The father in the case says his efforts to get his daughter vaccinated against the wishes of his parents and ex-wife felt like the "summer from hell." The mother is appealing the decision, according to her law firm.
While not nearly as bad as the global semiconductor chip shortage, there’s growing concern that shopping for certain types of tires this winter may prove difficult.
At Greg Fertuck's murder trial Wednesday, Lauren Fertuck testified her mom confided dark details of her collapsing marriage, including threats.
COVID-19 is once again infecting residents in long-term care homes in Saskatchewan. A government website shows more than 60 people have been infected in the past two weeks.
Visitors stepping onto the Remai Modern's third floor are met with the sight and sound of a large drum.... Read more
A 40-year-old man who resided in a licensed day care is facing five different charges in relation to child sexual assault and child pornography.
A third child of Greg and Sheree Fertuck has taken the stand at the high-profile murder trial. She told court about a series of insults and threats. Global’s Ryan Kessler has the details and a warning some viewers may find them disturbing. Read more
The fourth wave is now looking a lot like the first. We are once again seeing outbreaks in long-term care homes. Global’s Nathaniel Dove has more on who it’s affecting — and what can be done. Read more
The Saskatchewan NDP says it’s time for the province to consider asking the Canadian military for help as COVID-19 hospitalizations continue to rise.
The Global Institute for Food Security (GIFS) has recieved the go-ahead from its founding partners to expand its operations on the University of Saskatchewan campus. The support from the provincial government, the university and Nutrien comes as the institute moves into a new, larger facility.... Read more
With government-imposed proof of vaccine requirements on the way in Saskatchewan, some are asking whether medical conditions are enough to exempt them from the mandates.... Read more
When the Roughriders face B.C on Friday, the Lions will look a lot different than when Saskatchewan faced them in Week 1 of CFL action.
As the city's executive committee debated how to best address property tax and utility affordability in Regina, some members criticized a... Read more
Public health officials will work with Saskatoon police to investigate a rally on election night in Saskatoon, the Ministry of Health confirms.... Read more
"It feels like ... a slap in the face to have our premier now announce that there is 'an opportunity for medical professionals to provide some guidance,'" Dr. Tamara Hinz said.
As COVID-19 cases remain stubbornly high and keep hospitalizations around record levels in Saskatchewan, the NDP is urging the provincial government to request military assistance to prevent collapse.... Read more
Despite not winning a single seat, the People’s Party of Canada made significant popular vote gains in Saskatchewan and across Canada Monday. Political analysts differ on predictions for how much of that momentum will be carried forward to future elections. Read more
As COVID-19 cases rise by hundreds each day and hospitalizations continue to hit record highs, Saskatchewan’s NDP is calling for the provincial government to extend a request to the Canadian military for help. “It’s time that we admit that we need help before it’s too late,” NDP MLA and Health... Read more
Residential school survivor and Opposition MLA Betty Nippi-Albright is calling on the Saskatchewan government to recognize Sept. 30, which is now recognized as the National Day for Truth and Reconciliation, as a provincial holiday.
Nadine Newton isn’t worried about Saskatchewan’s vaccine pass having a negative effect on business at her gym; she actually thinks it will give it a boost.... Read more
A strained relationship between some doctors in the province and Premier Scott Moe, following recent criticisms Moe made in regards to doctors fighting disinformation about COVID-19 vaccines. Taz Dhaliwal has the details.
There may be less than a thousand electric vehicles on Saskatchewan roads right now, but SaskPower wants to be ready for a future where more EVs are plugged into its power grid.... Read more
The Saskatchewan Roughriders are set to match up against an improved and healthier Michael Reilly on Friday. The Riders faced the B.C. Lions and their 36-year-old quarterback on Aug. 6, but Reilly didn’t start the CFL game due to an injury to his right elbow. Reilly eventually entered the... Read more
A man convicted for his role in the 2001 murder of 18-year-old Garreth Francis Wolfe has died while in the custody of the Regional Psychiatric Centre in Saskatoon.... Read more
In a text message, Greg Fertuck called his daughter a “brain dead little girl” and Sheree Fertuck a “bipolar witch.”
After handily winning the Moose Jaw—Lake Centre—Lanigan riding for the Conservatives in Monday's federal election, Fraser Tolmie is eager to make sure the region is not overlooked by Ottawa.... Read more
The Saskatchewan Roughriders are looking to make the switch from homebodies to road-trippers.... Read more
A Regina lawyer accused of obstructing justice plans to take her case to trial.... Read more
Legal questions about the definition of a park and what counts as a public space ended in another conviction for a man with an already long history of indecent acts.... Read more
Only 74 new residents have made downtown Regina their home during the first quarter of a 25-year plan to bring 10,000 people into the city centre, according to City of Regina administration.... Read more
Canada’s first ever National Day for Truth and Reconciliation will take place on Sept. 30, but because of the ongoing pandemic, the city isn’t encouraging any large-scale, in-person events.
Like most people examining the results of Monday’s federal election, Todd Lewis said it looks like more of the same. “We expect things to operate basically how they have for the past couple years and really, in a minority parliament, there are opportunities for agriculture,” said Lewis, the... Read more
Regina Humane Society has close to 1,200 cats and kittens in its care and is looking for residents to adopt, as the organization is nearing capacity.
On the stand, in her dad’s murder trial, Lauren Fertuck held back tears while talking about how close she was with her mom.
For the second day in a row, five people with COVID-19 have died in Saskatchewan and the province continues to break its own hospitalization records.
The Regina Humane Society says it is at a breaking point after accepting nearly 1,200 cats and kittens over the summer.
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Saskatchewan Roughrider A.C. Leonard has been cleared to resume practising with the team again, after being served with suspensions related to failing to provide a urine sample to doping officials following the Labour Day Classic.
Saskatchewan SPCA community relations coordinator Josh Hourie said animal maltreatment seen when intimate-partner violence (IPV) is present doesn’t just mean pets like dogs and cats.