A union-produced video identifying replacement workers at the Co-op refinery in Regina is the latest escalation in a labour dispute that has now stretched on more than a month. Unifor posted the video, titled Meet the Scabs, on its Twitter page Thursday. The video names and shows images of about aRead More →

A Chinese woman trying to gain permanent residency in Canada through the purchase of a unit in a wholesale mall on the outskirts of Regina found herself caught in a tangled web of false promises and dubious practices. Amber Zhang, a 45-year-old Chinese national, says in early 2017 she wasRead More →

Burton Cummings used to play some of the loudest rock in Canada, but now he’s trying to get a neighbouring dance studio in Saskatchewan to turn down its tunes. Kyra Klassen owns Dance Fitness With Kyra in downtown Moose Jaw, where people gather to sweat to music-filled fitness classes. SheRead More →

A vigil was held for Colten Boushie at the Chapel Art Gallery in North Battleford on Feb. 9, 2019. It included a pipe ceremony, reflections on the year, speeches from family and a candlelight vigil at dusk. It marked the one year anniversary of Gerald Stanley being found not guilty of murder in a case that attracted internationalRead More →