SGI Canada reported a $65.2 million profit for 2016-17 with $738.9 million in premiums.
Many areas of Saskatchewan remain very dry, and crop conditions continue to decline due to hot temperatures and lack of rain, according to the latest weekly provincial crop report.
Health officials in southeastern Saskatchewan say mosquitoes have tested positive for West Nile virus.
The new Balgonie overpass is set to open to traffic early next week.
A Regina man is facing child pornography charges after an investigation that lasted more than a year.
Much needed rain is needed in many parts of Saskatchewan to replenish rapidly deteriorating topsoil conditions.
A Regina man is facing charges after being accused of making child pornography available on a peer-to-peer sharing network.
Saskatchewan bucked a national trend toward increased spending in the second quarter of 2017, according to one of Canada's debit and credit payment processors.
The Regina Fire Department responded to a flaming rail car by the Evraz Steel Mill on Wednesday morning.
Algae blooms may be forming quickly in Saskatchewan due to the recent streak of warm weather.
A terminal cancer patient in Saskatchewan believes his choice to be treated using traditional Indigenous medicines rather than chemotherapy was initially disrespected by a specialist in the province.
In the wake of a tragic Canada Day crash outside of Melville, Sask., which claimed the lives of three people, area residents are concerned about the safety of the roadway.
O.J. Simpson's lawyer has read a letter from his client to a Nevada lawmaker thanking him for providing educational materials to the prison where the former football star has been housed for nearly nine years.
Parks Canada has closed off a Saskatchewan national park's remote prairie dog colony to the public after a prairie dog from the area tested positive for sylvatic plague — the same bacteria that causes the bubonic and pneumonic plague in humans.
Chris Jones doesn’t mince words. “Somebody was watching,” he said Wednesday.
Wed, Jul 19: Regina police are investigating after the manager of the Omni Surgery Centre received a threatening voicemail, followed by a series of vandalism incidents. As Marney Blunt tells us, it’s caused the centre to enhance their security system — for their own safety.
Wed, Jul 19: The annual premiers’ meeting in Edmonton has wrapped up, and a big topic of conversation was NAFTA. South of the border, President Donald Trump has long promised to tear up or renegotiate the North American Free Trade Agreement. We now know when those renegotiation talks will begin. David Baxter now with more...
Wed, Jul 19: SaskPower keeps the lights on — most of the time — and holds billions of dollars in assets. But where does Saskatchewan sit, as much of the rest of the world turns to more renewable resources? Jules Knox takes a closer look at the people’s power company.
No birthday is complete without a party, and members of the Regina Police Service celebrated the force’s 125th anniversary with hundreds of their closest friends.
Two Regina police officers have had a lawsuit filed against them after an alleged incident last year.