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Lindley's late TD lifts Ottawa Redblacks over Saskatchewan Roughriders 33-32

The Ottawa Redblacks are heating up at the right time.

Quarterback Trevor Harris and the Ottawa Redblacks came-from-behind for an improbable 33-32 victory over the… 576 more words


Extra officers and security guards added for Rider games

Regina police are increasing security at Saskatchewan Roughrider games following attacks this month in Edmonton and Las Vegas.

Police say in a news release that the move starting tonight is not in response to any specific threat to the game, the city or the province. 106 more words


Pats announce 'once-in-a-lifetime' centennial spectacle

The Regina Pats are truly throwing the party of the century.

As previously reported by the Leader-Post, details were unveiled Friday about an ambitious centennial celebration in February that will launch a 100-day countdown to the 2018 Memorial Cup. 838 more words

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Local roundup: Regina out of the running for 2026 World Cup

Regina’s new Mosaic Stadium is no longer being considered as a potential host site for a World Cup soccer match in 2026.

The United Bid Committee — comprising representatives from Canada, the United States and Mexico — announced Wednesday that its list of potential North American host cities has been trimmed from 41 to 32. 417 more words

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Mark Stephen: Roughriders already have Stampeders beat on new stadium

Kickoff may be Sept. 24, but already the Calgary Stampeders are trailing the Saskatchewan Roughriders. Not on the scoreboard, but in the facilities game.

The contrast could not be more striking. 518 more words


A stadium will fall without a wrecking ball

Very soon, the most noteworthy collapse in Taylor Field history will not revolve around the late-game implosion of a football team.

Plans have been announced for a controlled collapse at the Saskatchewan Roughriders’ historic home. 560 more words

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SLCR #292: Guns N' Roses (August 27, 2017)

Many years ago, I was in line to get into the Odeon in Saskatoon to see Hawksley Workman. This drunk dude stumbled down the street and asked us what the line was for. 1,431 more words

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