Small towns. The friendly, peaceful and slower paced way of life. To many people, that way of life sounds like heaven, yet the population of many towns in Saskatchewan is in decline. There are still some people, though, who are willing to buck the trend […]
The direct line to the press gallery at the Saskatchewan Legislature has been cut.
It is the fourth time that the University of Regina has held its annual Have a Heart Day campaign, part of a nation-wide campaign to raise awareness about inequalities faced by First Nations children. The event kicked off a week of activities.
More students are taking advantage of a new food pantry program at the University of Regina.
It’s -45 C. Welcome to Saskatchewan. For Regina Public Schools that means buses aren’t running, though schools remain open. Locals joke that the schools themselves don’t close because they’re buit “Saskatchewan tough.”
by Josh Diaz A local Regina man has turned his passion for virtual reality into reality. Since opening in October, The Grid VR Arcade has attracted hundreds of new customers to try out virtual reality for the first time, according to its company president. Operating […]
One week after Chief Justice Murray Sinclair visited the University of Regina to discuss the Truth and Reconciliation Commission recommendations, a roundtable discussion was organized by staff and faculty on campus to continue the conversation.