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Regina Thunder become National Champions Article: Paige Kreutzwieser – Staff Writer he Thunder rolled on Nov. 9, when Regina’s Junior Football Club clinched their first ever Canadian Junior Football League national championship. With a score of 55-26, the Regina Thunder were able to defeat the Vancouver Island Raiders in some of the coldest weather thus far experienced. “Just really happy, proud and happy, for our guys and going through all the highs and lows to ...

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The Great Debates – P3 referendum

Participants: Sonia Stanger [PRO] and Sean Wilson [CONTRA] [poll id=”9″] PRO Sonia Stanger – Contributor On Sep 25, the citizens of Regina will head to the polls to decide whether they want to keep public control of a new wastewater treatment plant. I would encourage each and every student at the University of Regina to vote Yes. In February, city council voted to proceed with a P3 – that is, public-private partnership – model, wherein ...

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The Final Boutdown

“For me personally, [roller derby] has been very empowering. You can see that it creates a safe space where women can be strong, they can try these new things, they can push their bodies to the limit, and they can feel like they have support when they are doing it.” – Cassie Ozog

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The Great Private-Public Debate

f any issue this year has animated Regina residents, it has been the debate on the future of the Water Waste Treatment Plant. At stake is the possible implementation of a Public-Private Partnership (P3) model. The current plant will not meet new Federal and Provincial standards by December 2016, making improvements indispensable.

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