Two night staff members at Regina’s Awasiw – A Place of Hope used a naloxone kit to save a man from a drug overdose on Tuesday.
Jeanelle Mandes is a writer/producer at Global Regina.
Movie theatres in Regina such as Landmark Cinemas will re-open their doors on Sunday as part of Saskatchewan’s Re-Opening Roadmap in the Step One phase.
Three adult males were arrested in Regina’s largest seizure of 2,800 grams of fentanyl estimated in value of $1.1 million dollars.
Regina biologist and educator Jared Clarke says the only thing people can do is to protect wetlands from being drained in order to protect the birds in their natural habitat.
Due to an unplanned outage on the government website, the Big Game Draw deadline has been extended for hunters in Saskatchewan starting on May 27.
Regina police say a district male faces pending charges as a result of a hit and run collision that occurred on Sunday, May 23rd.
The Cloverdale wildfire north of Prince Albert, Sask., forced many evacuations out of their homes including animals,
An ordered evacuation is being issued by the City of Prince Albert and the Rural Municipality of Buckland due to a wildfire.
Durocher applauds the work that went behind the passing of Saskatchewan’s Suicide Prevention Bill that was passed on April 30, 2021.
For the first time in history, a national Indigenous news media organization will have meaningful involvement in the federal leaders’ debates.
A pilot project aimed at supporting Saskatoon’s homeless population will receive an additional $350,000 in funding to continue with the initiative.
A COVID-19 outbreak at Luther College results in 14-days of remote learning for students and staff.
FHQ Developments President and CEO Thomas Benjoe is amongst 50 recipients for a national award aimed at recognizing the efforts of outstanding business leaders.