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Semi drivers start letter writing campaign for mandatory federal training
The growing chorus demanding mandatory training for semi drivers now includes some of the drivers themselves.
Officer shoots at vehicle, is almost hit during traffic stop gone bad: Regina police
Regina police say a 22-year-old man is facing an attempted murder charge after a traffic stop went awry early Monday morning.
University of Regina men's basketball team rostered ineligible player
Another University of Regina sports team has been found to have had an athlete play while ineligible.
Sask. report lists drought, convective storms as highest natural hazard risks
Drought, convective summer storms, forest fires and winter storms were identified as the biggest natural hazards in Sask. in a report tabled by the Saskatchewan Research Council.
93-year-old man missing since Dec. 9 found dead: Regina police
Regina police say a 93-year-old man reported missing last week has been found dead.
'Tantamount to expropriation': RM's plan to transform Lone Rock, Sask., faces legal challenge
Sask. announces changes to fees and online reservations for provincial parks
Regina police chief says Indigenous relations have 'come a long way' in Saskatchewan
Traffic restrictions as crews install cabling at Ring Road and Victoria Ave.
Lakeview students featured in new mini documentary about solar power in Sask.
Former Rams QB Noah Picton signs with CFL's Toronto Argonauts
Mortimer the raven is a crow; owner allowed to keep injured bird
Quebecers criticize 'dirty' Alberta oil but buy more gasoline, SUVs: report
Search party expanding to west Regina for missing student
Police investigate after man found dead outside Regina home
As a farmer, I think the 'thank a farmer' movement is complete nonsense
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