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The Last Oak Golf extraordinaire
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The Last Oak Golf extraordinaire

COWESSESS – Whether on the golf course or governing in a head office, the words of wisdom from Chief Cadmus Delorme speak to a career in leadership defined by his favourite sport. “Golf is like leadership, you have a chance to mentally tee off just like in life,” said Delorme. As the leader of Cowessess...

Step up to the plate, start swinging
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Step up to the plate, start swinging

For the members of Cowessess First Nation, fastball is more than just a sport. It is a lifestyle that brings the community together. Lianda Tanner, one of the team’s infielders started playing when she was in high school and has been playing ever since. ”We are proud to represent our First Nation and because we...

Pats Vs. Broncos: Dawn of Rivalry
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Pats Vs. Broncos: Dawn of Rivalry

The Regina Pats are heading into playoffs looking for a win against the Swift Current Broncos, their newest rivals this season. This came right after the Pats beat the Broncos in a 3-2 game in overtime the day before, on Friday, March 16. The game was the seventh straight win of the season for the...

Five brothers gear up ahead of Regina’s World Class Player cup
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Five brothers gear up ahead of Regina’s World Class Player cup

Fourteen years ago, the World Class Player tournament started with only nine teams and four days to find a victor. Now, the contest brings thousands of players from across the country to make up approximately 70 teams that compete in one of Saskatchewan’s largest indoor soccer tournaments. One family in Regina are sending all five...

Sask. Women’s Cricket Team heading to provincials for the first time
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Sask. Women’s Cricket Team heading to provincials for the first time

Saskatchewan’s Women’s Cricket Team is taking part in the provincial tournament in Alberta this year, representing Saskatchewan for the first time. “From not being able to play cricket at all to now being able to represent Saskatchewan at a provincial level is so amazing and exciting,” said 28-year-old Sanam Iftikhar who came to Saskatchewan from Pakistan...

Queen City to Host First Crokicurl Week
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Queen City to Host First Crokicurl Week

It’s a normal weekday in Victoria Park. People are hustling and bustling, in their own world rushing to get to the daily grind of work. Some walk their dogs, take a stroll during the sunset or lace up their skates for a spin on the rink. Usually, the park is a place where Regina citizens...