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The premiers of Saskatchewan and New Brunswick joined Conservative leader Andrew Scheer on a panel of speakers at the event held to draw attention to legislation that would overhaul how major energy projects are reviewed.
PRINCE ALBERT, Sask. - Zach Wytinck scored the winner at 3:06 of overtime as the Brandon Wheat Kings upset the league-leading Prince Albert Raiders 5-4 on Friday in Western Hockey League action.
The Saskatoon Food Bank said roughly 20,000 people use its services each month.
In the latest edition of Minute at the Movies, Todd James reviews “Alita: Battle Angel” and “Isn’t it Romantic.”
Environment Minister Dustic Duncan says the province will seek public input to bridge the gap between hunters and rural landowners.
Saskatchewan’s trespass laws have hunters worried about accessing land. The province believes there’s a solution, but don’t know what ti looks like. Cami Kepke reports.
A professor specializing in constitutional law says climate change will likely not play into the final decision on Saskatchewan’s carbon tax reference case. David Baxter reports.
A professor specializing in constitutional law says climate change will likely not play into the final decision on Saskatchewan's carbon tax reference case.
The extreme cold weather combined with snow-packed streets have created dangerous driving conditions in Regina this past week. Marney Blunt reports
The extreme cold weather combined with snow-packed streets have created dangerous driving conditions in Regina this past week.
SaskPower announced the first wave of approved projects under their Power Generation Partner Program, which includes 23 small solar projects.
Brett Lauther and Naaman Roosevelt have re-signed with the Saskatchewan Roughriders through the 2019 season.
Saskatchewan Premier Scott Moe said he is committed to implementing the recommendations to tighten the code of conduct over vendor-sponsored travel.
Saskatchewan conservation officers said they bought more than 200 walleye from two men that were caught in Canoe Lake, Sask.
An extreme cold warning for most of southern and central Saskatchewan has now ended.
When it comes to decriminalizing all drugs, Canadians aren't quite there yet, says the executive director of the Angus Reid Institute.
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