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Friday Sep 30, 2022 8:45 pm


Regina police ask for publics help following shooting
POSTED DATE:Sep 30, 2022

Nobody needs to sleep outdoors: City of Regina and non-profits work to accommodate houseless
POSTED DATE:Sep 30, 2022

Traffic collision in Regina leaves cyclist dead
POSTED DATE:Sep 30, 2022

Canada headed for severe and inevitable recession in 2023: economist
POSTED DATE:Sep 30, 2022

Should therapy be tax-exempt? New campaign calls out bureaucratic semantics
POSTED DATE:Sep 30, 2022

Russias war in Ukraine reaches a critical moment
POSTED DATE:Sep 30, 2022

Putin illegally annexes Ukraine land; Kyiv seeks NATO entry
POSTED DATE:Sep 30, 2022

13-year-old charged after sawed-off rifle allegedly found during search: Regina police
POSTED DATE:Sep 29, 2022

Gas prices up by as much as almost 20 cents in some Canadian cities
POSTED DATE:Sep 29, 2022

Pierre Poilievres complaint didnt influence Diagolon leaders arrest: RCMP
POSTED DATE:Sep 29, 2022

Saskatoon workers serious injury results in 50,000 fine for company
POSTED DATE:Sep 29, 2022

Dumbfounded: Video shows man fleeing from police in U-Haul, then by bike
POSTED DATE:Sep 29, 2022

Jeremy MacKenzie, leader of online group Diagolon, arrested in Nova Scotia: RCMP
POSTED DATE:Sep 29, 2022

Winnipeg man who fatally stabbed his 3-year-old daughter ineligible for parole for 18 years
POSTED DATE:Sep 29, 2022

Some in P.E.I. and Nova Scotia wont get electricity back until next week: utilities
POSTED DATE:Sep 29, 2022

NATO believes Baltic Sea gas leaks were sabotage
POSTED DATE:Sep 29, 2022

Russian billionaire charged with violating U.S. sanctions
POSTED DATE:Sep 29, 2022

Bivalent COVID-19 vaccine available to Sask. residents aged 18+ on Sept. 29
POSTED DATE:Sep 28, 2022

Gas prices expected to reach 1.75 in Regina
POSTED DATE:Sep 28, 2022

109th Grey Cup game officially sold out
POSTED DATE:Sep 28, 2022

Yorkton Fire looking local for new recruits
POSTED DATE:Sep 28, 2022

An Ontario boy with terminal cancer wanted to see monsters. 1,000 strangers made it happen
POSTED DATE:Sep 28, 2022

Mountain of meth: Alberta police seize over 55M in drugs, arsenal of weapons
POSTED DATE:Sep 28, 2022

N.S. premier slams poor participation and support from telecom companies during Fiona
POSTED DATE:Sep 28, 2022

11-year-old cyclist injured in collision with vehicle: Regina police
POSTED DATE:Sep 27, 2022

Suspicious package a hoax device, no risk to public safety: Regina police
POSTED DATE:Sep 27, 2022

Mental health, addictions still a crisis in city: Monthly crime stats
POSTED DATE:Sep 27, 2022

Four arrested, semi-automatic rifle seized following break-and-enter in Yorkton: RCMP
POSTED DATE:Sep 27, 2022

Shocking erosion of sand dunes in Prince Edward Island National Park due to Fiona
POSTED DATE:Sep 27, 2022

Displaced Port aux Basques residents face uncertain future after Fiona
POSTED DATE:Sep 27, 2022

Facebook Marketplace seller robbed at gunpoint in coffee shop, Vancouver police warn
POSTED DATE:Sep 27, 2022

13-year-old girl charged following Regina high school lockdown: police
POSTED DATE:Sep 26, 2022

Tragedies unite Humboldt Broncos mom and James Smith Cree Nation artist
POSTED DATE:Sep 26, 2022

Canada dropping travel mask mandate and ending COVID-19 border and quarantine restrictions
POSTED DATE:Sep 26, 2022

Regina non-profit collecting produce donations to help feed children
POSTED DATE:Sep 26, 2022

Our brothers laying dead here: James Smith Cree Nation man describes tragic scene which followed attack
POSTED DATE:Sep 23, 2022

Sask. village under boil water advisory after E. Coli bacteria detected
POSTED DATE:Sep 23, 2022

Blood on your hands if world steps back on tackling COVID now: WHO official
POSTED DATE:Sep 23, 2022

Heres when flu shots will be available in Sask.
POSTED DATE:Sep 22, 2022

Bird flu detected in Sask., province issues animal health order
POSTED DATE:Sep 22, 2022



Muse bring their Will of the People Tour to stateside fans when the English rock band visits venues in the U.S. and Canada for a North American tour in early 2023. Evanescence provide support on the bill.

Are you ready to rock? Get Muse tickets here.

Will of the People is Muses latest album. The futuristically anthemic rockers ninth studio effort, it emerged last month. It contains the singles Wont Stand Down, Compliance, Kill or Be Killed, You Make Me Feel Like Its Halloween and the title track.

Muse singer Matt Bellamy said that Slipknot influenced the album, thanks to his sons love of the metal band.

General on-sale for Muse tickets starts Oct. 7 at 10AM. Pre-sale begins Oct. 4. Go to willofthepeopletour.com and get info here. See the dates below.

Muse + Evanescence 2023 North American Tour Dates

Feb. 25 – Chicago, Ill. @ United Ctr
Feb. 26 – Minneapolis, Minn. @ Target Ctr
Feb. 28 – Austin, Texas @ Moody Ctr
March 2 – Houston, Texas @ Toyota Ctr
March 3 – Fort Worth, Texas @ Dickies Arena
March 7 – Columbus, Ohio @ Nationwide Arena
March 9 – Toronto, Canada @ Scotiabank Arena
March 11 – Quebec City, Canada @ Videotron Ctr
March 14 – Montreal, Canada @ Bell Ctr
March 17 – New York, N.Y. @ MSG
March 19 – Philadelphia, Pa. @ Wells Fargo Ctre
April 2 – Glendale, Ariz @ Desert Diamond Arena
April 4 – Denver, Colo. @ Ball Arena
April 6 – Los Angeles, Calif. @ Crypto.com Arena
April 8 – Las Vegas, Nev. @ T-Mobile Arena
April 10 – San Diego, Calif. @ Pechanga Arena
April 12 – Anaheim, Calif. @ Honda Ctr
April 16 – Portland, Ore. @ Moda Ctr
April 18 – Seattle, Wash. @ Climate Pledge Arena
April 20 – Salt Lake City, Utah @ Vivint Arena



Lamb of God are currently on the road with Killswitch Engage in support of their upcoming new album Omens. This past Friday (Sept. 9), they kicked off the run at the Ford Amphitheater on the Coney Island Boardwalk in New York.

The metal act played a 15-song set during the performance, including some of their biggest hits, as well as their two new 2022 singles Nevermore and Omens [via Setlist.fm]. The show also marked the return of guitarist Willie Adler after he was absent from their European tour dates in early August due to some matters he had to tend to back home. Vio-LencePhil Demmel filled in for him for the time being, but now hes back.

Lamb of Gods tour with Killswitch Engage continues tomorrow night (Sept. 13) in Youngstown, Ohio. BaronessSuicide SilenceMotionless in WhiteSpiritboxAnimals as Leaders and Fit for an Autopsy will serve as support on select dates. See the full itinerary below and get tickets here.

Omens will be available Oct. 7 via Epic Records, and can be pre-ordered now on Lamb of Gods website.

The world is crazy and keeps changing. Omens is a reaction to the state of the world. It’s a very pissed-off record, frontman Randy Blythe teased of the upcoming record when they announced it back in early June.

Lamb of God + Killswitch Engage Fall 2022 Tour

Sept. 13 - Youngstown, Ohio @ Youngstown Foundation Amp. +
Sept. 14 - Baltimore, Md. @ Chesapeake Employers Insurance Arena +
Sept. 16 - Atlanta, Ga. @ Coca Cola Roxy +
Sept. 17 - Jacksonville, Fla. @ Dailys Place +
Sept. 18 - Tampa, Fla. @ MIDFLORIDA Credit Union Amp. +
Sept. 21 - Boston, Mass. @ MGM Music Hall at Fenway +
Sept. 23 - Louisville, Ky. @ Louder Than Life Festival (Lamb of God only)
Sept. 24 - Chicago, Ill. @ Huntington Bank Pavilion at Northerly Island +
Sept. 25 - Sterling Heights, Mich. @ Michigan Lottery Amp at Freedom Hall +
Sept. 26 - Indianapolis, Ind. @ TCU Amphitheatre at White River State Park +
Sept. 30 - Denver, Colo. @ Fillmore Auditorium +
Oct. 1 - Salt Lake City, Utah @ Great SaltAir *
Oct. 2 - Grand Junction, Colo. @ Amphitheater at Las Colonias Park *
Oct. 4 - Fresno, Calif. @ Exhibit Hall at Selland Arena *
Oct. 7 - Sacramento, Calif. @ Aftershock Festival
Oct. 9 - Vancouver, British Columbia @ Mitchell Thunderbird Sports Center ^
Oct. 10 - Kent, Wash. @ Accesso ShoWare Center ^
Oct. 11 - Portland, Ore. @ Theater of the Clods ^
Oct. 13 - Inglewood, Calif. @ YouTube Theater $
Oct. 14 - Phoenix, Ariz. @ Arizona Federal Theater $
Oct. 15 - Albuquerque, N.M. @ Isleta Amphitheater $
Oct. 16 - El Paso, Texas @ UTEP Don Haskins Center $
Oct. 18 - San Antonio, Texas @ Freeman Coliseum $
Oct. 19 - Houston, Texas @ 713 Music Hall $
Oct. 20 - Irving, Texas @ The Pavilion at Toyota Music Factory $

+ w/Baroness + Suicide Silence
* w/Motionless in White + Fit for an Autopsy
^ w/Spiritbox + Fit for an Autopsy
$ w/Animals as Leaders + Fit for an Autopsy



Rock and roll stars are known for making a racket, but on Friday in Ottawa, one big name frontman turned up to a local sports centre without one.

The Rideau Sports Centre posted to social media that Pearl Jam lead singer and guitarist Eddie Vedder turned up to play tennis but he needed an important tool.

“He borrowed our CEO and Founder’s (Nicki Bridgland) tennis racquet. What a thrill it was to meet him,” a post on the Rideau Sports Centre’s Facebook page.

Pearl Jam was in town to play the Canadian Tire Centre on Saturday. Bridgland told CTV News that Vedders visit was a surprise.

One of our staff came running up the stairs and asked the front desk manager, ‘Do we have any racquets we can borrow? Eddie Vedder is in the lobby, Bridgland said. “And I looked at him and said Are you joking or are you serious?”

Vedder and his manager played on court four, Bridgland said. As a thank you for lending her racquet, Vedder offered Bridgland tickets to the show. 

“’Alive’… ‘Even Flow’…I graduated in 1995 this was the playlist of my time,” she said.  I feel very fortunate that timing and serendipity worked out and I had the opportunity to visit with him and he got to use my racquet.

Those who play regularly at the RSC were excited to hear of the musician’s visit.

“I dont deserve to play on this court anymore,” said Doug Lai. “Im sure he was much better than me.”

“Its cool he hung out in the city and didnt just pass through,” said Mitch Guazas.

The team at the RSC clearly enjoyed Saturday nights concert, writing on Facebook that it was INCREDIBLE.

Thank you for bringing such joy to Ottawa!



Fozzy frontman Chris Jericho injured his throat earlier this month during a wrestling event, therefore the bands tour has been postponed so that he can make a full recovery. The rockers issued a statement on their website regarding the incident.

On Aug. 10 during the Quake by the Lake AEW event in Minneapolis, Chris suffered a throat injury that left him with a severely bruised larynx. Unfortunately, even though the injury is healing and is not permanent, Chris hasn’t fully recovered and his laryngologist has recommended that Fozzy postpone the first two weeks of the Save The World tour (scheduled to start in Columbus on Sept. 8) in order to facilitate a full recovery as soon as possible, the statement reads.

The shows, which were originally scheduled to take place between Sept. 8 and 19 with No ResolveGFM and Seventh Day Slumber, have been postponed until the spring of 2023. All tickets will be honored for the new dates. As it stands, Fozzys next show is set to take place Sept. 29 in Charlotte, N.C. In November, theyll head to Europe with Escape the Fate and Scarlet Rebels, and then Australia and New Zealand with Buckcherry later in the month.

See the updated itinerary for the North American leg of Fozzys tour below and get tickets through this link. We wish Jericho the best as he recovers from his injury.

Fozzy 2022 + 2023 Save the World North American Tour Dates

  • Sept. 29 - Charlotte, N.C. @ Underground
  • Sept. 30 - Richmond, Va. @ Canal Club
  • Oct. 1 - Baltimore, Md. @ Soundstage
  • Oct. 2 - Syracuse, N.Y. @ Lost Horizon
  • Oct. 3 - New Bedford, Mass. @ The Vault
  • Oct. 6 - Montreal, Quebec @ Foufounes Electriques
  • Oct. 7 - Toronto, Ontario @ Opera House
  • Oct. 8 - Albany, N.Y. @ Empire Live
  • Oct. 9 - Philadelphia, Pa. @ Brooklyn Bowl
  • Oct. 10 - Virginia Beach, Va. @ Elevation 27
  • March 23 - Bloomington, Ill. @ Castle Theater
  • March 24 - Hobart, Ind. @ The Art Theater
  • March 25 - Milwaukee, Wis. @ The Rave
  • March 26 - Cincinnati, Ohio @ Bogarts
  • March 30 - Pittsburgh, Pa. @ Jergels
  • March 31 - Louisville, Ky. @ Mercury Ballroom
  • April 1 - Flint, Mich. @ Machine Shop
  • April 2 - Columbus, Ohio @ The King of Clubs
  • April 3 - Grand Rapids, Mich. @ Intersection



Lollapalooza security was arrested over the weekend for allegedly sending texts and faking Facebook posts that said there was mass shooting imminent at the festival. The 18-year old guard is accused of making up the threats so she wouldnt have the work the music festival and go home early.

ABC7 Chicago reported this week that weekend worker Janya Williams was behind bars after being charged with sending a fake text threatening the festival to a co-worker. The text read Mass shooting at 4 p.m. location Lollapalooza. We have 150 targets. This anonymous text, sent via TextNow, set off a chain reaction in the Chicago Police Department and the FBI after security supervisors notified authorities.

Williams shared another made up threat later. She allegedly told her boss that her sister had alerted her to another mass shooting threat on Facebook, and produced a screenshot from a fake account that Williams had made. Prosecutors say the message read Massive shooting at Lollapalooza GrantPark 6:00 p.m. The message was never actually posted on Facebook.

The ruse unraveled after authorities uncovered that Williams had sent the initial text, according to Block Club Chicago. An investigation into the  Apple ICloud account and an IP address showed they belonged to the [defendant]. Prosecutors said when Williams was brought in for questioning, she admitted she sent the message and created the fake post in order to leave work early.

Lollapalooza 2022 was sold out for the weekend shows, meaning there were about 100,000 people that could have been evacuated when Williams allegedly wanted to take some me-time.


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