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Man charged with setting fire that damaged Regina church earlier this month

Man charged with setting fire that damaged Regina church earlier this month

REGINA — A man has been arrested and faces charges related to a fire at a Regina church earlier this month that police allege was set deliberately. A social media post from the pastor of Regina’s Blessed Sacrament Parish shows footage of the Feb.

WHL roundup: Luke Mistelbacher scores twice as Broncos trounce Pats 7-2

REGINA — Luke Mistelbacher scored twice as the Swift Current Broncos topped the Regina Pats 7-2 on Friday night in the Western Hockey League.
Manitoba denies environmental licence to sand project over drinking water concerns

Manitoba denies environmental licence to sand project over drinking water concerns

WINNIPEG — The Manitoba government has nixed a contentious sand-extraction project that had been proposed by Sio Silica east of Winnipeg, citing concerns about drinking water.
'Historic decision': Saskatchewan government says pronoun law may go to Supreme Court

'Historic decision': Saskatchewan government says pronoun law may go to Supreme Court

REGINA — The Saskatchewan government says it will fight a court ruling over its school pronoun law, calling it a potential game-changing precedent when it comes to provinces' use of Charter's notwithstanding clause.
Saskatchewan teachers to stop lunch supervision as part of job action over contract

Saskatchewan teachers to stop lunch supervision as part of job action over contract

REGINA — Saskatchewan teachers were expected to stop noon-hour supervision to get the government to address their demands.

WHL: Warriors top Wheat Kings 4-2 to extend winning streak to six games

MOOSE JAW, Sask. — Jagger Firkus scored his 41st goal of the season in helping lift the Moose Jaw Warriors past the Brandon Wheat Kings 4-2 on Thursday in Western Hockey League action.
Saskatchewan nurses alarmed over 'dangerous' crowding in hospitals

Saskatchewan nurses alarmed over 'dangerous' crowding in hospitals

SASKATOON — Saskatchewan's largest nurses union says overcrowding has reached dangerous levels in one of the province’s major hospitals.
Prime minister and Manitoba premier announce $633M in health funding

Prime minister and Manitoba premier announce $633M in health funding

WINNIPEG — Manitoba and Ottawa announced a deal Thursday to infuse $633 million into the province's health system, much of which they say will go toward hiring more front-line workers and improving care for seniors.
Manitoba premier says he's confident landfill search for remains will start this year

Manitoba premier says he's confident landfill search for remains will start this year

WINNIPEG — Manitoba Premier Wab Kinew said Thursday he is confident a landfill search for the remains of two slain First Nations women will begin this year, while the Assembly of Manitoba Chiefs said it was still waiting for signs of progress.
Connor Hellebuyck records 35th career shutout as Jets beat Sharks 1-0

Connor Hellebuyck records 35th career shutout as Jets beat Sharks 1-0

WINNIPEG — Connor Hellebuyck registered 17 saves in a 1-0 shutout over the San Jose Sharks on Wednesday, but Mark Scheifele could have been credited with one of those.
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