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Donation from company that will save Regina German Club $70K in repairs 'like winning the lottery'
The German Club in Regina was looking to spend some serious cash to replace an aging furnace until one company came forward and offered up three, free of charge.
Health officials investigate salmonella outbreak in 5 provinces
Public health officials in five provinces are investigating a salmonella outbreak that has affected 45 individuals, some of whom ate cucumbers, although other sources are being investigated.
Statistics Canada adds warning to survey after concerns raised about triggering questions
Statistics Canada has surveyed more than 35,000 Canadians on gender-based violence, including sensitive questions about domestic violence, sexual abuse, online harassment and discrimination.
'The right thing to do': parents share Logan Boulet's story and decision to donate organs
More than six months after their son gave the gift of life, Toby and Bernadine Boulet still can not believe the incredible impact that decision has made. They were guests at a Kidney Foundation of Canada event in Saskatoon to talk about the importance of organ donation.
Santa will come to town, as Regina car dealership steps up to sponsor 2018 parade
Regina's Wheaton Kia dealership decided it would sponsor the 2018 Santa Claus Parade in Regina immediately after hearing it had been cancelled.
Five things for the cannabis-uninitiated to know about bud
Roughriders long snapper Jorgen Hus goes from 'awful' to outstanding
Where will you get busted? This flow chart explains where you can and cannot use legal cannabis in Sask.
'You empower each other': Mother-son team start childhood anxiety support group in Regina
South Regina residents fed up with water main work