“I have donated over 600 pounds of food and aiming to get to 2000 pounds by end of the season,” RPIRG Green Patch Coordinator, Tayef Ahmed said.
The community has not had a positive COVID-19 case to date.
Karis Oscienny started writing when she was nine and has since developed a passion for story telling with her first book already in the works.
Street Culture executive director Dustin Browne resigned last month after sexual allegations against him surfaced online.
The Regina-based brewery will also bring in facilitators to host staff sessions on sexual harassment and discrimination.
‘If numbers stay like this and donations stay low on the food end, we are going to have to continue to rely on eating into our reserves,’ Regina Food Bank CEO John Bailey said.
The report outlined 10 recommendations to support the growth of women-led businesses in Saskatchewan.
The next challenge for Indy and Percy when they arrive at CNIB Guide Dogs’ Canine Campus, is transitioning into training with a guide dog mobility instructor or guide dog trainer.
‘We are calling it a soft reopening. We’ll be open Friday nights, Saturdays and Tuesdays,’ one of Rainbow Cinema’s managers, Thomas Hendricksen, said.
The commitment builds off of a $4-billion government irrigation investment in the Saskatchewan Conservation and Development Association announced last year.
According to the study, the chance of exceeding toxin levels that cause acute human health effects has increased to one in four in several lakes in southern Saskatchewan.
League registration closes on June 14.
Provincial Capital Commission said it is working with the city and the University of Regina to provide safe and inclusive bathroom facilities for park-goers.
A full investigation is ongoing to track the costs associated with the clean up, which the City of Regina will recoup from the Co-op Refinery Complex.
Some of the movie titles include “Onward,” “Yesterday,” “Captain Marvel,” “Moana” and “The Breakfast Club.”