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Hannah Leflar murder accomplice to testify at his own sentencing hearing today

The teen who helped his friend murder 16-year-old Hannah Leflar will testify on his own behalf on Tuesday. The Crown’s portion of his sentencing hearing wrapped up at Court of Queen’s Bench in Regina on Monday with victim impact statements from 13 of Leflar’s family members and friends. Hannah Leflar’s family says accomplice worse than killer for not stopping murder

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Park approved in city’s northwest to be named after late Regina artist

One of northwest Regina’s parks will be named after a late but well-known figure from the Regina arts community. Council members voted unanimously to name the park after late Regina artist Michele Sereda at council meeting on Monday night. Sereda Park will be located in Regina’s northwest end in the Westerra development. Grief counselling underway at Payepot School where theatre group was headed Sask. artists

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City of Regina officially trashes weekly garbage pickups

Regina city council has voted in favor of trashing the existing weekly garbage pickup schedule and instead switching to biweekly pickups. Officials said the change is expected to save the city $132,000. Schedule changes will begin in November and run until March 2018. The city said it had intentions of supplying weekly trash pickup over the Christmas period. Council approved amendments to this

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Saskatoon woman ‘disgusted’ with police response to sexual assault case

Rylee Schuhmacher says a feeling of powerlessness flooded over her when a Saskatoon police officer said her sexual assault case would be “impossible to prove.” Last week, the 19-year-old took to social media to speak out about her experience reporting an alleged sexual assault to the Saskatoon Police Service. She said her dealings with an officer who is part of the Sex Crimes

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