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Tenants of an apartment building on Cornwall Street are fed up, after Hotel Saskatchewan installed a temporary air conditioning unit at the back of its building.
Police in Saskatchewan are searching for three "dangerous" youths who escaped a remand facility.
There are more than 200 Airbnb listings in the city of Regina, but according to the city — most aren’t properly registered.
The Humboldt Broncos will open their season this fall in front of a national audience.
A pedestrian was seriously injured in a hit and run early Thursday morning.
The tipi and protest camp in front of the Saskatchewan legislature has been restored, and First Nation chiefs from across the province are standing with the protesters.
More than 700 evacuees are still out of their homes as a wildfire continues to burn near Southend, Sask.
The Saskatchewan Government and General Employees Union is calling for a province-wide strike vote next month.
A Saskatoon family is being forced to move out of their city apartment after animal services found out about their pet raccoon Dennis.
An anti-LGBTQ activist, wanted on a Canada-wide warrant for inciting hatred in Toronto, has turned himself in to police in Calgary on Friday morning.
The Indian Head RCMP says Highway 617 is blocked about a half kilometre south of Wolseley by a collision.
Details are still limited after a fire tore through a warehouse building in Yorkton on Thursday night.
Vancouver police say there's a new twist on a Canada Revenue Agency scam they've been warning the public about and the swindle involves being arrested.
Less than a week after police and government officials ordered the removal of the Justice for Our Stolen Children camp, the tipi is being put back up.
RCMP are investigating two suspected drug overdoses this week involving young men in a small western Saskatchewan town.
The new Souls Harbour building is well under construction and is set to open December of this year.
Downtown Regina echoed with music, as more than 1,000 people participated in National Indigenous Peoples Day on Thursday.
Defence lawyers for the La Loche shooter claim the judge ignored evidence of fetal alcohol syndrome, cognitive issues and Gladue factors when she handed down an adult sentence to the now 20-year-old man.
Dozens of people marked National Indigenous Peoples Day by returning to the site of the Justice for Our Stolen Children camp in front of the legislative building.
The RCMP is looking for more information about a suspicious man who allegedly approached a young girl in Carlyle on Wednesday.