The Afternoon News
A Regina homeowner is finding out his roommates are actually illegal, according to a city bylaw. Alan Maier has received a letter threatening fines or possible jail time if he doesn’t alleviate the situation by June 3.
Alan Maier, Homeowner, Regina
Hockey Alberta has decided that starting next year, there will be no body checking in peewee level hockey. Is this the best move? We ask Wray Morrison, provincial sports director for News Talk Radio.
Wray Morrison, Provincal Sports Director, News Talk Radio
David Kirton has today’s top stories.
3 p.m. – David Kirton has today’s top stories.
3:30 p.m.- Hockey Alberta has decided that starting next year, there will be no body checking in peewee level hockey. Is this the best move? We ask Wray Morrison, provincial sports director for News Talk Radio.
Tornadoes aren’t firing up in Saskatchewan as early as they have in years past. The later season has given Greg Johnson, Tornado Hunter, time to come up with some innovate ways to capture the storms this summer. We speak with Johnson
Greg Johnson, Tornado Hunter
A former Jenny’s Bridal Boutique employee says the outrage for the boutique’s owner has gone far past supporting Rohit Singh, the transgender who was refused trying on a dress. Elisa Sargent sees Jenny as a victim of bullying. Thanks to this, Sargent has decided not to return to work at the shop after being rehired and set to start yesterday.
Modern-day parents across the province are having to make a decision whether to introduce their kids to religion or not. Julie Green is a mother and staff writer at the Yummy Mummy Club. She’s trying to decide whether to introduce her son to religion or allow him to make up his own mind when he is able to.
Julie Green, Staff Writer, Yummy Mummy Club
s headlines focus on three missing women being found in Ohio, we take a look at missing people here at home. What sort of work goes on behind the scenes on missing persons cases? We speak with SGt. Rob Zentner, head of the historical case unit with the RCMP in Regina.
Rob Zentner, Head of the Historical Case Unit, RCMP, Regina