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An inmate who escaped from the minimum security unit Saskatchewan Penitentiary earlier this week is back in custody.
The city of Weyburn is currently under a boil water advisory.
The Moose Jaw Police Service will now be able to better assist people who are dealing with a mental health crisis.
A Moose Jaw couple’s destination wedding will go ahead as planned after the airline received full payment for the trip.
The Court of Queen’s Bench has upheld the majority of the Saskatchewan Building and Accessibility Standards Appeal Board’s earlier Capital Pointe decision, agreeing that the site is safe and there is nothing wrong with the options the board gave to the developer.
The Canadian Football League will add an extra official to the field for the rest of the playoffs to watch for any blows delivered to the head or neck of a quarterback.
The National Lacrosse League has officially cancelled the first two weeks of the regular season.
Seven months have passed since the Humboldt Broncos bus crash devastated the province, the country and the world — and truck driving regulations remain the same. Industry representatives, government officials and those closest to the crash agree it’s time for that to change.
A Saskatchewan government survey on trespassing suggests 65 per cent of respondents say people should ask landowners for permission before they go onto private land.
Forced sterilizations of Indigenous women are reprehensible and must immediately be stopped, says Assembly of First Nations National Chief Perry Bellegarde.
A warrant has been issued for the arrest of a man who escaped the minimum security unit at Saskatchewan Penitentiary.
With just over two weeks to go, there is still no word on whether or not the Saskatchewan Rush will kick off their season on time, as labour talks continue between the league and the players association.
Canadian police have not seen a spike in cannabis-impaired driving one month since legalization, but there needs to be more awareness of laws around storing marijuana in vehicles and passengers smoking weed, law enforcement officials say.
A group of women in Grenfell is doing their part to help women around the world.
A Moose Jaw bride-to-be says her upcoming nuptials are up in the air, after issues with travel companies have put the entire wedding in jeopardy.
Students at Greenall High School recognize that bullying and cyberbullying are an issue, but after gathering for a SaskTel I Am Stronger Rally, they are hoping to use social media to bring about positive change.
Canada Post has issued what it calls a "time-limited" contract offer to its employees in hopes of ending rotating strikes that have created a historic backlog of undelivered parcels.
Evraz Place is in the early stages of deciding whether renovate current facilities or rebuild completely.
Police are investigating after a man was found dead at his home on the Little Black Bear First Nation.
An inmate who escaped from the Okimaw Ohci Healing Lodge, a multi-level security federal facility near Maple Creek, has been found.