A huge volunteer effort is finally helping put a new playground in place at Douglas Park Elementary School in Regina.
Although organizers originally planned to open the Craven Country Jamboree campsite on Sunday, after heavy rains over the weekend, they’ve decided to give the site time to dry out and won’t allow campers in until Wednesday.
Anyone heading to Craven has now been asked to park their trailers at Evraz Place until the day before the jamboree begins.
Federal aviation officials say an Asiana Airlines flight from Seoul, South Korea, has crashed while landing at San Francisco airport. It was not immediately known whether there were any injuries.
Federal Aviation Administration spokeswoman Laura Brown says the plane was coming from South Korea and was supposed to land on runway 28 left at San Francisco International Airport. She said the sequence of events was still unclear, but it appeared the plane landed and then crashed.
There were plenty of jabs thrown by Justin Trudeau Friday, as the Federal Liberal Leader made a stop in Regina.
Trudeau met up with former mayor Pat Fiacco, now head of Boxing Canada, at the Regina Boxing Club for a workout. Fiacco held up the pads while the son of former Prime Minister Pierre Trudeau threw punches as media snapped photos and rolled video cameras.
Trudeau seemed to dodge questions about whether he was recruiting Fiacco into the Liberal Party, just saying he was “glad to be exchanging with a former mayor and the president of Boxing Canada”.
For most children, early learning is done through the visual medium; a teacher writes letters on the chalkboard and the students read them out loud. Students with low or no vision, however, have to learn through the sense of touch. And on Friday, the Canadian National Institute for the Blind (CNIB) opened a sensory play space for blind children in Regina to help them do just that.
As flood waters flow from Alberta into Saskatchewan, donations to help the flood-ravaged residents of several Alberta communities are flowing back.
A convoy of trucks, trailers and a motor home left from the Cree Land Mini-Mart in Regina Wednesday morning headed for the Siksika First Nation.
"I come from a reserve about one hour south of there called the Blood Reserve, so we have a close relationship with them," said Beatle Soop, the man who initiated the donation collection at the mini-mart.
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On Friday, a mother duck and nine ducklings were seen making their way across the Queen City's busiest streets stopping traffic and gaining attention from people walking by.
Just before lunch, the family of ducks was spotted crossing Saskatchewan Drive with the help of two good Samaritans who blocked traffic so the mother duck and her ducklings could pass safely.
One lady who worked in the downtown area got a box to gather the nine ducklings with hopes of getting them to Wasacana Lake.