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Warmest days of October stick around in Saskatoon’s weather forecast for awhile as winds pick up.
Saskatoon’s Court of Queen’s Bench closed Wednesday after a fire in the elevator room.
The company purchased North Battleford CannabisCo on condition that that North Battleford CannabisCo starts operation as a licensed cannabis retailer and receives all required approvals.
Warmest days of October stick around in Saskatoon's weather forecast for awhile as winds pick up.
An alleged truck thief had to be taken to hospital for treatment of a dog bite after police said he resisted arrest.
Gov. Gen. Julie Payette will visit the Humboldt Broncos Memorial Exhibit as part of her three-day trip to Saskatchewan.
Prince Albert police have charged a 42-year-old man after a weapon complaint at an apartment building early Wednesday morning.
Dr. Julie Kryzanowski, the chief medical officer for Saskatoon, explains some of the concerns the Saskatchewan Health Authority has with the legalization of cannabis.
Faith Bodnar from the Canadian Mental Health Associations says cannabis legalization marks the beginning of an opportunity to better understand marijuana from a recreational and medical point of view.
Fire & Flower Cannabis vice-president Nadia Vattovaz discusses the new retail stores the company is opening in Saskatchewan and why they are focusing on education.
Saskatchewan's cannabis stores are in charge of securing their own supply from producers, putting up opening road blocks for some stores.
Toronto Maple Leafs head coach Mike Babcock explains why he became the ambassador for the Jim Pattison Children’s Hospital under construction in Saskatoon.
Brett Leason had two goals and two assists as the Prince Albert Raiders downed the Calgary Hitmen 8-4.
Saskatchewan Roughriders' Charleston Hughes has been charged with impaired driving and failing to provide a breath sample for analysis.
Peter MacKinnon has previously served as the president and vice-chancellor at the University of Saskatchewan but has Maritime roots, having grown up in Prince Edward Island.
If you live in Saskatchewan here is what you need to know about cannabis legalization.
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Here's a province-by-province list of government-run, private and online outlets where you can get your hands on some bud.
At midnight, the dawn of a new era beckons in Canada.
A decision is expected Wednesday about whether a murder confession to undercover police by Joseph Caissie in the death of Carol King be applied to the trial proper.