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RCMP and search and rescue volunteers are looking for a missing paddler in northern Saskatchewan.
Final submissions are expected today at the sentencing hearing for a teenager who shot and killed four people and injured seven others at a home and a high school in northern Saskatchewan.
Conservative Party leader Andrew Scheer spoke to small business owners in Waterloo region on Friday at conference centres in Cambridge and Kitchener-Waterloo, describing what he sees as 'irony' over Bill Morneau's proposed tax reforms for small business.
RCMP say no one was injured when a semi-trailer hit a school bus Thursday.
Allen Job says they plan to rebuild.
Candidates from the Saskatchewan party looking to become the next premier of the province squared off in their first debate in Swift Current Thursday evening.
Closing arguments and new witness testimony in the adult sentencing hearing for the La Loche shooter have begin in Meadow Lake Provincial Court.
The question of whether or not a teen killer suffered from fetal alcohol spectrum disorder is expected to be central one as the final arguments begin in the case of the La Loche teen who killed four people and wounded seven others during a shooting spree in the small northern community.
Is Saskatoon, a city with a population just north of 250,000 people, ready for an art gallery of this size and scope?
It's cannabis day today at the meeting of federal, provincial and territorial health ministers in Edmonton.
Regina police are looking for a young boy last seen just before 3 o'clock Thursday.
The former executive director of the Regina Sexual Assault Centre has received a three-year jail sentence for bilking hundreds of thousands of dollars from the non-profit group.
Nine students and a school bus driver escaped injury Thursday after a school bus and semi collided in west-central Saskatchewan.
The Thursday, October 19, 2017 edition of Global News at 6 on Global Regina
Sask. Party leadership hopefuls will meet tonight for the first candidate’s debate in the race to be the next premier of Saskatchewan.
Thu, Oct 19: Jury deliberations are underway in the case of a young woman left a quadriplegic after diving into a University of Regina swimming pool. Marney Blunt was in the courtroom.
Wildfires destroyed more than 30,000 hectares in southwestern Saskatchewan earlier this week.
Jury deliberations are now underway in the case of a young woman who became a quadriplegic after diving into a University of Regina swimming pool 12 years ago.
Premier Brad Wall said Thursday a corporate income tax rate reduction was no longer necessary to be competitive in Western Canada because of changes in British Columbia. The one per cent reduction was first announced in the 2017-18 provincial budget.