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Online auctions for SLGA retail permits to begin Feb. 6

Online auctions for SLGA retail permits to begin Feb. 6

Auctions will take place throughout month of February for 35 licenses for closing SLGA liquor stores.
Canadian air travel hits another new low thanks to Sunwing mess

Canadian air travel hits another new low thanks to Sunwing mess

John Cairns’ News Watch - The outrageous Sunwing airline meltdown is the talk of Saskatchewan.

WHL roundup: Bedard scores 4 goals in Pats win over Hitmen

REGINA — The Regina Pats welcomed Connor Bedard home from the world junior hockey championship on Sunday, and the MVP for Team Canada responded by scoring four goals and adding two assists as the Pats defeated the Calgary Hitmen 6-2 in Western Hockey
If granted bail, Quewezance sisters can go home after 30 years

If granted bail, Quewezance sisters can go home after 30 years

The sisters' cousin – who was a youth at the time – has repeatedly admitted that he is the one who killed Kamsack-area farmer Anthony Joseph Dolff.

WHL roundup: Wong helps sharp Blades roll past Rebels

SASKATOON — Trevor Wong scored twice and added an assist as the Saskatoon Blades defeated the Red Deer Rebels 6-2 in Western Hockey League action on Saturday.
English town holds candlelight service at cemetery to honour Canadian airmen

English town holds candlelight service at cemetery to honour Canadian airmen

More than 1,000 casualties are commemorated at Stonefall Cemetery in North Yorkshire, England, including more than 660 Canadians.
Sask. residents in Mexico during arrest of El Chapo's son feel safe

Sask. residents in Mexico during arrest of El Chapo's son feel safe

Many Saskatchewan residents say they feel safe even after gunfire erupted in Mexico with the arrest of the son of ‘El Chapo’, the alleged leader of the Sinaloa cartel that is considered one of the largest, most dangerous cartels in the world.

Ratzlaff stops 28 shots to lead Seattle Thunderbirds past Regina Pats 6-0

REGINA — Scott Ratzlaff stopped 28 shots for the shutout as the Seattle Thunderbirds downed the Regina Pats 6-0 in Western Hockey League play Friday night.
Five things to know about the Jan. 6 CRISP report

Five things to know about the Jan. 6 CRISP report

Flu cases and COVID-19 declining in the province
Brandt Centre hosts World Juniors watch party

Brandt Centre hosts World Juniors watch party

Fans in Regina tuning in the World Juniors gold medal game on the big screen at the home arena of the Regina Pats.
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