The Regina Trades and Skills Centre is celebrating ten years of helping people get a boot in the door through industry driven courses.
The owner of The Diner in Balgonie, Sask. said that his revenue dropped $11,000 in September compared to the same month last year since losing direct Highway 1 access.
Earlier this month a store specializing in selling handmade First Nations' art was broken into and $20,000 in merchandise was stolen.
Two Regina residents share their experience of growing up in the 60's Scoop and how the pain continues to this day.
The University of Regina Student's Union recently launched a program offering free suits, and there are plans to expand the offering.
The City of Regina had to spend around $1 million of their $2.8 million water pipe repair budget in September alone.
On average, Saskatchewan restaurants have seen a 4.6 per cent dip n revenue since a six per cent PST was introduced in April.
Atkinson Street resident Angela Ell says a new infill property does not fit with the character of the World War Two era homes that surround it.
The City of Regina has granted a new building permit for the foundation of Capital Pointe, the much delayed hotel/condominium tower in downtown Regina.
More than 100 people took part in the Terry Fox run, which usually collects $30,000-$40,000 to fund cancer research annually.