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Canadian-led NATO mission in Latvia meant to deter, support. Take a look beyond the barbed wire
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Canadian-led NATO mission in Latvia meant to deter, support. Take a look beyond the barbed wire

The forests in Latvia are dense with thick undergrowth and trees reaching high into the sky. The tree trunks are tinted orange and darken as they grow taller. Latvians park along the roads and begin to walk throughout the area as they search for wild mushrooms. The scenery looks like a moment caught in time...

Religious literacy expert, Muslim comedian speak at Muslim-Christian Dialogue
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Religious literacy expert, Muslim comedian speak at Muslim-Christian Dialogue

REGINA — St. Anne’s Catholic Church will open its doors for people to talk about religion in a different way. Instead of the usual prayers and service, the Archdiocese of Regina together with the Islamic Association of Saskatchewan (Regina), the Regina Multifaith Forum, Luther College and Campion College are holding the third part of their...

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Positivity dominates Riders closing press conference

By: Adam Bent REGINA – It was locker-room clean-out day for the Saskatchewan Roughriders on Monday. Less than 24 hours after seeing his team’s season come to an end, Saskatchewan Roughriders head coach Craig Dickenson is already looking forward to next season.  “I told the team to be grateful and thankful for the year we...

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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...

Tagging for tots: Laser Quest kicks off toy drive
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Tagging for tots: Laser Quest kicks off toy drive

REGINA – Regina’s only laser tag business is aiming to spread holiday cheer to less fortunate families. The Laser Quest Toy Drive was scheduled to begin Nov. 18, as Laser Quest is teaming up with Salvation Army to bring gifts to kids for Christmastime. Starting at 5 p.m. on Nov. 18, Laser Quest offered free...

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...

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Beardy’s Blackhawks lose their Midget AA and AAA hockey team

There is disappointment following the decision to move the Midget AA and AAA Blackhawks hockey teams away from Beardy’s and Okemasis First Nation after this season. It is reportedly the only First Nations team in Canada located and operated by a reserve.   The Saskatchewan Hockey Association (SHA) made the announcement last Tuesday.   Andy...

Aboriginal Student Centre changing name
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Aboriginal Student Centre changing name

The Aboriginal Student Centre (ASC) is getting a new name following a government lead to replace an outdated term. The ASC is located inside of the Research and Innovation Centre Building (RIC) on the University of Regina campus. “Shortly after the federal government dropped ‘Aboriginal’ and switched to ‘Indigenous’ we knew now was the appropriate...