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Two players are each making a solid case to fill the hole at middle linebacker as the Saskatchewan Roughriders continue training camp in Saskatoon. Ryan Flaherty reports.
Kristjan Pierone was charged with unlawful hunting after shooting a bull moose near a roadway in 2015.
After taking a 3.5 per cent pay cut last year, Saskatchewan's MLAs are back to making $96,183 per year as a base salary.
As affected residents continue to move, Health Minister Jim Retier says that recommendations are coming for the future direction of Pioneer Village.
While the world once felt like it was crumbling around her, Erin Rudd has found a life-changing support system in her service dog, Ancaster. “He gives me back life, the ability to do things I didn’t even realize I stopped doing,” Rudd said. The mother-of-two has had experienced worsening symptoms of cerebral palsy over the...
Following the western premier's meeting in Yellowknife, a there's no further sign a resolution to the Trans Mountain pipeline dispute will be reached.
‘We think we’re in decent shape.’: Sask. Ag Minister on passage of bill that may solve grain backlog
The Senate has passed a bill that, among other things, is aimed at preventing rail shipments of grain from getting backlogged again.
Five rural community hospitals are about to receive new X-ray equipment as they are being upgraded from film to digital images to support quicker diagnosis and improved patient care.
Calvin Pahl has been charged with impaired operation of a plane after crashing near Swift Current.
The Regina Police Service and the coroner's office is conducting a death investigation after an early-morning incident on May 23.
Alberta is drawing a diplomatic line in the sand at the Western Premiers' Conference in Yellowknife over the Trans Mountain pipeline.
A faulty cable caused a massive power outage in Regina on Tuesday night.
The Royal Saskatchewan Museum announced the completion of two major renovation projects in a May 23 news release.
Rosetown RCMP said the man allegedly asked one of the girls if she wanted candy and a ride home.
The armed youth is alleged to have forced someone from their North Battleford home to get money from a financial institution.
Danial Mitchell was charged after failing to heed several warnings that it is illegal to buy, trade, barter or sell wild meat in Saskatchewan.
Environment Canada issues heat warnings when very high temperature conditions are expected to pose an elevated risk of heat illness.
Ride Don’t Hide Regina – A cycling and walking event in support of Canadian Mental Health Association – Regina Branch. 5k, 30k, 100k rides and 5k walk with activities, entertainments, BBQ, and prize draws. Included in registration is a Ride Don’t Hide tech t-shirt. 12 & Under are free (option to purchase shirt for $12)....
Consumers will not see Saskatchewan's third tax provision directly at the till, but it will balance Canada's price for legal cannabis nationwide.
There is a concern legalized marijuana could lead to an increase in drowning deaths in Saskatchewan. Ryan Kessler reports.