Residence Inn Marriott hotel's Jocelyn Wiebe

The Residence Inn Marriott hotel welcomes new customers as of March 11 on 1506 Pasqua Street when it officially opens its doors to the public. Jocelyn Wiebe, the sales coordinator of the new hotel, is excited about the new opportunities the hotel will bring to the already booming industry in Regina.

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Police forces in Regina are shopping for carbine semi-automatic weapons for their street patrol officers.

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Debra Schubert at her practicum.

After the alleged assault of a 14-month-old girl in an unlicensed day home in Pilot Butte, questions have arisen about Saskatchewan’s unlicensed daycares.

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It was just one year ago that 26-year-old Kyle Kinequon from Starblanket First Nation didn’t know what he wanted to do. “I was basically looking for work but really not knowing what to do,” said Kinequon.

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Part owner of Bobby's Place, Robert Haakenson

 

From Fanny’s Fabric, to night clubs like the Drink and Pure Ultra Lounge, 2044 Dewdney Avenue has been the location of several businesses over the years but Bobby’s Place is here to stay, according part-owner Robert Haakenson.

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Mayor Michael Fougere

Want to run in this fall's civic election? Not even your criminal record can stop you, and that's not going to change in 2016.

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