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'We deserve better:' Family of Colten Boushie calls for United Nations to study systemic racism in Canada
Family members of Colten Boushie delivered a fiery call for justice at the international table today, as they called for the United Nations to undertake a study systemic racism against Indigenous people in Canada’s judicial and legal systems.
Saskatchewan’s children’s hospital is set to open its doors next year, but as of now the government is short on its goal for full-time pediatricians.
A Regina group opposed to businesses being built in Wascana Park is taking its protest to the Conexus annual general meeting.
The Government of Saskatchewan is expanding its take home naxolone kit program.
The Regina taxi driver who was stabbed multiple times last Friday remains in intensive care.
The six metre long hockey stick now sits outside the Rath Eastlink Community Centre in Truro.
SaskPower is warning that scammers are targeting people in the province, threatening to cut off service if a payment is not immediately made on the spot.
Adam Hunter is at the Saskatchewan Legislature and will be tweeting live from question period during Wednesday's proceedings.
Hundreds of volunteers will put together a snapshot Wednesday of homelessness in Regina, Saskatoon and Prince Albert.
The project is meant to keep gravel trucks and other commercial vehicles off the city's key arteries like Circle Drive North.
Maxime Bernier has agreed to pull from distribution his controversial book accusing Andrew Scheer of winning the Conservative party leadership with the help of "fake Conservatives," CBC News has learned.
Fortress Real Developments says Westgate Properties, owner of 1971 Albert Street in Regina, filed an appeal Tuesday after the city issued a legal order to fill the site.
A fine levied against the Big River First Nation has been upped to $100,000 from $10,000 after a Crown appeal.
More details on a high-profile benefit concert for the Humboldt Broncos will be released Wednesday morning.
The Bank of Canada decided to keep its benchmark interest rate right where it is on Wednesday.
The funeral for Dayna Brons, the athletic therapist for the Humboldt Broncos, will be held in Humboldt on Wednesday morning.
The president of the University of Regina Faculty Association is slamming the institution's decision to install cameras into final exam rooms, in an effort to combat cheating.
More than 99 per cent of Saskatchewan residents have "no fault" insurance, which could preclude them from suing for pain and suffering damages if they were in an accident.
Flames and smoke were seen shooting from a multi-unit building on Lorne Avenue and Circle Drive Wednesday morning.
One of the first people on the scene of the Humboldt Broncos bus crash has new ink in memory of the team.