Kurtis Mucha stood tall between the pipes for the University of Alberta Golden Bears, not allowing the number one ranked team in the country to fall behind again at the national championships.
“You never want to get behind like we did last year,” Mucha said after the opening game at the 2014 CIS University Cup. “This is my first win at this tournament looking back so this is huge and we want to carry this over into Saturday.”
A man from Regina got the chance to become his own business owner in a reality TV show called Be The Boss Canada.
Fred Lingelbach is the manager at the Clancy's Meat store in Harbour Landing and has worked there since it opened in January 2012. His episode will air Thursday at 9 p.m. on W Network (see trailer at bottom of page). The show features two employees from the company competing in a series of challenges, but they aren't told why.
A deserving Regina family is counting down the final days before they can move in to the house that pennies built. The keys to the home built through the CJME Penny Project will be presented on Monday to Dawn Billingsley and her family.
A 12-year old peewee hockey player has a broken wrist, after being hauled down by the referee in Winnipeg who was trying to break up a fight.
Kainen Bell was hurt in the final minutes of a game between peewee teams from the Brokenhead Ojibway First Nation and the Sagkeeng First Nation as part of the Southeast Winter Tribal Days annual hockey tournament in Winnipeg on Sunday.
In what many assumed was a foregone conclusion, Regina snowboarding superstar Mark McMorris has been named to Canada's Olympic snowboarding team.
It's a Christmas carol with a cause.
Eleven local musicians have brought their holiday cheer and voices to a Christmas video to raise money for Children’s Hospital Foundation of Saskatchewan (CHFS).
Tunetown is an ongoing project developed by Saskatoon artist, music producer and teacher Jesse Weiman.
“I want to highlight organizations,” Weiman said, adding each video will help a children's cause.
His eyes are wide and grade one student Muhammed Abdullah is listening carefully as he holds a violin and bow together for the first time. Concert violinist Ed Minevich corrects his grip and helps him draw the bow across the strings to make the first sound.
When Minevich asks who wants to go next a dozen hands shoot up in the air. This music class for grade 1 students at Arcola Community School is called Strings for Change. It's one of two new education outreach programs with the Regina Symphony Orchestra.
When a team of divers went to search a sunken tugboat for what they assumed would be bodies they found a man alive at the bottom of the ocean.
Harisson Okene had been living in an air pocket for three days after the boat he was working on capsized in the middle of the night in the Atlantic Ocean off the coast of Nairobi. Out of 12 crew members he was the only survivor.
The raw video shows a diver reaching out to grab a hand in the water and then the hand grabbed him back. When the camera pans up it shows a man chest-deep in freezing cold water.
An Australian newspaper is shining a spotlight on East End, Saskatchewan's most famous export: Scotty the Tyrannosaurus rex.
The Royal Saskatchewan Museum had a copy of the famous skeleton, the pieces of which were first found in 1991 in the Frenchman River Valley near East End, made earlier this year. Last week an article ran in the newspaper The Australian highlighting the journey the replica took from Saskatchewan to the land "down under" to be featured in a new exhibit about the relatives of the famed giant lizard.
After a 35-13 win over the Calgary Stampeders, the Saskatchewan Roughriders charted a plane to get back to Saskatchewan and while the fans in Rider Nation weren’t allowed to greet their team on the tarmac, they found other ways to show their support.
“I think this was probably the best game I’ve ever seen,” said Terry Morrison immediately after the game as he sat at a table in the Lancaster Pub.