SaskPower is reporting that a big outage affecting almost a quarter of Regina is over.
Power has been restored in neighbourhoods east of Albert Street and south of Victoria Avenue. That includes Broder's Annex, Arnheim, Glencairn, and Hillsdale neigbourhoods along with traffic lights on Victoria Avenue.
As of 9 a.m.
power was coming back on for some areas. SaskPower is still working to figure out a cause for the outage.
We’re rushing ever closer to Regina hosting Canada’s biggest football game and Wednesday, the application and registration process for volunteers opened.
The 101 Grey Cup Festival Committee is looking for roughly 3500 volunteers for the five day festival which runs from November 20 to 24.
Reagan Ong was among the first to sign up.
“I know I want to get involved so no sense in putting it off,” she said.
Ong explained she wants to help put on the event to show her pride and passion.
The latest population numbers out from Statistics Canada reflecting the diversity and changing face of Saskatchewan.
Here are the highlights:
IMMIGRATION, LANGUAGE AND ETHNIC ORIGIN
Click HERE for full details from the National Household Survey Report
Some Regina homeowners are finding out that their roommates are actually illegal.
A surprising wrinkle in the city's zoning bylaws is coming to light this week. At least one homeowner in the city's south end has received a letter threatening fines and possible jail time if he doesn't move out or kick out his roommates.
Alan Maier is a Regina homeowner with roommates. He was one of a handful of people to get an unexpected letter from the bylaw office.
As the world learned the dramatic story of three young women freed from ten years of captivity in Cleveland, some people were captivated by the man who was living down the street.
Charles Ramsay was the man who saw a young girl waving for help from the home. He helped free Amanda Berry from the home before she phoned 9-1-1. An interview with Ramsay has gone viral, as he provided a very colourful retelling of what happened.
"We see this dude every day," Ramsay told the interviewer, shocked by the allegations coming out about his neighbour.
Regina fire crews helped contain a grass fire about 10 kms north of the city Tuesday afternoon.
Bales, grassland, and one shed went up in flames by a farmhouse just off of highway 6.
Luckily, strong winds blew the smoke and flames south, and away from a farmhouse just meters away. Nobody was injured.
An annual Saskatoon fundraiser had guests lining up to get their picture taken with actor, director Henry Winkler.
The Silver Spoon Dinner is an annual gala evening slated as a fundraiser for the two sponsoring organizations, Saskatoon CHW and the Congregation Agudas Israel with additional opportunities to raise funds for The Crisis Nursery and Saskatoon Interval House.
The Silver Spoon Dinner was launched in 1991 with Dr. Ruth Westheimer as the special celebrity guest.
The outrage directed at Jenny's Bridal Boutique in Saskatoon has brought attention to the province's transgender, genderqueer, and intersex communities.
Around 100 people showed up to a rally in front of the bridal store over the weekend in response to an accusation staff refused to let transgender woman Rohit Singh try on a wedding dress last month.
The rally was organized by the Gender Equality Society of Saskatchewan (GESS) to support Singh and shed light on the province's transgender community.
One might think that by 2013 bullying might have been a thing of the past, but with new technology being created around every corner it makes it easier for bullies to do what they do best—torment.
Prince Albert’s Police Chief Troy Cooper said with technology advancing the way it has over the last 15 years, they have seen some complaints come in from the public relating to new technology.
With winter finally in the rearview mirror, it's time to spring into action to help your yard.
Rick vanDuyvendyk, manager of Dutch Growers in Saskatoon and host of News Talk Radio's Garden Talk, said snow mold is the most common problem people are finding because of the late spring.
"With all the snow we had, we have snow mold underneath the lawns," he said.