Heidi Atter

AP/Web Writer

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Sask. man hopes to share father's hand-drawn maps of Churchill River, his 'heaven on earth'

Milow Worel spent decades hand drawing maps of the Churchill River system. Now, he wants to share them with others wanting to go on those same trips.

New Zealand team bridges Indigenous cultures with haka at Sask. Powwow

Indigenous cultures converged at a Saskatchewan powwow when a New Zealand softball team performed the haka, a traditional dance of that country's Māori people.

Growing the family: Breakdancing, hip hop dancing 'waking up' in Regina

New classes in Downtown Regina and an Olympic announcement have people moving to the beat, dancers say.

'A beautiful game': Chess competitors gather in Regina for national championship

The National Open Chess Championship runs July 12 to 18 at the Travelodge in Regina.

Regina welding camp encouraging young women to break stereotypes

An all-girls welding camp at Sask Polytechnic is designed to diversify the workforce of the trade.

'There are voices to be heard': New Sask. podcast network shining light on local content

Looking for a road-trip listen? Why not look local?

Fundraiser started for composting toilets after Churchill River being 'loved to death'

People are coming to the Barker Island area for whitewater rafting, but not enough are taking their waste out with them, a tour guide said.

Regina seniors home welcomes alpaca, bunnies, chicks and more for afternoon visit

The Riverbend Crossing Memory Care home specializes in residents with cognitive difficulties like dementia and Alzhiemer's.

Strongman draws competitors together, including teachers

The Strongman competition is held at Wascana Park each Canada Day.

Car-sized sinkhole opens on Regina street

Regina police were called to the sinkhole on Elphinstone Street and Avonhurst Drive around 2:51 on July 1.

'Comfort them': 5 owners talk dogs and fireworks on Canada Day

Thinking about taking your pup to the show on Canada Day? Here are 5 owners with advice.

Free little library set on fire early Canada Day in Regina

The free little library was located in the Normanview area.

Diversity through dance: Behind the moves that connect these performers to their culture

In the spirit of Canada Day, CBC Saskatchewan is showing off the province's multiculturalism through people who are expressing their heritage through traditional dance.

Plans for new childcare facility spark massive Regina YWCA garage sale

The garage sale is being held at 1855 Second Avenue N. on Friday and Saturday.

Raptors win will have 'everlasting' effect on young basketball players, says Regina coach

Players on the Regina Mambas basketball team say the Toronto Raptors' NBA championship win pushes them to work harder and gives them hope they too could make the pro leagues one day.