The community of Carry the Kettle Nakoda Nation celebrates the grand opening of the Chief Long Lodge Educational Centre.
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Jacob Carr is a digital broadcast journalist at Global News in Regina.
A group of Regina friends have started a non-profit organization dedicated to bring people together through the game of basketball.
A Regina man is recovering from injuries being stabbed and shot during an attack at a home on Aug. 27 in the Gladmer Park neighbourhood.
The 2021 Food Truck Wars event took place at Regina’s Centennial Market on Sunday afternoon.
Ryan Meili is calling on the Sask Party and Health Minister Paul Merriman to start doing their job or to find a new one. Meili believes that the current government is failing.
The Riders are experiencing increased pressure from its fan base to mandate proof of vaccinations in order to attend games, now that over two-thirds of the CFL is doing so.
The Saskatchewan Health Authority says it’s looking to step in to alleviate concerns surrounding ER closures at the Assiniboia Union Hospital.
After years of contentious debate about the topic, Regina city council passed a motion Wednesday to fluoridate the drinking water in the city.
In the women’s gold medal soccer match at the Tokyo 2020 Olympics, Team Canada emerged victorious over Team Sweden. The victory is inspiring young players in Regina.
The owner of Kenosee Superslides says he made the hard decision to shut down the park for 2021 after the Saskatchewan Health Authority did not issue an operational license.
A local business is excited to be once again be fully operational, after being heavily restricted last year due to COVID restrictions.
Riders offensive lineman Logan Ferland is adjusting to his new role on the team. In 2019 he was on the practice roster, but this year is looking to earn a starting spot.
The battle for the backup quarterback of the Saskatchewan Roughriders is heating up. Isaac Harker is confident in his ability to nail down the spot.
Micah Johnson has made a journey home of sorts after previously suiting up for the Riders in 2019. He says he is looking forward to the opportunity to shine.
The leadership of the small village community of Lumsden Beach is calling on the provincial government to build a new neighbouring beach.