After nine months of negotiations the
Transit Union and the City of Regina reached a tentative agreement over the
Fans won't have to worry about getting around during the Grey Cup because buses will be running.
During bargaining, the union had said it wasn't going to rule out striking during the game and festival.
While much of the city was celebrating at least someone was working on Sunday night because the main streets of Regina are clear of ice and snow.
You will likely still need to take some extra time on your commute to work because some roads are still a bit slippery and residential streets are snow covered.
Regina police were called to 47 crashes within the city over the weekend due to slippery conditions but luckily no one was badly hurt.
A crash near the small town of Parkbeg forced RCMP to close down a section of the Trans-Canada Highway Saturday.
RCMP said three semi-trailers had jackknifed and collided just eight kilometres west of Parkbeg, which is a 45 minute drive west from Moose Jaw.
Few details have been made available about the specifics of the crash. RCMP did have the 100 km stretch of highway between Rush Lake and Mortlach closed for several hours as they cleaned up the crash.
The road to the West Final in Calgary may be a snowy one for any Roughrider fans in Saskatchewan making the trek to McMahon Stadium.
"We have a lot of snow coming—even for Saskatchewan—over the weekend," said John Paul Cragg, meteorologist for Environment Canada.
"Starting Friday and ending Saturday, we have some snow falling and it looks like we may have to extend the warnings that we have out in Alberta."
Despite some hesitation, the Government of Saskatchewan is now confirming more cameras will be placed on highways in the province to improve safety for drivers when road conditions deteriorate.
Six new cameras will be installed on five different highways across the province by this winter season. That’s in addition to the four cameras the province currently has in operation.
“Coming off a winter like last winter, I think people will appreciate it,” said Highways Minister Don McMorris .
Police removed a man from the Regina airport Tuesday morning around 7 a.m.
Airport CEO Jim Hunter said, "There was a man who was going through the screening line and began to act very inappropriately. He eventually got so inappropriate that police had to come and take him away."
Hunter said there was a complaint made after the man's actions, allegedly physically touching a few of the female passengers.
Puneet Chaudhary, 26, has been charged with indecent exposure or acts. He makes his first court appearance Tuesday afternoon.
If you think your travel bags are safe and secure after you check them at the airport one Regina woman is warning you to think again.
Megan Wolfinger learned the hard way that at least one aspect of airports is not as secure as she thought. After travelling from Regina to Montreal she got to her hotel and realized her baggage had been rifled through and her prescription glasses were missing.
One driver could be looking at charges after a serious crash on highway 1 east of Regina last night.
It happened around 6 p.m. at the intersection of highway 48.
An SUV was crossing the TransCanada when it broadsided a car passing through.
The man and the woman inside the car had to be rushed to hospital; however the driver of the SUV wasn't hurt.
Police say weather wasn't a factor in the crash.
A pedestrian's death is shedding light on what's been a big problem for people walking or driving on Saskatchewan Drive between Winnipeg Street and Broad Street.
The 46-year-old was crossing between Montreal Street and Toronto Street around 9:00 p.m. Thursday night when he was hit by a vehicle. Regina police determined that a street light was burnt out, and the man's dark clothing prevented the driver of the vehicle from seeing him until it was too late.
A diesel shortage in Western Canada has the Co-Op refinery on rations.
Trucks were seen lining up the refinery in the last few weeks waiting to get their rations from the 78-year-old refiner.
“This is an integrated industry in Western Canada, and what happens in one part of the sector can drive sales in other parts of the sector,” refinery spokesman, Daryl Oshanek, said.