The Morning Edition - Sask | Feb 20, 2014 | 7:14

A Women's Professional Hockey League?

Morning Edition guest host Stefani Langenegger speaks with NBC Sports Reporter James Neveau, who believes a professional women's hockey league would greatly improve the quality of the sport at international events like The Olympics.

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The Morning Edition - Sask Regina man's identity gets used in romance scamming Oct 15, 2014 | 11:35For years con artists have been using the identity of Alec Couros for romance scamming. They take his photos, pretend to be someone they are not, and then scam people into falling in love with them, often trying to get money as the end result.

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