March 8 was a day for rallies in Regina, with people gathering downtown to mark International Women's Day and others gathering outside the provincial legislature to protest budget austerity. If you weren't there, here's what you missed.

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The support centre for the homeless will itself be getting a new home. Late on Feb. 27, Regina’s city council approved the relocation of Carmichael Outreach Inc. The organization's future location, which has been vacant in the Heritage community for over a decade, is just a few blocks from their current space on Osler Street.

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David Carpenter offers his condolences to the Merasty family and recalls the time he had spent with Augie Merasty. Photo by Madina Azizi.

On March 1, hundreds of people gathered at First Nations University of Canada to honor the death and legacy of Joseph Auguste Merasty (Augie), a residential school survivor and author of The Education of Augie Merasty: A Residential School Memoir.

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Imagine a classroom where the students not only get to learn by reading and writing, but also through movement and sound. By using their bodies to create images and soundscapes a group of Regina students have used art to address important social issues.

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Nine Regina Riots made it on team Canada for the 2017 IFAF Women's World Championship

Representing Canada at the 2017 IFAF Women’s World Championship has become a reality for nine Regina athletes.

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The Regina Police Service collected 82 guns in the first week of its first-ever gun amnesty, but not everyone is cheering. Some firearms enthusiasts are unhappy the weapons will be destroyed.

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