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Playgrounds full as schools go remote
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Playgrounds full as schools go remote

Even with the threat of a new, more contagious COVID-19 variant the playgrounds in Regina’s public parks that were cordoned off for most of last year are now fully accessible to the public. And full.  Chris Mlazgar, a Regina resident who works from home, was attending Candy Cane Park on Wascana drive with his family...

Carmichael receives Business Student support
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Carmichael receives Business Student support

Rather than living in a tent for five days during a chilly Saskatchewan spring, the University of Regina Hill Business Students Society is trying something new in its annual fundraiser for Carmichael Outreach. This year’s iteration is being called “Project Live for 5” and will consist of a two-hour nightly livestream on Facebook from 7-9...

U of R students still adapting to online learning
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U of R students still adapting to online learning

It’s been nearly a year since the initial lockdown in Saskatchewan due to COVID-19. A lot has changed since then and some University of Regina students’ views regarding online learning are no exception. “It’s getting a lot easier because I’m getting more used to the online schooling part,” said Faith, a second-year social work student...

APAS expresses optimism in announcement of AgriStability expansion
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APAS expresses optimism in announcement of AgriStability expansion

Todd Lewis, a farmer and the president of APAS, is happy to hear that the federal government is finally improving the AgriStability program. APAS (Agricultural Producers Association of Saskatchewan) is an advocacy group focused on advising the provincial and federal governments about agricultural policies. “Farmers risks are higher than ever, and our costs have gone...

Pats support T’s for Toys charity
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Pats support T’s for Toys charity

The WHL has replaced its annual teddy bear toss games with “T’s for Toys,” a fundraiser where all 22 teams sell limited edition T-shirts that are emblazoned with their mascots. Saskatchewan clubs have chosen a wide array of organizations to fundraise for, with the Moose Jaw Warriors choosing the Salvation Army, the Saskatoon Blades selecting...