With the COVID-19 pandemic, there are no minor hokey league games allowed in Saskatchewan.
It's been a month since Saskatchewan Health Minister Jim Reiter has attended a COVID-19 news conference, prompting Reiter's main opponent in the legislature to question the minister's leadership.
NEW YORK - Michael Cohen's memoir about President Donald Trump will be released Sept. 8 by Skyhorse Publishing, which confirmed the news Thursday to The Associated Press. The book is called "Disloyal: The True Story of the Former Personal Attorney to President Donald J. Trump." "'Disloyal' is the... Read more
"I have donated over 600 pounds of food and aiming to get to 2000 pounds by end of the season," RPIRG Green Patch Coordinator, Tayep Ahmed said.
A former band councillor for a Saskatchewan First Nation is questioning whether his charter rights were infringed upon after he was removed from office.
Saskatoon Mayor Charlie Clark took to social media Thursday afternoon echoing calls from Regina Mayor Michael Fougere for consistent mask rules across the province.
Michael Linklater was ousted as councillor for Thunderchild First Nation because he doesn’t live on the reserve.
RCMP are searching for two suspects after what began as an armed robbery in Esterhazy, Sask., ended with a pickup truck repeatedly ramming a gas station.
OTTAWA - The federal government has set up a task force to help Canadian citizens and permanent residents get home from Lebanon following last week's devastating explosion in Beirut. The government says the task force will support the delivery of consular services to those... Read more
Some Saskatchewan teachers are pressing for collective action to refuse working under what they fear are inadequate measures to prevent COVID-19 transmission in the classroom.... Read more
Saskatchewan appears to be in the middle of a building boom, but context is important, according to the province's two largest home builders' associations.... Read more
A 40-year-old man charged in connection with an alleged race-based attack on a 15-year-old boy in a Saskatoon park has pleaded not guilty to assault.... Read more
CNIB hasn’t let the COVID-19 pandemic stop it from hosting its annual Kid’s Camps this summer.
WATCH: Earlier this summer Regina rid itself of active COVID-19 cases. It’s since gone from zero to 40, making the city Saskatchewan’s current coronavirus hot spot. As Allison Bamford explains, city council is now pleading with the public to mask up.
NEW YORK - Prosecutors on Thursday disputed claims by lawyers for a British socialite that they are too slowly releasing evidence and improperly withholding the names of women who were abused by financier Jeffrey Epstein while they were children. In court papers, Manhattan prosecutors defended... Read more
WATCH: The protest camp in Wascana Park will remain for at least a few more weeks. As Kayleen Sawatzky reports, a hearing to deal with the government’s court order has been adjourned into September.
Severe storms across parts of southeastern Saskatchewan produced swift winds, massive hail and large amounts of rain Wednesday evening. Environment Canada issued a tornado warning late Wednesday afternoon near Francis, roughly 65 kilometres southeast of Regina. No tornadoes touched down, but... Read more
With an end date set for Tristen Durocher's occupation of a protest camp in Wascana Centre, lawyers for the province and the Provincial Capital Commission want a court decision on whether or not the camp has to move sooner rather than later.... Read more
Elle’s Café and Kitchen on 13 Avenue has been ready to open since July 1. The only hold up is the wait for phase three power from SaskPower.
Normally the end of the summer season is marked with dogs taking a dip in Mayfair outdoor pool-thanks to the COVID-19 pandemic, it’s cancelled. The City of Saskatoon announced the cancellation Thursday afternoon. “Mayfair outdoor pool has remained closed for the 2020 season and an... Read more
The Sheepdogs have played on rooftops before.... Read more
The last few weekends of the summer are here so you might as well make use of them. If the COVID-19 pandemic has you scant for ideas here are a few suggestions.... Read more
GREENSBORO, N.C. - Canada's Roger Sloan is tied for the lead after he shot a career-low 62 in the first round of the PGA Tour's Wyndham Championship on Thursday. Sloan's previous best round on the top tour was a 64 at last year's Mayakoba Golf Classic in Mexico. At 8 under, the Merritt, B... Read more
Fernando Alonso crashed in the final hour of Thursday's practice session in a setback for his Indianapolis 500 venture. Alonso crashed in Turn 4 when his Arrow McLaren SP Chevrolet dipped onto the concrete portion of the apron at Indianapolis Motor Speedway and sent the Spaniard into the retaining... Read more
Long-standing plans to redevelop a portion of the former city bus barns in south Caswell Hill have been postponed due to the COVID-19 pandemic.... Read more
NORTH BERWICK, Scotland - Danielle Kang started her bid for a third straight win on the LPGA Tour with an even-par 71 in the first round of the Ladies Scottish Open on Thursday, leaving the American four shots off the clubhouse lead held by Nicole Broch Larsen. The American golfer bounced back from... Read more
A coffee shop owner with a background in conservative politics and a lobbyist with a powerful local industry association are the latest to announce their candidacies for city council seats in the upcoming municipal election.... Read more
OTTAWA - A timeline of events regarding the Canada Student Service Grant program, based on public documents, events and statements from cabinet ministers, government officials, and WE Charity: March 6, 2020: WE Charity staff prepare a concept paper on service learning for public servants at... Read more
TORONTO - Two days after making an NHL-record 85 saves in a five-overtime loss, Joonas Korpisalo stopped 36 more shots to help the Columbus Blue Jackets beat the Tampa Bay Lightning 3-1 on Thursday to even the series at a game apiece. Ryan Murray and Oliver Bjorkstrand scored in the first period... Read more
Saskatoon police arrested a man and woman Thursday following an early morning chase that ended in a farmyard. Just before 1 a.m. officers saw a stolen vehicle near 11th Street West and Highway 7, police said in a media release. When officers attempted to stop the vehicle the driver went to Highway... Read more
VANCOUVER - A new study from the University of British Columbia suggests the COVID-19 pandemic may be motivating more parents to get their children a seasonal flu vaccine. Published in the Journal of Pediatrics last week, the study surveyed 3,000 families from Canada, the United States, Japan... Read more
NEW YORK - All major league players, managers, coaches and umpires will wear a patch on Sunday to celebrate the 100th anniversary of the founding of the Negro Leagues. The logo on the patch will be a derivative of the official logo created by the Negro Leagues Baseball Museum. The logo also will be... Read more
India Night in Regina is being postponed until Oct. 2, 2021 due to safety concerns surrounding the coronavirus pandemic.
The Winnipeg Jets began this season in scramble mode. Dustin Byfuglien not reporting to training camp with two years remaining on a multi-million-dollar contract was the kickoff to Winnipeg's dramatic season. The hulking defenceman's contract on the books until its mutual... Read more
TORONTO - Canada's three Major League Soccer teams will continue their regular season north of the border, playing each other three times in the first phase of the league's revamped schedule. With the border closed to all but essential travel due to the global pandemic, the league is... Read more
OTTAWA - A long-stalled addition to the Chateau Laurier is closer to being built following an agreement between the historic hotel's owners and a heritage group that fought initial plans. Heritage Ottawa says a new design for the addition would preserve a picturesque view of the landmark's rear... Read more
Ever since the Saskatchewan Party government announced its back-to-school plan, there has been plenty of concern expressed by teachers and parents. Many say the plan doesn’t do enough to address classroom safety while we are still in a pandemic. NDP Leader Ryan Meili says Education Minister... Read more
Firefighters and emergency workers prepared for a vicious storm while battling a massive wildfire on the doorstep of the northwestern Ontario community of Red Lake on Thursday. The municipality has been almost entirely evacuated this week, with about 4,000 residents dispersed to numerous... Read more
Due to COVID-19, the 2020 high school football season will not begin any earlier than the final week of September.... Read more
WASHINGTON - A Justice Department investigation has found Yale University is illegally discriminating against Asian American and white applicants, in violation of federal civil rights law, officials said Thursday. Yale denied the allegation, calling it "meritless" and "hasty." The findings detailed... Read more