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Feds 'there for photo-op' not 'to follow up' when it comes to refugees: Sask. MLA
Saskatchewan’s immigration minister says the Government of Canada has not done enough to help the province resettle refugees. The comments come only days after Saskatchewan joined Ontario in choosing not to sign the official communique at the meeting of immigration ministers.
Pilot program helping Regina deal with 'vast plethora' of gunshot victims
Dr. Jagadish Rao said the Regina General Hospital team has dealt with 17 gun-related wounds so far this year.
British politician called out for sharing 'fake news' photo of Saskatoon refugee rally
A photo from a Saskatoon rally welcoming Syrian refugees is getting huge shares on social media, but for all the wrong reasons.
Regina justice camp to launch legal action over arrests
The Justice For Our Stolen Children camp says it has launched legal action in response to arrests that took place at the camp last month.
Power outage in parts of downtown Regina after garbage truck hits power pole
A Loraas garbage truck backed into a power pole in Regina’s downtown area this morning, trapping the driver inside.
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'It's more about laziness'; U of R Prof talks fake news and why some fall for it
Regina police arrest half-dozen in covert drug project
Woman killed in head-on collision near Lloydminster, Sask.
Impaired driving of a golf cart, $1,044 speeding ticket among Country Thunder offences: police
Indigenous housing providers raise alarms about future of federal funding deals
Sask. RCMP hope rare hoodie will solve Melville kidnapping case
Immigration critics press Liberals on costs, plan for asylum seekers
Home sales inch higher in June, but average prices still down 1.3% in past year
Adam Hadwin ready for 2nd shot at British Open
RCMP request help to find missing 48-year-old man, disappearance deemed suspicious
Void left by Greyhound unlikely to be filled by smaller bus companies
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