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Regina becoming more ‘clothes’ minded as fashion entrepreneurship grows
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Regina becoming more ‘clothes’ minded as fashion entrepreneurship grows

Alicia Morrow’s table is covered with papers; everything from bills, ideas, notes and the next scholarship application. A side table has a number of sweaters, t-shirts and hats all laid out and ready to be picked up. Her self-designed street-wear clothing brand The Comeback Society officially launched near the end of 2018.

11-year-old’s dream of playing sledge hockey brought to Melville, Sask.
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11-year-old’s dream of playing sledge hockey brought to Melville, Sask.

A new sledge hockey team in Melville, Saskatchewan was inspired by one young girl’s love of the sport. Ayva Delainey has spina bifida and uses a wheelchair. Her mom Tracy Delainey wanted to bring the sport to their home community. Now children with disabilities and without are playing together. The new team is called the...

‘Deaf People’s Rights’; Silent community at Trudeau Town Hall raises issues with C-81
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‘Deaf People’s Rights’; Silent community at Trudeau Town Hall raises issues with C-81

From left: Allard Thomas, Mustafa Alabssi, Karen Nurkowski. Allard Thomas asked the Prime Minister about Bill C-81 at the University of Regina Prime Minister Justin Trudeau Town Hall on January 10, 2019. (Photo credit to Heidi Atter) At the University of Regina Town Hall with Prime Minister Justin Trudeau many people had questions revolving around...

Trudeau Town Hall brings people of all opinions
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Trudeau Town Hall brings people of all opinions

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau faced questions about everything from pipelines, Indigenous rights, construction workers in rural areas, international student tuition rates, persons with disabilities, to the carbon tax at the town hall held at the University of Regina on January 20, 2019. A diverse crowd attended, including yellow vest protestors and Indigenous rights protestors. The...

Gallery to honour pioneer mother’s legacy
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Gallery to honour pioneer mother’s legacy

“That’s me there, miserable little character, eh?” Archie Shaver says with a smile, pointing at a photograph of himself and his four brothers when they were younger. He motions to a photograph of his mother riding a horse. “And mom, she traded a picture of a herd of horses for that saddle horse.”