The focus of a recent Regina Police Board of Commissioners meeting was on the number of mental health service calls they receive and decriminalizing simple drug possession.
Saskatchewan is among the Canadian jurisdictions to receive compensation from Purdue Pharma Canada after a historic settlement with the opioid manufacturer.... Read more
There will be more to explore for kids at Wanuskewin Heritage Park this summer. Conexus Credit Union and Wanuskewin are partnering again with a $5,000 donation from Conexus to make Indigenous cultural education programs available during the summer. It’s been a busy month for the park, as they... Read more
Clayton Kelvin Mandes was last seen around 4:30 p.m. on Tuesday leaving a business on Highway 212 on Beardy’s and Okemasis’ Cree Nation, Sask.
The federal government announced Wednesday all existing border restrictions to enter Canada will remain in place until at least Sept. 30.
Researchers suggest antibodies found in llama blood could lead to the development of a spray to immunize against COVID-19, SARS and other coronaviruses.
The road to decriminalizing drugs in Regina is being paved. On Tuesday, the Board of Police Commissioners met to discuss the possibility of decriminalizing personal illicit drug possession in the city of Regina.
A partnership that aims to protect the water in the Qu'Appelle River System will be receiving the Calling Lakes Ecomuseum ‘Water Award’ worth $3.3 million.
Environment Canada issued severe thunderstorm watches for large areas of Saskatchewan Wednesday afternoon, and a severe thunderstorm warning for one small region. The watches, which mean conditions are favourable for a severe storm, blanketed much of southwestern Saskatchewan as well as the east... Read more
Opioid manufacturer Purdue Pharma Canada has agreed to a first-of-its-kind settlement over damages caused by addiction, after a proposed class-action lawsuit from multiple levels of government aiming to recover healthcare costs. Purdue is known for making opioid painkillers, which are highly... Read more
Steve Seiferling says airlines need to pick up their game after he was trapped on connecting flights for a day and a half while trying to get home to Saskatoon this past weekend.
PrairiesCan is putting money into the hands of Saskatchewan entrepreneurs to grow jobs and skill in the province. The interest-free loan of nearly $26,000,000 is being given to 11 “innovative businesses” across the province. The funding is meant to help companies expand and improve their operations... Read more
Inspired by his sense of adventure, Saskatoon's Mike Diakuw has walked around the city limits eight times.
The rally in Regina began at Victoria Park and the demonstrators made their way over to Wascana Park.
SaskTel is supporting Ukrainians coming to Saskatchewan with a big donation, waived fees, and free wireless service. Through contributions from the company, employees, and the SaskTel Pioneers, the Crown corporation raised $50,000 which will be donated to the Ukrainian Canadian Congress. The funds... Read more
A boy with a sawed-off rifle and a woman carrying ammunition were arrested Tuesday in Saskatoon. Police said officers with Saskatoon’s Gangs and Guns Unit were watching a home on Avenue J South Tuesday afternoon as part of a firearms investigation, and spotted a 16-year-old boy leave the... Read more
Saskatoon police have charged a woman and a youth in connection with a firearms investigation.... Read more
Almost 1,000 different groups around Saskatchewan are benefiting from more than $2 million in charitable gaming grants. Each quarter, 25 per cent of all net proceeds from SLGA-licenced charitable gaming events like bingos and raffles are shared with community groups and organizations. This quarter... Read more
Mandatory fire sprinkler systems in new residential builds and the Arcola Avenue corridor study are some of the items on Regina City Council’s agenda for its Wednesday afternoon meeting.
A commissioner with the U.S. communications regulator is asking Apple and Google to consider banning TikTok from their app stores over data security concerns related to the Chinese-owned company.
The Regina Police Service and the Saskatchewan Coroners Service are investigating the death of a male found early Wednesday morning on the 1200 block of Rae Street.
An investigation is ongoing into the death of a person discovered early Wednesday morning.... Read more
8:30- According to research done by the Angus Reid Institute, as the fear of COVD- 19 dissipates, only one-quarter of Canadians believe that their province is doing a good job when it comes to managing health care. This statistic is the lowest seen in eight years. Dr. Shawn Whatley... Read more
Judy King and Mitch Empey say they are disturbed by how far people will go to take advantage of vulnerable people. Their father, 88-year-old Harold Empey, is out $2,500 after the siblings claim he was lured out of his retirement complex in Saskatoon and into waiting cabs, where he was driven to a... Read more
Regina police are securing a scene in the 1200 block of Rae Street as of 6:30 a.m. CST Wednesday, after they found a man's body.
As school wraps up for the year, students of all ages said they’re glad to see the year behind them and summer plans unfolding ahead. Matthew James Hutcheson just finished Grade 1 at Buena Vista School in Saskatoon. His mom, Marie, said the year went well, considering all the things they were... Read more
A former Saskatchewan Party MLA previously involved in the Wexit movement is undertaking a tour with a sitting MLA to discuss what they believe are intrusions by the federal government.... Read more
Cody Fajardo is taking a beating. On top of that, he is being pounded by snorting, salivating... Read more
A death investigation is underway after a man’s body was found on the 1200 block of Rae Street early Wednesday morning, Regina Police Service (RPS) said in a release.
A 36-year-old man was not hurt after he was approached by a man with a knife and robbed of his groceries south of downtown on Monday, the Regina Police Service (RPS) said in a release.
Sovereignty: The power of a country to control its own government, says the Oxford English dictionary.... Read more
We all know that electricity plays a vital role in our society and our daily lives. Around the world, and here in Canada, our aging energy production and distribution systems are increasingly vulnerable to a wide variety of natural and human caused disruptions.... Read more
Jorde Chartrand's new softball team carries an air of distinction as it travels the country.... Read more
Misha Kovarsky is reflecting on where he came from, as he gets ready to live his dream.... Read more
The new leader of the Saskatchewan NDP has vowed to "take back the province" with an election win in 2024, but the task is "huge," according to a Saskatchewan political scientist.
More than half of all domestic flights from some of Canada's major airports are being cancelled or delayed, recent data has shown.
Saskatchewan's Information and Privacy Commissioner says "the time has come" for the development of a digital identification in the province.
Planned Parenthood Regina has been without a location since the beginning of May. Its absence has left a hole in sexual health services in the city.
Arrangements are being made for Saskatchewan residential school survivors who wish to attend the papal visit in Edmonton next month.
Fallen R&B superstar R. Kelly was sentenced to 30 years in prison Wednesday for using his fame to subject young fans - some just children - to systematic sexual abuse.