The Canadian Forces sat down at desks in the Regina region to learn how to spring into action if a flooding emergency hits.
It is just a coincidence that the gathering comes at the same time as flooding concerns in the province, explained civilian public affairs officer Fraser Logan. The event was planned months in advance.
"The reason Regina was chosen is because it was roughly the geographic centre of all four Western Canadian provinces."
Hopes of a quiet Friday night were dashed for some people in a South Regina neighbourhood.
The fire department was called out to Jim Cairns Boulevard and Aviator Crescent around 9 p.m. on Friday evening for a reported propane leak in the area.
"When we got here we found a 1000 pound propane cylinder that had tipped over," said assistant fire chief Roland Gemmell.
The tank has actually fallen over a cracked a hose that was sending the gas to heat a near by home that was under construction.
Just in time for spring road work CAA is naming the top ten worst roads in Saskatchewan.
“We had about 2800 collected between the campaign period of March 25 to April 25,” explained Christine Niemcyzk with CAA.
Topping the list with 434 votes was Highway 123 by Cumberland House, Highway 42 near Dinsmore was ranked second with 358 votes and Highway 908 near Ile a La Crosse came in third with 222 votes.
Hundreds of students got together today to commemorate the Holocaust with a 'March of the Living.'
It was the first time Catholic, Misbah and Public school students in Saskatoon came together to do so.
"The kids carry signs for who they're marching for, the Jewish kids often carry signs in remembrance of a relative," said event organizer Heather Fenyes.
Rishona Avivi has been going to the Congregation Agudas Israel Synagogue her whole life.
"I'm happy that remembering the Holocaust affects people," said the Grade 7 student.
Regina police have called off the search for an 11 year old boy, after he was found safe and returned home early Thursday morning.
Logan Acrossthemountain was last seen at his home on 15th Avenue Tuesday afternoon. Police checked the homes of relatives and friends, but had no luck finding him until Thursday.
After weeks of preparations, we should find out in the next few days how hard Moose Jaw will be hit by flooding.
Two dogs visiting the University of Regina were wagging away exam stress for dozens of students on Wednesday.
Kevin Chow with the University of Regina Students Union says they decided to offer a 'Puppy Room' as a much needed study break from final exams. The idea started this year at Dalhousie University and quickly spread to other universities across Canada.
“People are stressed and this whole program is designed to help students just to be more relaxed and forget about exams for the few brief minutes that they’re here,” he explained.
As stars walked the red carpet at the 2013 Juno Awards, some people in Regina had their eyes on the trash lining many of the city's major streets.
On the City of Regina's facebook page, residents were writing complaints, asking why nothing had been done.
Melinda Niebergall wrote: "clean up the mess around the city, do not blame the weather."
Looking after the province's elderly is a complicated and complex business. That's what News Talk Radio is hearing from the operators of Saskatchewan care homes in the wake of some recent criticism.
This is the third part of a four-part series on concerns about the level of care provided in Saskatchewan's long-term care homes.
For the first time ever, the city of Regina is drawing up a long-term cultural plan.
The plan is being developed with $150 thousand from the city and Sask Culture. Once completed, it will establish a strategy for cultural development and generate related policies.
Jeff Erbach is the coordinator of cultural development for the city of Regina. He says the cultural plan will work in conjunction with other established policy initiatives like the official community plan, the comprehensive housing strategy, and the transportation master plan.