Monday, May 17, 2021

RCMP Investigating Possible Abduction of Regina Woman Stephanie Bruch

Police are seeking help from the public and the RCMP’s major crimes unit is investigating after getting information regarding a possible abduction that happened late Saturday night. RCMP is currently...

Paramedics Now Onsite Daily at Prince Albert Detention Area to Improve Addictions Care

Those with addictions in the custody of Prince Albert police now have access to onsite paramedic attention. Police and Parkland Ambulance Care have teamed up with the Saskatchewan Health Authority...

Here is what to do and not to do in Each Phase of the...

Saskatchewan reveals its reopening road map that could kick by the end of May, but will largely depend on the success of the COVID-10 vaccine rollout. The goal is...

The City of Regina Will Reopen Its Community And Recreation Centres On Monday

Regina’s community and recreation centers have been closed since March 28, and now, the reopening date has been announced. The city has stated that it will open these centers...

3-Step Plan to Lift COVID-19 Saskatchewan an Incentive to Get Inoculated

The Sask. government has released a 3-step plan to slowly ease COVID-19 public health measures in the province, with some current restrictions possibly being relaxed as soon as late...

Gradual Saskatchewan Reopening Plan Tied to Vaccination Rates to be Unveiled Tuesday: Premier Moe

Sask. Premier Scott Moe says his government will announce on Tuesday details of a plan to slowly lift COVID-19 restrictions once the province hits yet-to-be-specified vaccination rates. "We're going to...

Police in Yorkton Are Looking For A Man Who Stole A Vehicle

The Yorkton Police are looking for a man from the Whitespruce Provincial Training Centre who has stolen a vehicle and then escaped from the scene. The suspect is Tyler...

About Black People on the Prairies

Around 175,000 people were identified as Black on the Prairies during Canada’s 2016 census. Like all data, this number may not say a lot on its own. It is limited...

Hours-long Regina Council Meeting Hears From Over 30 Speakers on Conversion Therapy Debate

An hours-long Regina city council meeting Wednesday was dedicated to a city administration report surrounding the largely discredited practice of conversion therapy. The report recommends Mayor Sandra Masters draft a...

Vehicle Registrations in Saskatchewan Trend Down for Fourth Successive Year

For the fourth successive year, the number of new motor vehicle registrations for gasoline vehicles in Saskatchewan has fallen by more than 2,000. As per a report by Statistics Canada,...