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Calgary-based Western Energy Services and Great Western Tong Services of Virden, Man., pleaded guilty to workplace safety violations in Saskatchewan.
Four people are facing charges after an RCMP officer had to leap out of the way to avoid being hit by a vehicle last week.
In the battle to reclaim the title of ‘world’s tallest moose’ Mac has weighed in, granting permission to restore his former glory. Katelyn Wilson has the story.
In a statement read on his behalf by Moose Jaw Mayor Fraser Tolmie, Mac has "granted permission" to be restored to his former glory. Saying "when you mess with the moose you get the antlers."
The country's transportation ministers have agreed to develop an entry-level training standard for semi-truck drivers nationwide.
Global News at 6 is at different locations around Saskatchewan to see how the first day of marijuana legalization is going around the province
Brendon Kozack from Villains Strength & Conditioning talks about the importance of sleep and tips to keep your New Year’s fitness resolutions on track.