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Commercial heritage building continues to burn for second day in downtown Regina
Firefighters worked all through Monday to try to douse the flames at the heritage building across from Victoria Park in downtown Regina. As of 4 p.m. smoke was still pouring out the windows of the long-vacant structure.
Man charged with endangering lives after gas meters damaged in downtown Regina
A 39 year-old man is facing 31 charges after more than two dozen gas meters were damaged in downtown Regina during the weekend.
Province, city provide last-minute funding to keep doors open at Regina emergency shelter
Regina's The Gathering Place: New Beginnings emergency shelter will remain open past Sept. 30 thanks to a funding agreement between the city and province.
Crown blasts Saskatoon mayor, FSIN for response to shoplifting arrest video
A Saskatoon prosecutor says that Mayor Charlie Clark and FSIN Chief Bobby Cameron were offside when they publicly attacked a security guard recorded arresting an Indigenous woman outside a grocery store in April 2021.
'Tremendous' enrolment growth pushes Sask. schools to convert shared spaces into classrooms
Libraries and staff rooms are among the shared spaces being transformed into classrooms to make room for the growing number of students in Regina and Saskatoon, according to the cities’ main school divisions.
Parole board warned employees about threats following Sask. mass stabbing, emails show
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