Parrot, McMorris and Toutant qualify for big air final at 2018 Winter Olympics

Regina's Mark McMorris was one of three Canadian snowboarders to qualify for the men's big air final on Wednesday at the Pyeongchang...

Exodus from planning committee could trip up regional trail, says White City mayor

The mayor of White City says that a wave of departures from a planning committee will create “uncertainty” around regional projects, like a hiking...

‘This is a betrayal of consumer trust.’: Muslim Student Association concerned with mislabeled halal meat

The Muslim Student Association at the University of Regina is raising consumer confidence concerns over food-service provider Chartwells mislabeling...

Roberta McKay honoured with Regina YWCA Lifetime Achievement Award

Roberta McKay will receive the lifetime achievement award at the Regina YWCA Women of Distinction Awards in April.

Fire crews battle house fire in Heritage neighbourhood Monday morning

Firefighters were kept busy on Monday morning when a house fire started in Regina’s Heritage neighbourhood.

A little girl with a big heart hosts online fundraiser for Regina NICU

Catherine Okolita's latest venture is hosting an online auction from Feb. 22 to Feb. 25 to support the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU) at...

Police investigating death in North Central

An investigation has been launched by Regina Police after a man was found dead in North Central on Sunday night.

A Regina grandpa made his grandchildren an amazing backyard hockey rink

It looks like someone zapped an NHL rink with a shrink ray.  Randy Durovick, a former Swift Current Bronco goalie, built an impressive backyard rink...

Regina commits $60,000 to Plan to End Homelessness

The Plan to End Homelessness in Regina is expected to be completed in September, with a first draft done by the end of June. A community summit is...

Regina Public Library theatre to cut staff, switch gears

Film enthusiasts concerned that theatre will depart from traditional role as alternative to major cinemas

What’s open and closed in Regina on Family Day

Here are civic services, facilities hours and closures on Monday, February 19 during Family Day in Regina.

Stanley verdict, Boushie death on Sask. school divisions' radar

Regina Catholic Schools sent a memo to students’ families this week, addressing a jury’s decision to find Gerald Stanley not guilty.

Regina Public to host special meeting after AGM cancellation protest

A special meeting of electors is scheduled for Feb. 28 at the Regina Public School Division office, after a successful petition and protest.

Police looking for three suspects after machete attack in North Central

Regina Police is looking for three suspects, after a man was attacked with a machete in North Central Regina early Thursday morning.

Regina city councillors still have more questions than answers in municipal marijuana strategy

Regina's Executive Committee is forwarding a plan to approve licenses for six marijuana dispensaries to council for approval, despite many...