Two men from Toronto were arrested by La Ronge RCMP on Friday after a search warrant at a home revealed 81 grams of suspected cocaine.
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Moises Canales-Lavigne is a digital broadcast journalist who joined the Global News team in Regina in July 2021.
Born in Saskatoon and raised in Regina, Moises has called the Land of the Living Skies his home his entire life.
He kickstarted his journalism career in Kindersley as a radio news anchor and reporter, among other roles. Later on, Moises returned to Regina as a reporter with 620 CKRM before making the move to Global Regina.
Whether it’s sports, politics or events happening in the community, Moises is eager to share stories of what’s happening in and around the province he grew up in.
Outside of work, Moises enjoys cheering on his favourite sports teams, discovering new music and getting acquainted with old favourites, and spending time with his family, friends, and dogs.
One thing about Moises is that he is fluent in English, French and Spanish. He hopes to strengthen his command of German, which he studied in university, and learn more languages in the future.
RCMP say officers located a suspicious vehicle in the community of Bruno, Sask. where they did a search and found 1.16 kilograms of meth among other items.
The gates at Mosaic Stadium will be open two hours before Friday’s 7:45 p.m. kickoff to allow fans to get through the pre-screening process.
A decision has been made by Saskatchewan’s chief coroner to postpone the upcoming inquest due to updated COVID-19 protocols announced Thursday.
The Saskatchewan Veterinarian Medical Association’s membership recently passed a new bylaw to ban the declawing of cats within the province.
Voters will have the option to ride Regina Transit for free on Monday in order to cast their ballot on election day.
Local businesses and non-profit organizations in Regina can apply for a grant towards activities that will create community inclusion during the winter months.
The Saskatchewan RCMP has renewed its request for information regarding the whereabouts of four men on Canada-wide warrants for human trafficking charges.
Saskatchewan residents will be quickly informed of both negative and positive COVID-19 test results through text message or voice call message notifications starting Friday.
More details have been released by the Riders regarding their COVID-19 vaccine verification program ahead of Friday’s home game versus the Argonauts.
Police say they are still searching for one of three suspects from a reported kidnapping on Sept. 7 in Yorkton, Sask.
More people in Saskatchewan took advantage of advance voting this year compared with last election, with 182,438 voters at advance polls.
Crystal Froese has announced she will be running in Moose Jaw’s byelection to determine who will be the city’s next mayor.
Police say they are actively attempting to locate Jarrett Poitras who failed to appear for his trial back in August.
Twelve delegates are scheduled to speak at Wednesday’s Regina city council meeting when administration will present a COVID-19 update report.