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Minister of Indigenous Services responds to backlash over tweet
Minister of Indigenous Services Seamus O'Regan deleted a tweet after it drew backlash and criticism online.
Regina families enjoy board games and bonding at Government House Family Day event
It's a day full of board games, bonding and a little bit of history at Government House in Regina.
Follow the 2019 Scotties Tournament of Hearts
Follow all the action from the 2019 Scotties Tournament of Hearts as CBC Sports reporter Devin Heroux is providing live updates from Sydney, N.S.
Waskimo festival hosting 1st public ice skating event on Regina's Wascana Lake in 16 years
The 2019 Waskimo Winter Festival in Regina is happening on Feb. 18.
Family time and satisfaction on the upswing, says survey
The definition of family togetherness is changing in Canada, but families are still reporting a high level of satisfaction, according to a new Ipsos survey for Ronald McDonald House Charities in the country.
La Ronge man faces 10 charges after alleged shooting
Indigenous rapper challenges men to 'step up' for the women in their lives
Prince Albert National Park Snow Days to feature Indigenous interpretive sessions
Family Day: What's open, what's closed in Regina
If there's a labour shortage, how come some people are still out of work?
79-year-old Saskatoon man charged in historical sexual assault case
Regina police charge 37-year-old man in city's first homicide of 2019
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