Five years paper, the company was purchased by the Sifton family, which launched CKCK-TV, Saskatchewan's first television station, in 1954. In 1920, the Leader merged with another paper, the Regina Evening Post, itself in a building on Twelfth Avenue at Rose Street before the merger, and continued to publish daily editions of both before consolidating them under the title The Leader-Post in 1930. Regina Leader Post Classifieds. "What do we want Regina to be represented by, especially this street? Regina Leader Post Headline News. Regina Public Library. Other titles absorbed by the Leader-Post included the Regina Daily Star and The Province. In loving memory of Obituary. Hanne Caleval, late of Mistusinne, SK, passed away peacefully surrounded by love on Wednesday,... Frank Edward Cushon, Oxbow, Saskatchewan When educating people about racism, Rhonda Rosenberg starts out by explaining it’s not genetic or biological. December 15, 1951 - March 14, 2020 Regina's Dale Richter has conducted exhaustive research into the military history of members of the Regina Rugby Club and Regina Roughriders. A welcome email is on its way. An immediate effect was a significant reduction in coverage of local and provincial news, and a greater coverage of national events. Deepest condolences to the family. We make a life by what we... SCHWAGER, Carl Behind each loss, there is intense grief. We make a living by what we get. "[2] Published weekly by the mercurial Davin, it almost immediately achieved national prominence during the North-West Rebellion and the subsequent trial of Louis Riel. Electronic and daily print subscribers also enjoy access to extra content not available to all readers. A memorial gathering, to honour and celebrate the life of Patti Grassick, will be held on August 1, 2020 at 1:00 p.m. in Lumsden, SK. Saskatchewan residents need to get the vote out for provincial and municipal elections — despite the challenges of COVID-19. It ultimately relocated in the 1960s to east-city outskirts on Park Street at Victoria Avenue, where it still remains. Newspapers. MELBOURNE/SINGAPORE — Oil prices edged higher on Thursday, taking the week’s gains so far to more than 10% on growing hopes that the world’s major producers will hold off on a planned supply increase as soaring cases of COVID-19 dent fuel demand. Expect more of what readers have come to love about the National Post. Our sincere condolences to Carol and family. In lieu of flowers, donations in... GRASSICK, Patti Nearly always, it is grief mingled with profound and enduring heartbreak. Maxine (Fichter). Maclean obtained this by masquerading as a francophone Catholic cleric and interviewing Riel in French under the nose of uncomprehending anglophone watch-house guards.[3]. Sections and supplements are laid out just as in the print edition, but complemented by a variety of digital tools which enhance the printed newspaper's look and feel. Regina Leader-Post is part of the Postmedia Network, one of Canada’s largest print and digital news networks. Former WHL star Colby Williams is keeping busy with Next Level Hockey Consulting as he awaits a new pro contract for the 2020-21 season. A scaled back Remembrance Day ceremony in Victoria Park was not hampered by COVID-19 nor blowing snow and wind. New faces on council and at city hall will have a considerable work load ahead of them as the city continues to navigate COVID-19. It caused us bitter grief "All the signs are there that we talked about back in April or the beginning of May. "I hope people understand that Chinese (people) are no different from any of us," Regina filmmaker Weiye Su said of his documentary, Jia. Accessed August 13, 2015. Gary will be sadly missed. Sign up to receive daily headline news from Regina Leader-Post, a division of Postmedia Network Inc. Email Address. [4] In 1922, the paper launched one of the oldest radio stations in Canada, CKCK. There was an error, please provide a valid email address. What it feels like: Atypical hemolytic uremic syndrome. Joanne Margaret Dacey passed away on Monday November 2, 2020 at the age of 72. June 15, 1945 - November 7, 2018 Casting a ballot is — like so many experiences in this pandemic era — something that requires extra preparation and patience. Your mom was a beautiful soul ~ e.e.cummings (I carry it in my heart) Newspapers were a thriving industry in the days through television's arrival in the 1950s until the Internet in the 1990s began to change people's gathering of news, compounded by the merger of local companies into ownership of local companies by national multi-corporation organizations. The COVID-19 version of Canada’s Great Kitchen Party will look a lot different than the last time Regina chef Jssel Hysuik competed. The transition is quick from candidate in the 2020 Regina municipal election to mayor and councillors. To see her slowly pine... We would like to thank all the people who attended Mother's funeral in person and in their hearts. Davin accepted their offer – and their $5000 in seed money. On behalf of Don Richardson, Tom Creighton, Valerie Creighton and our families a warm thank you to everyone who who sent cards, e mails, flowers, gifts and food during the time of our... ENICK, Gerald (Jerry) Milton Sterling Productions’ Rocky Horror Show is going ahead in Regina despite COVID-19 — with ample precautions for the cast, crew and audience. As a form of check-in as we head into the final days of the campaign, we have takeaways for the players. There are five new faces joining mayor-elect Sandra Masters on Regina city council. Loss of news reporter staff, the increasing television news coverage and the arrival and growth of the internet all increased difficulty in preserving, much less increasing, the Leader-Post's significance. In loving memory of Donna Harle, who passed away November 11, 2019. 1941 - 2020 © 2020 Regina Leader Post, a division of Postmedia Network Inc. All rights reserved. HERAUF, Kenneth Jerome Matthew Ken was born on August 3, 1954 in Regina and passed away peacefully on Friday, October 30, 2020 at the age of 66 years in Regina… It's just clearer than ever why it's so important. “There’s a lot of camaraderie with the group itself, and really I think we’ve got some of the greatest artists in Regina that are painters there.“. Post free classified ads. The Regina Leader-Post is the daily newspaper of Regina, Saskatchewan, Canada, and a member of the Postmedia Network. The Regina Leader-Post is subscription based and revenue is primarily from print and digital advertising and subscription fees. In a phone call, Tatiana Maslany lauded Canadian Indigenous filmmaker Alanis Obomsawin — and said her She-Hulk casting is just a rumour. November 8, 1956 - October 31, 2020 By continuing to use our site, you agree to our Terms of Service and Privacy Policy. LONDON — Programming by Prince William and gritty dramas helped British broadcaster ITV rebuild its advertising base and predict growth in ad sales in the fourth quarter following a plunge earlier in the pandemic. Find the best places within the city of Regina. "2015 Daily Newspaper Circulation Spreadsheet (Excel)",,, "Leader-Post to stop printing its newspaper in Regina", City of Regina Archives historical notes on the,, Newspapers published in Regina, Saskatchewan, Daily newspapers published in Saskatchewan, Articles with unsourced statements from June 2012, Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License, This page was last edited on 14 June 2020, at 18:59. Read more about cookies here. [5], Like most Canadian daily newspapers, the Leader-Post has seen a decline in circulation. The newspaper was first published as The Leader in 1883 by Nicholas Flood Davin, soon after Edgar Dewdney, Lieutenant-Governor of the North-West Territories, decided to name the then-vacant and featureless site of Pile-O-Bones, renamed Regina by Princess Louise, Duchess of Argyll, wife of the then Governor General of Canada, as territorial capital rather than previously established Battleford, Troy and Fort Qu'Appelle, presumably because he had acquired ample land on the site for re-sale. Joanne Margaret Dianne Gibson Decline of local news coverage radically occurred in 1996, when the paper and its sister, the Saskatoon StarPhoenix, were acquired from their owner, the Markham, Ontario-based Armadale group, by Hollinger Inc., a company then headed by then-Canadian media baron Conrad Black.