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Enthusiasm lacking for Students’ Union elections
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Enthusiasm lacking for Students’ Union elections

University of Regina students are voting in another election and despite such an important event, there seems to be a lack of buzz around campus. The general consensus among nine students interviewed is that they didn’t know the students’ union elections were happening March 18-19. They didn’t know where to vote or they just weren’t...

Bell’s mental health campaign open to praise, questions
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Bell’s mental health campaign open to praise, questions

The Bell Let’s Talk hashtag on social media is raising awareness for mental health, but it’s also raising questions about whether the company is using the campaign to better its image within the corporate world. “I don’t think it would be accurate to say they’re exploiting the image (of mental illness),” said Bruce Anderson, a...

Saskatchewan Stepping up on Concussions
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Saskatchewan Stepping up on Concussions

B.C. Lions quarterback Buck Pierce scrambles from the pocket, looking to pick up a first down. Maurice Lloyd, a linebacker for the Saskatchewan Roughriders, meets Pierce in the hole and tackles him head first, knocking Pierce unconscious.The crowd at Mosaic Stadium rises to its feet and roars in approval as Lloyd celebrates mere feet away...

Cowessess looking to break barriers with Health Centre
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Cowessess looking to break barriers with Health Centre

As it stands, nothing stands at 1236 Albert St. in Regina. But Cowessess First Nation has big plans for the property. The plan is to build a three-and-a-half-storey Urban Indigenous Health Centre at the location, a facility that is designed to improve not only the physical health of Indigenous and non-Indigenous people, but also their...

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Transit a Struggle for Regina’s Disabled Community

Taking the Regina transit system may not seem like a big deal for most, but for disabled people using the paratransit system can be a challenge. Bryan Smith, a recent University of Regina history graduate who has cerebral palsy and uses a wheelchair, started using the system nine years ago and has noticed one pressing...