Kayla Harrigan serves a customer at a COBS Bread shop in Regina. The bakery is one of few food shops that donates unsold food to local charities. Photo by Rebbeca Marroquin.

While most restaurants and food shops in Regina throw away their leftover food, some give it away to local charities.

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Some of Oro's collections.

As a young entrepreneur, Helen Oro went from running a nail shop in Chitek Lake, Saskatchewan, to taking part in one of the most famous and awaited fashion runways; London Fashion Week.

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As Regina folks look forward to the new state-of-the-art Mosaic Stadium, a smaller venue, rich in Saskatchewan history, has hosted its last game. Demolition began on the Exhibition Stadium on Jan. 17.

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Seven Stones Community School

For many, the word ‘education’ stirs fond memories of childhood friends, field trips and goofing off in school hallways but, for many others, it means painful memories of isolation, oppression and abuse.

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A 17-year-old boy is in serious, but stable condition and a 14-year-old boy has been released from hospital after a shooting on the 700 block of Athol Street in the early hours of Sunday, Nov. 13.

In connection with the shooting, 20-year-old Taurell Antonio Alexson along with five teenagers were charged in court with attempted murder, unauthorized possession of a firearm and pointing of a firearm, on the morning of Nov. 14.

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Regina doesn’t make the grade when it comes to waste management, according to a recent report.

Municipal Benchmarking Network (MBN) Canada measured the amount of household recyclables and organics kept out of landfills in 15 cities across Canada in 2015. The average was 46 per cent. Regina diverted 18 per cent, the least amount measured.

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