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A cold front kicks out heat and brings wind and a risk of storms to Saskatoon's weather forecast this weekend.
A youth was taken to hospital by STARS Air Ambulance on Thursday night, after horses pulling a wagon were spooked in the Round Lake area.
Humboldt Broncos spokesman Grant Bastedo said no decision has been made on a potential roadside marker.
Officers located a 30-year-old man suffering from multiple stab wounds in Saskatoon’s Eastview neighbourhood.
Canada is not immune to 'Fake News' and we all must be aware of that.
Fiona Odlum is joined by guests to talk about the day of inclusion on Saturday, and a celebration of 50 years of Special Olympics.
Jackie Wilson and Jasmin Brown, who is with BDO First Call Debt Solutions, on how to keep your summertime spending under control.
Shirley Dodds and Karen Linsley on the dragon boat races happening this weekend on the South Saskatchewan River. Money raised by the festival goes to the Children’s Wish Foundation and Ronald McDonald House.
Global Saskatoon features a viewer submitted photo for Your Saskatchewan daily on Global News at 6 and Global News at 10.
The deal will see a large increase in the personal limits for alcohol and beer in provinces such as New Brunswick, while others like Alberta and Manitoba currently have no limits.
For the fifth game in a row dating back to 2016, the Saskatchewan Roughriders got the better of the Hamilton Tiger-Cats.
It's alleged a Saskatchewan man became combative with Ontario officers and they used their conductive energy weapons to control him.
Baby Leo has a condition known as epidermolysis bullosa, which causes his skin to blister and tear.
Saskatchewan Agriculture’s Shannon Friesen describes current moisture conditions and what it means for crops.
This week’s edition of Your Agriculture features an update on top soil conditions in Saskatchewan and a look at Ag in Motion.
A Saskatoon mother is calling on the Saskatchewan government to provide medical supplies to her son with a rare condition.
The City of Calgary has launched legal action against Concept Electric Ltd., which has filed for receivership. Global’s Tomasia DaSilva has more.
The Thursday, July 19, 2018 edition of Global News at 6 on Global Saskatoon
The Saskatchewan Ministry of Energy and Resources confirms the likely source of the mysterious odour experienced in Unity, Sask., in January.
About 500 employees across Alberta and Saskatchewan are affected by the closure of Calgary-based company Concept Electric Ltd.