.
History of NDP leadership races in Saskatchewan

History of NDP leadership races in Saskatchewan

NDP leadership races in Saskatchewan have run the range from tight contests that went multiple ballots, to one race that ended in acclamation.
Saskatchewan to start reporting COVID-19 data once a month

Saskatchewan to start reporting COVID-19 data once a month

REGINA — Saskatchewan will soon be reporting COVID-19 data once a month, shifting away from its current weekly report. The government says it is moving toward a monthly schedule as the rate of COVID-19 infection falls.
Five things to know about this week’s COVID-19 report

Five things to know about this week’s COVID-19 report

The weekly report will shift to monthly updates after next week.

Head of sexual assault centre condemns Saskatchewan judge for language used in trial

REGINA — The head of a sexual assault centre is condemning comments made by a Saskatchewan judge, saying he wouldn't have used the same language if the complainants were men.
Love calls on Moe, Duncan to retract education comments

Love calls on Moe, Duncan to retract education comments

At the legislature, NDP education critic Matt Love calls on Premier Moe and Education Minister Duncan to stop blaming school divisions, increase education funding.