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Why no legal pot stores are open in Saskatoon and Regina today
None of the 13 legal cannabis stores in Saskatoon and Regina have confirmed they will open their doors Wednesday. Seven out of the 13 have said they definitely won't. A supply shortage is a common reason.
Roughrider Charleston Hughes charged with impaired driving
Saskatchewan Roughrider Charleston Hughes is facing impaired driving charges after an incident in Regina last week.
Walking down the street, smoking a joint. Will you get busted? A cannabis consumer guide
Don't expect a marijuana use "free-for-all", says one Saskatchewan police force.
What you need to know about legally ordering marijuana online
For people who want to buy legal cannabis but won't have access to marijuana stores, purchasing online will be the best option. CBC News asked the RCMP, Canada Post and Health Canada for answers on the legalities.
Little Pine, Poundmaker First Nations team up to train special constables
Calling them "the eyes and ears" of their communities, the Little Pine and Poundmaker Cree Nations are training 20 special constables to patrol and enforce reserve bylaws.
Fall weather finally back in Saskatchewan but how long will it last?
Regina police chief encourages officers to take educational approach on cannabis
City councillors want Regina to shift to wind, solar power by 2050
Hundreds of Sask. police officers trained to nab drug-impaired drivers
Municipality where bridge collapsed opening day doesn't regret declining provincial cash for better bridge
Shaunavon in running for $250,000 windfall to fix up football field
'We do crazy stuff and we're always taking chances': B.C. couple new owners of Kinistino mansion
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'Bursting at the seams with unbearable love': Regina couple eagerly awaits child carried by a surrogate
Royal Canadian Legion in Regina looking to raise cash to stay afloat
Sask. woman assaulted, taken on ATV against her will: RCMP
Saskatchewan First Nation won't recognize government jurisdiction over cannabis
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