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Crime Stoppers: Punnichy RCMP looking for suspect with assault, robbery, firearm charges

Crime Stoppers: Punnichy RCMP looking for suspect with assault, robbery, firearm charges

If you see Joshua Tyler Bitternose, do not approach him
Federal government announces funding for communities affected by coal transition

Federal government announces funding for communities affected by coal transition

Several communities will receive support
Carlyle RCMP reportĀ - Officers continue to handle traffic-related calls

Carlyle RCMP reportĀ - Officers continue to handle traffic-related calls

CARLYLE - There were 25 traffic tickets issued in the Carlyle detachment area in the past week. As 2021 is behind us, I want to remind everyone to ensure their vehicles are registered.
Lunch N Learn program to be hosted by Assiniboia Chamber

Lunch N Learn program to be hosted by Assiniboia Chamber

The Lunch N Learn will be held at the Canalta Hotel on Thursday, January 27 from 12 to 1 p.m.
Update: Blowing snow advisory lifted in the southeast

Update: Blowing snow advisory lifted in the southeast

No weather-related advisories in effect
Grand opening for new Assiniboia rink projected for August

Grand opening for new Assiniboia rink projected for August

The grand opening date for the new rink is set for August 20 and first ice set for September 17.
Regina Police arrest man in connection with multiple compound break and enters

Regina Police arrest man in connection with multiple compound break and enters

Regina police have charged one individual following a vehicle infraction that led to his arrest.
Antiques collectibles show might set up at Sukanen Ship Museum grounds in June

Antiques collectibles show might set up at Sukanen Ship Museum grounds in June

Tentative date is the weekend of June 25-26
Helium productions benefit southwest Saskatchewan

Helium productions benefit southwest Saskatchewan

Canada has the fifth-largest helium resources in the world, with significant underground reserves in Saskatchewan
Sask. widens industrial emissions program to "assert control" over federal carbon tax

Sask. widens industrial emissions program to "assert control" over federal carbon tax

Premier Scott Moe said the expansion of the provincial industrial emissions program will provide better relief than the federal government's carbon tax.