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Things took a scary turn when a mother and child in a canoe were swept out to the island of Eliason in northern Saskatchewan.
'I will fight as long as I can fight': Sask. man with cystic fibrosis receives double lung transplant
A Regina man who has been living with cystic fibrosis for years underwent a double lung transplant last month, giving him a second chance at life.
Both Saskatoon’s public and catholic school divisions are mandating masks in grades 4 to 12 in situations where physical distancing isn’t possible. Some private schools are following suit.
Rock the River is moving inland this summer due to the pandemic.
Campaigning for the mayor’s position in the 2020 civic election has begun in Prince Albert.
SEIU-West members protest in Saskatoon, seeking 'substantive' contract for workers 'who bent the infection rate of COVID-19'
SEIU-West members demonstrated outside health care facilities in Saskatoon on Wednesday.
Michael Linklater, known for his professional basketball career internationally and with the Saskatchewan Rattlers, is challenging a decision by Thunderchild First Nation after he was removed from his position as a band councillor in July.
RCMP have closed the southbound lanes of Highway 11 following a serious crash south of Saskatoon.
Saskatoon Public Library is moving to Stage 3 of its reopening plan, with libraries reopening in multiple phases.
Saskatchewan Rattlers fans can save 12 per cent on 2021 season tickets through Aug. 23, the team announced Wednesday.
Masks will now be required for grades 4-12, recommended for younger students: Saskatoon Public Schools
Following the provinces announcement that school divisions now have the option of requiring mask use, Saskatoon Public Schools has adjusted its back-to-school plan.
The Government of Saskatchewan reported five new cases of COVID-19 on Wednesday.
At a first court appearance in Red Deer, Alta., on Wednesday, a man charged with first-degree murder said he doesn't remember allegedly attacking and killing a local doctor two days earlier.
We’ve still got warm temperatures, but the chance of some thunderstorms will cool things down a bit after a heat wave.
'How Canadian is she?' Probably more than you think, say Kamala Harris' one-time Montreal classmates
Kamala Harris may not say she has fond memories of Canada—but the more important question could be how much she learned about it while living here as a teenager.
The Saskatoon Fire Department (SFD) is warning about the dangers of being in the river after two people were found floating on a log going down stream.
'They’re being pretty wishy washy': Sask. government leaves mandatory mask policies up to school divisions
The Ministry of Education released guidelines for schools in the province wanting to make masks mandatory, but is leaving it up to individual school divisions to decide whether or not to implement them.