Over 140,000 people from over 80 countries have donated to the cause.
Volunteers hit the pavement Wednesday night to count the number of people living on the streets in Regina, as part of a nation-wide initiative.
A group of Indigenous people from the Amazon argued Wednesday that they should be able to seize shares of Chevron Canada to pay for the pollution its U.S. parent company allegedly left behind in their homeland.
Progressive Conservative MLA Elizabeth Smith-McCrossin said in a debate on the government’s bill to regulate recreational marijuana that there’s “very low productivity in Jamaica” because of legal weed.
'We deserve better:' Family of Colten Boushie calls for United Nations to study systemic racism in Canada
Family members of Colten Boushie delivered a fiery call for justice at the international table today, as they called for the United Nations to undertake a study systemic racism against Indigenous people in Canada’s judicial and legal systems.
Noel Starblanket attended residential school in Lebret for 11 years. He says it would take 37 years to heal form that abuse.
Faith Dickinson, 15, who was invited after receiving an award for the cancer charity she founded, said the prospect of attending the royal wedding next month is “surreal.”
The NDP MP who sponsored the call for a papal apology says he will introduce it again as soon as possible.
The GoFundMe page identifies the cab driver as Muhammad Umar, a 34-year-old father of four children, all under the age of 10.
Saskatchewan’s children’s hospital is set to open its doors next year, but as of now the government is short on its goal for full-time pediatricians.
The Humboldt Broncos tribute concert is being organized by Country Thunder Music Festivals. Meaghan Craig with who will be taking part.
NDP renew calls for conflict of interest changes following Bill Boyd’s environment charge sentencing
Opposition Leader Ryan Meili is renewing calls for Saskatchewan to toughen conflict of interest rules in response to Bill Boyd's environmental charge conviction and charge.
A funeral was held Wednesday for Humboldt Broncos bus crash victim Dayna Brons. Ryan Kessler reports.
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau joined his British, Australian and New Zealander counterparts in the U.K. on Wednesday to discuss the most pressing international security challenges.
Changes are coming to Wascana Park after the City of Regina gave a commercial development project the green light.
By Bryan Eneas Two ice highways in northern Saskatchewan have officially been closed down for the year. The ice highway connecting Fond du Lac to the rest of the province closed April 6, according to Steve Shaheen from the Ministry of Highways. This year’s closure date was on par with previous years, he said, despite the unusually-cold temperatures. ... Read More
By Nigel Maxwell A man from the Melfort area has been sentenced for causing a fatal crash while driving impaired. Troy Tolofson, 46, appeared Wednesday at Melfort Provincial Court, where he pleaded guilty to a charge of impaired driving causing death and a charge of resisting arrest. He received a 30-month prison sentence. ... Read More
By paNOW Staff News Director Glenn Hicks and reporter Bryan Eneas discuss a settlement agreement between the federal government, Black Lake and Fond du Lac. ... Read More
Foreign Affairs Minister Chrystia Freeland won’t have an equal American counterpart when she convenes a meeting of G7 foreign ministers on Sunday to discuss a broad range of international security issues, including Syria, Ukraine, Myanmar, Venezuela and the ongoing nuclear tension with North Korea.
Regina will be hosting its second point-in-time count on Wednesday evening.