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Bill and Pete's Not So Excellent Adventure: Hate Group Leader Back on American Soil
After a whirlwind tour of Saskatchewan that started with a prolonged detention at the Canadian border and ended in a jail cell, Peter LaBarbera, head of the Southern Poverty Law Center designated hate group Americans for the Truth About Homosexuality is back on American soil looking for cash to pay his legal bills.
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ITa S Real! a Train selfiea and the man kicked in head by a conductora
The video has been watched over 5 million times in 48 hours, with plenty of people questioning why a man would stand next to a train going full speed.
Wed Apr 16, 2014
Prince George Citizen
A loyal elk
I happened to see an interview on CKPG TV last week that really caught my interest.
Tue Apr 15, 2014
SGI launching photo radar in Saskatoon
RCMP officials say Nigel Wright, former chief of staff to Prime Minister Stephen Harper, won't face criminal charges in connection with the ongoing Senate expenses scandal.
Pro-Life Speaker Peter LaBarbera Detained by Canadian Authorities for Opposing Homosexuality
Those considering an escape to Canada if the situation gets much worse in the USA might be persuaded to instead stay and fight for what is left of our freedom after learning of what happened to Peter LaBarbera when he headed north of the border to speak at a pro-life conference: A prominent U.S. pro-family activist was detained by the Canadian ... (more)
Prince Albert Daily Herald
Saskatchewan RCMP Blotter - April 15, 2014
Saskatchewan RCMP have laid charges relating to historical sexual assaults. In April 2013, the Regina General Investigation Section within the Major Crime Branch of the RCMP in Saskatchewan received information from an adult female relating to historical sexual assaults.
Moskaluke's confident in taking the next big step
Langenburg native Jess Moskaluke talks about her new album Light Up The Night with the Leader-Post's Jeff DeDekker.
Can minimum wage cover university tuition?
University of Regina student Taylor Groff believes a summer job at minimum wage would not be enough to cover her expenses for a year.
Mon Apr 14, 2014
The Georgia Straight
U.S anti-gay and Canadian anti-abortion activists arrested in Regina
I've been with my boyfriend since high school. We are in our early 30's. He's the only one I've been with.
Sun Apr 13, 2014
US Pro-Family Activist Detained by Canadian Customs for Alleged...
REGINA, Saskatchewan, April 11, 2014 - A prominent U.S. pro-family activist was detained by the Canadian Border Services Agency Thursday for alleged violations of Canada's 'hate propaganda' l Peter LaBarbera, president of Americans for Truth about Homosexuality , had flown into Regina International Airport to speak at the Saskatchewan Pro-Life ... (more)
Fri Apr 11, 2014
Controversial speaker destined for Weyburn pro-life convention denied entry to Canada
Two roads diverged in a wood, the poem goes. Edna Oleksyn took the long one. After about 17 years and at the age of 73, she's finally earned her bachelor's degree in fine arts from the University of Saskatchewan... It's time for federal Agriculture Minister Gerry Ritz to "go back to the future" to find a lasting solution to the crisis in the grain ... (more)
Anti-Hate Speech Law Detains 'Porno Pete' at the Canadian Border
Since 1994, the Free Trade Agreement between the United States and Canada has served to eliminate barriers to trade in goods and services.
Saskatchewan standardized testing plan scrapped
REGINA, SK: MARCH 19, 2014 -- Saskatchewan MLA Don Morgan responds to the Saskatchewan Party 2014 budget in Regina on March 19, 2014.
Booze, wine sales rise in Saskatchewan
During the fiscal year ending March 31, 2013, they spent $624.2 million on alcohol in stores, according to a Statistics Canada report released Thursday.
Thu Apr 10, 2014
Regina Leader Post
Man charged with attempted murder after stabbing in Regina
On Wednesday at 1:30 a.m. police were dispatched to Sangster Boulevard for a noise bylaw complaint and were led to a 25 year-old man inside a home who had sustained serious injuries.
Happenings on the Scene - Virden goes big time with Streetheart arena rock
Kenny Shields and Streetheart play onstage at Rockin' the Fields of Minnedosa in 2007.
Wed Apr 09, 2014
St. John's fairly zombie-proof, blogger says
An engineer in Alberta did an analysis of which Canadian cities could best defend themselves against a zombie apocalypse, and St. John's is at the top of the list, thanks in part to its citizens' penchant for owning guns.
Tax time woes worse for thousands without technology
Stewart Smith is one of thousands of low-income people in Regina who rely on a volunteer run program to help with filing his taxes electronically.
Journal of Commerce
Verbal sparring matches and ethical dilemmas
Over the last several years, four of the best labour markets in the country have been in the energy-rich provinces of Alberta and Saskatchewan.