‘Short sighted’ provincial budget taxes electric vehicles

Saskatchewan’s electric vehicle owners were surprised and disappointed on budget day when the government announced a new annual $150 tax on electric vehicles. “If I could sum it up in one word, it would be ‘short-sighted,” said Saskatoon resident Dalibor Slavik, one of the 403 […]

Posted on 5 months ago

Couple brings a slice of the Okanagan to Saskatchewan

  By: Kayla Guerrette This is the time of year when people go out and buy plastic containers and begin to grow box gardens on their porches and lawns. But for the past 21 years, Dean and Sylvia Kreutzer have been taking that idea much […]

Posted on 5 months ago

Wolseley’s drive-in back in business

The Twilite Drive-In in Wolseley is back for its 67th season. The theatre is scheduled to open April 22 with a free show of Sonic the Hedgehog. Following the free show, from April 23-25 the theatre is scheduled to show Godzilla vs. Kong. “The lineup […]

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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 […]

Posted on 5 months ago

U of R professor partners with city to sustain “living document” of resources and services for homeless population

Every day, Regina’s homeless population relies on various organizations to serve them food, provide them shelter and medical services.   Until the creation of the Regina Survival Guide and Map, the city’s most vulnerable people were left with very few tools to point them in the right direction for help.   Now, a […]

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