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On the Go: National Police Week

WATCH: Kayleen Sawatzky hears from the Regina Police Service on National Police Week and learns about officer training.

WATCH: Kayleen Sawatzky hears from the Regina Police Service on National Police Week and learns about officer training.

Indigenous Circle

Indigenous Circle: May 15

WATCH: Nelson Bird brings you this week’s edition of Indigenous Circle.

WATCH: Nelson Bird brings you this week’s edition of Indigenous Circle.

Wheatland Cafe

Smoked Steelhead Trout

WATCH: CJ Katz makes Smoked Steelhead Trout with an Asian sauce for this week’s edition of Wheatland Café.

WATCH: CJ Katz makes Smoked Steelhead Trout with an Asian sauce for this week’s edition of Wheatland Café.

Crime Stoppers

Crime Stoppers – May 16, 2022

WATCH: Regina police search for suspects in this week’s Crime Stoppers report.

WATCH: Regina police search for suspects in this week’s Crime Stoppers report.

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War wounds: Limbs lost and lives devastated in an instant in Ukraine

There is a cost to war — to the countries that wage it, to the soldiers who fight it, to the civilians who endure it. For nations, territory is gained and lost, and sometimes regained and lost again. But some losses are permanent. Lives lost can never be regained. Nor can limbs. And so it is in Ukraine.

Finland, Sweden officially apply for NATO membership

NATO Secretary-General Jens Stoltenberg said Wednesday that the military alliance stands ready to seize a historic moment and move quickly on allowing Finland and Sweden to join its ranks, after the two countries submitted their membership requests.

Ukraine hopes to swap Mariupol steel mill fighters for Russian POWs

Ukrainian fighters extracted from the last bastion of resistance in Mariupol were taken to a former penal colony in enemy-controlled territory, and a top military official hoped they could be exchanged for Russian prisoners of war. But a Moscow lawmaker said they should be brought to 'justice.'