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Contributions help Regina Food Bank adapt during COVID-19

By Michelle Lerat  More people than ever are utilizing the Regina Food Bank due to the Coronavirus pandemic, changes are being made to ensure safety for employees and clients.   “We’ve still been seeing our usual clients plus some,” said Laura Murray, senior manager of community development at the Regina Food Bank. “We’ve already seen an increase...

Sask. has fewest road fatalities since ‘50’s
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Sask. has fewest road fatalities since ‘50’s

The number of road fatalities has dropped to an all-time low in this province. Just 71 people died in traffic accidents in Saskatchewan in 2019, according to the government, the lowest in recorded history. The previous low was 73 fatalities in 1951. “I want to say thank you to the people of Saskatchewan for helping...

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Pedestrian killed

REGINA – A fatal collision involving a 66 year old man who was struck by a vehicle occurred the evening of Friday Nov. 15. Regina Police Service (RPS) confirmed the victim had been identified but his name has not been released. The deceased’s family was contacted on the night of the incident. The intersection where...

Fundraiser puts small town Saskatchewan on the map
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Fundraiser puts small town Saskatchewan on the map

A small farm town is making a name for itself with the Raymore Summer Slam, a fundraiser that brought relief to tornado devastated families and donated to the town swimming pool. Raymore is like many farming communities. Looking down Main Street you see the old grain elevator. It’s walking distance from the town hall, across...