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I Love Regina Run makes return in May
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I Love Regina Run makes return in May

After a cancellation in 2020,  The I Love Regina Run is back. The event is being hosted by the not-for-profit organization RunRegina in partnership with the City of Regina and the Mayor’s Office. The run is meant to encourage people to get active while also celebrating the city of Regina and its vibrant running community. ...

Deep U of R revenue losses softened by WHL
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Deep U of R revenue losses softened by WHL

The University of Regina has suffered through significant financial losses due to the COVID-19 pandemic — as much as $6 million — but is now getting a revenue boost by hosting seven WHL teams in the campus bubble. The university’s 2021-22 Operations Forecast shows the school took a significant hit with the loss of ancillary...

Lumsden grateful for support despite Hockeyville loss
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Lumsden grateful for support despite Hockeyville loss

Lumsden’s run for Kraft Hockeyville didn’t end on a winning note, but the outpouring of support from Saskatchewan and all around the world made the organizer of the campaign, Jamie Lees, proud nonetheless.   “I can’t even explain the feeling of the support that poured in and just to unite a province in the year of a...

Possible CFL/XFL merger sparks mixed reaction in football world
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Possible CFL/XFL merger sparks mixed reaction in football world

    A group of CFL aficionados had different opinions about the recent announcement of the possible merging with the XFL, with some sharply in favour of the idea.  “It’s about time,” said the former radio play-by-play voice of the Saskatchewan Riders, Rod Pedersen, who hosts the Rod Pedersen show that airs on Game+ TV....

University of Regina bubble a big win for WHL teams
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University of Regina bubble a big win for WHL teams

The Regina Pats endured 366 days of the “craziest offseason,” including a move to on-campus living, before returning to the ice for a meaningful hockey game. 🏒 The boys are headed to the bus. Next stop, the centre of #HubCity – the @BrandtCentre! pic.twitter.com/6MepBwcoHN — Regina Pats (@WHLPats) March 5, 2021 “It is extremely exciting,...

Regina’s Youth NFL Flag Football league forced to cancel winter season
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Regina’s Youth NFL Flag Football league forced to cancel winter season

Covid-19 continues to create problems in the sports world. The Regina Youth NFL Flag Football League had big plans for its newly launched winter league, however, the season had to be cancelled after one weekend due to Covid-19 restrictions. Mike Thomas, the league’s convenor said registration for the winter league was very promising. “We essentially...

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Athletic scholarships and recruitment take a heavy hit due to COVID-19

While the typical university student is coping with the loss of a graduation ceremony and cancelled social clubs due to the COVID-19 pandemic, athletes are facing the challenge of losing scholarships and recruitment opportunities. Canadian athletes are attempting to tackle the cancelled season, which has limited many sports teams to practices only. Athletes unable to...

23 weeks of simulated football
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23 weeks of simulated football

  Without a CFL season, the people at the Rod Pedersen Show created one of their own with a video game. It ended Saturday with the make-believe Ottawa Redblacks needing overtime to defeat the pretend Saskatchewan Roughriders 20-17 in their version of this’s year Grey Cup game. “[Nelson Hackewich] is the real hero of this...