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Special Olympics celebrates 50 years of inclusion
Saturday marks 50 years that Special Olympics has been offering sport programs for people with intellectual disabilities. A celebration will kick off at Douglas Park in Regina.
'That's for boys': One of Sask.'s 1st strongwomen reflects on stereotypes and becoming world class
Tracey Halladay didn’t even want to go to the gym when she was younger because she’d sweat. After encouragement from her husband she tried it and has been competing in powerlifting and strongman ever since.
'Why did you do this?': Muslim man reels after being attacked while walking home from Saskatoon mosque
Police are investigating an unprovoked attack against a Muslim grandfather walking from morning prayers on July 13.
No hydrocarbons found in river after salt water leak, says Husky
Two days after Husky Energy detected a leak associated with oil production, it says testing of the nearby Englishman River has not detected hydrocarbons in the water.
Police charge driver after semi tips over
A 36-year-old man is facing a traffic safety charge after a semi-trailer tipped on its side in Regina on Thursday in Regina.
Number of Sask. people behind on mortgages at 26-year high
Salmonella outbreak linked to Hogfest in Englefeld, Sask.
In Your Shoes: CBC reporter tries strongwoman training
Permanent memorial site at Broncos crash site sought, but no decision yet
Horse-drawn carriage with 18 youth onboard crashes near Round Lake in Sask.
'Dancing has never died': Music lovers hope to save Danceland
Roughriders rally to road victory over Ticats
Legal action against justice camp contrary to reconciliation, say leaders
Mother fights for 'butterfly baby' Leo, and pricey essential wound care supplies
How a carbon tax will affect Canadians is difficult to predict
Keep an eye on your cats, wildlife organization says after ducklings mauled
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