Roughriders rally to beat Ti-cats, pick up 2nd straight win

Tyler Crapigna kicked a 29-yard field goal as time expired to give the Saskatchewan Roughriders a 20-18 victory over the Hamilton Tiger-Cats on Saturday at Mosaic Stadium. Mitchell Gale filled in for an injured Darian Durant at quarterback and marched the Roughriders into field goal position. The win is the second consecutive for the Riders (3-10). They trail fourth-place Edmonton

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‘We train our butts off’: Competitors vie for strong man and strong woman titles

Athletes who specialize in lifting heaving objects gathered in Regina this weekend for a strong man and strong woman event. “It’s a lot of technique that goes into it as well as strength,” Tracey Halladay, who was competing in the women’s heavyweight division, said Saturday. “We train our butts off.” Tracey Halladay is competing in the women’s heavyweight division for

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‘The republic is under siege by a moron’: Bruce Springsteen says Trump campaign is ‘tragedy’ for democracy

Bruce Springsteen has added his name to the list of rockers opposed to Donald Trump, insisting the presidential hopeful is a “moron.� Like many Americans, the Born to Run singer was stunned when the property tycoon and reality TV star won the Republican Party’s nomination for U.S. leader, despite never holding a political position. Trump will now face off with Democrat

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New radio show bringing joys of Korean pop to Regina

It’s a worldwide sensation that hails from Korea, has incredibly catchy riffs and is often accompanied by its own choreographed dance.  But here in Saskatchewan, the ins and outs of K-pop, as it’s called by fans, are not widely known (excluding perhaps Psy’s 2012 hit Gangnam Style).  Psy’s Gangnam Style breaks the limit of YouTube’s video counter Edmonton K-pop dancers master the

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