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Sharing stories of life and culture through film

Janine Windolph is an indigenous filmmaker and director from Regina who recently shared a film about her grandmother, her two sons, and a fish. Stories are in Our Bones is a tender and heart-warming film Windolph created to honour Indigenous stories and culture. The camera follows the journey of Windolph and her sons on a...

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Black History Month commemorated by museum, university

Carol LaFayette-Boyd, being a second generation Canadian with African heritage herself, has a close connection with Black History month; and she hopes to bring more attention to this month and its purpose. “[Regina does] lots of things but there are still lots of people that aren’t aware … that February has been designated as African...

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Bringing new flavour to the Regina food industry

With flavours like apple spice churro, London fog, fuzzy peaches, and caramel macchiato, Hobo Donuts is definitely not your average doughnut shop. “We don’t just sell donuts; we sell an experience,” said Jimmy Schimmel, owner of Hobo Donuts doughnut shop. What really makes this local Regina business unique is that it doesn’t have a storefront...

The next generation: learning the importance of voting
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The next generation: learning the importance of voting

The Civix program provides schools with an opportunity to simulate a federal election for students. This program, Student Votes 2019, gives them an opportunity to learn first-hand about Canadian politics. The Prairie Sky School took part in the mock election for the first time on Oct. 17; 30 students in grades 4-8 learned what it...