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RSS Regina Leader-Post

  • New project encourages people to read residential school memoir February 25, 2017
    David Carpenter didn't realize how many people The Education of Augie Merasty would touch when he wrote it.
  • Intergenerational living comes to Regina February 25, 2017
    When Jared and Abby Wolfe first told their friends and family they were moving everyone was confused. Why would two young university students want to live in a place with a bunch of seniors?
  • City to spend $35K to get residents' thoughts on changing smoking bylaw February 25, 2017
    The city will spend approximately $35,000 to advertise and promote a new campaign asking for the public’s thoughts on the idea of banning smoking in outdoor public spaces such as restaurant patios, spray pads, parks and festivals.  The city is asking residents to fill out a online survey with questions on the types of public venues where they […]
  • Police seek public help to locate missing 12-year-old girl February 25, 2017
    Police are searching for a missing 12-year-old girl who was last seen Friday evening.
  • Mandryk: Cozy deals could confound cost-cutting in education February 25, 2017
    Like any massive area of government, education has developed its own cozy relationships and agreements. That’s now problematic for a Saskatchewan Party government hell-bent on dealing with a $1.2-billion deficit. The problem begins with the fact that the lion’s share of education costs go to one group: teachers. However, in education, teachers become principals and […]
  • Colin James has an international hit with Blue Highways February 25, 2017
    It took Colin James quite a while to get back to England but apparently music fans haven’t forgotten him. The 52-year-old guitar icon headed to England in November to open shows for Beth Hart, marking his first appearance in the U.K. since opening for Robert Plant in the early 1990s. James, who released his Blue […]
  • Cougars overcome sluggish start February 25, 2017
    The University of Regina Cougars women’s basketball team enjoyed one of the high points of its season to date — but only after enduring an eye-popping low. A mere 13 points were scored in the first quarter of Friday’s Canada West playoff game at the Centre for Kinesiology, Health and Sport, where the Cougars led […]
  • Steel propels Pats to blowout win February 25, 2017
    Sam Steel didn’t just end a rare scoring drought on Friday night. He did it in style. The WHL’s top point-getter recorded a natural hat trick in the second period and added another goal and an assist in the third, leading the Regina Pats to a dominant 7-0 win over the Swift Current Broncos. Steel […]
  • Englot advances to Scotties final February 25, 2017
    ST. CATHARINES, Ont. — As experienced a skip as Michelle Englot is, she’ll join her teammates in uncharted curling territory. Manitoba punched their ticket to the final of the Canadian women’s curling championship with a 9-8 playoff win over Ontario’s Rachel Homan on Friday. Englot, third Kate Cameron, second Leslie Wilson and lead Raunora Westcott […]
  • Becker, Branning win gold medals February 25, 2017
    The University of Regina Cougars’ Joy Becker won her first Canada West track and field gold medal Friday night at the conference championships, which are being held at the Fieldhouse. Becker, a fifth-year U of R athlete, won the women’s long jump. Her previous best finish at the Canada West level was second. The Cougars […]