Modifications to vehicles can enable handicapped people to drive, with every case unique to the person's particular needs.
Despite a cool wind and patches of snow in Victoria Park, you could smell spring in the air in downtown Regina on Thursday at noon.
Prairie Smoke and Spice Southern Pit BBQ Catering was the first food truck to open it's windows for the season.
"We wanted to be out here a couple weeks ago but weather was a major factor obviously," commented co-owner Rob Reinhardt.
While Saskatoon and Regina each mull over the possibility of two new liquor stores, the town of Hepburn could soon have its first.
Following Wednesday's referendum, unofficial results give the yes votes a 10 per cent lead out of 264 ballot cast.
Official results will be released Friday at 10 a.m.
Council will be informed and send word to the Saskatchewan Liquor and Gaming Authority.
Weather permitting you could be enjoying an ice cold drink on the patio this weekend.
Even though it's been a cool start to the week, the Freehouse is planning to open up their patio this weekend, if the forecast holds and the weather turns out to be pretty decent of course.
"This weekend it will be about 75 per cent open," explained general manager Craige Will.
As of Wednesday Will says about 80 per cent of the patio was covered in snow again, but it shouldn't be too difficult to clean it up.
It looks as if time heals all wounds for NHL fans. As mad as they were that half the season was cancelled due to the lockout, they’re now pouring in to bars excited to watch playoff hockey.
The Press Box Sports Bar in Regina was packed Tuesday night with fans donning their favourite team’s jerseys.
“When hockey comes back you can’t just ignore it,” admitted Collin Mitchell as he was watching the Chicago Blackhawks take on the Minnesota Wild.
“I like good hockey. It’s as simple as that.”
High-end real estate is seeing a real increase in the prairies.
Regina has the third-highest jump for a city at ten percent. Since the beginning of the year, RE/MAX reports 55 homes have been sold in Regina worth more than $500,000.
"For years and years, anything over $350,000 was upper-end market. It has gradually gone to $500,000 now," said Rob Nisbett, co-broker/owner of RE/MAX Crown real Estate in Regina.
It’s a popular dream and for one Regina couple, winning the lottery came true.
Scott and Linda Sinclair won over $21 million dollars from a Lotto Max draw from last July. However, months passed before Scott came forward with the winning ticket. He cashed it in three weeks ago on April 9 and shunned publicity, refusing any interviews.
But the story doesn’t end there, in fact, it just begins. The Sinclairs weren’t awarded the full prize money. Instead, they were only given 90 per cent of the winnings.
Everyone has to pay taxes, even if you don't want to: that's what a Saskatchewan man learned this week who abides by the Paradigm Education Group's Mandate.
Jerry Leroy McCaw, 58, from Bienfait has been found guilty of tax evasion of $114,924 from 2006 to 2008. And his company, Jake's Oilfield Construction Ltd., was found guilty of assisting him.
The Canadian Revenue Agency discovered that McCaw was acting according to what he learned from the Paradigm Education Group out of B.C.
A gas leak on Friday morning prompted a small evacuation in Harbour Landing.
Dave Berdeniuk with SaskEnergy confirmed at 1:30 p.m. that the gas was successfully shut off.
“It looks like a contractor operating a bobcat hit one of our gas lines,” he explained.
Deputy Fire Chief Gerard Kay says some contractors had to leave the area, but otherwise there were no major evacuations.
"A lot of these homes are still under construction so there's hardly anybody in the area itself," he explained.
Casinos Regina and Moose Jaw saw record number of people through their doors last year with a total of 3.6 million guest visits.
SaskGaming Corporation brought in $52.6 million in net profits last year, that’s up by $900,000 from 2011.