LISTEN: Brent Worrall hand-cycling 400 km to Humboldt in support of Mental Health Awareness

Brent Worrall

Brent Worrall, author, mental health advocate and a T3 complete paraplegic, will be hand-cycling 400 kilometres from Swift Current to Humboldt to create awareness around PTSD and Mental Health related issues. 

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Concern as police investigate stolen RCMP clothing, equipment, and guns


An alleged weekend theft of firearms and RCMP-issued clothing and equipment is cause for concern for police in Regina.

The Regina Police Service issued an advisory early Monday evening after a reported break and enter that resulted in a pair of guns going missing along with a long list of RCMP-issued gear and some other items.

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BHP and Women Building Futures bring trades program to Saskatchewan


BHP is solidifying its position as an inclusive employer dedicated to workforce diversity by joining forces with Women Building Futures (WBF) with the BHP Trades Readiness Program. The initiative is designed to provide women with hand-on skills required in the mining industry. The first of five cohorts of women kicks off in January 2023. Training providing safety certificates, hands-on construction trade skills, and best practices will be part of the package. 

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LISTEN: Local comic writers heading to Regina as guest creators for SaskExpo

Jeff Burton

Jeff Burton, a local comic book hero, also known as Auroraman, and daughter Kyrra Burton are headed off to Regina this weekend for the Sask Expo Regina, where they will be guest creators. 

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Paddling to exorcism: Abuse allegations spark new regulations at Saskatchewan schools

Dustin Duncan

Saskatchewan is stepping in to supervise three independent schools after a proposed class-action lawsuit was filed against former teachers, pastors and church elders.

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