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Blind 10-year-old boy first Sask. student to qualify for Braille Challenge Finals (Wed, 22 May 2024)
A blind boy uses braille machines to write. The first Saskatchewan student has qualified for the Braille Challenge Finals. Only 50 people were chosen from more than 1,000 who competed across the world.
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Rich tradition of Chinese opera returns to Regina, courtesy of one musical couple (Wed, 22 May 2024)
Seven women in glowing yellow robes hold fans while dancing on stage. In 1981, when David Ling and his wife Jenny Lee came to Canada, they also brought with them their love of their culture, specifically Chinese opera.
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Salvador Dream returns 30 years after debut album release (Wed, 22 May 2024)
A black-and-white photo shows three young men standing on a street. Vancouver band Salvador Dream, whose members have Saskatoon and Calgary roots, released their major label debut Ur in 1994 but then the band never took off. Now, retired music industry exec Kim Cooke has remixed and remastered the album for re-release later this summer.
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Police watchdog to investigate fatal shooting of 65-year-old man by Regina police (Tue, 21 May 2024)
Vehicles are parked on both sides of the street. The Saskatchewan Serious Incident Response Team is investigating how Regina police shot and killed a 65-year-old man on Sunday.
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Birdwatchers flock to Regina's AE Wilson Park to catch rare sighting of scarlet tanager (Tue, 21 May 2024)
Scarlet tanager perched up on a branch. Birding enthusiasts flocked to Regina’s AE Wilson Park over the weekend to catch a glimpse of a Scarlet Tanager. It was a rare sighting for the birders because the small red American songbirds tend to stay in eastern North America.
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'Guardian angel' paramedics meet woman they saved on Saskatoon street (Tue, 21 May 2024)
A woman in business clothes stands between two men in paramedic uniforms to pose for a photo in an office room. A Saskatoon woman who almost died last month during a medical emergency wanted to meet the paramedics who rushed to save her life. A local ambulance business hosted the meeting to mark Paramedic Services Week.
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Why do so many small towns have a Chinese restaurant? (Tue, 21 May 2024)
A small girl in a frilly dress stands on a sidewalk. Behind her is a Orange Chrush-branded sign with he words "Colonsay restaurant." Venessa Liang grew up thinking her family’s situation — being the only Chinese people in a small Saskatchewan town and running a restaurant — was unique. It wasn't until she was older that she realized similar restaurants dotted the Canadian landscape from coast to coast to coast.
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Eye in the sky: How streaming of local hockey has changed the game (Tue, 21 May 2024)
A zamboni crosses across an ice surface Streaming services now allow people to watch, replay and save video from ice rinks across North America. It began as a way to watch local hockey from afar but has become more than that.
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Cumberland House, Sask., has limited access to food, supplies, while Highway 123 is a 'muddy road,' locals say (Tue, 21 May 2024)
A mushy muddy road. According to Raven Chaboyer, if people want to drive in or out of Cumberland House, Sask., they're doing so at their own risk. Now, the community that is already running low on groceries and supplies could remain isolated for another week due to the rains in forecast.
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Oral history project shares stories of 2SLGBTQ+ seniors in Sask. (Tue, 21 May 2024)
The 2SLGBTQ+ Seniors: Storytelling on the Prairies Portrait Exhibit will be available for the public to view at the Western Development Museum – Moose Jaw on Monday May 13 until Sunday July 14, 2024. An oral history project featuring 12 2SLGBTQ+ seniors is currently on exhibit at the Western Development Museum in Moose Jaw.
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