City of Regina to introduce protections for whistleblowers, modernize internal policies

The City of Regina is updating the internal policies governing employees, adding specific protections for whistleblowers. “It’s hard to say as an employer that you have instances that haven’t come forward because you don’t actually know,” Chris Holden, the city’s…

Volcom, Eddie Bauer to close Cornwall Centre stores, new retailers expected this spring

A new year is ushering in more change to Saskatchewan’s two major downtown malls. Volcom and Eddie Bauer at Regina’s Cornwall Centre are closing this month – Jan. 11 and Jan. 24, respectively. The companies’ locations at Saskatoon’s Midtown Plaza…

Elections, champions and warm winters: psychic predictions for Saskatchewan in decade ahead

In a province of loyal sports fans, hard-working farmers and wild weather, it’s fair to wonder what lies ahead in 2020 and beyond. Psychic medium Robyn Carissa from Regina sat down with Global News to share what’s in store for…

Man dies after being trapped in grain mixer on job site near Saskatoon

Posted December 21, 2019 4:49 pm Smaller font Descrease article font size –A Larger font Increase article font size A+ A 41-year-old man has died in the workplace after he was trapped in a grain mixer on a work site…

Regina Christmas collector with 3 trees, 1000s of decorations inspired by childhood memories

Growing up in a bustling maritime household, Duncan Campbell remembers the effort his parents made to ensure the Christmas season was merry and bright. “When we came together at Christmas, all the things that made us dysfunctional, the normal dysfunctional…

SHA must do more to prevent breaches: Saskatchewan privacy commissioner

Some of the Saskatchewan Health Authority’s (SHA) privacy breach prevention strategies are not sufficient or standardized, the province’s privacy commissioner concluded in a recent report. The finding by Ronald Kruzeniski stems from an investigation his office undertook after four continuing…