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The Monday, January 15, 2017 edition of Global News at 6 on Global Saskatoon
One Saskatoon landlord is hoping the city will side with him, to have all sidewalk snow removal in the downtown core done by a private contractor.
"After you pass out, you take a great big inhalation of air so because he was under the water he just inhaled a massive amount of water and never came up," explained Nolan Royer's Mom, Jodie Lonsberry, with tear-filled eyes.
Alberta and Saskatchewan have a date for a joint meeting to resolve a licence-plate dispute.
Extreme cold is heading out of Saskatoon’s weather forecast with a big warm up on the way for the work week. Meteorologist Peter Quinlan explains.
Cheyenne Antoine pleads guilty to manslaughter in the 2015 death of Brittney Gargol.
The SABEX Awards program is Saskatoon’s premier business awards program, and honours businesses in our community that exemplify high performance, quality and achievement across several award categories.
Environment Canada forecasters are relying on weather radar from outside of Saskatchewan to keep an eye on the sky.
Extreme cold is heading out of Saskatoon's weather forecast with a big warm up on the way for the work week.
Take a pinch of lyrical sweetness and optimism, add a smattering of road weary darkness and serve it up live like it’s your last night on Earth and you’ll have an inkling of the Canadian contemporary roots outfit known simply as WiL. Coined by press as “the best acoustic guitar player ever”, WiL is the...
Three people are alleged to have tied a man to a chair and beaten him at a Saskatoon home.
Global Saskatoon features a viewer submitted photo for Your Saskatchewan daily on Global News at 6 and Global News at 10.
Ground-breaking research at the Canadian Light Source may have found a way of converting carbon dioxide into plastic.
The emerald ash borer, which is deadly to all ash trees, has been designated an insect pest by the Saskatchewan government.
A public lecture being held in Saskatoon on Wednesday will explore some of the lessons learned from the Lac Megantic tragedy.
Councillors in La Ronge support restrictions on alcohol sales, but need more time to consult before implementing new policies.
The International Minerals Innovation Institute is holding a demo day to showcase innovations in the Saskatchewan mining industry.
The Friends of the Library Bookshop cleared out is inventory this weekend, with funds going right back to the Saskatoon Public Library. Rebekah Lesko with the details.
A Girls Learning Code workshop on Sunday in Saskatoon aimed to introduce girls to coding through graphic design. Rebekah Lesko reports.
Environment Canada has continued an extreme cold warning for most of eastern Canada but relief is on the way from the cold snap.