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How diverse candidates did in the Sask. election

The provincial election was last night and while there are still a few ridings that are too close to call there were a number of diverse candidates elected in Saskatchewan.

Sask. Medical Association calls for better rural health services after election

The president of the Saskatchewan Medical Association (SMA) wants whoever wins the provincial election to know that investing in rural primary care and mental health should be a priority.

Sask. Party and NDP hold final campaign events before Monday's election

With the Saskatchewan provincial election happening tomorrow, the leaders of the two biggest political parties are on the last day of their campaign trails.

First Nations leaders, community members encourage voting in Sask. election

As many people are gearing up to head to the polls on Monday for the Saskatchewan provincial election, some First Nations leaders in the province are working to make sure their community members get out to vote.

Nameplate ripped off John A. Macdonald statue in Regina

The nameplate has been ripped off of the Sir John A. Macdonald statue in Regina's Victoria Park.

Regina-born actress Tatiana Maslany cast as lead role in Disney Plus series, She-Hulk

Tatiana Maslany, an actress from Regina Sask., has been cast in the leading role of the upcoming Disney Plus series, She-Hulk.

12-year-old aspiring filmmaker gets to star in Regina indie short film

A 12-year-old aspiring filmmaker in Regina got the opportunity of a lifetime last month when he starred in an independent short film.

Tristen Durocher ends 44-day fast, takes down teepee camp at Wascana Park

After 44 days, Tristen Durocher has taken down the teepee that stood on the grounds of the legislative building in Regina, Sask.

Lumsden, Sask., gets $1.1M from Ottawa for solar power project

Saskatchewan's biggest cities have been steadily adding solar power, but smaller communities like Lumsden are doing it, too.

La Loche, Sask., man's family concerned with force seen in video of his arrest by RCMP

A video of an Indigenous man being arrested in La Loche, Sask. on Aug. 29 has sparked accusations of excessive force.

Evraz Regina union says it's losing jobs while projects are given to out-of-country companies

The president of United Steelworkers (USW) Local 5890 says Evraz Regina could lose up to 500 jobs while out-of-province pipeline projects are importing steel pipe from outside of Canada.

Walking With Our Angels camp ordered to come down, stays standing

Regina police have ordered the Walking With Our Angels protest camp set up in Wascana Park to take down the teepee and leave.

Regina woman hopes new 'golden' prosthesis will inspire other amputees

A Regina woman is finding peace in her new ‘golden’ prosthesis leg after having issues coming to terms with her disability.

Regina beekeeper searching for lost bees

A Regina beekeeper is searching for a swarm of bees that got away from his hive in the McNab area over the weekend.

Two men walking across Saskatchewan to raise awareness of Indigenous suicide

Two men are walking across Saskatchewan in response to the government’s denial of a suicide prevention bill.

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