Sick kids at the Royal University Hospital got a visit from Diego the police service dog on Monday.
For the first time in Saskatchewan, officers and dogs with the K9 Cops for Kids Christmas campaign are lighting up some tiny smiles for the holidays. The kids received stuffed toy dogs provided at cost from the RCMP Heritage Centre.
A group doing a cross-country tour has some encouraging news for those of you contemplating -- or who already have -- an electric vehicle.
There are now more charging stations for you to power up at across Canada, Sun Country Highway said Wednesday in Regina.
“We’ve installed charging stations from coast-to-coast and are allowing people with electric vehicles to now travel from sea to sea across the longest, greenest highway in the world, which is the Trans-Canada Highway, emission free and free of charge,” said the group’s president and founder Kent Rathwell.
It was a made-in-Canada success story until it all fell apart, but now Research In Motion (RIM) is taking its new BlackBerry 10 software on tour through Regina in the hopes of creating some buzz around its ailing brand.
The Ontario tech company held a preview of the new software for media on Tuesday morning. RIM has had a tough year but the tech firm is gearing up for the release of new phone models and a new operating system at the end of January by taking a demonstration version across Canada.
A group of high school students from Yorkton who put in a lot of time and effort into robotics will be off to Germany this summer to compete against teams from around the world.
On Monday, they visited the Legislative building in Regina to demonstrate their work.
The 100th Grey Cup is now behind us but for one Regina fan the memories of this week will last a lifetime.
Joey Swarbrick, winner of the Coolest Job Ever, has one last day in the big smoke after taking in the big game.
“It’s been the coolest thing I’ve done in a very long time, the title of Coolest Job Ever probably doesn’t begin to describe what I’ve experienced this week,” he said.
The Saskatchewan government announced 77 changes to alcohol laws that the Saskatchewan Liquor and Gaming Authority oversees.
One of those changes includes allowing movie theatres to obtain a liquor permit to sell and serve alcohol in age-restricted areas. (You can see the other changes by clicking here.)
Here is an example of a theatre doing that in Winnipeg.
John Dick has posted a video to YouTube explaining why ending the lockout is so important to him and his dad Bruce.