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RCMP have laid impaired-driving charges related to a fatal ATV collision that took place in 2017 near a Lanigan high school.
A study is recommending a new arena be built in downtown Saskatoon to replace SaskTel Centre and TCU Place. Wendy Winiewski with the details.
Gerald Stanley did not appear in a North Battleford courtroom Monday to answer to unsafe storage of firearms charges, though he was not required to be present. Ryan Kessler reports on who did attend and what’s next in the court case.
Public debt related to the Global Transportation Hub has grown by $11 million from the 2017/18 budget projection.
For the first time in five-years, fans are able to purchase Rider season tickets without being on a wait-list.
A study is recommending a new arena be built in downtown Saskatoon to replace SaskTel Centre and TCU Place.
Premier Scott Moe says a rash of drug overdoses is an issue both the provincial government and the Saskatchewan NDP can work on together.
Mon, Mar 19: Weyburn Police warned residents on social media about the possibility of fentanyl-laced cocaine. Police are offering drug amnesty for anyone wanting to turn in suspected cocaine.
White Butte RCMP are asking the public to avoid going near Highway #6 on a grid road north of Regina after receiving complaints of a sudden death.
The FSIN and the Canadian Light Source have renewed a partnership to teach Indigenous youth about science.
Extra police officers were on duty focusing on impaired driving at two check stops in Prince Albert this past weekend.
Flurries for the final day of winter, snowstorm in Saskatoon’s weather forecast for the first few days of spring. Meteorologist Peter Quinlan has the latest.
Police say three people accused of assaulting a man at a home in Denare Beach should be considered armed and dangerous.
Flurries for the final day of winter, snowstorm in Saskatoon's weather forecast for the first few days of spring.
“Every day, across our province, social workers support individuals, families and communities to seek and experience positive change,” Social Services Minister Paul Merriman said. “Social Work Week is our chance to take the time to appreciate what social workers do for the people of Saskatchewan, and also to recognize the value of social work as a profession.”
The Saskatchewan Advantage Innovation Fund (SAIF) started accepting expressions of interest (EOI) on March 19 for its final intake of 2018.
The Saskatchewan government approved $142.6 million in late year spending to fund the health, highways and justice ministries through the remainder of the fiscal year.
The Toronto Rock have send a conditional draft pick to Saskatchewan Rush in exchange for forward Dan Taylor.
With distracted driving being the number-one cause of traffic collisions in Saskatchewan, the Regina Police Service (RPS) has partnered with Regina Transit and SGI to conduct Operation Bus Cop, which begins this week.