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Breaking the stigma. Period.
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Breaking the stigma. Period.

The Champions of Change club is looking to make a difference in the lives of women – and everyone who menstruates – at the University of Regina. “I think it’s really important that women feel safe and included,” said the Champions of Change event coordinator, Mira Cappello, 19. “I think more people than we think...

University curling clubs heading to national event
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University curling clubs heading to national event

Both University of Regina curling teams – despite not being fully-funded varsity teams, are off to nationals in March after qualifying at the 2020 Canada West Curling championships in Edmonton. “We’re thrilled,” said Tom Hamon, a co-coach who works with both teams. Over the past three years the University’s women’s team made it to nationals...

Keeping the art in Artesian
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Keeping the art in Artesian

Standing in the heart of Regina’s Cathedral area is an old church, now known as the Artesian. But this former church now holds another purpose – to share art. “It’s a great place to see entertainment in our community,” said Dana Rempel, the managing director of the Artesian. “Entertainment and art are an important part...

Sharing Christmas through a shoebox
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Sharing Christmas through a shoebox

REGINA – With the Christmas season fast approaching, Charlotte Kessler sat at her kitchen table packing and unpacking different items into two small red and green shoeboxes. Notebooks, deflated soccer balls and toothbrushes are just some of the things she is placing inside, knowing that packing these boxes for Operation Christmas Child (OCC) will impact...

Honesty is the best policy
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Honesty is the best policy

After a nasty campaign where leaders were arguing and outright lying, many voters in Saskatchewan are looking for one thing – honesty. At Dr. A. E.  Perry Elementary School polling station in Regina, a steady stream of people came and went throughout the morning. When asked after she voted what value was most important to...

Storytelling Club connecting the community
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Storytelling Club connecting the community

Want to hear a good story? The Storytellers Club is a space where you can do just that. Created by Ashley Kilback, The Storytellers Club is a “storytelling community that brings people together to listen to stories about the human experience” The event was first held in the small Brewed Awakening cafe on Dewdney Avenue...