Elder speaks to school boards on importance of reconciliation in classrooms

REGINA — At the Saskatchewan School Boards Association’s fall general assembly, the importance of reconciliation in the classroom is a major focus. Elder Sharon

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Blanket donations needed as winter approaches

EDMONTON — The Edmonton Emergency Relief Services (EERSS) kicked off their 2019 Alberta Blanket in Warmth campaign Monday. With cold winter months ahead, their

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‘What a role model:’ Paralyzed Bronco makes Adidas ad, hall of fame nominee list

AIRDRIE, Alta. — An ad shows a serious Ryan Straschnitzki taping up his hockey stick and pulling on an Adidas jersey before he slides

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City nearing end of Lewvan construction

The City of Regina says it’s reaching the final phase of the Lewvan Drive construction project, and expects to have it complete by Monday.

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Watch as Dorian’s winds send a crane crashing down in Halifax

A Halifax resident captured the moment a crane came toppling down onto an unfinished building shortly before Dorian made landfall. Fatema Ali was in

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A call for equality in the form of topless yoga

A Victoria woman is calling for yoga studios to be more inclusive, after she says she was discriminated against at a local studio. Source

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‘Naive’: Police chiefs say handgun ban wouldn’t stop flow of weapons into Canada

Bill Graveland, The Canadian Press Published Wednesday, August 14, 2019 6:50PM EDT CALGARY — The Canadian Association of Chiefs of Police won’t be supporting

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Unemployment on the rise in Edmonton

Edmonton’s unemployment rate was 7.5 per cent in July, up from seven per cent in June. The Statistics Canada report shows the heaviest hit

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U.K. emergency workers race to cut water levels at damaged dam

LONDON — Emergency workers raced Saturday to lower water levels behind a damaged dam in northwest England as forecasters warned more bad weather is

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New boat to help invasive species researchers

A crew from the Sea Lamprey Control Program patrols the St. Mary’s River in a new boat designed by a staff member. Jairus Patterson

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